publications

books

With Stephen Loo, eds, Deleuze and Architecture (Edinburgh University Press, 2013).

With Jack Reynolds, Felicity Colman, eds, Global Arts, Local Knowledge – Cosmopolitical Planes of Expression, Textures: Philosophy, Literature, Culture, Hugh Silverman, series editor (Lexington Books. Forthcoming).

With Elizabeth Grierson, Harriet Edquist, eds, De-Signing Design: Cartographies of Theory and Practice, Textures: Philosophy, Literature, Culture, Hugh Silverman, series editor (Lexington Books. Forthcoming).

book chapters

‘Architectural Events, Posthuman Landscapes, and Things…’, in Jane Jacobs and Stephen Cairns, eds, Architecture/Geography: Inter-disciplining Space, Re-Imagining Space, Re-Imagining Territory, London: Routledge, forthcoming.

‘Gentri-Fiction and our (E)States of Reality: On the Exhaustion of the Image of Thought and the Fatigued Image of Architecture’, in The Missed Encounter of Radical Philosophy with Architecture, London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming.

‘A Postscript From Bartlebess: How to Perform Creative Resistance in the Workplace’, in Peg Rawes, ed., Poetic Biopolitics, London: I.B., Tauris, forthcoming.

‘Mapping an Ethico-Aesthetics for Wet Biotechnological Architectures’ in Elizabeth Grierson, Harriet Edquist, Hélène Frichot, eds, De-Signing Design: Cartographies of Theory and Practice, Textures: Philosophy, Literature, Culture, Hugh Silverman, series editor (Lexington Books. Forthcoming).

‘__: Or, The Words Haven’t Been Written For It Yet…’ in Expanded Design, Andreas Rumpfhuber, Michael Klein, eds, Modelling Vienna, Real Fictions in Social Housing, Vienna: Turin und Kant, 2013.

‘Foreword’ in Alberto Altés Arlandis and Oren Lieberman, eds. Intravention, Duractions, Effects, Baunach, Germany: AADR (Art Architecture Design Research) Spurbuchverlag, 2013.

‘Deleuze and the Story of the Superfold’ in Hélène Frichot and Stephen Loo, eds, Deleuze and Architecture (Edinburgh University Press, 2013).

‘Deleuze and the Story of the Superfold’ in Hélène Frichot and Stephen Loo, eds, Deleuze and Architecture (Edinburgh University Press, 2013).

“Foaming Relations: The Ethico-Aesthetics of Relationality” in Terry Meade, Luis Diaz, Susannah Hagan, eds, Occupations: Negotiations with Constructed Space, Brighton: University of Brighton, 2009, pp. 1-11.

“On Finding Oneself Spinozist: Refuge, Beatitude and the Any-Space-Whatever”, in Charles J. Stivale, Eugene W. Holland, Daniel W. Smith eds., Gilles Deleuze: Image and Text (Continuum Press, 2009), pp. 247-263.

With Rochus Hinkel, “Walk the Line” in ed. Viviane Stappmans, The Melbourne Design Guide, (Alphabet Press, 2009), pp. 30-47.

“The Erasure of the Object that is Architecture” in Rochus Hinkel, ed., Notions of Space, School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University, Melbourne and Craft Victoria (2008).

“Becoming Woman, Old Man”, in Kate Daw and Vikki McInnes, eds, Bureau (Melbourne: VCA Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Faculty of the Victorian College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne, 2008), pp. 62-63.

 “Holey Space and the Smooth and Striated Body of the Refugee,” in Anna Hickey-Moody and Peta Malins eds. Deleuzian Encounters: Studies in Contemporary Social Issues (Hampshire and New York: Palgrave Macmillan Press, 2007), pp. 169-180.

“Vital Signs: The Work of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari’s Creative Philosophy in Architecture”, in Charles Stivale and Felicity Coleman, eds, Angelaki 11.1 (2006), pp. 109-116.

With Rochus Hinkel, “Take a Walk: Architecture and Interiors Tour,” in Viviane Stappmanns and Ewan McEoin, The Melbourne Design Guide (Melbourne: Lab 3000: RMIT University, 2006), pp. 37-49.

