FORMER TEAM, ASSOCIATES & FRIENDS:

__Hélène Frichot

Visiting Researcher 2009

// education

// 2001–2004 PhD, Department of Philosophy, University of Sydney, Australia// 2002–2003 Postgraduate Exchange, L’Université Paris IV, Sorbonne, Paris, France // 2000–2001 Commenced doctoral research, Centre for Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia // 1999 Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Joint Major Philosophy and Literature, First Class Honours, Department of English, Communications and Cultural Studies, University of Western Australia // 1997-1998 Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Murdoch University, Australia // 1988–1993 Bachelor of Architecture (Hons), University of Western Australia

// grants

// 2009 Career Interrupted Research Fellowship, RMIT University, Australia // 2008 Design Research Institute, RMIT University, Seed Funding Grant: Collaborative Project, Have You Seen It? State of Design Festival, Melbourne// 2006 RMIT University Emerging Researcher Grant // 2000-2003 Australian Postgraduate Award (APA)

// teaching

// 2009 Visiting Researcher at ADIP, Department of Design and Interior Design, Instutue of Architecture, TU Berlin // since 2004 Senior Supervisor, PhD by Project; PhD by thesis; Masters by research, School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University // since 2004 Senior Lecturer, Design Stream; History and Theory Stream, School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University // 2000-2003 Sessional Teaching Staff, Design Stream; History and Theory Stream, School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University // 2001-2002 Sessional Teaching Staff, Theories of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia // 2003 Guest Critic, Paris Malaquais, Ecole d’Architecture, Beaux Arts // 1997-1999 Sessional Teaching Staff, Faculty of Architecture, Construction and Planning, Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia // 1995-1998 Sessional Teaching Staff, Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts, University of Western Australia, Western Australia

// practice

// 2008 ‘Have you seen it?’, State of Design Festival, July 16-28, Melbourne, Urban Installation, with Rochus Hinkel, Laurene Vaughan, Michael Spooner, Ashley Perry // 1992-1999 practice as an undergraduate and subsequently as a graduate architect in a number of small to medium sized architecture firms in Perth, Western Australia

