Seeing, feeling, and showing ‘bodies-in-place’ – videography and the body

A new paper co-authored with Michael Glass, accepted (finally... bit of an epic story there) in Social and Cultural Geography here. You can also access an eprint here. Seeing, feeling, and showing ‘bodies-in-place’: exploring reflexivity and the multisensory body through videography This paper considers the challenge of representing embodied, multisensory experience of ‘bodies-in-place’ through film, an... Continue Reading →

An ecology of sensing: tracking embodied processes for science, fun, and profit

A talk in the joint CMU-University of Pittsburgh 'Environmental Humanities Research Seminar'. My paper was delivered and there was a response by Jesse Stiles, Assistant Professor of Sound Media at CMU and an accomplished sound artist and musician. The paper was based on my invited submission to Resilience: A journal of the Environmental Humanities, a Special... Continue Reading →

Talk at MIT, Feb 23rd

See MIT calendar for announcement and details. MIT Department of Architecture / Spring 2018 Lecture Series Design & Computation Series, organized by PhD student Athina Papadopoulou with Prof. Terry Knight "Architectures of the Oculomotor: Body Motility, Ocular Processes, and the Perception of the Built Environment" When it comes to perceiving the built environment, a static model of vision has been the... Continue Reading →

Architecture of Sensation

An article just published in Body and Society, titled 'Architecture of Sensation: Affect, Motility and the Oculomotor'. It appears in an issue with an essay by Juhanni Pallasmaa, the Finnish architect, who I quote and feature in my article, quite some synchrony there. There is also an essay by the managing editor of the journal, Tomoko Tamari,... Continue Reading →

Talk at Temple University, Feb 23rd

An upcoming talk in the Architecture division of the Tyler School of Art, Temple University. February 23rd. The title of the talk: 'The Architecture of the Oculomotor: Body Motility, Ocular Processes, and the Perception of the Built Environment', based on my recently-published paper for Body and Society.

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