Bibliography for Paper

Responding to/In Conversation with:

Mott and Roberts (supported by Garrett and Hawkins) “observation of the need for a ‘sustained critical treatment of the range of visual images produced by urban explorers’” (Motts and Roberts 2013, 4).

&

Garrett and Hawkins’ statement that “[f]or the potential production of a politics of urban exploration, we urge an examination of both the representational and the affective forces of these images” (Garrett and Hawkins 2013, 12-13).

&

DeSilvey and Edensor’s suggestion that academic research into urban ruins thus far “opens up scope for non-representational investigations of ruins, which, by drawing on current research into embodied geographies, might moderate the overriding focus on the visual in ruin scholarship and focus attention on the ways in which the material qualities of runs afford particular sensual and affective experiences” (DeSilvey and Edensor, 2012, 480)

FOCUS:  subject-body/place relations and the “imaginative spaces” opened up/the potential for reframing body-environment relationships through their artistic images

With particular focus on:

  • their “deployment of the (often nude) female form” as an artist device that frames body-subject/place relations)
  • “affective intensities” of their images
  • application of non-representational/more-than-representational theories

Specific Archive:

Miru Kim (works of (primary emphasis) and comments made by)

Sarah R. Bloom (works of (primary emphasis) and comments made by)

Sources/Bibliography:

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Bennett, L. (2013, November 28). Entangled bodies: urban exploration, matter and meaning making. In lukebennett 13 wordpress.com blog. Retrieved February 19, 2014, from http://lukebennett13.wordpress.com/2013/11/28/entangled-bodies-urban-exploration-matter-and-meaning-making/#comments

Bloom, S. (2007). A Different View. N.p.: Blurb.

Bloom, S. (2008-2013). Archives. In Sad and Beautiful World PHOTOGRAPHY/ART BLOG OF SARAH R. BLOOM. Retrieved February 20, 2014, from http://www.sadandbeautiful.com/archives.html

Bloom, S. (2011). Self, Abandoned. N.p.: Blurb.

Bloom, S. (2011). Totally Exposed: I Fall and I Rise. Self Published Exhibit Art Compilation.

Bloom, S. (2012, October 9). Urban exploration, Nude Self-portraits, and Me. In Snap My Life. Retrieved February 24, 2014, from http://blog.snapmylife.com/post/33228273020/urban-exploration-nude-self-portraits-and-me

Bloom, S. (2014). About the Artist. In Sad and Beautiful World PHOTOGRAPHY/ART BLOG OF SARAH R. BLOOM. Retrieved February 20, 2014, from http://www.sadandbeautiful.com/about-the-artist.html

Bloom, S. (2014). From the Desk of. In Sarah R. Bloom: Photography. Retrieved February 22, 2014, from http://sarahrbloom.com/artist-blog

Bloom, S. (2014). Selected Exhibitions and Publications. In Sarah R. Bloom: Photography. Retrieved February 20, 2014, from http://sarahrbloom.com/resume

Bloom, S. (2014). Self-portraits. In Sarah R. Bloom: Photography. Retrieved February 22, 2014, from http://sarahrbloom.com/work/self-portraits

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Colls R (2012) Feminism, bodily difference, and non-representational geographies. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers NS 37(3): 430-445

DeSilvey, C., & Edensor, T. (2012). Reckoning with ruins. Progress in Human Geography, 37(6), 465-485.

Edensor T (2006) Social practices, sensual excess, and aesthetic transgression in industrial ruins. In K Frank and Q Stevens (eds) Loose Space: Opportunities for Public Life. London: Routledge.

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Garrett B & Hawkins H (2013)  ‘And now for something completely different… thinking through explorer subject-bodies: A response to Mott and Roberts’. Antipode Discussion Paper, 11 November 2013

Garrett B L (2013) The affectual affordances of industrial urban exploration. In H Orange and S Penrose (eds) Reanimating Industrial Spaces. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press

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