References for Issue Seven

Placing Process

Anderson, K., ‘Ethics, Ecology, and the Future: Art and Design Face the Anthropocene’, Leonardo, vol. 48, pp. 338-347
Braidotti, R., ‘A Theoretical Framework for the Critical Posthumanities’, Theory, Culture & Society, vol. 0, no. 0, pp. 1-31
Brown, M.P. & Henriksen, J., ‘Creation in depth: Inspiration and imagination in design’, Journal of Creation, vol. 28, no. 2, 2014, pp. 116-122
Ingold, T., Making : Anthropology, Archaeology, Art and Architecture, London, Taylor & Francis, 2013
Malpass, M., Critical Design in Context, History, Theory, and Practices, New York, Bloomsbury Academic, 2017
Pallasmaa, J., ‘Embodied and Existential Wisdom in Architecture: The Thinking Hand’, Body & Society, vol. 23, no. 1, 2017, pp. 96-111

Jodie Richards

Books:
Cullinan, C. (2011). Wild law: A Manifesto for Earth Justice. 2nd ed. Totnes: Chelsea Green Publishing.
Harari, Y. (2015). Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind. GB: Vintage Publishing.
Higgins, P. (2010). Eradicating Ecocide. Shepheard-Walwyn (Publishers).
Thorton, J, Goodman, M. (2017). Client Earth. Scribe (UK).

Websites:
The Economist | Counting Chickens
National Geographic | Seafood may be gone by 2048, study says
BBC | How the world’s oceans could be running out of fish
Yale Environment 360 | What’s causing the sharp decline in insects, and why it matters
Science Direct | Worldwide decline of the entomofauna: A review of its drivers
The Guardian | Antibiotic resistance is not theoretical: the thread is real and immediate
Wikipedia | Antibiotic Resistance
The Guardian | Sperm counts among western men have halved in the last 40 years—study
Our World (United Nations University) | Why do we over-consume?
Forbes | Humans aren’t at the top of the food chain
Reference | Where are insects on the food chain?
The Conversation | Here’s why well-intentioned vegan protesters are getting it wrong
Time (Science) | The triple whopper environmental impact of global meat production
Science Mag | Meat consumption, health and the environment
Wikipedia (EN) | Legal Fiction
Fortune 500 | The Fortune 500’s 10 most profitable companies
Pursuit | Post-capitalism: life within environmental limits
Uplift Connect | Regenerative cultures are about thriving together
Yale Environment 360 | Should rivers have rights? A growing movement says it’s about time
The truth is discovered | The Lightbulb conspiracy—Planned Obsolescence
Wikipedia (EN) | Cradle-to-cradle design
The Guardian | A vexing question: why do men recycle less than women?
The Conversation | Earthrise, a photo that changed the world

RACHEL CRONIN

“Indeed like a body, buildings … and die.” Vidler A, 1994, The Architectural Uncanny, p.71 Reissue edition, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 2010“parliament” see

Oxford Dictionary of English, 2010, 3rd edition, Oxford University Press, Oxford UK

Foucault's seminal lecture ‘Heterotopia' (1967) – Foucault M., 1984, Of Other Spaces: Heterotopia and Utopia, trans. Jay Miskowiec, Architecture /Mouvement/ Continuité, http://web.mit.edu/allanmc/www/foucault1.pdf

Blackrock, 1997, motion picture Palm Beach Pictures amd AFFC, distributed by Akros and Hollydan Works, starring Laurence Breuls and Simon Lyndon

The Boys. 1997, motion picture Arenafilm Pty Ltd, distributed by Roadshow Entertainment, starring Toni Colette and David Wenham.

Little Fish, 2005, motion picture Porchlight Films and Dirty Films, distributed by First Look Pictures, starring Cate Blanchette, Sam Neill, Hugo Weaving

Snowtown, 2011, motion picture Warp Films Australia (Warp Films and Madman Entertainment), distributed by Revolver Entertainment in UK and IFC Midnight in US, starring Daniel Henshall and Lucas Pittaway

Animal Kingdom, 2010, motion picture Porchlight Films & Screen Australia in association with Film Victoria, Screen NSW, Fulcrum Media Finance, Showtime Australia, distributed by Maximum Films, starring Ben Mendelsohn, Joel Edgerton and Guy Pearce

A collection of … works” (Oxford Reference Dictionary, 2010)

"… (1) the notion that building is a body … or at least organic characteristics.”  Vidler A, 1994, The Architectural Uncanny, p.70 Reissue edition, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 2010

“…the qualities of the architectural object… process of projection.”   Vidler A, 1994, The Architectural Uncanny, p.73 Reissue edition, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 2010

The civic body; the idea that one cannot exist without a whole in mind [(body (building) and soul)] (Oxford Reference Dictionary, 2010)

“The building derived its authority … and individual-in the world.”   Vidler A, 1994, The Architectural Uncanny, p.71 Reissue edition, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 2010

Invisible Designer

Wikipedia (DE) | Benita Koch-Otte
Wikipedia (DE) | Bauhaus
Bauhau100 | Benita Koch-Otte


 


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