Guest Lecture: Dr. Mark Westmoreland

Guest Lecture: Dr. Mark Westmoreland

This talk discusses an experimental pedagogical video project, made in the wake of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution, that draws upon the emerging mobile aesthetics of cellphone filmmaking and public encounters with revolutionary spontaneity.

Dr. Carolyn Birdsall

Dr. Carolyn Birdsall

Director, ASCA Cities Project / Department of Media Studies
University of Amsterdam

Leftover Space, Invisibility, and Everyday Life: Rooftops in Iran
Guest Lecture: Dr. Donatella Della Ratta

Guest Lecture: Dr. Donatella Della Ratta

The Question of the Image in the Networked Age: handwritten notes, Flipcam diaries, and YouTube remixes from the battlefield in Syria.

International Conference: Visualizing the Street

International Conference: Visualizing the Street

For the international conference Visualizing the Street, the ASCA Cities Project invites papers that explore the impact of contemporary practices of image-making on the visual cultures of the street.

Iain Sinclair: Noise, Neoliberalism and the Matter of London
Resounding City Films: Vertov, Ruttmann and Early Experiments with Documentary Sound Aesthetics
Inert Cities: Globalization, Mobility and Suspension in Visual Culture

Inert Cities: Globalization, Mobility and Suspension in Visual Culture

Edited Book
Christoph Lindner and Stephanie Hemelryk Donald
2014

Absence in the Mirror: Beirut’s Urban Identity in the aftermath of Civil War
Zombie Spaces

Zombie Spaces

Book Chapter
Dan Hassler-Forest
2014

Sonic Artefacts: Reality Codes of Urbanity in Early German Radio Documentary
Slow Art in the Creative City: Amsterdam, Street Photography, and Urban Renewal

Slow Art in the Creative City: Amsterdam, Street Photography, and Urban Renewal

Journal Article
Christoph Lindner and Miriam Meissner
2015

Inaudible Frequencies: Sounding Out the Contemporary Branded City
Detours, Delays, Derailments: La Petite Jerusalem and Slow Training in Culture
Paris-Amsterdam Underground: Essays on Cultural Resistance, Subversion, and Diversion
After-Images of the Highrise City: Visualizing Urban Change in Modern New York
Unacknowledged Cities: Modernity and Acknowledgement in China Mieville’s ‘The City and The City’ and Marc Isaacs’s ‘All White in Barking’
Pudong: The Shanzhai Global City

Pudong: The Shanzhai Global City

Journal Article
Jeroen de Kloet and Lena Scheen
2013

Questioning Urban Modernity

Questioning Urban Modernity

Journal Article
Pedram Dibazar, Christoph Lindner, Miriam Meissner and Judith Naeff
2013

The High Line, “The Balloon,” and Heterotopia

The High Line, “The Balloon,” and Heterotopia

Journal Article
Daan Wesselman
2013

Smart Cities and Slowness

Smart Cities and Slowness

Journal Article
Christoph Lindner
2013

Die Orchestrierung urbaner Akustik: dokumentarische Form, akustische Medien und die moderne Stadt
Amsterdam–New York: Transnational Photographic Exchange in the Era of Globalization
Designing Public Space for Mobility: Contestation, Negotiation and Experiment at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Portraying the Global Financial Crisis: Myth, Aesthetics, and the City
The Postmetropolis and Mental Life: Wong Kar Wai’s Cinematic Hong Kong
London Undead: Screening/Branding the Empty City

London Undead: Screening/Branding the Empty City

Book Chapter
Christoph Lindner
2009

Urban Space and Cityscapes

Urban Space and Cityscapes

Edited Book
Christoph Lindner
2006

Art in the Divided City: Participatory art projects in Rio de Janeiro Favelas
Salvaging the City: A Salvagepunk Approach to the Problems of the Global City
Urban Planning and Cultural Identity in Ecuador

Urban Planning and Cultural Identity in Ecuador

PhD Project, Alejandra Espinosa (2013-17)

Creative Migrants and The City

Creative Migrants and The City

Embedded researcher project, Boukje Cnossen (2013-2014)

Cityscapes in Orhan Pamuk’s Oeuvre

PhD project, Uzma Ansari (2012-16)

Non-Visibility and the Politics of Presence: A Spatial Analysis of Contemporary Iran
Regenerative Beirut: Urban Imaginaries of Waste, Surfaces and Dead Bodies
The Global Financial Crisis and the City: Narratives, Myth and the Urban Imaginary
Visual Culture and Interruption in Global Cities

Visual Culture and Interruption in Global Cities

AHRC-NWO research network, coordinated by Christoph Lindner and Shirley Jordan (2012-14)

Nazi Soundscapes: Sound, Technology and Urban Space in Germany, 1933-1945.
Global Garbage Conference

Global Garbage Conference

June 12-13 2014, Paris
This interdisciplinary conference will bring together scholars from across the humanities and social sciences to explore the many ways in which garbage – in its diverse forms and articulations – is being produced, managed, experienced, imagined, circulated, concealed, and aestheticized in contemporary urban environments and across different creative and cultural practices.