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Summer School Bibliography

Benjamin, W. (2007) Archives. London: Verso.

Dennett, D. (2014) Intuition Pumps and Other Tools for Thinking. London: Penguin.

Elkins, J. (1999) The Object Stares Back: On the Nature of Seeing. Boston: Thomson Learning.

Fisher, E. and Fortnum, R. (2013) On Not Knowing: How Artists Think. London: Black Dog.

Gauntlett, D. (2011) Making is Connecting: The Social Meaning of Creativity, from DIY and Knitting to YouTube and Web 2.0. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Godfrey, M., Biesenbach, K. and Greenberg, K. (eds) (2010) Francis Alys: A Story of Deception. London: Tate Publishing.

Elms, A and Huberman, A. (2011) Stop.Stop.Stop.Stop. New York: The Artist’s Institute. Available online. 

Huberman, A. (2007) ‘I (not) love information’ in Afterall, Autumn/Winter 2007. Available online. 

Huberman, A. (2011) ‘Take Care’ in Abu ElDahab, M. Choi, B. and Pethick, E. (eds) (2011) Circular Facts. New York: Sternberg Press. Available online.

Huberman, A. (2007) Naïve Set Theory. Available online. 

Ingold, T. (2013) ‘The Maze and the Labyrinth: Walking and the Education of Attention’ in Walk-On: From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff. Art Editions North, University of Sunderland.

Ingold, T. (2013) Making: Anthropology, Archaeology, Art and Architecture. Abingdon: Routledge.

Kaprow, A. (1996) Essays on the Blurring of Art and Life. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Kester, G. (2004) Conversation Pieces. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Kharms, D. (2006) Incidences. London: Serpent’s Tail.

Laing, R. D. (1972) Knots. London: Vintage Books.

Magee, B. (2000) The Great Philosophers: An Introduction to Western Philosophy. Oxford: Oxford Paperbacks.

Mollin, D. and Reardon, J. (eds) (2009) Ch-ch-ch-changes: Artists Talking About Teaching. London: Ridinghouse Publishers.

Munari, B. (2009) Design as Art. London: Penguin.

O’Doherty, B. (2008) Studio and Cube: On the Relationship between Where Art is Made and Where Art is Displayed. Princeton: Princeton Architectural Press.

Pallasmaa, J. (2009) The Thinking Hand: Existential and Embodied Wisdom in Architecture. London: John Wiley & Sons.

Perec, G. (2009) Thoughts of Sorts. Boston: David R. Godine Publishers.

Pile, S. and Thrift, N. (2000) City A-Z: Urban Fragments. Abingdon: Routledge.

Raunig, G. (2010) A Thousand Machines: A Concise Philosophy of the Machine as Social Movements. Semiotext(e).

Schmitz, E. (2010) ‘Some Turn and Some Don’t (on setups)’ in O’Neill, P. and Wilson, M (eds) Curating and the Educational Turn. London: Open Editions and Amsterdam: de Appel.

Sennett, R. (2013) Together: The Rituals, Pleasures and Politics of Cooperation. London: Penguin.

Sennett, R. (2009) The Craftsman. London: Penguin.

Wesseling, J. (ed) (2011) See It Again, Say It Again: The Artist as Researcher. Amsterdam: Valiz.

Zizek, S. (2014) Event: Philosophy in Transit. London: Penguin.

(Appendix 1) Methodology

Method of sharing information
We will use a visualiser to project texts, drawings printouts (sourced).
We will print everything from the blog and stack it as a starting point. This will enable us to reach for things and project them quickly and live. Avoiding a fixed presentation.

During the week when something is found, used and projected from a book or text we will photograph it or photocopy it to add to the stack.

Method of taking notes
The blackboard becomes a place where information about the speakers, questions that are raised and information that is offered is noted.

Method of reflecting
A Pause or a Stop will be indicated by Jo or Tash writing on of those words on the visualiser. The first person to notice this will pass on the word to the others. The group will down tools and recall and record a conversation that they have “noticed” This should be written on the black board and photographed, prompting a discussion.

Method of learning
We acknowledge all participants and contributors as experts/non experts, teachers and learners, without hierarchy.