“Stealing into Deleuze’s Baroque House,” in Ian Buchanan and Gregg Lambert eds, Deleuze and Space (Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, 2005), pp. 61-79.

“Lost in Sense: Passages, Thresholds, Detours and the Practice of Creative Philosophy,” Recyclages Culturels/Recycling Culture: Etudes Transnationales, Francophones et Comparées/Transnational, Francophone, and Comparative Studies, ed. Hafid Gafaïti, Anne Mairesse and Michèle Praeger (Paris: L’Harmattan, 2003), pp. 55-66.

peer reviewed journal articles

‘Mathew Barney’s Cremaster Cycle Revisited: Toward Posthuman Becomings of Man’ in Anna Hickey-Moody and Timothy Laurie, guest eds. Geophilosophies of Masculinity: Re-mapping gendered configurations of politics, aesthetics and knowledge, in Angelaki, forthcoming.

‘Persephone’s Margin Call: Off the Page toward Life in Space’ in Michael Tawa and Linda Marie Walker, eds. On the Margin, in ATR (Architectural Theory Review), Vol. 18, No. 2, 2013, pp. 175-188.

With Julieanna Preston, Michael Spooner, Sean Pickersgill, Zuzana Kovar, Ceri Hann, Megg Evans  ‘An Antipodean Imaginary for Architecture+Philosophy: Ficto-Critical Approaches to Design Practice Research’ in Footprint, special issue, Architecture Culture and the Question of Knowledge: Doctoral Research Today, Issue 10/11, Spring 2012. http://www.footprintjournal.org/issues/current

‘Daddy, Why do things have outlines? Constructing the Architectural Body’ in Inflections online journal,  (2013). http://www.inflexions.org

‘Drawing, Thinking, Doing: From Diagram Work to the Superfold’ in ACCESS, 30 (2011).

‘What can we learn form the Bubble Man and his Atmospheric Ecologies’ in IDEA: Interior Ecologies (2011), pp. 102-113.

‘When Things Get Wild’ in Kerb: Journal of Landscape Architecture, 19 (2011), pp. 56-59.

‘Following Hélène Cixous’s Steps Towards a Writing Architecture’ in Naomi Stead and Lee Stickells guest editors, ATR (Architecture Theory Review), 15:3 (2010).

‘The Death of Architectural Theory and Other Spectres’ in Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal, vol. 3 (2009). www.design-journal.com.

 ‘Olafur Eliasson and the Circulation of Affects and Percepts: In Conversation’, in Julianna Preston, guest ed., Interior Atmospheres: Architectural Design, vol. 78, no. 3, (London: John Wiley and Sons: May/June 2008), pp. 30-35.

‘Striving for a Coming Community and the Question of a Life’ in Tina Engels, ed., Interstices 08 Disagreement: A Journal of Architecture and Related Arts (2007), 43-52.

‘An Apprenticeship in Thinking Architecture’, in Felix Zwoch, ed., Stadbauwelt, 24 (23 June, 2006), pp. 26-33.

‘Nathalie’s Rotunda: Breaching the Threshold of Maurice Blanchot’s L’Arrêt de Mort‘, in Rhonda Khatab, Carlo Salzani, Sabina Sestigiani and Dimitris Vardoulakis, eds., Colloquy: Blanchot the Obscure, issue 10 (November 2005). http://colloquy.monash.edu.au/issue010/index.html

‘On the Relentless Logic of the Logo-Sign’, M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture 6.3 (2003), http://www.media-culture.org.au.

‘Bullfighting, Sex and Sensation”, Colloquy, 5 (September, 2001). http://www.arts.monash.edu.au.edu/others/colloquy

“Constructing a Monstrous Offspring,” Colloquy, 4 (September, 2000). http://www.arts.monash.edu.au.edu/others/colloquy

refereed conference proceedings

‘I Would Prefer Not To: How Bartleby’s Formula Troubles Collective Design Practices’ in Alternative Practices in Design: The Collective – Past, Present & Future, convened by Harriet Edquist and Laurene Vaughan, Geoplaced Knowledges, DRI, RMIT University (9 July, 2010).

