Introduction PART 01 MAPPING THE FIELD 1. Architecture: A Dualistic Paradigm 2. Abject(ion) in Architecture and Kristeva's Theory of Abjection PART 02 TOWARDS A PRODUCTIVE NOTION OF ABJECT(ION) IN ARCHITECTURE 3. Abject(ion) as Event Project 3.1. Bodyabject(ion)space: a collection of contracts 4. Abject(ion) as Process Project 4.1. The Tea Room 5. Abject(ion) in the Realm of Matter and Affect Project 5.1. Transfer Pillows PART 03 ARCHITECTURE IN ABJECT(ION) 6. Heterogeneous Bodies
A radical rethinking of architecture theory and the way we think about space and its inhabitants, abjection and organisms.
Zuzana Kovar is a lecturer in architecture at Griffith University, Australia, where she teaches design and contemporary architectural theory. She is also co-director of the practice ZUZANA&NICHOLAS architects, who are engaged in a range of commercial project work, exhibition work and research.