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Edited by A.-Chr. Engels-Schwarzpaul and Lucy Holmes
Gen-ius/Gen-ealogy, explores genius and genealogy as common threads within architecture and art. It also features the first English translation, by Laurence Simmons, of Giorgio Agamben’s 2004 essay “Genius”, a text that provided many contributors with a common platform for their reflections on genius and genealogy.
Genius, Genus, Genealogy: Hejduk’s Potential Angels
Plan Obus and Vipcity, as from Father to Son
Constructing the Architect of the Italian Renaissance
Signature Effects: John Soane and the Mark of Genius
Mistresses and Others: The “body as subject” in (architectural) discourse
“I AM”: Colin McCahon Genius or Apostle
Non-refereed Papers, Projects, Reviews, Translations
Genius (translation by Laurence Simmons)
The Passion of Ignorance
Carved Histories: Rotorua Ngäti Tarawhai Woodcarving
Genius and Genealogy
Indifference as a Subversive Strategy
A Marriage of Convenience?