 ‘Long Hair, Short Ideas, and the Contemporary Status of the Architectural Imaginary’, SAHANZ 2010, Michael Chapan, Michael Ostwald, eds, Imagining, University of Newcastle (30 June – 2 July, 2010).

with Michael Spooner (PhD candidates, School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University) ‘Clinic for the Exhausted: An Architectural Exploration of the Imaginary Techniques of Raymond Roussel’, SAHANZ 2010, Imagining, University of Newcastle, (30 June – 2 July, 2010).

‘Daddy, Why do Things have Outlines?: Constructing the Architectural Body’ in AG3 (Arakawa and Gins Third International Conference), (12-26 March, 2010) http://ag3.griffith.edu.au/.

‘Drawing out of the Fold: Battle of the Superfold’, in Drawing Out: Festival and Conference of Drawing, RMIT University (7-9 April, 2010).

‘The Atmospheric Ecologies of Peter Sloterdijk: A New Thinker for Architecture?’, in Performative Ecologies in the Built Environment: Sustainability Research across Disciplines ANZAScA, 43rd Annual Conference, School of Architecture and Design, University of Tasmania, Launceston (25–27th November, 2009).

‘An Ethico-Aesthetics for Wet Architecture’, Ideology of the Imaginary for the 21st Century: Experimental Arts Foundation, Adelaide, Australia (2007). http://www.eaf.asn.au/2007/symposium_p_frichot.html

‘The Nature of Digital Architectural Life: Confounding the threshold between Physus and Nomos’ in Stephen Loo and Katherine Bartsch, eds., Panorama to Paradise: SAHANZ 2007. Refereed Conference Proceedings. (September 2007).

‘Disjunctive Syntheses of (Post)digital Architecture and Life’, in Sandra Kaji-O’Grady, Charles Rice, Anthony Burke, Kirtsen Orr, Techniques and Technologies: Transfers and Transformation: AASA 2007. Refereed Conference Proceedings (September 27-29, 2007). http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/dspace/handle/2100/459

‘The Onanist’s Escape from Architectural Captivity’, Queer Spaces: Centres and Peripheries, UTS, Sydney, NSW (20-21 February, 2007). Refereed Conference Proceedings: http://www.dab.uts.edu.au/conferences/queer_space/index.html

‘The Biopolitical Wall in the Midst of Our City’, in Terrance McMinn, John Stephens, Steve Basson eds, Contested Terrains: SAHANZ 2006 (September 29 – October 2, 2006), pp. 151-158.

‘An Apprenticeship in Thinking Architecture’, Drawing Together: Convergent Practices in Architectural Education, AASA, Australia (2005).

‘The Limit of the Refugee Camp and Our Coming Community’, in Harriet Edquist and Hélène Frichot, ads, SAHANZ Limits 2004 (Melbourne: RMIT University, September, 2004).

professional journal essays

Conexa, Conjuncta, Disjuncta: What can a monument do?’ in Aron Vinegar and Jorge Otero-Pailos, guest eds., two special issues of the journal Future Anterior,  Rethinking the Monument, vol. 8, no.2 and Vol. 8, no. 3 (Graduate School of Architecture, Columbia University and University of Minnesota Press, forthcoming Summer and Fall 2012).

‘Michelle Hamer, One Stitch at a Time: Exhausting the End of the Road,’ in Louis Mannie Lionni, ed. 05401 magazine, http://05401.com/

With Adrien Allen and Bridie Lunney, “Suspension Test for Three Voices”, in unMagazine, Issue 5.2, Melbourne: Projects Inc., 2011, pp. 82-89.

‘Design Thinking in the Beehive’ in Artichoke 36 (2011), p. 97.

‘Design and Attention’ in Artichoke, 29 (2009) pp. 78-83.

‘All in the Postproduction: A Conversation with Nicolas Bourriaud’, in Design Reporter, edited by Ray Edgar, Penny Modra, Stuart Geddes, Jeremy Wortsman, issue 1, July 24 (2009), pp.12-13.

