Sunday, October 24, 2010

Authors that cite my articles

For those who asked and for those who may be interested, here is a list of

Abrahamsson, Christian and Sebastian Abrahamsson (2007), ‘Culture Geographies in practice: In conversation with the body conveniently known as Stelarc’, Cultural Geographies, 14, 293-308.

Akman, Kubilay (2006) ‘Orlan and the Work of Art in the Age of Hyper-mechanical Organic Reproduction’, International Journal of Baudrillard Studies, Volume 3, Number 1 (January 2006).

Alaszewski, Andy (2001), Review of ‘Body Modification’, Health, Risk & Society, Routledge, VOL. 3, NO. 3.

Amiran, Eyal (2010) 'The Rhetoric of Digital Utopia after Sade: Utopian Architecture and the Static Subject of Digital Art', Discourse, Read more:

Buchanan-Oliver, Margo and Angela Cruz, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
The Body and Technology: Discourses Shaping Consumer Experience and Marketing Communications of Technological Products and Services

Botting, Fred (2003), ‘Metaphors and Monsters’, Journal for Cultural Research, Volume 7, Issue 4, October, pages 339 - 365

Botting, Fred and Wilson, Scott (2002), ‘Morlan’, In The Cyborg Experiments: The Extension of the Body in the Media Age, (ed) Joanna Zylinska, Continuum, London and New York.

Brazil, Scott, Posthuman Essay

Buchanan-Oliver, Margo and Angela Cruz, The Body and Technology: Discourses Shaping Consumer Experience and Marketing Communications of Technical Products and Services, New Zealand.

Cook, Peta S. (2004), The Modernistic Posthuman Prophecy of Donna Haraway, University of Queensland. Transhumanist improvements to humanity will surpass the annoying restrictions of biological and organic human evolution to facilitate a posthuman condition of variant ‘postbiologicalism’.

Alan Dix, Jennifer G. Sheridan, Stuart Reeves, Steve Benford, and Claire
O’Malley (2005), ‘Formalising Performative Interaction’, Embedded interactive systems, Department of Lancaster University .

Giannach, Gabriella (2007), ‘Review of Stelarc: The Monograph’, Contemporary Theatre Review, Volume 17, Issue 3 August, pages 463 – 470.

Giannach, Gabriella (2004), Virtual Theatres, Routledge, U.K.

Hege, Charlotte Faber (2007), ‘Between Art, Aesthetics and Bioethics:GFP Bunny and Other Projects’, University Library of Trondheim, NTNU, NSE Conference: The Limits of Aesthetics, 31.5 – 3.6. Aarhus.

Knafo, Danielle and Kenneth Feiner. (2005) Unconscious Fantasies and the Relational World, Hillsdale, NJ, Analytic Press.

Kennedy, Helen W. (2004), Review of ‘The Cyborg Experiments: The Extensions of the Body in the Media Age’, Brit J Aesthetics, 44: 106-109; doi:10.1093/bjaesthetics/44.1.106.

Kunst, Bojana (2002), ‘Strategies of Subjectivity in Contemporary Performance Art’. Maska Performance Territories, Year. XVII, No. 74-75, p. 10-14, 77-80.

Malacrida, Claudia and Jacqueline Low (eds), (2008). Sociology of the Body: A Reader, Oxford University Press.

Middleton, Steven (2002), ‘The prosthetic head’, Paper delivered at the Vital Signs Conference, RMIT, Melbourne.

Nayar, Pramod K, ‘No Pain Like This’, Culture Machine

Reagan, Trudy Myrrh. (2006). ‘The Delights of Dorkbot’, Ylem Journal, Artists Using Science and Technology, vol. 26 - no. 2.

Setlia, Badreddine (2010) A Degree In Humanity: Artificial Humanity and its Effect on Our Self-Image in Blade Runner and Edward Scissorhands, University of Groningen ~ A Masters dissertation.

Edward Sheer, Review of Stelarc: The Monograph, Culture Machine, United Kingdom,

Sone, Yugi ‘Phantom’ Puppetry in Stelarc’s Work, Australasian Drama Studies, October, 2007.

Stelarc, ‘CTheory Live: STELARC in conversation with Arthur & Marilouise Kroker’, April 20, 2006.

Styles, Penne ‘Whose Afraid of Designer Babies’, ATOM, Melbourne, Australia.

Tofts, Darren: rhizomes.17 winter 2008 ‘Keep Your Virtual Hands Off Me! Paranoia, Affect and Influencing Machines’.

van Oorschot, Irene, ‘Dissecting the Self: The Reincarnations of Saint-Orlan,

Verhoeven, W. (2010). ‘A Degree In Humanity: Artificial Humanity and its Effect on Our Self-Image in Blade Runner and Edward Scissorhands’. Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Master Dissertation,

Wen-Ling Tseng
Masters Thesis
National Chung Hsing University, China, 2007


  1. Ah that made me laugh. It was really a robot that referenced some thoughts of yours at that ghastly ACMI conference space, in the kind of monotone you normally only hear on a telephone. In 2005 I think, although the words may have preceded their utterance, am unsure. The technicians had screwed the robot up, as usual, so I had to wing the remainder of the conference with bright TV lights shining in my eyes. I recall thinking how lively your ideas were, and how dull the space, and my spot in it, by contrast.

  2. I can't imagine you ever being dull Steve. I didn't know it was a robot that delivered my words at that conference ~ robots are good little monkeys, but not as clever!

  3. I should have included your PhD thesis in the list as well. I was required to have this information for my (unsuccesful) ARC applications and I periodically do a search every six months or so.

  4. irene van oorschotDecember 5, 2010 at 7:03 AM

    hey, irene van oorschot here - i almost copy-pasted the url to your blog in my facebook status update, attempting to show people others are quoting me.. turns out you were doing the same and things were quite the other way round :) anyway, i really liked your work. also good to see some things do not go unnoticed. thanks!

  5. Thanks Irene, great that you enjoy my writing. Yes, post the url to my blog if you like, there may be something here that others might enjoy. Goodluck with your academic studies (or are you already finished?) Julie