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Celltexts

Celltexts Figure 1 Celltexts. Books and Other Works Produced in Prison, 2008, installation by Ines and Eyal Weizman. Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin. http:// celltexts.org/ Celltexts ARCHITECTURE Ines Weizman, Guest Editor AND CULTURE Ines Weizman, Senior The Celltexts installation is dedicated to prisoners engaged in writing. Lecturer, Cass School of Art, The work is organized around a collection of hundreds of books and Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan other texts from across the world written under conditions of enforced University; Junior Professor of incarceration. The collection includes the work of writers who have Architectural Theory, Bauhaus University, Weimar. been sent to prison for the contents of their writing or their political ines.weizman@uni-weimar.de involvement, as well as of prisoners convicted of other crimes who have Volume 2/Issue 1 used the time and seclusion of their incarceration to become writers. March 2014 The prison cells are thus revealed as sites of intellectual production, pp1–2 DOI:10.2752/ marking the limit condition of writing. The individual’s impulse to survive 205078214X13859801008396 through texts, through reclaiming her own voice against the imposition Reprints available directly of others, creates an autarkic realm in which practices of dissidence, from the publishers. political and personal, could be reinstated. Commissioned and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Architecture and Culture Taylor & Francis

Celltexts

Architecture and Culture , Volume 2 (1): 2 – Mar 1, 2014

Celltexts

Architecture and Culture , Volume 2 (1): 2 – Mar 1, 2014

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Figure 1 Celltexts. Books and Other Works Produced in Prison, 2008, installation by Ines and Eyal Weizman. Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin. http:// celltexts.org/ Celltexts ARCHITECTURE Ines Weizman, Guest Editor AND CULTURE Ines Weizman, Senior The Celltexts installation is dedicated to prisoners engaged in writing. Lecturer, Cass School of Art, The work is organized around a collection of hundreds of books and Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan other texts from across the world written under conditions of enforced University; Junior Professor of incarceration. The collection includes the work of writers who have Architectural Theory, Bauhaus University, Weimar. been sent to prison for the contents of their writing or their political ines.weizman@uni-weimar.de involvement, as well as of prisoners convicted of other crimes who have Volume 2/Issue 1 used the time and seclusion of their incarceration to become writers. March 2014 The prison cells are thus revealed as sites of intellectual production, pp1–2 DOI:10.2752/ marking the limit condition of writing. The individual’s impulse to survive 205078214X13859801008396 through texts, through reclaiming her own voice against the imposition Reprints available directly of others, creates an autarkic realm in which practices of dissidence, from the publishers. political and personal, could be reinstated. Commissioned and

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Taylor & Francis
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© 2014 Taylor and Francis Group, LLC
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2050-7836
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2050-7828
DOI
10.2752/205078214X13859801008396
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Figure 1 Celltexts. Books and Other Works Produced in Prison, 2008, installation by Ines and Eyal Weizman. Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin. http:// celltexts.org/ Celltexts ARCHITECTURE Ines Weizman, Guest Editor AND CULTURE Ines Weizman, Senior The Celltexts installation is dedicated to prisoners engaged in writing. Lecturer, Cass School of Art, The work is organized around a collection of hundreds of books and Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan other texts from across the world written under conditions of enforced University; Junior Professor of incarceration. The collection includes the work of writers who have Architectural Theory, Bauhaus University, Weimar. been sent to prison for the contents of their writing or their political ines.weizman@uni-weimar.de involvement, as well as of prisoners convicted of other crimes who have Volume 2/Issue 1 used the time and seclusion of their incarceration to become writers. March 2014 The prison cells are thus revealed as sites of intellectual production, pp1–2 DOI:10.2752/ marking the limit condition of writing. The individual’s impulse to survive 205078214X13859801008396 through texts, through reclaiming her own voice against the imposition Reprints available directly of others, creates an autarkic realm in which practices of dissidence, from the publishers. political and personal, could be reinstated. Commissioned and

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Published: Mar 1, 2014

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