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Researcher: Hornblow, M (Dr Michael Hornblow)

Fields of Research

Architecture
Built Environment and Design
Political Theory and Political Philosophy
Performing Arts and Creative Writing
Poststructuralism
Electronic Media Art
Experimental Economics
Architectural History and Theory
Design Innovation
Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
Film, Television and Digital Media
Performance and Installation Art
Landscape Architecture

Research Objectives

Expanding Knowledge through Studies of the Creative Arts and Writing
Expanding Knowledge in Built Environment and Design
Education and Training
Understanding Asia's Past
Expanding Knowledge in Economics
Technological Ethics
Climate and Climate Change
Religion and Ethics
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Social Ethics
Pedagogy
Expanding Knowledge in Education

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

5 foot way: cross-cultural collaboration and participatory process; Creative Arts and Design Professional Program 2017
5FootWay
5FootWay; International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA 2016)
garg{oy}le; AG3 Online: The Third International Arakawa and  Gins Conference: Architecture and Philosophy
A Sahara in the Head: The Problem of Landing; Inflexions
alchemical probes; Intervening in the Anthropo[S]cene A PSi Performance+Design Working Group Event
Bursting bodies of thought: Artaud and Hijikata; Performance Paradigm
Colloquium “Improvisation, Collective Action, and the Arts of Activism; Experience in process: Launching and Landing
Entry Ways; Inflexions
How to un-perform design and un-design performance; Design and Performance Workshop: An Experimental Workshop at The American University of Paris
O’megaville: Excursions in Planetary Urbanism; ISEA 2015
Participatory Procession for Public Kitchen
So Soon Too Late – affective shifts in a Ketl; Immediations
Society of Molecules: futuring bodies; Inflexions
Special Affects: Compositing Images in the Bodies of Butoh
Sponging the Chair: Diagramming Affect through Architecture and Performance
The Body is a Wall: Towards the bio-construction of topological bodies across Architecture and Performance; SEAM Symposium
Trilogy Derivatives; Distributing the Insensible: Performing the Anarchive

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision