Recommended reading fold #06 on Re-imagining
Recommended reading on Re-imagining 2022, image taken from the cover of the book ‘On the Necessity of Gardening, an ABC of art, botany and cultivation’ by Laurie Cluitmans Ed., 2021
Photo credits: SEA Foundation
December – March 2022
This recommended reading
list is part of SEA Foundations’
art and sustainability program
in fold #06 on Re-imagining
Find these books in our
library catalogued on Libib.
The library is open for reading
by appointment from 12 – 4 pm
Thursday – Saturday.
The group size is maximised
to 3 persons at the same time.
The library and the study room
are located on the first floor.
Unfortunately, there is no access
for disabled persons.
Publications on Re-imagining
For fold #06 on Re-imagining, we have been inspired by artist, writer and researcher Tessa Zettel and her artistic practice that relates to the fold’s theme: Re-imagining.
Booklist inspired by Tessa Zettel’s practice
Hamilton, J. M, Zettel, T. & Neimanis, A. (2021). Feminist Infrastructure for Better Weathering. Australian Feminist Studies, 36:109, 237-259
Zetttel, T. (2020). Efforts against gravity / prristelyä painovoimaa vastaan. Sydney: Cloudship press.
Povinelli, E. (2022). Routes/Worlds. Aranda, J., Cain-Nielse, K., Vidokle A., & Khan Wood, B. (eds.). Sternberg Press.
Bubandt, N. (2017). Haunted Geologies: Spirits, Stones, and the Necropolitics of the Anthropocene. in Tsing et al (eds.).
Pringle, A. (2017). Establishing New Worlds: The Lichens of Petersham. in Tsing et al (eds.).
Alberto Maggini’s recommended reading
Muñoz, J. E. (2009). Cruising Utopia: The Then and There of Queer Futurity. New York University Press
Ovid (8 AD). The Metamorphoses.
Bourriaud, N. (2022). Inclusions: Aesthetics of the Capitalocene. The Exform. Sternberg Press
Bourriad, N. (2016). The Exform. Verso Books
Kristine White’s recommended reading
Betasamosake-Simpson L 2022). Noopimping, University of Minnesota Press
Eng. D.L., Puar J.K. Left of Queer, (2020). Duke University Press, Journal Issue Social Text
Bell, M. (2021) Appleseed. Custom House.
Grisold, T., Kaiser, A., Hafner, J. (2017). Unlearning before creating new knowledge: A cognitive process. HCISS. University of Hawaii. 4614-4623.
Haake, K. (2018). Assumptions We Might Make About the Post-World. Ricochet Editions.
Latour, B. (2018). Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climate Regime. Polity Press.
McKibben, B. (1989). The End of Nature. New York: Random House
Merleau-Ponty, M. (1974) Phenomenology of Perception (1945). London: New York. Routledge.
Papanek, V. (1972). Design for the Real World: Human Ecology and Social Change. Bantam Books.
Rocheleau, D. (1999). Beyond Dueling Determinisms: Toward Complex, Humane, and Just Ecologies. Human Ecology Review. Vol 2, 1999. 116-12.
Kueffer, C & Jill S. (2016). Redesigning Nature: Situating Art and Ecology. Transdiscourse 2: Turbulence and Reconstruction. Berlin; de Gruyter. 121-138.
Cluitmans, L. (2021). On Necessity of Gardening: an ABC of Art, Botany and Cultivation. Amsterdam: Valiz
The Sustainable Darkroom. (2022). Re:source. Martin de Printers.
Previous folds in the programme
Each fold has a separate list with suggested reading.
fold #05 Awakening
August – November 2022
Recommended reading on Awakening (shelved in the library)
fold #04 No Hurry
April – July 2022
Recommended reading on No Hurry (shelved in the library)
fold #03 Happiness
November 2021 – March 2022
Recommended reading on Happiness (shelved in the library)
fold #02 Commons
July – October 2021
Recommended reading on Commons (shelved in the library)
fold #01 Empathy
March – June 2021
Recommended reading on Empathy (shelved in the library)