SECTION I: Architecture Against Death
SECTION II: From Utopia to Poesis
SECTION III: Vita Nuova


Interfaces n° 21/22, Issue 1, Front Cover
Bioscleave House, 1999-2004
Interfaces n° 21/22, Issue 1, Back Cover
Bioscleave House, 1999-2004
Interfaces n° 21/22, Issue 2, Front Cover
Bioscleave House, 1999-2004
Interfaces n° 21/22, Issue 2, Back Cover
Bioscleave House, 1999-2004
Musuem of Living Body, 2004

 

SECTION I: Architecture Against Death (click on the image to see a larger view)
Lazer [Unreferenced]
Reversible Destiny Lofts, 2004
Computer generated model
Lecercle - A [Direct reference]
Localization and Transference, [ 1 2 3 4 ]
Arakawa & Gins, The Mechanism of Meaning, 1963-1973
acrylic, pencil, and wood ruler on canvas
Lecercle - B [Indirect reference to catalogue]
Catalogue Cover
Reversible Destiny: We Have Decided Not To Die.
Arakawa and Madeline Gins.
New York: Guggenheim Museum Publications, 1997
Lecercle - C [Unreferenced]
Isle of Reversible Destiny -- Fukuoka
Fukuoka, Japan 2003-200_
Lecercle - D [Unreferenced]
Detail of Isle of Reversible Destiny--Fukuoka
Fukuoka, Japan 2003-200_
Lecercle - E [Unreferenced]
Critical Holder Chart 1, 1985-91
C.G. Print
Glazebrook [Unreferenced]
Bioscleave House/Gallman Residence Bathroom, 2004
Computer generated model
Ihde - A [Direct reference]
Presentation of Ambiguous Zones, [ 1 2 3 4 5 ]
Arakawa & Gins, The Mechanism of Meaning, 1963-1973
acrylic and pencil on canvas
Ihde - B [Direct reference]
Untitled (1963-4)
Arakawa
pencil and acrylic on canvas
Hansen [Unreferenced]
Isle of Reversible Destiny -- Fukuoka, Japan 2003
Computer generated model
Kawamoto - A [Direct reference]
Reassembling, [ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ]
Arakawa & Gins, The Mechanism of Meaning, 1963-1973
Acrylic, cardboard, lightbulb, lightbulb socket, painted ducktape on canvas
Kawamoto - B [Direct reference to Site of Reversible Destiny] also referenced in Kolb
Elliptical Field
Site of Reversible Destiny
Yoro Park, Gifu Prefecture, Japan 1993-95
Kawamoto - C [Direct reference to Critical Resemblances House] also referenced in Shaneen
Critical Resemblances House, Site of Reversible Destiny
Yoro Park, Gifu Prefecture, Japan 1993-95
Kawamoto - D [Direct reference]
Ubiquitous Site * Nagi's Ryoanji *Architectural Body
Nagi Museum of Contemporary Art Nagi, Japan 1992-1994
Kawamoto - E [Direct reference to exterior of Nagi]
Ubiquitous Site * Nagi's Ryoanji *Architectural Body
Nagi Museum of Contemporary Art Nagi, Japan 1992-1994
Shapiro [Unreferenced]
Housing Module Study, 2001
Computer generated model
McCaffrey - A [Direct Reference]
Antimortality Fractal Zipper City
Studies for Reversible Destiny/Sensorium City (Tokyo Bay), 1992
Computer generated model
McCaffrey - B [Indirect Reference to "multilevel labyrinth" and direct reference]
Terrain Study Model no. 2, 1985
Basewood, cardboard, foam rubber, paint, plaster, end Styrofoam
16"x17"x49"
McCaffrey - C [Direct reference to pitched furniture with tilted floors of Infancy House] also referenced in Shaneen
Proposal board for Infancy House, 1989
Computer generated model
McCaffrey - D [Indirect reference to rubber labyrinths]
Rubber Labyrinth, Critical Resemblances, 1979-91.
Colored rubber, tin, and velvet, approximately 13 feet high, 22 feet
in diameter
McCaffrey - E [Direct Reference to Inflected Arcade House]
Reversible Destiny Houses.
Proposal for Inflected Arcade House, 1989
Computer generated model
McCaffrey - F [Direct reference to Critical Resemblances House]
Reversible Destiny Houses
Proposal board for Critical Resemblances House, 1985
Computer generated model
McCaffrey - G Ubiquitous Site House
Reversible Destiny Houses.
Proposal board for Ubiquitous Site House, 1992
Computer generated model
McCaffrey - H [Indirect Reference to Baby pictures]
Architecturally Induced Effusion Studies, 1996-7

Muxfeldt [Unreferenced]
Study for Infancy House -- Light Chaos, 1989
Computer Generated Model