From William Blake through to Iain Sinclair, literature has sought to engage with and transform urban space. Architects now seek the input of poets, and storytelling is employed in urban regeneration. Writing Urban Space investigates this relationship between imaginative writing and the built environment.
A defence of Modernism against its defenders.
An aesthetics of the economy for the twenty-first century.
Examining the recent changes in the labour of an artist and addressing them from the perspective of performance.
A scintillating critical survey of the "cold worlds" of Romantic poetry, black metal, teenage angst and terrorism.
This book proposes a theory of architectural failure; a radical way to approach memory and history in the city.
Where now for the secret, the contemplative, the quiet and subterranean in our cities? The question may no longer be what spaces we wish to engage with but when we do.
Can games be art or is all art a kind of game? A philosophical investigation of play and imaginary things.
There is no absolute truth but there is absolutely everything
The book traces the multiple meanings of art to their various sources, and equips the reader to choose between them.
Levinas Unhinged presents philosopher Emmanuel Levinas as a metaphysician racked by the sensuous, and often terrifying, materiality of existence.