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Procedural Architecture

 

Start by thinking of architecture as a tentative constructing toward a holding in place. Architecture's holding in place occurs within and as part of a prevailing atmospheric condition that others routinely call biosphere but which we, feeling the need to stress its dynamic nature, have renamed bioscleave.

Architectural Body

Madeline Gins and Arakawa

 

Working Notes/Holding in Place

Entanglement of Matter and Meaning

 

Intertwining Metamorphoses

Germano Celant

Giuseppe Penone

 

Diffractions : Differences, Contingencies, and Entanglements That Matter

Meeting The Universe Halfway

Quantum physics and the entanglement of matter and meaning

Karen Barad

 

Art and Technics

Lewis Mumford

 

James Turrell

Aten Reign

Miwon Kwon

 

Under The Volcano

Carmen Gimenez

 

Kees Goudzwaard

Assemblage

Pinholes and Dust

Grisaille

Transparent Body

 

Robert Mangold

Column Structure Paintings

 

Frank Stella Architecture

Architecture as a means towards creating space

 

The Optical Unconscious

To throw its net over the whole of the external world in order to enter it into consciousness. To think it

Rosalind Krauss

 

Postproduction

Nicolas Bourriaud

 

 

Body

Personal Relations

Spatial Values

Yi-Fu Tuan

 

 

Wayfinding/Movements through accumulated research

Running scripts, enactments, instances, involvements

Collaborative texts, complexity, emergent, discursive

 

From The Bookcase to The Field Table : Landing Sites of Inquiry

 

 

Camouflage

Neil Leach

For Benjamin, the twentieth century is an age of alienation. Human beings are no longer 'cocooned' within their dwelling spaces. Architectural spaces are no longer reflections of the human spirit. Something has been lost.

Mimesis, 19.

 

New Concepts of Architecture

Existence, Space and Architecture

Christian Norberg-Schulz

A child 'concretizes' its existential space.

 

A Philosophy of Emptiness

Gay Watson

Artistic Emptiness

Everything flows, nothing remains.

Heraclitus

 

Rethinking Architecture

Neil Leach

Figure 1, Sketch by Jacques Derrida for Choral Work project. 343

Foucault, Figure 2 Bentham's Panopticon (1791). 360

Page laid in, The Atrocity Exhibition by J. G. Ballard, new revised edition,annotations, commentary, illustrations and photos.

 

Tracing Eisaenman

Plenum, juxtaposed to form/haptic values/body absences

Robert Mangold

Between moments of 'meaning' lie spaces or blanks of immediate experience. Such blanks are actuality. Usually the blank, the actuality, goes unnoticed because it works so efficiently to differentiate one meaningful event from another. Kubler discussed this in The Shape of Time.

Interactions of the Abstract Body

Josiah McElheny

Object Lesson/Heuristic Device

The term 'heuristic' is understood here to denote a method of addressing and solving problems that draws not on logic but on experience, learning and testing. In this regard stories and fictional narratives can be heuristic devices in acting as ideal models that are not to be emulated but which help to situate characters, actions and objects.

 

Space Between People

Degrees of virtualization

Mario Gerosa

 

Adaptive Architectural Design

Device-Apparatus

Place

Function

Adaptation

The second phase of project activity acknowledges that the proposal involves two sites; the landscape of settlement and the artifice of the factory. The design is intended to be a reflection of the conditions of each, so there was a need to work directly with the manufacturing process, at full scale, as early as possible. This would provide an immediate counterpoint to the earlier representations and a necessary part of exploring the manufacturing medium in the context of architectural design. 69

 

Building The Drawing

The Illegal Architect

Immaterial Architecture

Mark Cousins suggests that the discipline of architecture is weak because it involves not just objects but relations between subjects and objects. And if the discipline of architecture is weak, then so, too, is the practice of architects. Architecture must be immaterial and spatially porous, as well as solid and stable where necessary, and so should be the practice of architects.

Jonathan Hill

Index of immaterial architectures

 

Herzog and De Meuron

Natural History

Exhibiting Herzog and De Meuron

We are not out to fill the exhibition space in the usual manner and to adorn it with records of our architectonic work. Exhibitions of that kind just bore us, since their didactic value would be conveying false information regarding our architecture. People imagine that they can follow the process, from the sketch to the final, photographed work, but in reality nothing has really been understood, all that has happened is that records of an architectural reality have been added together.

