BIBLIOGRAPHY

VOLATILITY RESEARCH GROUP: BIBLIOGRAPHY

**(required….)
*(highly recommended…)

 1.      VOLATILITY: PLANS & TACTICS

**Mason White: “Making Plans,” Archinect, 2008

**Manuel DeLanda: Tactics,” “Strategies,” “Logistics,” War in the Age of Intelligent Machines (…)

**Anthony Burke: “The Urban Complex: Scalar Probabilities and Urban Computation,” Post-Traumatic Urbanism, Architectural Design, vol. 80 #5 (London: Wiley, 2010)

**Keller Easterling: “Introduction,” Enduring Innocence (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2005)

*Michel De Certeau: “Making Do: Uses and Tactics,” The Practice of Everyday Life (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984)

Adrian Lahoud: “Post-Traumatic Urbanism,” Architectural Design v.80 #5, 2010

2.      URBAN VOLATILITY

**Manuel De Landa:” Geographic History,” A Thousand Years of Non-Linear History, (…)

**Hadas Steiner: “Systems: The Network Takes Over,” Beyond Archigram: The Structure of Circulation (London: Routledge, 2008)

*Denis Cosgrove, “Carto-City,” Else/Where: New Cartographies of Networks and Territories, eds. Janet Abrams & Peter Hall (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Design Institute, 2006)

Paul Barker, “Non-Plan Revisited, Or the Real Way Cities Grow,” Journal of Design History, Vol. 12 No. 2, 1999

Michael Weinstock, “City Forms,” The Architecture of Emergence, (…)

Nicholas De Monchaux, “Local Codes, Real Estates,” AD Territories (…)

 

3.      INFRASTRUCTURAL VOLATILITY

**Keller Easterling: “New Orgman, Interchange and Container,” Perspecta #30, 1999

**Lateral Office/Infranet Lab: Formatting Contingency” Coupling, Pamphlet Architecture vol. 30 (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2011)

Keller Easterling: “Switch, Terminal, Vehicle,” Organization Space (…)

Jonathan Solomon: “On a Post-Fordist Infrastructure,” (…)

Kazys Varnelis, “Introduction,The Infrastructural City: Networked Ecologies (…)

John May, “Infrastructuralism,” Quaderns #262 (…)

 

4.      NETWORK VOLATILITY

**Mark Wigley, “Network Fever,” Grey Room #4, 2001

**Manuel Lima: “Decoding Networks,” Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns of Information (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2011)

*Mark Angeill & Cary Siress: “Discounting Territory: Logistics as Capital Principle of Spatial Practices,” New Geographies vol. 4, 2011

*Paul Virilio: “Continental Drift,” Open Sky (London: Verso, 2008)

Laura Kurgan: “Information Drift,” Assemblage #25, 1994

Brian Holmes, “Counter Cartographies, “ Else/Where: New Cartographies of Networks and Territories, eds. Janet Abrams & Peter Hall (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Design Institute, 2006)

5.      BEHAVIORAL VOLATILITY

**Greg Lynn: “The Folded, the Pliant & the Supple, Folds, Blobs & Bodies (…)

**Philip Ball: The March of Reason; Chance & Necessity in Collective Action” (…)

*Reinhold Martin: “The Organizational Complex,” Assemblage #37, 1998

*James Beniger, “Crisis of Control,” The Control Revolution: Technological & Economic Origins of the Information Society (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1986

Sanford Kwinter: “The Complex and the Singular,” Architectures of Time (…)

Ilya Prigogine & Isabelle Stengers: “(…),” Order Out of Chaos (…)

 

6.      MATERIAL VOLATILITY

**Siegfried Giedion: “The Assembly Line & Scientific Management,” Mechanization Takes Command (…)

*Manuel DeLanda: “Matter Matters,” esp. “Importance of Imperfections” and “Opportunities and Risks” Domus #825-893, 2006-2008

*Michael Meredith, “Never Enough,” From Control to Design: Parametric/Algorithmic Architecture, (New York: Actar, 2008)

Keller Easterling, “Subtraction,” Perspecta vol. 34, 2003

Blair Satterfield & Mark Swackhammer: “Built for Change: A Case for Disintegration & Obsolescence,” Matter: Material Processes in Architectural Production, eds. Michael Meredith & Gail Peter Borden (London: Routledge, 2012)

Sheila Kennedy: Material Misuse (London: Architectural Association, 2004)

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