Joyce Carol Oates, “Against Nature” (1988).
Benjamin H. D. Buchloh, “Conceptual Art 1962–1969: From the Aesthetics of Administration to the Critique of Institutions,” October 55 (1990): 105–43.
See, for instance, Sylvia Lavin’s discussion of the status of the document in Rem Koolhaas’s curation of the Fourteenth Venice Architecture Biennale. Lavin, “Too Much Information,” Artforum 53, no. 1 (September 2014): 347–53, on 398.
Giovanna Borasi, “The Other Architect: Another Way of Building Architecture,” in The Other Architect (Montreal: Canadian Centre for Architecture, 2015), 362.
See Lucia Allais, “The Real and the Theoretical, 1968,” Perspecta 42 (2010): 27–41.
Borasi, “The Other Architect” (note 5), 365.
Here I refer to a point about leftist resistance made by writer Sara Marcus: “I think that people who come into a leftist state of mind, often that comes in part from having a strong ability to identify with whoever is being left out of something, and that can very easily spill into assuming that you, too, are being left out of something. That feeling isn’t necessarily coming from the outside; it’s coming from one’s own keen observations and analyses of the ways insides and outsides get constructed.” See “An Interview with Sara Marcus,” Nassau Weekly
, March 28, 2015, http://www.nassauweekly.com/an-interview-with-sara-marcus/
(accessed March 16, 2017).
How to Cite This Article: Choi, Esther. “Insides and Outsides,” review of The Other Architect: Another Way of Building Architecture, curated by Giovanna Borasi. Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, QC, October 27, 2015 – April 10, 2016. JAE Online. May 17, 2017. https://jaeonline.org/issue-article/insides-and-outsides/.