‘Design and Loneliness’ in Artichoke 28 (2009), p. 88-89.

With Rochus Hinkel, ‘Design that Moves’ in Artichoke 27 (2009), p. 85-89.

With Niki Kalms, ‘Architecture + Feminism’ in Architecture Australia, March/April, 2008.

‘Notes Toward an Ethico-Aesthetic approach to Design’, in Post Magazine, issue 2, vol. 1 (2008), pp. 50-51.

With Rochus Hinkel, ‘A Visit to the Hospital’ in Artichoke 25 (2008), pp. 91-93.

With Rochus Hinkel, ‘Hotel Room Heimat: A Feeling for Home’ in Artichoke 24 (2008), pp. 109-110.

‘Ethics, Aesthetics, Architecture’ in Architecture Australia, vol. 96, no. 8 (November/December 2007), pp. 61, 62.

‘Neighbourhood Watch’ in Monument 79 (June/July 2007), p. 100.

‘On the Digital’, Architectural Review Australia 90 (2004), pp. 90–91.

reviews of architecture, design, art

“Desire and Identity: The Architecture of Chancellor and Patrick,” review in Architecture Australia vol. 11, no. 3 (May, June 2011), pp. 17, 18.

“CAE, Flinders Lane Melbourne: An Invitational Architecture” in Artichoke 35 (2011), pp. 118-120.

“Splinter Society: AJF Partnership New Office” in Artichoke 33 (2010).

 “Signalbox Youthspace, Northbank, Melbourne” in Artichoke 32 (2010), p. 77.

“Charles Anderson” in Landscape Architecture Australia 127 (2010), pp. 31, 32.

“Peter Greenaway’s Last Supper” in Artichoke (2010).

“Chelle Macnaughtan: (De)Bordering Indeterminacy” in Architecture Australia (January, February, 2010).

With Michael Spooner, “Shelter: On Kindness, review” in Architecture Australia (January, February, 2010).

“Review: Lab Architecture, Draw the Line, NGV, Federation Square” in Architecture Australia, vol. 98, no. 6 (November/December, 2009), pp. 33-34.

“Elizabeth Grosz, Chaos Territory, Art: Review”, ATR (Architectural Theory Review), 14/2 Sensory Urbanism (2009), 193-196.

“David Ralph: In Captivity” in Landscape Architecture Australia, no. 118 (May, 2008), pp. 31-32.

“The Joy of Infrastructure”, in Architecture Australia, vol. 97, no. 2 (March/April, 2008), pp. 76-81.

“Your Mobile Expectations,” Artichoke 22 (2008), pp. 74–75.

“A House for Hermes #01,” Landscape Architecture Australia 116 (November

2007), pp. 64-67.

“Intimus: Interior Design Theory Reader”, Artichoke 18 (2007), p. 61.

“5 Codes: Architecture, Paranoia and Risk in Times of Terror” Monument 77 (February/March 2007), p. 78.

“Southern Exposure”, Monument Architecture and Design, Residential Issue (October/November 2006) pp. 58–62

with Rebecca Roke, “Homo Faber: Modeling Architecture”, Architectural Review, 098 (2006) pp. 26–28.

“We Owe it to the Birds and the Trees”, Architecture Australia, vol. 95, no. 5 (September/October 2006) p. 46.

with Rochus Hinkel, “Architectural Reunification: Akademie der Kunst, Berlin”, Monument Architecture and Design, 71 (February/March 2006) pp. 20–22.

“James Angus’s Green Mack Truck,” ACCA Mag 07 (2004).

“Taking a Stroll through the Sydney Biennale 2004,” ACCA Mag 07 (2004).

“Profile: Cynthia C. Davidson,” Monument: Architecture and Design, 62 (August/September, 2004), pp. 18–19.

“Experimentations on the Surface of Home,” Inside: Australian Design Review 32 (2004).

“Transport Bar. Federation Square, Melbourne”; “Lodge: Lake Glaskogen, Sweden”; “The Academy: Nightclub, Canberra” Inside: Australian Design Review 31 (2004), pp. 92; 102; 106.

