Research

: Current

Levine, P. A. (2010)
Den tavse stemme – Hvordan kroppens sprog kan opløse traumer og skabe velvære.
DK: Hans Reitzels Forlag, 2012

Goldsmith, K. (2015) Complete edition directed by Mathieu Cénac & David Desrimais
Theory – Kennet Goldsmith. US: Jean Boîte Éditions


: Past

Ahmed, S. (2014)
Willful Subjects. Durham: Duke University Press

Anzieu, D. (1989)
The Skin-Ego. US: Yale University Press

Andrews, J. & O’Sullivan, S. (2013) ‘Visual Culture as Objects and affects’ J. Andrews & S. O’Sullivan (ed)
Affective Turns: A Conversation Between Jorella Andrews & Simon O’Sullivan. UK: Stenberg Press

Bauman, Z. & Donskis, L. (2013)
Moral Blindness – The Loss of Sensitivity in Liquid Modernity. UK: Polity Press

Bennett, J. (2011)
Powers of the Hoard: Artistry & Agency in a World of Vibrant Matter. Vera List Center for Art & Politics, online lecture

Bennett, J. (2010)
Vibrant Matter – a political ecology of things. US: Duke University Press

Berlant, L. (2010) ‘The Affect Theory Reader’ Melissa Gregg & Gregory J. Seigworth (ed)
Cruel Optimism. Durham NC: Duke University Press

Bhabha, H. K. (1994)
The location of Culture. NY: Routledge

Bollas, C. (1997) Being a Character: Psychoanalysis and Self Experience (1st ed)
Cruising in the homosexual Arena. UK: Routledge

Braidotti, R. (2013)
The Posthuman. UK: Polity Press

Caputo, J. D. (2013)
Truth – the Search for Wisdom in the Postmodern Age. UK: Penguin Random House

Chave, A. C. (2000)
Minimalism and Biography. The Art Bulletin, Vol 82, No 1, 2000

Chave, A. C. (1992) ‘Art in Modern Culture: An anthology of critical texts’ Francis Frascina & Jonathan Harris (ed)
Minimalism and the Rhetoric of Power. Arts Magazine, Vol 64, No 5, 1990

Curtis, A. (2016)
HyperNormalisation. BBC documentary

Curtis, A. (2016)
Is the Art World Responsible for Trump? Filmmaker Adam Curtis on Why Self-Expression Is Tearing Society Apart. Interview by Loney Abrams: Artspace

Curtis, A. (2002)
The Century of the Self. BBC documentary

Dillon, B. (2014) ‘Objects in This Mirror’ in Brian Dillon (ed.)
Feeling, Feeling. Berlin: Stenberg Press

Dorling, D. (2014)
Inequality and the 1%. UK: Verso

Grudin, R. (2010)
Design and Truth.
New Haven: Yale University Press

Harman, G. (2014)
Objects and the Arts. ICA, online lecture

Hendriks, M. & Novitskova, K. (2014)
Post-Internet Materialism. Metropolis M, No 2, 2014

Hood, B. (2014)
The Domesticated Brain, UK: Penguin Group

Jones, G.(1993) ‘Modern Sculpture Reader’ Jon Wood, David Hulks & Alex Potts (ed)
The object of sculpture. LA: Getty Publications

Klein, N. (2000)
No Logo. UK: Flamingo HarperCollins Publishers Limited.

Kopytoff, I. (1986) ‘The social Life of things – Commodities in cultural perspective’, Arjun Appadurai (ed)
The cultural biography of things: Commoditization as process. UK: Cambridge, University Press

Kurlansky, M. (2003)
Salt: A world History.
UK: Vintage

Lacan, J. (1986) The Ethics of Psychoanalysis 1959-1960 – The seminar of Jacques Lacan, Jacque-Alain Miller (ed.)
Book VII. NY: W. W. Norton & Company

Lacan, J. (1961-1962) Identification – The seminar of Jacques Lacan, Cormac Gallagher (translation)
Book IX. Unpublished

Levine, P. A. (2015)
Traume og Hukommenlse – Hjerne og krop i en søgen efter den levende fortid. DK: Hans Reitzels Forlag, 2017

Mateus, S. (2010)
Public Intimacy. Sphera Pública, issue 10, 2010, Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia

Miller, D. (2010)
Stuff. UK: Polity Press

Mirzoeff, N. (2015)
How to See the World. UK: Penguin Random House

Morton, T. (2013)
Realist Magic: Objects, Ontology, Causality. US: MPublishing University of Michigan Library

Morton, T. (2013)
Hyperobjects – Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the world. US: University of Minnesota Press

Nashashibi, R. (2013)
‘Her eyes and my voice: Performing to objects’, Vanessa Visual & Virginia Verbal in conversation with Rosalind Nashashibi. UK: Hato Press

Pavón-Cuéllar, D. (2014) ‘Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology’, Thomas Teo (ed)
Extimacy. NY: Springer

Ramachandran, V. S. (2011)
The Tell Tale Brain – Unlocking the mystery of Human Nature. UK: Windmill Books

Simon, J. (2013)
Neomaterialism. Berlin: Sternberg Press

Simon O’Sullivan (2013) ‘Visual Culture as Objects and affects’ J. Andrews & S. O’Sullivan (ed)
The Aesthetic Of Affect: Thinking Art Beyond Representation. UK: Stenberg Press

Steyerl, H. (2010)
A thing like you and me. E-flux, online article

Steyerl, H. (2006)
The language of things. Epic net, online article

Scanlan, J. (2001) ‘Design and Art’ in Alex Coles (ed.)
Please, Eat the Daisies. US: The MIT Press

Turkle, S. (2012)
Sherry Turkle: Connected, but alone? TED talks, online lecture

Turkle, S. (2007) ‘Evocative Objects: Things We Think With’, Sherry Turkle (ed)
The things that Matter. UK: The MIT Press

Turkle, S. (2007) ‘Evocative Objects: Things We Think With’, Sherry Turkle (ed)
What Makes An Object Evocative? UK: The MIT Press

Verwoert, J. (2011) ‘Unlimited Sculpture’ in Eva Grubinger & Jörg Heiser (ed)
The Devils Inside the Thing, Speaks to the Devils Outside. UK: Stenberg Press