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literature (excerpts and chapters) for download from this web is tagged with one * on bookshelf with two **  the library

> maps and collections

Christian Patterson Bottom of the lake book (2015) edition


Simon Evans Artist > maps


Jesoer Rasmussen 1:1 installation project


Man Ray > MoMa Collection


Man Ray archive


> specific site and event

> on New York

Auster Paul, “City of Glass.” In The New York Trilogy by Paul Auster. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 2002 *

Koolhaas, Rem. Delirious New York. A retroactive Manifesto for Manhattan. New York: Monacelli Press, 1994.

>on (…) scape

>> on cities

Beaumont Matthew and Dart Gregory (Eds) Restless Cities Edited. Verso, London and New York, 2010. Dyer, Geoff "Inhabiting" 157-170 * (**)

Eco, Umberto. “Atlantis, Mu and Lemuria” in The Book of Legendary Lands, by Umberto Eco, translated by Alastair McEwen. London: McLehoste Press, 2013. 223-278. *

Manguel, Alberto and Guadalupi, Gianni Guadalupi. The Dictionary of Imaginary Places. San Diego : Harcourt, 1999. (**)

Tschumi, Bernard. Architecture and disjunction, MIT Press, 1996.(**)

Tschumi, Bernard. The Manhattan Transcripts. John Wiley & Sons, 1994.(**)

Venturi Robert and Denise Scott Brown, Steven Izenour, Learning from Las Vegas: the forgotten symbolism of architectural form. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT. Press, 2000.(**)

Wigley, Mark." Bloodstained Architecture" in Post ex sub dis Urban Fragments and Constructions. Ed. Ghent Urban Studies Team [GUST], Rotterdam 2002. 281- 294

>> on landscapes
Corner, James and MacLean, Alex S. Taking Measures Across the American Landscape. Yale University Press, 1996. *

Banham, Reyner, Scenes in America deserta. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1989.

> on situationist (more lit in the left menu)

Huizinga, Johan. Homo Ludens. A Study of the Play-element in Culture. London, Boston and Henley: Routledge & Kegan Paul, (1944) 1949.*

Situationist International. Anthology, edited by Ken Knabb, translated by Ken Knabb. Berkeley: Bureau of Public Secrets, (1957) 1995.(**)

> on dwelling, domesticity and material culture

Bachelard, Gaston, The Poetics of Space. Translated by Maria Jolas. Boston: Beacon Press, 1958.(**)

Baudrillard, Jean. The System of Objects. Translated by James Benedict. London, New York: Verso, (1968) 1996.

Banham, Reyner. “A home is not a house”. In Housing and dwelling Perspectives on Domestic Architecture, Edited by Mlller Lane, Barbara. Routledge 2007, 54-70 *

Bogner, Dieter, ed. Friedrich Kiesler. Inside the Endless House. Wien, Köln, Weimar: Böhlau Verlag, 1997.

Bollnow, Otto Friedrich. “The Meaning of the House.” In Human Space by Otto Friedrich Bollnow.  Edited by Joseph Kohlmaier. Translated by Christine Shuttleworth. London: Hyphen Press, (1963) 2011.

Colomina, Beatriz. Privacy and Publicity: Modern Architecture as Mass Media, MIT Press, 1996.(**)

Colomina, Beatriz. “Domesticity at War.” In Assemblage, 16 1999, 14-44 (**)

Ebeling, Segfried, Space as a Membrane, London: Architectural Association Publications, (1926) 2010

Forty, Adrian. “Foreword”, “Introduction” and “The Home” in Objects of Desire. Design and Society since 1750. By Adrian Forty. London, New York: Thames&Hudson, (1986) 2010. 4-5, 6-10, and 94-119 * (**)

Giedion, Sigfried. Mechanisation takes command. A contribution to anonymous history. Minneapolis, London: University of Minnesota Press, (1948) 2013.(**)

Giedion, Sigfried. Space, time and architecture: The growth of a new tradition. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Univ. Press, 1967.(**)

