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  • 1.
    Berríos-Negrón, Luis
    KTH / Konstfack.
    Anarchives, Site-Specific Greenhouse Superstructures, and Social (Hyperobjective) Pedestals:: the dematerialisation and rematerialisation of colonial memory as environmental form2018In: Black Box: A Record of the Catastrophe, Volume Two, Oakland, US: PM Press , 2018, no 2Chapter in book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This paper is about initiating a process of augmentation. The subject of this augmentation is the compound, technical term “greenhouse superstructure”. The process is initiated here by deposing the matter of colonial memory that is entrenched within this term. The deposition takes form as a brief genealogy, an account of related artworks, and a hypothesis about the destabilisation of this technological apparatus. Its passages and components outline the subtle and insidious dialectics of accelerated climate change that are converged and suppressed as an impasse within the very envelop of the term - physically, conceptually, metaphorically. In doing so, I discuss how the discourse, my artworks, and other interventions may reveal, emancipate, and display these entrenched conditions beyond the visual and technological privileges of the “greenhouse”. I thereon argue that these destabilising formats of sculptural display may be referred to as Anarchives, Site-Specific Greenhouse Superstructures, and, ultimately, as Social (Hyperobjective) Pedestals.

  • 2.
    Berríos-Negrón, Luis
    KTH / Konstfack.
    Earthscore Specularium2018In: On Curating, no 36, p. 94-105Article in journal (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Through an artistic contribution, Luis Berríos-Negrón introduces his project “Earthscore Specularium,” developed at Färg fabriken in Stockholm in 2015. The work of Berríos-Negrón departs from a practice that deals with complexity to reflect upon notions that bring together ecology, art, architecture, science, and social practice. In recent years, he has been developing a set of conceptual devices he ultimately refers to as “social pedestals.” The latter consist of a series of architectonical installations that facilitate social encounters by resolving spatial practicalities, and at the same time reflect conceptually upon the dematerialization of sculpture. The “social pedestal” is conceived as a site for networked agency for social transformation, where the roles of the agents involved can permute, and different configurations can be organized depending of the needs of every specific situation. The “greenhouse”—which Luis treats as a social pedestal itself as well—is a long-term research site of the artist on the possibility of emancipating this type of technology in order to obtain anticipatory spatial, artistic, and social media.

  • 3.
    Berríos-Negrón, Luis
    KTH / Konstfack.
    Greenhouse Doppelgänger Deposed: An Indexical Prototype about Parastructures, Anarchives, and the Social (Hyperobjective) Pedestal2018In: Architecture in Effect: Volume 1: Rethinking the Social in Architecture / [ed] Gromark, et al, Barcelona: ACTAR, 2018, , p. 480Chapter in book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Greenhouse is an opaque manifold of meanings. The opacity is not just the result of a layering that occurs when considering its many definitions. It is more so the result of the suppressed colonial violence that is implicit in its technological instrumentalization. This mythical violence, of willfully transplanting the exotic, is at the heart of allother compound terms and subsets of ‘greenhouse’. I have been working on how this opacity obscures a range of forces that shape the environment. More specifically, I amexploring how these opaque forces affect, and may be perceived through, the forms and languages of sculptural and spatial production beyond prescribed visual or imagined outcomes. The work you will encounter here is then a probe to test how the violent opacity of greenhouse may be demystified by shaping an index as potential format for dematerialized display.

  • 4.
    Berríos-Negrón, Luis
    KTH / Konstfack.
    Greenhouse Superstructures as Social Pedestals: displaying site-specific non-locality as a possible form of resilience2015In: Architecture and Resilience on the Human Scale: Cross-Disciplinary Conference, 10-12 September 2015 / [ed] University of Sheffield, UK, Sheffield, UK: University of Sheffield , 2015, p. 70-71Conference paper (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    In this paper I will propose that greenhouse superstructures are not just the surface envelop of an industrial typology: they are more so a spatial archetype. As such, they are historiographical boundary objects that at times display the spatiotemporal dimensions and geopolitical flows of environmental form in accelerated climate change. This abovementioned hypothesis is reflected through the manifold of “resilience” as defined by Prof. Lawrence Vale - of resilience being “a window into conflicting human values”. The aim of this effort is to ultimately centre the manifold notion of “greenhouse” as an index that points away from itself towards the impact of anthropological and technocratic ideologies on agricultural and spatial production. It is these binary ideologies that arguably create what we sense to be a crisis of scale, now further articulated as the hyperobject of climate change as a disjuncture that we nostalgically entertain as a chasm between the human condition and the living environment. Parsed by augmenting the notion of 'greenhouse superstructure' – as technology, gas, and effect – the hypothesis looks to articulate the greenhouse as a 'site-specific non-local' sensation on the expanding sculptural field. What this expanding sculptural netherworld implies needs to be rigorously addressed for it may very well become what tautologically heightens the greenhouse to the providence of becoming our future atmosphere and landscape. To elaborate this potentiality, I will first present the schematics and precedents of the dissertation, including four installations of my authorship in Germany, Brazil, and Sweden. These sections then lead to an argument instantiated by thinking of the greenhouse as 'social pedestal'. The objective is therefore to embody the notion of non-local site-specific resilience as modes of pedagogy and production that aspire to destabilise the anthropological machine, as resilient modes not limited to historic, scientific, artistic, correlational, nor speculative conventions.

