Category Archives: Gaston Gordillo

Gastón Gordillo on Forensis: The Architecture of Public Truth

Gastón Gordillo has posted the introduction of his review of the Forensis collection, directed by Eyal Weizman. The full review essay will appear in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space in early 2015.

Posted in Eyal Weizman, Gaston Gordillo, Society and Space | Leave a comment

Gastón Gordillo – ‘Passion for Terrain’; Léopold Lambert – ‘Spinozist Body/Terrain’

There is an interesting piece by Gastón Gordillo on ‘Passion for Terrain’ at his Space and Politics blog. It’s mainly about wingsuit flying, but indicates some of the arguments of his book in progress Opaque Planet: Outline of a Theory … Continue reading

Posted in Conferences, Gaston Gordillo, Territory | Leave a comment

Two sessions on ‘Terrain’ at the Chicago AAG – organised by Stuart Elden and Gastón Gordillo

Despite the AAG website meltdown, Gastón Gordillo and I have organised two sessions on Terrain for the Chicago Association of American Geographers meeting in April 2015. These sessions seeks to think critically, theoretically, and politically about the question of terrain. This … Continue reading

Posted in Conferences, Derek Gregory, Gaston Gordillo, Politics, Territory | 5 Comments

Books received – Querrien, Recherches, Gordillo, Piper, Lefebvre

Three books linked to Michel Foucault’s collaborative work with CERFI; Gastón Gordillo’s Rubble (see my interview with Gastón at societyandspace.com); Karen Piper’s The Price of Thirst; a first edition of Henri Lefebvre’s study of the Pyrenees, and the new issues of … Continue reading

Posted in Books, Gaston Gordillo, Henri Lefebvre, Michel Foucault, Politics, Territory | Leave a comment

Gastón Gordillo, The Politics of Ruins – interview with Léopold Lambert of The Funambulist

A recording of a fascinating discussion between Léopold Lambert and Gastón Gordillo, “The Politics of Ruins: What’s Hidden Under Rubble” at The Archipelago – the podcast platform of The Funambulist. Here’s Léopold’s description of the discussion: In early May, Gastón Gordillo received me at … Continue reading

Posted in Gaston Gordillo, Paul Virilio, Politics, Shakespearean Territories, Territory | Leave a comment

Interview with Gastón Gordillo by Stuart Elden in Society and Space

Over the past few weeks I’ve been working on an interview with Gastón Gordillo, Professor of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia, and the author of several books including Landscapes of Devils: Tensions of Place and Memory in the Argentinean Chaco and the forthcoming Rubble: … Continue reading

Posted in Gaston Gordillo, Politics, Society and Space, Territory | Leave a comment

Gastón Gordillo on The Oceanic Void

Fascinating preview of a piece by Gastón Gordillo on ‘The Oceanic Void‘ which is forthcoming in an edited book on Deleuze and space, and also part of his planned book on the theory of terrain. Among other things it engages with the … Continue reading

Posted in Gaston Gordillo, John Protevi, Levi Bryant, Philip Steinberg | 2 Comments

Gastón R. Gordillo, Rubble – coming in August 2014

Duke University Press have a page up for Gastón R. Gordillo‘s new book Rubble: The Afterlife of Destruction. Little there yet, beyond an August 2014 publication date, and this endorsement from Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing: At the edges of the dreamscapes put … Continue reading

Posted in Gaston Gordillo | Leave a comment

Ann Laura Stoler (ed.) Imperial Debris: On Ruins and Ruination

I missed this when it came out in June, but an important looking collection edited by Ann Laura Stoler, Imperial Debris: On Ruins and Ruination has been published by Duke University Press. Imperial Debris redirects critical focus from ruins as evidence of … Continue reading

Posted in Ann Laura Stoler, Books, Gaston Gordillo | 1 Comment

Gastón Gordillo’s Rubble gets closer

At his Space and Politics blog, Gastón Gordillo has posted the backcover text for his book Rubble: The Afterlife of Destruction – forthcoming with Duke University Press. He also notes that there is a longer summary of the book here. I’ll be interviewing … Continue reading

Posted in Gaston Gordillo, Society and Space | Leave a comment