WRITINGS

I. Dissertation

Visual Poetics: Meaning Space from Mallarmé to Metalheart
Doctoral Thesis in Comparative Literature, Stanford University, 2004.

II. Recent Conference Papers

“5 Possible Machines of Truth and Knowledge” – on Digital Concept and Cultural Production in the Humboldt Forum project (Conference Paper for Digital Truth Making unpublished)

Paper delivered at: Digital Truth-Making: Ethnographic Perspectives on Practices, Infrastructures and Affordances of Truth-Making in Digital Societies 7-9 October 2020; 7th conference of the Section “Digitization in Everyday Life” of the German Association of Cultural Anthropology and Folklore Studies (dgv), Institute for European Ethnology & Centre for Anthropological Research on Museums and Heritage (CARMAH), Humboldt University of Berlin (Germany)

“Double Humboldt: Thoughts on a Digital Twinning for the Humboldt Forum”, in Konferenzband EVA BERLIN 2018 Electronic Media and Visual Arts, Nov. 2018

Digitally Remastering Worldviews: some Tasks for a Semantic Web, in Addendum to the Konferenzband EVA BERLIN 2017 Electronic Media and Visual Arts, Nov. 2017

“Media Strategies for the Humboldt Forum”, Bettina Probst, Nathalie Keurmeur, Alan Prohm, in Konferenzband EVA BERLIN 2015 Electronic Media and Visual Arts, Nov. 2016

III. Articles in Books and Catalogues

„Visual Poetries: Some Palette Analysis for the Renegade Anthology“ in Renegade: a collection of international visual poetry & language arts , ed. Andrew Topel (San Diego University Press, in publication)

“Cut Paper Thinker – a few Thoughts with Klaus Peter Dencker”, in Klaus Peter Dencker, Visuelle Poesie II, Bibliothek der Provinz, 2016.

“Building Body – Two Treatments on Landing Site Theory”, in The Funambulist Papers: Vol. 2 Body ed. Léopold Lambert , Punctum Books, forthcoming May 2015

“Aucun Retour Possible: an Event Logic of the Avant-Garde”
Transferts, appropriations et fonctions de l’avant-garde, Cahiers de la Nouvelle Europe no. 16, L’Harmattan, 2012.

“Architecture and Poetic Efficacy: Part 1 Architectural Poetics”
in Architecture and Philosophy: new views on the work of Arakawa and Madeline Gins, Rodopi, 2010.

“Resources for a Poetics of Visual Poetry”
in Orientations: Space/Time/Image/Word (Word & Image Interactions no. 5) Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2005.

III. Articles in Journals

From Literary Device to Architectural Procedure: on Arakawa and Gins and the Becoming-Architecture of Literary Method, in the Journal of Poetics Research, Sept. 2015

“Who is an urbanist”
Estonian Urbanists’ Review, U 13 – The Berlin Issue, Feb. 2013

“Constructing Poesis: Storyboards for an Immersive Diagramming”
Inflexions: a Journal of Research Creation , no. 6: the Arakawa and Gins issue, Montreal, Jan. 2013

“L’Urbanisme n’existe pas: Situationist Critique and Radical Practice”
Maya: The Estonian Architectural Review, 2008.

“Visual Poetry: Writers’ Art in a Para-Literary Age”
Avain: The Finnish Review of Literature, eds. Mikkonen and Käkelä-Puumala, 2008.

“Form and Structure Reframed: a new ‘On the cult of the new in our century’”
translation-essay on a text by Asger Jorn in Crayon 5, ed. Andrew Levy, 2007.

“Making Dying Illegal”, review of the book by Madeline Gins and Arakawa
Crayon 5 , New York, ed. Andrew Levy, 2007.

IV. Journals edited

Procedures Journal – notes for a procedural architecture, eds. Alan Prohm and Jondi Keane, Jan. 2015 at proceduresjournal.com


One thought on “WRITINGS

    oopskuma said:
    24/08/2019 at 12:52

    HI,I’m an architectural student in tokyo. And I am really interested in your research about the Arakawa and Gins ‘s theory. And I have read your article “Constructing Poesis: Storyboards for an Immersive Diagramming”several times. I think your diagram is very attractive. But I couldn’t understand it very clearly, so could please tell me more details about it. (Especially Fig. 17./Fig. 19. How do you quantify these senses?) I sincerely look forward to your reply, and my e-mail is yilexiong0101@gmail.com , Thanks a lot.

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