 

My studio is a piece of architecture that is silent. The things of which it is made say all and at the same time nothing. Its strength lies in its demanding silence. A stern silence in order to permit works to occur. I imagine that a painting by Newman could be hung there.

 

The arrival of Beuys in a world that was gradually falling asleep amidst minimalism generated a kind of confusion that was truly excellent for opening up the mind. Comfort vanished, driven away by subversive complexity.

 

Speculative architecture

On the aesthetics of Herzog and De Meuron

 

Without opposition nothing is revealed,

no image appears in a clear mirror

if one side is not darkened

Jacob Bohme, De tribus principii (1619)

 

Reflections on a photographic medium

Memorial to the Unknown Photographer

Thomas Ruff's Newspaper Photos

Valeria Liebermann

 

Working Collages

Karl Blossfeldt

 

Sensing Spaces/Architecture Reimagined

Royal Academy of Arts

 

Anti Object

We are composed of matter and live in the midst of matter. Our objective should not be to renounce matter, but to search for a form of matter other than objects. What that form is called architecture, gardens, technology is not important.

Kengo Kuma

 

Body and Perception

The Phenomenon Of Place

Places at the Zero Point

The Box Man

Furnishing the Primitive Hut

An Architecture of the Seven Senses

 

Walter Pichler

Architect/Sculptor

 

The Thinking Hand

Existential and Embodied Wisdom in Architecture

Encounters

Architectural Essays

Identity, Intimacy and Domicile

Notes on the phenomenology of home

The Architecture of Image/Existential Space in Cinema

Lived space in Architecture and cinema

The Eyes Of The Skin/Architecture and the Senses

Juhani Pallasmaa

 

Atlas of Emotion

Journeys in Art, Architecture and Film

Giuliana Bruno

 

Questions Of Perception

Phenomenology Of Architecture

Steven Holl

Juhani Pallasmaa

Alberto Perez-Gomez

 

Materials and Meaning in Architecture

Essays on the Bodily Experience of Buildings

Nathaniel Coleman

 

 

Matter and Desire

An Erotic Ecology

Andreas Weber

 

 

Visualizing Feeling

Affect and the feminine avant-garde

Susan Best

 

Making/Anthropology,Archaeology/art and Architecture

Being Alive/Essays On Movement

Knowledge and Description

Tim Ingold

 

Thinking Through Craft

Glenn Adamson

 

The Ceramic Process

A manual and source of inspiration for ceramic art and design

European Ceramic Work Centre

 

A Hut Of One's Own

Ann Cline

 

Smithson, Alison and Peter

Solar Pavilion

Architecture is not made with the brain

Architectural Association

 

The Kunsthaus Bregenz as an Architecture of Art

The Conditioning of Perception

Multiplicity and Memory

Hortus Conclusus

Thinking Architecture

Peter Zumthor

 

Re-Shaping Learning

A Critical Reader

The Future of Learning Spaces in Post-Compulsory Education

Anne Boddington, Jos Boys

 

Hiding, Making, Showing, Creation

The Studio from Turner to Tacita Dean

Rachel Esner

 

Conversations With Strangers

Performing the broom and the bricoleur

Malcolm Doidge

 

 

Corpus

The Ground of the Image

Jean-Luc Nancy

 

Life Between Buildings/Parking Day Manifesto

 

Poststructuralism, a very short introduction

 

Mapping Intermediality in Performance/Intermedia Chart

Sarah Bay-Cheng

 

Liminality, a psychological, neurological, or metaphysical subjective, conscious state of being on the 'threshold' of or between two different existential planes.

 

Heidegger for Architects/Emotions Building Presence

Adam Sharr

 

The Visual Poetics of Jannis Kounellis

Suzanne Cotter, Andrew Nairne

 

Carlo Scarpa

Craft Intensive/Spaces, Vistas

Technical specifications of materials

 

Site-Specific Art/Tschumi, Robert Morris, Robert Smithson, Giuseppe Penone

Performance, Place and Documentation/Material Affects, Frames, Site, Spaces

What is the relationship between the visual arts and 'performativity'?

Nick Kaye

 

Wittgenstein, The Duty of Genius

Oren Lieberman/Spatial Practices/What does it Do?

These remarks show the unmistakable influence of Schopenhauer. In the World as Will and Representation, Schopenhauer discusses, in a remarkably similar way, a form of contempation in which we relinquish 'the ordinary way of considering things', and 'no longer consider the where, the when, the why, and the whither in things, but simply the what. 143

 

 

 

 

 

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