// publications

// book chapters // latest “On Finding Oneself Spinozist: Refuge, Beatitude and the Any-Space-Whatever”, in Charles J. Stivale, Eugene W. Holland, Daniel W. Smith eds., Gilles Deleuze: Image and Text (Continuum Press, in press). // 2008 “Becoming Woman, Old Man”, in Kate Daw and Vikki McInnes, eds, Bureau (Melbourne: VCA Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Faculty of the Victorian College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne, 2008), pp. 62-63. // 2007 “Holey Space and the Smooth and Striated Body of the Refugee,” in Anna Hickey-Moody and Peta Malins eds. Deleuzian Encounters: Studies in Contemporary Social Issues (Hampshire and New York: Palgrave Macmillan Press, 2007), pp. 169-180. // 2006 “Vital Signs: The Work of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari’s Creative Philosophy in Architecture”, in Charles Stivale and Felicity Coleman, eds, Angelaki 11.1 (2006), pp. 109-116. // 2006 with Rochus Hinkel, “Take a Walk: Architecture and Interiors Tour,” in Viviane Stappmanns and Ewan McEoin, The Melbourne Design Guide (Melbourne: Lab 3000: RMIT University, 2006), pp. 37-49. // 2005 “Stealing into Deleuze’s Baroque House,” in Ian Buchanan and Gregg Lambert eds, Deleuze and Space (Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, 2005), pp. 61-79. // 2003 “Lost in Sense: Passages, Thresholds, Detours and the Practice of Creative Philosophy,” Recyclages Culturels/Recycling Culture: Etudes Transnationales, Francophones et Comparées/Transnational, Francophone, and Comparative Studies, ed. Hafid Gafaïti, Anne Mairesse and Michèle Praeger (Paris: L’Harmattan, 2003), pp. 55-66.
// Refereed Journal Articles // 2009 “The Death of Architectural Theory and Other Spectres” in Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal, vol. 3 (2009). www.design-journal.com. // 2008 “Olafur Eliasson and the Circulation of Affects and Percepts: In Conversation”, in Julianna Preston, guest ed., Interior Atmospheres: Architectural Design, vol. 78, no. 3, (London: John Wiley and Sons: May/June 2008), pp. 30-35. // 2007 “Striving for a Coming Community and the Question of a Life” in Tina Engels, ed.,Interstices 08 Disagreement: A Journal of Architecture and Related Arts(2007), 43-52. // 2006 “An Apprenticeship in Thinking Architecture”, in Felix Zwoch, ed., Stadtbauwelt, 24 (23 June, 2006), pp. 26-33. // 2005 “Nathalie’s Rotunda: Breaching the Threshold of Maurice Blanchot’s L’Arrêt de Mort,” in Rhonda Khatab, Carlo Salzani, Sabina Sestigiani and Dimitris Vardoulakis, eds., Colloquy: Blanchot the Obscure, issue 10 (November 2005). http://colloquy.monash.edu.au/issue010/index.html // 2003 “On the Relentless Logic of the Logo-Sign,” M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture 6.3 (2003), http://www.media-culture.org.au. // 2001 “Bullfighting, Sex and Sensation,”Colloquy, 5 (September, 2001). http://www.arts.monash.edu.au.edu/others/colloquy // 2000 “Constructing a Monstrous Offspring,” Colloquy, 4 (September, 2000). http://www.arts.monash.edu.au.edu/others/colloquy
// Refereed Conference Proceedings // 2007 “An Ethico-Aesthetics for Wet Architecture”, Ideology of the Imaginary for the 21st Century: Experimental Arts Foundation, Adelaide, Australia (2007). http://www.eaf.asn.au/2007/symposium_p_frichot.html // 2007 “The Nature of Digital Architectural Life: Confounding the threshold between Physus andNomos” in Stephen Loo and Katherine Bartsch, eds., Panorama to Paradise: SAHANZ 2007. Refereed Conference Proceedings. (September 2007). // 2007“Disjunctive Syntheses of (Post)digital Architecture and Life”, in Sandra Kaji-O’Grady, Charles Rice, Anthony Burke, Kirtsen Orr, Techniques and Technologies: Transfers and Transformation: AASA 2007. Refereed Conference Proceedings (September 27-29, 2007). http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/dspace/handle/2100/459 // 2007 “The Onanist’s Escape from Architectural Captivity”, Queer Spaces: Centres and Peripheries, UTS, Sydney, NSW (20-21 February, 2007). Refereed Conference Proceedings: http://www.dab.uts.edu.au/conferences/queer_space/index.html // 2006 “The Biopolitical Wall in the Midst of Our City”, in Terrance McMinn, John Stephens, Steve Basson eds, Contested Terrains: SAHANZ 2006(September 29 – October 2, 2006), pp. 151-158 // 2005 “An Apprenticeship in Thinking Architecture”, Drawing Together: Convergent Practices in Architectural Education, AASA (2005). // 2004 “The Limit of the Refugee Camp and Our Coming Community,” in Harriet Edquist and Hélène Frichot, eds, SAHANZ Limits 2004 (Melbourne: RMIT, September, 2004).
// Professional Journal Essays // 2009 “Design and Loneliness” in Artichoke(2009), forthcoming// 2009 With Rochus Hinkel, “Design that Moves” inArtichoke, (2009), forthcoming// 2008 “Notes Toward an Ethico-Aesthetic approach to Design”, in Post Magazine, issue 2, vol. 1 (2008), pp. 50, 51. // 2008 With Rochus Hinkel, “A Visit to the Hospital” in Artichoke 25 (2008), pp. 91-93. // 2008 With Rochus Hinkel, “Hotel Room Heimat: A Feeling for Home” in Artichoke 24 (2008), pp. 109-110. // 2007 “Ethics, Aesthetics, Architecture” in Architecture Australia, vol. 96, no. 8 (November/December 2007), pp. 61, 62. // 2007 “Neighbourhood Watch” in Monument 79 (June/July 2007), p. 100. // 2004 “On the Digital,” Architectural Review Australia 90 (2004), pp. 90–91.
// Professional Journal Reviews // 2008 “David Ralph: In Captivity” inLandscape Architecture Australia, no. 118 (May, 2008), pp. 31-32. // 2008“The Joy of Infrastructure”, in Architecture Australia, vol. 97, no. 2 (March/April, 2008), pp. 76-81. // 2008 “Your Mobile Expectations,”Artichoke 22 (2008), pp. 74–75. // 2007 “A House for Hermes #01,”Landscape Architecture Australia 116 (November
2007), pp. 64-67. // 2007 “Intimus: Interior Design Theory Reader”, Artichoke18 (2007), p. 61. // 2007 “5 Codes: Architecture, Paranoia and Risk in Times of Terror” Monument 77 (February/March 2007), p. 78. // 2006 “Southern Exposure”, Monument Architecture and Design, Residential Issue (October/November 2006) pp. 58–62 // 2006 with Rebecca Roke, “Homo Faber: Modeling Architecture”, Architectural Review, 098 (2006) pp. 26–28. // 2006 “We Owe it to the Birds and the Trees”, Architecture Australia, vol. 95, no. 5 (September/October 2006) p. 46. // 2006 with Rochus Hinkel, “Architectural Reunification: Akademie der Kunst, Berlin”, Monument Architecture and Design, 71 (February/March 2006) pp. 20–22. // 2004 “James Angus’s Green Mack Truck,” ACCA Mag 07 (2004). http://www.accaonline.org.au/accamag // 2004 “Taking a Stroll through the Sydney Biennale 2004,” ACCA Mag 07 (2004). http://www.accaonline.org.au/accamag // 2004 “Profile: Cynthia C. Davidson,”Monument: Architecture and Design, 62 (August/September, 2004), pp. 18–19. // 2004 “Experimentations on the Surface of Home,” Inside: Australian Design Review 32 (2004). // 2004 “Transport Bar. Federation Square, Melbourne”; “Lodge: Lake Glaskogen, Sweden”; “The Academy: Nightclub, Canberra” Inside: Australian Design Review 31 (2004), pp. 92; 102; 106. // 2003-04 “Code Breaker: Interview with Parisian Architect, Christian Girard,”Monument: Architecture and Design 58 (December/January, 2003–04), pp. 102–103. // 2003 “Tacita Dean,” ACCA Mag 03 (2003) http://www.accaonline.org.au/accamag?selector=conmap:757 // 2003 “Anish Kapoor,” ACCA Mag 03 (2003) http://www.accaonline.org.au/accamag?selector=conmap:757 // 2003 “Louise Bourgeois: A Proliferation of Little Bourgeois,” Monument: Architecture and Design 55 (Jun/Jul, 2003), pp. 106–107. // 2003 “What a Body Can Do,” ACCA Mag 02 (2003) http://www.accaonline.org.au/accamag?selector=conmap:483 // 2002 “Erasure of the Museum,” ACCA Mag 01 (2002),
http://www.accaonline.org.au/accamag?selector=conmap:417 // 2002-03“Festival Arts et Squats,” Monument: Architecture and Design 53 (December/January 2002-03), p. 92. // 2001 “Between Place and Non-Place,”Photofile 64 (December, 2001), p. 69. // 2000 with Marco Vittino, “V-one,”The Architect (Summer 2000), pp. 14, 15. // 1994 “Homeswest New Directions For Fremantle Housing Competition,” The Architect 3 (Spring 1994),pp. 27–29.
// Art Catalogue Essays
“Michael Bullock: Becoming Woman, Old Man,” VCA Gallery (May/June 2006). // 2004 “Sangeeta Sandrasegar,” The New04, Melbourne: Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), (March, 2004). // 2003 “Simone Slee, On,” Melbourne International Arts Festival: Visual Arts Program (2003), pp. 26–31. // 2002 “Andrea Tu: Suite Pastiche,” (Melbourne: Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, July, 2002). // 2002 “On Learning How to Negotiate the Dynamic Flux of Duration,” Meter: Pam Clements, Emma Mitchell, Emidio Puglielli, Linda van Kalleveen (Darwin: Northern Territory University, Oct. 7–18, 2002).