“Code Breaker: Interview with Parisian Architect, Christian Girard,” Monument: Architecture and Design 58 (December/January, 2003–04), pp. 102–103.

“Tacita Dean,” ACCA Mag 03 (2003)

“Anish Kapoor,” ACCA Mag 03 (2003)

“Louise Bourgeois: A Proliferation of Little Bourgeois,” Monument: Architecture and Design 55 (Jun/Jul, 2003), pp. 106–107.

“What a Body Can Do,” ACCA Mag 02 (2003).

“Erasure of the Museum,” ACCA Mag 01 (2002).

“Festival Arts et Squats,” Monument: Architecture and Design 53

(December/January 2002-03), p. 92.

“Between Place and Non-Place,” Photofile 64 (December, 2001), p. 69.

with Marco Vittino, “V-one,” The Architect (Summer 2000), pp. 14, 15.

“Homeswest New Directions For Fremantle Housing Competition,” The Architect 3 (Spring 1994),pp. 27–29.

art catalogue essays

“Here with You” in Rhett D’Costa, Fran Van Riemsdyk, Robin Kingston, Here With You, Stockroom, Kyneton, Victoria, 18 June – 10 July 2011.

“The weight of architecture” in Bridie Lunney, Suspension Test, Conical Gallery, Melbourne, March 5-26, 2011.

“Chelle Macnaughtan: (De)Bordering Indeterminacy between Architecture and Music,” Red Gallery (21st October – 7th November, 2009).

“Michael Bullock: Becoming Woman, Old Man,” VCA Gallery (May/June 2006).

“Sangeeta Sandrasegar,” The New04, Melbourne: Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), (March, 2004).

“Simone Slee, On,” Melbourne International Arts Festival: Visual Arts Program (2003), pp. 26–31.

“Andrea Tu: Suite Pastiche,” (Melbourne: Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, July, 2002).

“On Learning How to Negotiate the Dynamic Flux of Duration,” Meter: Pam Clements, Emma Mitchell, Emidio Puglielli, Linda van Kalleveen (Darwin: Northern Territory University, Oct. 7–18, 2002).

 creative project work

“A Fringe of Leaves for Simone Weil” in Elizabeth Presa, curator, Simone Weil: Decreation, West Space Gallery, Melbourne (8 August-3 September, 2011).

“She speaks as she is not one”, creative project included in Prof. Jane Rendell, convener Whirlwinds panel, in Sexuate Subjects, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, UK (3-5 December, 2010).

“Folds for Marion Manifold” in Gini Lee, artist-curator, Deep Mapping, in Lisa Byrne, Harriet Edquist, Laurene Vaughan, curators, The Stony Rises Project, RMIT Gallery, (23 July – 11 September, 2010).

“I Would Prefer Not To” installation, group workshop exhibition in response to Prof. Jane Rendell’s Site-Writing Workshop, Expanded Spatial Practice, convened by Dr Linda Marie Walker and John Barbour, Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia, Liverpool Gallery (10–12 September, 2009).

“A Work in Ten Parts: Gathering and its Forms”, Prof. Elizabeth Presa, curator, Do It: 2009, George Paton Gallery, Union House The University of Melbourne, Parkville. Catalogue published by The Centre for Ideas, VCA, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne (6-16 October, 2009), p. 50-53.

with Rochus Hinkel, Laurene Vaughan, Michael Spooner, Ashley Perry, ‘Have you seen it?’, State of Design Festival (July 16-28, Melbourne, 2008).

 fiction

“Jigsaw Puzzle Creatures”, short story submitted to The Age short story competition, 2009.

“I Would Prefer Not To”, short story submitted to The Age short story competition, 2009.

“Unprecedented”, Antithesis: Everyday Evasions, 9, (1998), pp. 71–73.

“Goethe Express” and “Solar Impetus,” ed. Deborah Robertson et alThis is Not the Real World: New Writing, (Perth, WA: Murdoch University,1998).

