Video Archive | Conceptualization (10)

Tom Farrage Architectural Implements And...
Eric Owen Moss introduces Farrage, describing the conceptual capacity which he adds to the steel fabrication process. Moss...
Fire In The Library Karen Barad Sheila Pinkel Part One
Eugenia Butler introduces a "Fire in the Library" discussion with physicist and feminist theorist Karen Barad, artist Sheila...
Fire In The Library Karen Barad Sheila Pinkel Part...
Eugenia Butler introduces a "Fire in the Library" discussion with physicist and feminist theorist Karen Barad, artist Sheila...
Fire In The Library Karen Barad Sheila Pinkel Part...
Sheila Pinkel discusses the cultural context of her art practice. Karen Barad discusses mathematical constructs, and the danger...
Fire In The Library Karen Barad Sheila Pinkel Part...
Sheila Pinkel discusses her "Thermonuclear Gardens," a series of didactic "information artworks" devoted to clarifying aspects of...
Fire In The Library Karen Barad Sheila Pinkel Part...
The audience and panelists discuss research practices and politics. They discuss the mathematician Paul Erd?s and eccentric...
Fire In The Library Karen Barad Sheila Pinkel Part Two
The concluding 25 minutes of "Fire in the Library" with Eugenia Butler, Karen Barad, and Sheila Pinkel. They respond to comments...
Fire In The Library Karen Barad Sheila Pinkel Part...
Eugenia Butler continues her Fire in the Library discussion with theoretical quantum physicist Karen Barad, artist Sheila Pinkel,...

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Eric Owen Moss introduces Farrage, describing the conceptual capacity which he adds to the steel fabrication process. Moss describes Farrage as a traditional alumni of the Southern California Institute of Architecture. He comments on Farrage’s commitment to content and ideas, and describes Farrage as an unusual voice in design, engineering, fabrication, implementation and construction processes.


Fire In The Library Karen Barad Sheila Pinkel Part One

Eugenia Butler introduces a “Fire in the Library” discussion with physicist and feminist theorist Karen Barad, artist Sheila Pinkel, and the audience. The group discusses reality, truth, and knowledge. Barad discusses the Newtonian world view as an epistemological frame, and mathematical constructs that seem more real than they are. Pinkel discusses the cultural context of her art practice, stressing her “Thermonuclear Gardens,” a series of didactic “information
artworks” devoted to clarifying aspects of the military-industrial complex.

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Eugenia Butler introduces a “Fire in the Library” discussion with physicist and feminist theorist Karen Barad, artist Sheila Pinkel, and the audience. The group discusses reality, truth, and knowledge. Barad discusses the Newtonian world view as an epistemological frame.


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Sheila Pinkel discusses her “Thermonuclear Gardens,” a series of didactic “information artworks” devoted to clarifying aspects of the military-industrial complex. She discusses her work in Cambodia. She links her work with Karen Barad’s discussion of constructs of reality.


Fire In The Library Karen Barad Sheila Pinkel Part Two

The concluding 25 minutes of “Fire in the Library” with Eugenia Butler, Karen Barad, and Sheila Pinkel. They respond to comments from the audience about reality, truth, and knowledge.

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Eugenia Butler continues her Fire in the Library discussion with theoretical quantum physicist Karen Barad, artist Sheila Pinkel, and members of the audience. The group asks questions about reality, truth, and knowledge. Barad discusses notions of epistemological questions regarding the Newtonian world view.