This page contains a selection of chapters and articles that can be accessed online.

Canary in a Coal Mine: Carbon Cinema and Three Ecologies of Energy

"Canary in A Coal Mine: Carbon Cimena and Three Ecologies of Energy" In: Pharmacologies of Media, Specia Issue Media Theorie. Vol. 6(2), 2022. See here.

Combustive Knowledge: Fire as Medium and Interface

In: Communication+1. Vol. 9, issue 1.  Download PDF here. The entire issue can be found here.

Transgressive Intimacy: Liberty, Lust and Longing in the City

In: Extra Extra Magazine, Issue 16, 2021, pp. 150-157. See for PDF of this article here.

Carrie's Sisters: New Blood in Contemporary Female Horror Cinema

In: Re-Reading the Monstrous Feminine: Art, Film, Feminism and Psychoanalysis. Nicholas Chare, Jeanette Hoorn and Audrey Yue, eds. New York: Routledge 2020, 112-137. See here for a PDF of the article (these are the proofs). See for full information about the book here.

"Nicholas Ray's We Can't Go Home Again: Multiple Windows in a Delirious Time Machine"

In Edward Dimendberg, ed. The Moving Eye: Film, Television, Architecture, Visual Art, and the Modern. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. See for information about the book here. The PDF of this article can be found here.

"Deep Blue Geomediations: Following Lapis Lazuli in Three Ecological Assemblages"

In: Rock Records, eds. Paul Harris. Richard Turner and Adam Nocek. Substances, vol. 47:2, 2018 (Issue 146): 36-58. Published by Johns Hopkins University.

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Two Poshuman Entrees: BwO and Neuronal Aesthetics

In: Posthuman Glossary, ed. by Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova (Bloomsbury Academic, 2018), pp. 74-76 & 285-287. Download PDF.

Orchestration of the Senses in Yellow: Eisenstein's Fourth Dimension, Memory and Mirror-Touch Synaesthesia

In: Mirror-Touch Synaesthesia: Thresholds of Empathy with Art. Oxford University Press, 2017, 71-90. Read in PDF.

Wandering Off. In Conversation with Kerstin Ergenzinger and Patricia Pisters

In: Navigating Noise, ed. by Nathanja van Dijk, Kerstin Ergenzinger, Christian Kessung, Sebastian Schwesinger. Berlin: Walter Konig, 2017, 110-121.

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Audio-Writing: Cinema for the Ears

Audio: Cinema for the Ears from Patricia Pisters on Vimeo.

This is an audio version of my PhD From Eye to Brain: Gilles Deleuze, Refiguring the Subject in Film Theory (University of Amsterdam, 1998). The audio recording for the entire manuscript was performed by the Royal Institute for the Blind (Peterborough, 1998). This is Section 12 A from the last chapter of the dissertation Chapter 9: The Sound-Machine, Becoming-Music and the Politics of Becoming-Imperceptible.