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TICKLE YOUR CATASTROPHE!
Imagining Catastrophe in Art, Architecture and Philosophy
Frederik Le Roy, ed.; Nele Wynants, ed.; Dominiek Hoens, ed.; Robrecht Vanderbeeken, ed.

Academia Press



Contents

INTRODUCTION
• RUIN VALUE
• Catastrophe and its Fallout - Notes on Cataclysms, Art and Aesthetics, 1755–1945 – Dirk De Meyer
• Ruins & Reconstructions - Eroding Modernism in the Work of Robert Smithson, Gordon Matta-Clark and Luc Deleu – Johan Pas
• In Ruins – Nicolas de Oliveira & Nicola Oxley
• STATE OF EMERGENCY
• Corresponding Catastrophes - Walter Benjamin on Allegory and History – Thijs Lijster
• The Worst is Yet to Come – Dany Nobus
• Mapping the Present Through Catastrophe - On Philip K. Dick Science Fiction and the Critique of Ideology – Eli Noé
• MEDIA DISASTER
• It Takes Place When It Doesn’t - Catastrophe in Performance – Patrick Primavesi
• “It is as if ... a catastrophe overcame the canvas” - Deleuze and the Pictorial Set-Up – Vlad Ionescu
• The Most Dangerous Film in the World – Susan Schuppli
• Live True Life or Die Trying – Naeem Mohaiemen
• WORST-CASE SCENARIO
• The Mad Max phase of Globalization – Lieven De Cauter
• Dr. Strangelove, I Presume - On the Relation of Scenarios and Paranoia – Christian Salewski
• Emergence vs. Emergency - How Knowledge Must Follow Fashion – Pedro Gadanho
• CONTRIBUTORS

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