Keynote Speaker

“Five Lessons in a Ficto-Critical Approach to Design Practice Research”, in Plenitude and Emptiness: Symposium on Architectural Research By Design, ESALA (Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture), the University of Edinburgh, UK, 4-6 October 2013.

“An Ethico-Aesthetics for Wet Architecture”, Ideology of the Imaginary for the 21st Century: Experimental Arts Foundation, Adelaide, Australia (1–2 March, 2007).

 Invited Speaker

“What we Share in Common: Sketching an Ecology of Practices for Architetcure” in How to Pass from the Public to the Common, convened by Doina Petrescu and Constantin Petcou, at the Romanian Cultural Institute, 21 March 2013.

“The Exhaustion of the Concept and the Fatigued Image of Architectural Real-Estate” In Between: Architettura e Filosofia, University of Salerno, convened by Alessandra Como and Francesco Vitale, 27-28 February 2013.

With the Critical Studies Design Studio, KTH Architecture, “Urban Biopower Stockholm and the Biopolitics of Creative Resistance,” Urban Blind Spots Theory Forum, Sheffield School of Architecture, 13-14 November, 2012.

“Bartlebess and Creative Resistance” in The Relational in Architecture, Public Works: Friday Sessions, London, 17 July 2011. http://www.publicworksgroup.net/fridaysessions/

With Stephen Loo, “C’est la voix: A methodology of exhaustion and some notes on stupidity and boredom”, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, UK, 13 June, 2011.

“When Things Get Wild: An Introduction to R&Sie” in Natural Artifice: AIA National Conference, convened by Angelo Candalepas, Andrew Scott, David Neustein, 14-16 April, 2011.

“Return to the Fold: Gilles Deleuze and the Story of the Superfold”, Connect, Continue, Create: 3rd International Deleuze Studies Conference, convened by Rosi Braidotti and Patricia Pisters, Amsterdam (12-14 July 2010).

“Bartleby the Scribe’s Formula: I Would Prefer Not To…(Design Creativity as a Mode of Resistance)”, -writing, convened by Prof. Jane Rendell, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, UK (9 July, 2010).

“Following Hélène Cixous’s Ladder of Writing: Perth Prague Return,” Expanded Spatial Practice, convened by Dr Linda Marie Walker and John Barbour, Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia (10–12 September, 2009).

“Writing her way into the Architectural Edifice only to Find that…” in Writing Architecture: A symposium on architectural criticism and the written representation of architecture, convened by Dr Naomi Stead, The ATCH (Architecture Theory Criticism History) research group in the School of Architecture at the University of Queensland, in association with the Institute for Modern Art and Heat (15–16 August, 2009).

“Relationality, Materiality, Collectivity: A Few Brief Remarks” in UI (Urban Interior) Colloquium, in cooperation with Architecture Design Innovation Program (ADIP), TU Berlin @ KUBUS (by Volksbuehne), Rosa Luxemburg Platz, Berlin (25th June, 2009).

“Foaming Relations: An Architecture of Affect”, Greenwich University Public Lecture Series, School of Architecture and Construction, Greenwich University, convened by Dr Teresa Stoppani, 24th February, 2009.

“Foaming Relations: Urban Habitus of Affect”, Re-imagining the Urban Habitus Symposium, convened by Prof. Elizabeth Grierson, School of Art, Art, Knowledge and Globalisation Research Cluster, RMIT University, 10th December, 2008.

“In Search of an Ethico-Aesthetics for the Disjunctive Syntheses of Architecture and Life”, Pratt Institute, New York. Presentation given in the context of Catherine Ingraham’s Masters seminar (11 April, 2007).

“Refuge, Beatitude and the Any-Space-Whatever”, Gilles Deleuze: Text and Images, Comparative Literature Dept., University of South Carolina (April 5–8, 2007).

“Imagining an Immanent Ethico-Aesthetics for the Unthought”, Nanotechnology Roundtable, convened by Stephen Loo, University of South Australia (16 February, 2007).