Hall, Edward Twitchell, The Hidden Dimension. Anchor Books, (1962) 1990 *

Heidegger, Martin “IV: Building Dwelling Thinking” in Poetry, Language, Thought. New York. Harper & Row (ebook), 1971 141*

Kavanaugh, Leslie Jaye, “The Ontology of Dwelling”. In The Body in Architecture, edited by Deborah Hauptman. Rotterdam: 010 Publishers, 2006, 94-111 * (**)

Kiesler, Frederick. “Manifesto on Correalism.” In Frederick J. Kiesler. Endless Space, edited by Dieter Bogner, 92-99. Los Angeles, Wien: MAK Center, (1947) 2001.*

Kiesler, Frederick. “The Endless House and its Psychological Lighting.” In: Interiors. 60.4 (November 1950). 122-129.

Levinas, Emmanuel. “D: the Dwelling” In Section II. Interiority and Economy. In Totality and infinity: An essay on exteriority. The Hague. Nijhoff Publ.. 1979. 307 S.. Martinus Nijhoff philosophy texts ; Vol. 1. 152- 174 *

Perec, Georges. “The Apartment” and “Space.” In Species of Spaces and Other Pieces. Penguin Classic, 2008. 26-45, 81-96.*

Rykwert, Joseph. “House and Home.” In Social Research, 51-62. Vol. 58, No. 1 (Spring1991).* (**)

Serres, Michel. “Visit to a House.” In Daidalos n.41 Provocation of the Senses. (September 1991): 88-91.*

Do Ho Suh, from The Wall Street Journal
Artist Do Ho Suh Explores the Meaning of Home

Whiteread Rachel https://www.artsy.net/artist/rachel-whiteread

> on representation and method

Bergson, Henri. “Laughter – An Essay On The Meaning of The Comic”. in Works by Henri Bergson, The Perfect Library, 1911

Corner, James. “The Agency of Mapping: Speculation, Critique and Invention” in Mappings Edited by Denis Cosgrove. London: Reakton Books, 1999. 214-252 * (**)

Careri, Francesco. Walkscapes. Walking as an Aesthetic Practice. Barcelona: Gustavo Gili, (2002) 2009. * (excerpt)

Chatwin, Bruce. The Songlines. Penguin Books, 1988.

Ingold, Tim. “Up, across, and along” and  “Drawing, writing and calligraphy” in Lines. A brief History. London, New York: Routledge 2007, 72-103, 120-151 respectively.*

Leatherbarrow, David. “Skylines.” In Architecture Oriented Otherwise, by David Leatherbarrow, 199-220. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2009. *

O’Rourke Karen, “Introduction” and “Lines by Walking”. In Walking and Mapping. Artists as Cartographers. Cambridge, Massachusetts, London: The MIT Press*

Macarthur, John. “The Figure from Above. On the Obliqueness of the Plan in Urbanism and Architecture.” In Seeing from Above. The Aerial View in Visual Culture. Edited by Mark Dorrian and Frédéric Pousin, 2013. * (**)

Whiteman, John. Divisible by 2. Cambridge, London, Massachusetts: Chicago Institute for Architecture and Urbanism, MIT Press, 1990. *

Ugo la Pietra, www.ugolapietra.com

> on parasites

Serres, Michel, The Parasite. Translated by Schehr, Lawrence R. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1982. * link to pdf

Diller Scofidio Indigestion, Travelogue, Para-site

> additional references

Adolphe Appia 1862-1928 : actor-space-light / exhibition produced by Pro Helvetia-Arts Council of Switzerland. London : Calder, c1982

Adolphe Appia/ drawings http://socks-studio.com/2013/12/13/a-revolution-in-stage-design-drawings-and-productions-of-adolphe-appia/

Franco Albini:

László Moholy-Nagy (see installation link)

Form and Matter http://www.rachaelnee.com/fire-painting-3-alberto-burri/


Claudia Carbone