Hélène Frichot


Dr Hélène Frichot is an Assistant Professor in Critical Studies of Architecture, School of Architecture, KTH. She is co-curator with Esther Anatolitis of the Architecture + Philosophy Public Lecture Se - ries, which commenced in 2005 (http://architecture.testpattern.com. au) and developed into a research group in the School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University. She is an editor of Deleuze and Archi - tecture, forthcoming (May 2013) with Edinburgh University Press. Recent publications include: “Following Hélène Cixous’s Steps T o - wards a Writing Architecture” in Naomi Stead and Lee Stickells guest editors, ATR (Architecture Theory Review), 15:3 (2010); “On Finding Oneself Spinozist: Refuge, Beatitude and the Any-Space-Whatever”, in Charles J. Stivale, Eugene W. Holland, Daniel W. Smith eds., Gilles Deleuze: Image and Text (Continuum Press, 2009)


Project(s)


Publications (since 2011)

Books:
Hélène Frichot and Stephen Loo, eds, Deleuze and Architecture (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2013).*

Elizabeth Grierson, Harriet Edquist, Hélène Frichot, eds, De-Signing Design: Cartographies of Theory and Practice, Textures: Philosophy, Literature, Culture, Hugh Silverman, series editor (Lexington Books. In Press).

Book Chapters:
‘Deleuze and the Story of the Superfold’ in Hélène Frichot and Stephen Loo, eds, Deleuze and Architecture (Edinburgh University Press, 2013).*

“Mapping an Ethico-Aesthetics for Wet Biotechnological Architectures” in Elizabeth Grierson, Harriet Edquist, Hélène Frichot, eds, De-Signing Design: Cartographies of Theory and Practice, Textures: Philosophy, Literature, Culture, Hugh Silverman, series editor (Lexington Books. In Press).

Peer Reviewed Journal Essays:
Hélène Frichot, Julieanna Preston, Michael Spooner, Sean Pickersgill, Zuzana Kovar, Ceri Hann, Megg Evans ‘An Antipodean Imaginary for Architecture+Philosophy: Ficto-Critical Approaches to Design Practice Research’ in Footprint, special issue, Architecture Culture and the Question of Knowledge: Doctoral Research Today, Issue 10/11, Spring 2012. http://www.footprintjournal.org/issues/current*

“Daddy, Why do things have outlines? Constructing the Architectural Body” in Inflections online journal, (2013). http://www.senselab.ca/inflexions/

“The Stockholm Bubble: Material Assemblages and Ecologies of Affect” in Nordic: Journal of Architecture, No. 3, Vol. 2 Winter 2012, pp. 40-46.*

“The Forgetting of the Ethics of Immanence”, in Architectural Theory Review, Emergence and Architecture, special issue, Vol. 7, Issue 1, 2012.*

“Drawing, Thinking, Doing: From Diagram Work to the Superfold” in ACCESS, 30 (2011).*

“What can we learn form the Bubble Man and his Atmospheric Ecologies” in IDEA: Interior Ecologies (2011), pp. 102-113.*

“When Things Get Wild” in Kerb: Journal of Landscape Architecture, 19 (2011), pp. 56-59.

Non-Peer Reviewed Journal Essays
‘Conexa, Conjuncta, Disjuncta: What Can a Monument Do? Book Review: Adrian Parr, Deleuze and Memorial Culture: Desire, Singular Memory, and the Politics of Trauma,’ Rethinking the Monument, Future Anterior, vol. 8, no. 2 (Winter 2012): pp. 74-86.

‘Michelle Hamer: One Stitch at a Time’ in Louis Mannie Leoni, ed. 05401, (01.2012), pp. 17-19, 25-26.

With Adrien Allen and Bridie Lunney, “Suspension Test for Three Voices”, in unMagazine, Issue 5.2, Melbourne: Projects Inc., 2011, pp. 82-89.

“Design Thinking in the Beehive” in Artichoke 36 (2011), p. 97.

Professional Journal reviews:
“Desire and Identity: The Architecture of Chancellor and Patrick,” review in Architecture Australia vol. 11, no. 3 (May, June 2011), pp. 17, 18.

“CAE, Flinders Lane Melbourne: An Invitational Architecture” in Artichoke 35 (2011), pp. 118-120.

Art Catalogues Essays:
“Here with You” in Rhett D’Costa, Fran Van Riemsdyk, Robin Kingston, Here With You, Stockroom, Kyneton, Victoria, 18 June – 10 July 2011.

“The weight of architecture” in Bridie Lunney, Suspension Test, Conical Gallery, Melbourne, March 5-26, 2011.

Creative Project Work:
“A Fringe of Leaves for Simone Weil” in Elizabeth Presa, curator, Simone Weil: Decreation, West Space Gallery, Melbourne (8 August-3 September, 2011).

Conference papers presented:
With Rochus Hinkel, Keely Macarrow, ‘Homefulness: A Report’, Homelessness Conference, University of Lund, 12-14 April, 2013.*

“Architecture, Dissidence, and the Formula I would prefer not to…” in Architecture and the Paradox of Dissidence, AHRA (Architecture Humanities Research Association), Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Design, London Metropolitan University, 15-17th November 2012.*

With Stephen Loo, “C’est la voix: The voice of exhausted architecture,” Kaifeng International Deleuze Conference, Henan University, Kaifeng, Henan, China, May 18, 2012–May 21, 2012*

“Bartlebess Struggles for her Right to the City” in The Right to the City conference, convened by Dr Lee Stickells, University of Sydney, 8-9 April 2011. http://www.therighttothecity.com/symposium.html*

Manuscripts

Book Chapters:
"Architectural Events, Posthuman Landscapes, and Things…", in Jane Jacobs and Stephen Cairns, eds, Architecture/Geography: Inter-disciplining Space, Re-Imagining Space, Re-Imagining Territory, London: Routledge, forthcoming.

"Gentri-Fiction and our (E)States of Reality: On the Exhaustion of the Image of Thought and the Fatigued Image of Architecture", in The Missed Encounter of Radical Philosophy with Architecture, London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming.

"A Postscipt From Bartlebess: How to Perform Creative Resistance in the Workplace", in Peg Rawes, ed., Poetic Biopolitics, London: I.B., Tauris, forthcoming."

Peer Reviewed Essays:
‘Matthew Barney Scales the Interior of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum, New York’ in Anna Hickey-Moody and Tomothy Laurie, guest eds. Geophilosophies of Masculinity: Re-mapping gendered configurations of politics, aesthetics and knowledge, in Angelaki, forthcoming.

Hélène Frichot and Sara Vall with Sara Brolund De Carvalho, Döne Delibas, Oskar Gudehn, Matilde Kautsky, Anna Kulin, Katla Maríudóttir, Alistair Nancarrow, Malena Norlin, ‘Urban Biopower Stockholm and the Biopolitics of Creative Resistance’ in Field Journal, University of Sheffield, submitted for consideration.

Book Chapters:
'Architectural Events, Posthuman Landscapes, and Things…', in Jane Jacobs and Stephen Cairns, eds, Architecture/Geography: Inter-disciplining Space, Re-Imagining Space, Re-Imagining Territory, London: Routledge, forthcoming.

'Gentri-Fiction and our (E)States of Reality: On the Exhaustion of the Image of Thought and the Fatigued Image of Architecture', in The Missed Encounter of Radical Philosophy with Architecture, London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming.

'A Postscipt From Bartlebess: How to Perform Creative Resistance in the Workplace', in Peg Rawes, ed., Poetic Biopolitics, London: I.B., Tauris, forthcoming.