“On Finding Oneself Spinozist”, Plenary Panel. Wandering with Spinoza Symposium, convened by Elizabeth Presa and Dimitris Vardoulakis, VCA, Melbourne (September 2006).

with Rochus Urban Hinkel, Ta(l)king a Walk: Melbourne is Faraway, Wismar, School of Architecture and Design, University of Technology, Business and Design. December 19, 2005.

with Rochus Urban Hinkel, Ta(l)king a Walk: Melbourne is Faraway, Peter Behrens School of Architecture, Duesseldorf, December 13, 2005.

with Rochus Urban Hinkel, Ta(l)king a Walk: Melbourne is Faraway, Nuernburg, Academy of Fine Art, BDA. December 6, 2005.

Invited Workshop Participant

Prof. Jane Rendell’s Site-Writing Workshop, Expanded Spatial Practice, convened by Dr Linda Marie Walker and John Barbour, Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia, Liverpool Gallery (10–12 September, 2009).

Life in Space Symposium, Olafur Eliasson Studio, Berlin (22 June, 2007).

Conferences Convened

2012 Architecture-Writing: Experimental Approaches

Co-convened with Katja Grillner, Critical Studies of Architecture, School of Architecture, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden, 24-25 May 2012.

2010 Writing Around the Kitchen Table: Critical Spatial Writing Practices.

Keynote: Prof. Jane Rendell, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, UK. Supported by Geoplaced Knowledges, DRI, RMIT University; School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University; SARU, Monash University; Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Building, University of Melbourne.

2008 Global Arts/Local Knowledge IAPL 2008. Melbourne, Australia.

Co-Host Co-ordinator with Jack Reynolds (LaTrobe) and Felicity Colman (University of Melbourne). Conference director, Prof. Hugh Silverman, Stonybrook, New York, U.S. June 30-July 6, 2008.

2005 The Politics of Space in the Age of Terrorism.

Co-convened with Prof. Harriet Edquist, Hosted by the School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University, 1–2 July, 2005. Keynotes: Prof Catherine Ingraham Pratt Institute, NY; Dr Dan Ross, Monash University

2004 Society of Architectural Historians, Australia, New Zealand (SAHANZ), Limits 2004.

Co-convened with Prof. Harriet Edquist, Hosted by the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), 26–29 September, 2004. Keynotes: Reinhold Martin, Columbia University, editor Grey Room, practice: Martin/Baxi Architects; Felicity Scott, University of California, Irvine, editor Grey Room; Peter Corrigan, RMIT Architecture Adjunct Professor, Lecturer, Practice: Edmond and Corrigan; Diane Favro, UCLA; President, Society of Architectural Historians

Conference Papers Presented

With Rochus Hinkel, Keely Macarrow, ‘Homefulness: A Report’, Homelessness Conference, University of Lund, 12-14 April, 2013.

“Architecture, Dissidence, and the Formula I would prefer not to…” in Architecture and the Paradox of Dissidence, AHRA (Architecture Humanities Research Association), Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Design, London Metropolitan University, 15-17th November 2012.

With Stephen Loo, “C’est la voix: The voice of exhausted architecture,” Kaifeng International Deleuze Conference, Henan University, Kaifeng, Henan, China, May 18, 2012–May 21, 2012

“Bartlebess Struggles for her Right to the City” in The Right to the City conference, convened by Dr Lee Stickells, University of Sydney, 8-9 April 2011. http://www.therighttothecity.com/symposium.html

“I Would Prefer Not To: How Bartleby’s Formula Troubles Collective Design Practices” in Alternative Practices in Design: The Collective – Past, Present & Future, convened by Harriet Edquist and Laurene Vaughan, Geoplaced Knowledges, DRI, RMIT University (9 July, 2010. Forthcoming).

“Long Hair, Short Ideas, and the Contemporary Status of the Architectural Imaginary”, SAHANZ 2010, Imagining, University of Newcastle (30 June – 2 July, 2010).

with Michael Spooner “Clinic for the Exhausted: An Architectural Exploration of the Imaginary Techniques of Raymond Roussel”, SAHANZ 2010, Imagining, University of Newcastle, (30 June – 2 July, 2010).

