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INFLeXions No. 6 Arakawa + Gins

inflections

Year: November 2012

Language: English

Inflexions is an open-access journal that encourages inter/trans/non-disciplinary work—a superb home for scholarship on Arakawa and Gins! The special issue is now available for free on-line: http://www.inflexions.org/no6.html.

Contents

INFLeXions No. 6

Arakawa + Gins

Edited by Jondi Keane & Trish Glazebrook

Open Letters

Madeline Gins i-viii

Here Where it Lives…Biocleave

Jondi Keane and Trish Glazebrook 1-21

NODE:

Mapping Reversible Destiny

Trish Glazebrook and Sarah Conrad 22-40

Escaping the Museum

David Kolb 41-71

Ing

Jean-Jacques Lecercle 72-79

The Reversible Eschatology of Arakawa and Gins

Russell Hughes 80-102

Chaos, Autopoiesis and/or Leonardo da Vinci/Arakawa

Hideo Kawamoto 103–111

Daddy, Why do Thing have Outlines?: Constructing the Architectural Body

Helene Frichot 112–124

Tentatively Constructing Images: The Dynamism of Piet Mondrian’s Paintings

Troy Rhoades 125–153

Evidence: Architectural Body by Accident, Destiny Reversed by Design

Blair Solovy 154-168

Breathing the Walls

James Cunningham 169–188

Technology and the Body Public

Stephen Read 189-213

Bioscleave: Shaping our Biological Niches

Stanley Shostak 214-224

Arakawa and Gins: The Organism-Person-Environment Process

Eugene Gendlin 225-236

An Arakawa and Gins Experimental Teaching Space – A Feasibility Study

Jondi Keane 237–252

KEYNOTES AND CONFERENCE STREAMS:

The Mechanism of Meaning: A Pedagogical Skecthbook

Gordon Bearn 253–269

Wayfinding through Landing Sites and Architectural Bodies: Exploring the Roles of Trajectoriness, Affectivatoriness, and Imaging Along

Reuben Baron 270-285

Trajectory of ARAKAWA Shusaku: from Kan-Oké (Coffin) to the Reversible Destiny Lofts

Fumi Tsukahara 286-297

A Snailspace

Tom Conley 298–316

Made/line Gins or Arakawa in Trans-e-lation

Marie Dominique Garnier 317–339

The Dance of Attention

Erin Manning 340–367

What Counts as Language in a Closely Argued Built-Discourse?

Gregg Lambert 368-380

Constructing Poiesis: Storyboards for an immersive diagramming

Alan Prohm 381–415

Open Wide, Come Inside: Laughter, Composure and Architectural Play

Pia Ednie-Brown 416–427

TRIBUTES:

What Arakawa Did

Don Byrd 428–441

Arakawa

Don Ihde 442-445

For Arakawa, Nine More Lives

Jean-Michel Rabaté 446–448

TANGENTS:

Approximately Arakawa and Gins

Ken Wark 448-449

A Perspective of the Universe

Erin Manning and Brian Massumi 450-458

Axial Lecture on Self-Organisation

George Quasha

Demonstrator

Bob Bowen

Levitation

Bob Bowen

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REVERSIBLE DESTINY LOFTS MITAKA

REVERSILE DESTINY FOUNDATION (NY)

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