// keynotes and invited lectures

// Keynote Speaker // 2007 “An Ethico-Aesthetics for Wet Architecture”,Ideology of the Imaginary for the 21st Century: Experimental Arts Foundation, Adelaide, Australia (1-2 March, 2007).
// Invited Speaker // 2009 “Foaming Relations: Urban Habitus of Affect”, Greenwich University Public Lecture Series, convened by Dr Teresa Stoppani, 24th February, 2009. // 2008 “Foaming Relations: Urban Habitus of Affect”, Re-imagining the Urban Habitus Symposium, convened by Prof. Elizabeth Grierson, School of Art, Art, Knowledge and Globalisation Research Cluster, RMIT University, 10th December, 2008. // 2007 “In Search of an Ethico-Aesthetics for the Disjunctive Syntheses of Architecture and Life”, Pratt Institute, New York. Presentation given in the context of Catherine Ingraham’s Masters seminar (11 April, 2007). // 2007 “Refuge, Beatitude and the Any-Space-Whatever”, Gilles Deleuze: Text and Images, Comparative Literature Dept., University of South Carolina (April 5–8, 2007). // 2007 “Imagining an Immanent Ethico-Aesthetics for the Unthought”, Nanotechnology Roundtable, convened by Stephen Loo, University of South Australia (16 February, 2007).// 2006 “On Finding Oneself Spinozist”, Plenary Panel. Wandering with Spinoza Symposium, convened by Elizabeth Presa and Dimitris Vardoulakis, VCA, Melbourne (September 2006). // 2005 with Rochus Urban Hinkel, Ta(l)king a Walk: Melbourne is Faraway, Wismar, School of Architecture and Design, University of Technology, Business and Design. December 19, 2005.// 2005 with Rochus Urban Hinkel, Ta(l)king a Walk: Melbourne is Faraway, Peter Behrens School of Architecture, Duesseldorf, December 13, 2005 // 2005with Rochus Urban Hinkel, Ta(l)king a Walk: Melbourne is Faraway, Nuernburg, Academy of Fine Art, BDA. December 6, 2005.
// Invited Participant // 2007 Life in Space Symposium, Olafur Eliasson Studio, Berlin (22 June, 2007).

// conferences convened
// 2008
Global Arts/Local Knowledge IAPL 2008. Melbourne, Australia. Co-Host Co-ordinator with Jack Reynolds (LaTrobe) and Felicity Colman (University of Melbourne). Conference director, Prof. Hugh Silverman, Stonybrook, New York, U.S. June 30-July 6, 2008. // 2004 Co-convened with Prof. Harriet Edquist, Society of Architectural Historians, Australia, New Zealand (SAHANZ), Limits 2004. Hosted by the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), 26–29 September, 2004. // 2005 Co-convened with Prof. Harriet Edquist, The Politics of Space in the Age of Terrorism. Hosted by the School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University, 1–2 July, 2005.

// public lecture series curated

// since 2005 Architecture + Philosophy Public Lecture Series, co-convened with Esther Anatolitis (http//:www.architecturephilosophy.rmit.edu.au; www.architecture.testpattern.com.au).