Writing.Editing.Publishing

WRITING

‘James Dyson’,  ‘Jonathan Ive’,  ‘Clive Sinclair’,  ‘Karl and Bertha Benz’,  ‘Ferdinand Porsche’,  ‘Bruno Sacco’ and ‘Peter Behrens’ in The Bloomsbury Dictionary of Design (London: Bloomsbury, 2015).

‘The Sony Walkman (Nobutoshi Kihara, 1978)’, in Grace Lees-Maffei (ed.) Iconic Designs: 50 Stories About 50 Objects (London: Berg, 2014).

Once, Upon An Object‘, Exhibition Essay, You And That Thing There, APT Gallery, Deptford SE8 4SA. 14 February-3 March 2014.

‘On Images Running Away With Themselves: Or, Networking with Tubes and Cylinders’ for UCL 100 Hours Project, Response #4, 29 January 2014. [LINK]

‘I Was Not There’ for UCL 100 Hours Project, Response #3, 16 January 2014. [LINK]

‘Failure, Risk and The Horror of Negation’, UCL 100 Hours Project, Response #2, 22 November 2013. [LINK]

Making Ways of Seeing: An Interview with Mike Dibb and Richard Hollis,’ in  Journal of Visual Culture 11(2), 2012, pp.59-74.

Writing Acts: The Rise of Mechanised Writing and the Body of Modernity, 1711-1905, PhD Thesis, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, Kingston University London, 2012. [Writing Acts Contents PDF]

‘Spirit Writing Machines’ in Paperweight: A Newspaper of Visual and Material Culture: Ghosts 1(2). London: Polygraphia, 2011. pp.16.

‘Take a Run and Jump: Parkour and Suburban Architecture’ in KIOSK: An Annual of Art, Design and Architecture 03 – Activism. London: Kingston University, 2009. pp.86-91.

‘Interrobang, for the incredibility of modern life; or How to Punctuate the Zeitgeist’ in KIOSK: An Annual of Art, Design and Architecture 02 – Internationalism. London: Kingston University, 2008. pp.24-28.

‘The Fourth Wall of Retail Space: An Architectural Exploration of The Apple Store’ in KIOSK: An Annual of Art, Design and Architecture 01 – Politics . London: Kingston University, 2007. pp.92.

EDITING

with Marquard Smith, Journal of Visual Culture: The Archives Issue 12(3), December 2013.

Texts Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme (in conversation with Tom Holert) The Archival Multitude // susan pui san lok RoCH Fans and Legends (Entries) // Marquard Smith Theses on the Philosophy of History: The Work of Research in the Age of Digital Searchability and Distributability // Uriel Orlow Archives of Stone, Archives of Air // Chris Horrocks Disinterring the Present: Science Fiction, Media Technology and the Ends of the Archive // Shezad Dawood Piercing Brightness as an Exploration of the An-archic Imaginary (in conversation with Mark Bartlett) // Sas Mays Between Pandora and Diogenes: Fox Talbot and the Gender of Archives // Nina Lager Vestberg Ordering, Searching, Finding // Gary Hall The Unbound Book: Academic Publishing in the Age of the Infinite Archive Events Trevor Paglen The Last Pictures

with Raiford Guins and susan pui san lok, Journal of Visual Culture: Ways of Seeing 40th Anniversary Issue 11(2), August 2012.

Editorial Raiford Guins Penguins are often reproduced with words around them // Texts Ben Highmore ‘Then Turn the Page’: Berger by the Book // Griselda Pollock Muscular Defences // Guy Julier Economies of Seeing // Martin Jay Ways of Seeing at Forty // Jennifer A. González Calculated Oversight? Resisting Race in Ways of Seeing// Jill H. Casid Cis // Mieke Bal S-words // Clive Dilnot Seven Characteristics of Ways of Seeing // Marita Sturken Ways of Seeing, Practices of Looking // Geoffrey Batchen Australian Ways of Seeing // Tom Overton 1972 // Lisa Cartwright Ways of Seeing and Ways of the Hand //Louis Kaplan Lesson One: Venus in the Light of Visual Culture // Tara McPherson Lessons Learned While Teaching Ways of Seeing// Adrian Rifkin Is Berger Burning, Still? // Laurie Beth Clark ‘This comment has been flagged as spam’ //Peter Lunenfeld XL // Interview Juliette Kristensen Making Ways of Seeing: A Conversation with Mike Dibb and Richard Hollis // Archivery susan pui san lok Making Ways // Events susan pui san lok Editorial // Julian Stallabrass Ways of Selling // Sonia Boyce Performing Being Looked At // Ming Wong Life of Imitation – Paintings // John Timberlake ‘The sky has no surface and is intangible; the sky cannot be turned into a thing or given a quantity’ // Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin Afterlife

with Matt Lodder and Rebecca Onion, Paperweight: A Newspaper of Visual and Material Culture: Ghosts 1(2). London: Polygraphia, April 2011.

Texts Nicholas Mirzoeff on Networked Revolution // Duncan Grewcock with Fragments from a Slippery City // Fashion Notes from Katherine Feo Kelly on Missing Persons // James Thurgill on Immaterialising Things // Paul Atkinson on The Ghost in the Machine // The Library at Babel on Ghosts // Nina Lager Vestberg on Phantophotography // Chris Horrocks on The Reincarnation of Watt’s Workshop // Arvind Ethan David on Spook, Memory // David R.J. Stent on Inch, Bold Ghost // Harriet Riches on Most Haunted // susan pui san lok on NEWS // J.C.Kristensen on Spirit Writing Machines // Rebecca Onion’s Some Notes on Toys, with Faraway Fronts, Close to Home.

with Matt Lodder and Rebecca Onion, eds. Paperweight: A Newspaper of Visual and Material Culture: Screen 1(1). London: Polygraphia, October 2010. [Digital Edition March 2013, available on iTunes.]