“Drawing out of the Fold: Battle of the Superfold” in Drawing Out: Festival and Conference of Drawing, RMIT University (7-9 April, 2010). Invited to develop peer reviewed paper for journal Access (Forthcoming).

“Daddy, Why do Things have Outlines?: Constructing the Architectural Body” in AG3 (Arakawa and Gins Third International Conference), http://ag3.griffith.edu.au/.

“Return to the Fold: An Aesthetics of the Infinitesimal” in ASCP: Philosophy and the Work of Art, Monash University (29 November–1st December, 2009).

“The Atmospheric Ecologies of Peter Sloterdijk: A New Thinker for Architecture?” in

Performative Ecologies in the Built Environment: Sustainability Research across Disciplines ANZAScA, 43rd Annual Conference, School of Architecture and Design, University of Tasmania, Launceston (25–27th November, 2009).

“Foaming Relations: The Ethico-Aesthetics of Relationality”, in Occupation: Negotiations with Constructed Space, School of Architecture and Design, University of Brighton, UK (2nd–4th July, 2009). Invited to develop paper as book chapter.

“The Death of Architectural Theory and Other Spectres”, in Design Principles and Practices Conference, TU Berlin (15-17 February, 2009).

“The Nature of Digital Architectural Life: Confounding the threshold between Physus and Nomos”, in Panorama to Paradise: SAHANZ 2007 (September 2007).

“Disjunctive Syntheses of (Post)digital Architecture and Life”, in Techniques and Technologies: Transfers and Transformation: AASA 2007 (September 27-29, 2007).

“Nonstandard Homo Faber: A Digital Life”, Adam Sharr, et al, convenors, in Quality Conference, Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University, UK (4-6 July, 2007).

“The Onanist’s Escape from Architectural Captivity”, in Queer Spaces Conference, UTS, Sydney, NSW (20-21 February, 2007).

“The Biopolitical Wall in the Midst of Our City”, in Contested Terrains: SAHANZ 2006 (September 29 – October 2, 2006).

“An Apprenticeship in Thinking Architecture”, Drawing Together: Convergent Practices in Architectural Education, AASA, Brisbane (29–30 September, 2005).

“Creating an Ethico-Aesthetics for Digital Architecture”, Sensorium: Philosophy and Aesthetics: Conference, School of Creative Arts, University of Melbourne, and MSCP (Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy), Melbourne, Australia, (22–24 June, 2005).

“The Coming Community and the Question of a Life” The Politics of Being: ASCP (Australian Society of Continental Philosophy) Conference, UNSW, Sydney, Australia (15–17 June, 2005).

“Vital Signs:  The Work of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari’s Creative Philosophy in Architecture”, Gilles Deleuze and Creativity: Curated panel with Charles Stivale, Wayne State University, and Felicity Coleman, Melbourne University. Verbal, Visual, Virtual: New Canons for the Twenty-First Century, 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium, 31 March–April 3, 2005, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.

“Holey Space and the Smooth and Striated Body of the Refugee,” Everyday Evasions: Cultural Studies Association of Australia, Murdoch University (December 9–11, 2004).

“The Camp, The Coming Community, and We Refugees,” The Italian Effect: Radical Thought, Biopolitics and Cultural Subversion, Sydney University (9–11 September, 2004).

“Nathalie’s Rotunda: Breaching the Threshold of Maurice Blanchot’s L’Arrêt de Mort,” Blanchot the Obscure, Monash University Melbourne (19–20 August, 2004).

“The Passage of Affects, Percepts and Concepts on the Surface of Sense: Gilles Deleuze’s Surface Monster,” Experimenting with Intensities, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada (12–15 May 2004).

“Lost in Sense: Passages, Thresholds, Detours and the Practice of Creative Philosophy,” Recycling: French Studies Conference, University of California, Davis (March–April 2001).

“Bullfighting, Sex and Sensation,” Postgraduate Colloquium, Monash University (September, 2000).

“Constructing a Monstrous Offspring,” Curious Eyes: Sites and Scenes of Modernism, The University of Sydney (September, 1999).

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