Jane Rendell

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  • September 25th, 2020
    Spring-Summer 2020

    During the COVID19 lockdown in the UK Jonathan Green from Blueprint on Australian ABC Radio interviewed me about my book The Architecture of Psychoanalysis and we discussed how spaces of analysis have changed in response to the pandemic crisis. 

    I was really happy when in spring colleagues Michal Murawski and David Roberts asked me to contribute to their fantastic online portal piramMMMida, a project which engages power, planet, and plague, and curated by Denis Maksimov, Masha Mileeva, Michal Murawski, and David Roberts. It gave me the chance to share a new visual work, Seven Studies for ‘A Holding’, (23 March–31 May 2020).

    In early summer Lili Zarzycki invited me to write a new essay for the Architectural Review’s special issue on criticism. I contributed ‘Marginal modes: Positions-of-architecture-writing’, a piece which explores my current interest in auto-theoretical writing, and criticism that blends fact and fiction.