Texts Mervyn Heard on Smoke Screens // Øyvind Vågnes on The President Dying on the Big Screen // Matt Lodder on Televising the Tattoo // Marquard Smith on Web 3.0: Metadata R Us // The Library at Babel on Holmes // Howard Pensly on Boatology // Zoe Hendon on Sun and Screens // Laine Nooney on Screening Her Out // Geo Takach on Writing Between Stage and Screen // Paul Micklethwaite on Screen Ecology // Scientific Encounters with Alexander Doust // Harriet Riches on Sally Mann’s ‘The Family and The Land’ // Rebecca Onion‘s Some Notes on Toys, with Winky-Dink And You

with P. Micklethwaite, KIOSK: An Annual of Art, Design and Architecture 03 – Activism. London: Kingston University London, 2009. [PDF]

Texts Nancy Tilbury on Digital Skins – Body Atmospheres // Paul Micklethwaite on Malevolent Design // Chris Horrocks on Was ist das? Das ist der Kultur-Kompressor! // Mark Matheson on Promenade Architecturale or Adventures in Corb-Land // Colin Holden on Interior Design – Inferior Design? // Alice Maude-Roxby on Fortune Telling Convention // Andrew Kennedy on The Lighthouse and the Cave – Colonial Views of Britain and India // Fran Carter asks Want Longer Lasting Sex? Try Silicone // Cullinan Richards on Savage School Window Gallery // Catherine McDermott on Project Kingston Africa 2009 // Portia Ungley on Juneau Projects: The Maker’s Hand in Digital Performance Art // Emma Powell on Rejectamenta Collection // Gavin Grindon on Class Struggle in the Graveyard? Art-Activism and Art Institutions // Silvia Gullino on Public Art in the Underground Stations of Naples // Hilton on Design Sucks // Juliette Kristensen on Take a Run and Jump // Dean Kenning on Centre for Useless Splendour

Twelve issues of the Design History Society Newsletter, Nos 113-126, 2005-2008.

with Marquard Smith, KIOSK: An Annual of Art, Design and Architecture 02 – Internationalism. London: Kingston University London, 2008. [PDF]

Editorial by Juliette Kristensen and Marquard Smith Texts Nicholas Tromans on The Future of Orientalism // Louis Nixon on Art Car Boot Fair 2008 // Paul Micklethwaite on The Narrator is an Englishman, Recently Returned from China: Or, Internationalism & Sustainability // Regina Peldszus on Space, The Final Frontier … For Designers // Jake Abrams on You are a peach // Juliette Kristensen on Interrobang, for the Incredibility of Modern Life: Or, How to Punctuate the Zeitgeist // Pablo Helguera with Five Aphorisms After Shaker Dances // Paul Stafford on The Hibakusha’s Portraits // A Correspondent Reports on ‘Living in Britain’ // Anne Massey on Just What Is It That Makes The Independent Group So Different, So Appealing? // Alice Maude-Roxby and Faye Norman on Lost Properties // Ariana Mouyiaris on Aislin // Alexandra Stara on Architecture is no picture // Sarah Jones on Licking the brick // Sancha Briffa on The Wood Effect: Made from Wood –Better than Wood! // Lin Chuan-chu and Leo Duff on Drawing on Landscape // Dave Loder on Click, Click, Click // Jordan McKenzie and Christoph Lueder’s Quadject // Aaron Williamson on Stumbling into the Future Facing the Past.

with Marquard Smith, KIOSK: An Annual of Art, Design and Architecture 01 – Politics. London: Kingston University London, 2007. [PDF]

Editorial by Marquard Smith // Texts Sarah Chaplin on Foyers: Japanese Love Hotels // Jordan McKenzie on Performance, The Urban and Drawins as Process: An Interview // Fiona Banner invites // public works on The Launch of The Folk Float // Paul Micklethwaite on ‘Fucking Futile Gestures’, or Can Sustainability Save Us? // Fashion @ Kingston // Pat Brown and Simon Monroe on Topographies // David Lawrence on The Beauty of a Wipe Clean Surface // Marily Martin on Curating HIV/AIDS at the Iziko South African National Gallery // Geoff Grandfield on In An Age …. // Cullinan + Richards on Documents // Jason Coburn on Adaptation Study // Jack Lohman on The Truth About Museum Design // Chassan Maasn on Shanghigh // Sara Fanelli on Sometimes I Think, Sometimes I Am // Juliette Kristensen on The Fourth Wall of Retail Space: From Cave to Shop to Kiosk.

PUBLISHING

Kristensen, J.C, Matt Lodder and Rebecca Onion, eds., Paperweight: A Newspaper of Visual
and Material Culture: Ghosts 1(2). London: Polygraphia, 2011. [Print]

Kristensen, J.C, Matt Lodder and Rebecca Onion, eds., Paperweight: A Newspaper of Visual
and Material Culture: Screen 1(1). London: Polygraphia. [Digital Edition Published March 2013,
available on iTunes]

Kristensen, J.C, Matt Lodder and Rebecca Onion, eds., Paperweight: A Newspaper of Visual
and Material Culture: Screen 1(1). London: Polygraphia, 2010. [Print]