Reading

This is a list of things I have been reading or seeing, and people I have been speaking with or listening to as part of this project.

Books and Journals

Rousseau, J-J 1979. Reveries of the Solitary Walker, Penguin Classics, Penguin Books, UK. (Peter France translator, first published 1782)

De Botton, A 2003. The Art of Travel, Penguin Books, UK.

Larsen, R 2009, The Selected Works of T. S Spivet, Penguin Press, HC

Danielewski, M Z 2001, House of Leaves, Doubleday, London. (Chapter 5 – Echoes)

Berger, J 1984, and our faces, my heart brief as photos, Bloomsbury, London.

MacLain, S 2000, The Camino, A Pilgrimage of Courage, Pocket Books, London.

Wallis, C (ed) 2009, Richard Long: Heaven and Earth, Catalogue, Tate Publishing, London.

Thoreau, H D, Whitman, W, Burroughs, J & Hazlitt, W 1905, In Praise of Walking, The Simple Life Series No. 20, Arthur C F Field Publishing, London.

Thoreau, H D 1914, Walking, The Riverside Press, London.

McDonough, T 1996, ‘The Derive and Situationist Paris,’ in Andreotti, L&  Xavier, C, Situationists – Art, Politics, Urbanism, Museo d’Art Contemporain de Barcelona.

Rancier, J 2009, Aesthetics and Its Discontents, Polity Press, Cambridge.

Hesse, H 1979, Wandering: Notes and Sketches by Herman Hesse (translated by James Wright), Farrar, Straus & Giroux, New York.

Andreotti, L&  Xavier, C 1996, Situationists – Art, Politics, Urbanism, Museo d’Art Contemporain de Barcelona.

Andreotti, L&  Xavier, C 1996, The Theory of the Derive, Museo d’Art Contemporain de Barcelona.

Ford, S 2005, The Situationist International- A users guide, Black Dog Publishing, London.

Tate, R B & Turville, TT 1995, Two Pilgrim Itineries of the latter Middle Ages, Xantra de Galicia, Ponteredra.

unknown, 2008, Australia and Galicia: Defeating Tyranny and Distance, Antipodas Monographs, Autralia. www.antiopodas.com.au

Germie, S 2006, Galicia: A concise history, University of Wales Press, Cardiff.

March, K (Ed and translator) 1991, An Anthology of Galician Short Stories, Hispanic Literature No.13, The Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston.

Bolitho, H 1940, America Expects – A travel diary, Spottiswoode, London.

Cousineau, P 1998, The Art of Pilgrimage- the seekers guide to making travel sacred, Conari Press, Boston.

Solnit, R 2005, A Field Guide to Getting Lost, Viking, Penguin Group, New York.

Frey, N L 1998, Pilgrim Stories: On and Off the Road to Santiago, University of California Press, California.

Ingold, T 2007, Lines, Routledge, London.

Baker, S 1946, Alone and Loitering: Pages from an Artists Travel Diary 1938-1944, Peter Davies, London.

Malouver, D 2006, The Religion of Reality: Inquiry into the self, art and transcendence, Catholic University of America Press, Washington.

Watson, C 1991, Bricolage Exmachina, Lost Modern Press, Brooklyn.

Maitland, S 2008, A Book of Silence, Granta Publications, London.

Shaver-Crandell, S., Gerson, P & Stones, A 1995, The Pilgrim’s Guide to Santiago de Compostela, A Gazetteer, Harvey Miller Publications, London.

Williams, J & Stones, A (Eds) 1992, A Codex Calixtinus and the Shrine of St James, Gunter Narr Verlag, Tubingen, Germany.

Polanyi, M (edited by Marjorie Grene) 1969, Knowing and Being, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Gerson, P., Shaver-Crandell, A., Krochalis, J & Stones, A (Eds) 1998, The Pilgrim’s Guide: A Critical Edition, I The Manuscripts: Their Creation, Production and Reception, Harvey Miller Publishers, London.

Gerson, P., Shaver-Crandell, A., Krochalis, J & Stones, A (Eds) 1998, The Pilgrim’s Guide: A Critical Edition, II The Text: Annotated English Translation, Harvey Miller Publishers, London.

Mercer, P. 2004, Night Train to Lisbon, Atlantic Books, London.

Sennett, R. 2008, The Craftsman, Penguin Books, London.

Robinson, T. 2006,  Stones of Aran, PILGRIMAGE, New York Review Books, New York.

Exhibitions

Richard Long Heaven and Earth, retrospective exhibition, Tate Britain,  June – Sept 2009 (http://www.tate.org.uk/britain/exhibitions/richardlong/default.shtm)

Telling Tales: Fantasy and Fear in Contemporary Design, Victoria and Albert Museum, 14 July – 18 October, 2009 (http://www.vam.ac.uk/microsites/telling-tales/)

Future Fashion Now, New Design from the Royal College of Art, Victoria and Albert Museum, 2009, (http://www.vam.ac.uk/collections/fashion/Future_Fashion_Now/index.html)

Medals of Dishonour, British Museum, http://www.britishmuseum.org/whats_on/all_current_exhibitions/medals_of_dishonour.aspx

St James, Jaccques Bellage, etching, 1935, British Museum Collection

Mariscal, Drawing Life, Design Museum, London. http://www.designmuseum.org/exhibitions

Inherit the Wind, http://www.oldvictheatre.com/whatson.php

People

Lucy Kimbell (http://www.lucykimbell.com/LucyKimbell/Home.html)

Nina Wakeford (http://www.studioincite.com/people/nina.html)

Guy Julier (http://www.lmu.ac.uk/as/artdesresearch/staff/guy_julier.htm)

Terry Rosenberg (http://www.gold.ac.uk/design/staff/rosenberg/)

Teal Triggs (http://www.lcc.arts.ac.uk/teal_triggs.htm)

Chandra Mukerji, keynote at Objects what matters?
Impersonal Rule: Governance through Things (http://sciencestudies.ucsd.edu/Faculty/mukerji.html)

Patricia Clough, keynote at Objects what matters?
Praying and Playing to the Beat of a Child’s Metronome (http://soc.qc.cuny.edu/faculty/clough/)

Griselda Pollock, keynote at Objects what matters?
Sarah Kofman’s Father’s Pen: Trauma, Transmission and the Strings of Virtuality between the Psychoanalytical and the Aesthetic Understanding of the Object as Link not Lost ((http://www.leeds.ac.uk/fine_art/people/staff/gfsp.html))

Cornelia Parker, public discussion on Medals of Dishonour – www.frithstreetgallery.com/artists/bio/cornelia_parker

Sadie Plant, public discussion on Medals of Dishonour – http://www.contemporarywriters.com/authors/?p=auth107

George Nuku, House Tonganui – http://www.thelondonpaper.com/going-out/event/maori-art-and-the-meeting-house-tonganui-talk/british-museum/03/09/2009

Cameron Tonkinwise, Parsons New School – http://www.newschool.edu/facultyexperts/faculty.aspx?id=23672

Harriet Edquist, RMIT University – http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse/About%20RMIT%2FContact%20Us%2FStaff%2Fby%20campus%2FCity%2FE%2F%3BID=ucud0areg7qo%3BSTATUS=A

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