  • 5.
    Berríos-Negrón, Luis
    KTH / Konstfack.
    Manners, Parameters and the Gay Sciences: Realities from the Paramannerist Treatise2013In: Space Matters: Exploring Spatial Theory and Practice Today / [ed] Lukas Feireiss, Vienna: Ambra Verlag , 2013, p. 120-137Chapter in book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    In this paper I aim to remind a brief projection about the inseparable difference between mental and physical space. This projection intends to thicken the aesthetics of sustainability by rejecting social Darwinism as the normalization of chaos and the irrational by way of evolutionary teleology and technocratic domination. To do so, I describe a mannerist recurrence in cultural production and how I hope it may inform a revitalized movement beyond an age of mass industrialization, beyond claims of Parametricism. I argue that this move can be activated by revising Charles Peirce’s Infinite Community of Inquiry, and Gerald Raunig’s notion of Abstract Machines, as vehicles for anthropocentric cybernetics and contemporary ecology. This is not about metaphorical relations between the visual arts and the hard sciences, but to set forth a topological heuristic, an ongoing inquiry to further categorize aspects between the human and non-human worlds, reflecting through Nietzsche's idea of 'gay science.'

  • 6.
    Berríos-Negrón, Luis
    KTH / Konstfack.
    Method of Indirection: talking to Walter Benjamin through the Arcades Project Luis Berríos-Negrón in conversation with Howard Eiland about Walter Benjamin2018In: Legacy: Generations of Creatives in Dialogue / [ed] Lukas Feireiss, Amsterdam: Frame Publishers , 2018Chapter in book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [en]

    I’ve wanted to talk to Walter Benjamin ever since encountering his Arcades Project. But – as much as that desire may be attune with Benjamin’s own commitment to bringing the past forth to the present – I can’t. I therefore turn to Arcades translator, and Benjamin scholar, Howard Eiland... and, it was inevitable that I had to return to the Arcades, not just because Benjamin meticulously objectified the glass and iron arcades as method and catalyst of research, but because, to me, ‘greenhouse’ does precede, and succeed, the arcades themselves as display and index of what was, and is to become of ‘natural history.’ For 'Legacy' I share excerpts of an interview (soon to be published entirely) that started at the Harvard Co-op in 2016; a conversation that continues to this day, by way of intermittent emails and other correspondence.

  • 7.
    Berríos-Negrón, Luis
    KTH / Konstfack.
    One micron a light-year ago into thirdness: Fictions from the Paramannerist Treatise2016In: Planet B: 100 ideas for a new world / [ed] Alain Bieber, et al, Köln: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König , 2016Chapter in book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [en]

    This is a short science fiction about a dystopic future of global warming.

  • 8.
    Berríos-Negrón, Luis
    KTH, School of Architecture and the Built Environment (ABE).
    Tesseract for the Social Pedestal2018In: Homecomings 1,2,3,etc. / [ed] Edited by Cassandra Edlefsen Lasch and Annabelle von Girsewald, Berlin: Berlin Verlag, 2018, p. 236-241Chapter in book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 9.
    Berríos-Negrón, Luis
    KTH / Konstfack .
    Tropical Pedagogy: the collapsing interior and exterior of spatial production2016In: The Metropolitan Laboratory: Education: Trial and Error / [ed] Lukas Feireiss, Berlin, DE: Aedes Network Campus Berlin , 2016, p. 44-47Chapter in book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This is a text contribution that briefly explores the political, spatial, and pedagogical dimensions of Tropical Modernism in the Caribbean and Latin America.

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