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01/2016, ISBN 9780226315102
Chapter four examines sex museum tourism as an otherwise unacknowledged form of sex tourism that confirms the ever-growing reach of the sexual marketplace as... 
tourist | New York | World Erotic Art Museum | sex museum | tourism | capitalism | commerce | international | Gender and Sexuality | Museum of Sex | Miami
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2007, ISBN 9780812239515, xix, 274
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Architectural Design, ISSN 0003-8504, 09/2008, Volume 78, Issue 5, pp. 82 - 93
China presents unique opportunities to design and build innovative architectural structures. Laurence Liauw showcases five nascent practices, still under... 
Kohn Perdersen Fox | Special Economic Zone (SEZ) | Nanjing Foreign Language School Student Dormitory, Nantong, Jiangsu Province, 1999 | Gensler | Wuyi Elementary School Auditorium, Beijing, 2003 | Eisenman Architects | new headquarters for the Shenzhen Planning Bureau (SZPB) | Fanglijun Art Gallery, Chengdu, Sischuan Province, due for completion 2008 | Shanghai Natural History Museum, Shanghai, competition, 2006 | Yung Ho Chang | Wuhan CRLand French‐Chinese Arts Centre, Wuhan, Hubei Province, 2005 | Diwang Urban Park;Koolhaas' Delirious New York | ‘random’ voids | Ningbo University masterplan | re‐forming of Hainan Island | ‘hai‐guai’ (overseas‐educated architects returning home) | MAD (Ma Yansong, Yosuke Hayano + Dang Qun) Yale School of Architecture | Tibet | Aedes Gallery in Berlin | Kohn Pedersen Fox | China Central Television (CCTV) Media Park, Beijing, Competition, 2006 | World Architecture (China) Award | MAD Dinner | Zaha Hadid | Xinyu Natural History Museum, Xinyu, Jiangxi Province, competition, 2007 | Suzhou courtyard houses | Hong Kong West Kowloon Agri‐Cultural Landscape, Hong Kong, 2008 | ‘MAD in China’ exhibition at the Danish Architecture Centre in Copenhagen | N‐Park Jiangsu software park | AIA award | world class | the Xian Center of Modern Art | ETH Zurich | NJU Graduate Student Dormitory | Tsinghua University, School of Architecture | starchitects | Architecture League of New York | Floating Island, Beijing, 2006 | hands‐off practice | University of Miami | Nanjing Institute of Technology | Harvard Graduate School of Design | neutral, anti‐specific style | URBANUS Architecture and Design (Liu Xiaodu, Meng Yan + Wang Hui) | Absolute Tower, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, due for completion 2009 | Jianchuan Museum Cluster in Anren, Sichuan | Atelier Zhanglei (Zhang Lei) | Arata Isozaki | MADAs.p.a.m. (Ma Qingyun) | Tsinghua University School of Architecture | Dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Southern California | Split House | 2001 Beijing DongBianMen Ming Dynasty City Wall Relics Park | Finding Meiosis Fishtank, New York, 2004 | Dancing Book Towers, Wuhan, Hubei Province, due for completion 2009 | ‘Great Leap Forward’ Harvard Pearl River Delta (PRD) | Shenzhen‐Hong Kong Bi‐City Biennale of Urbanism and Architecture | Young Architects Award 2006 | Hong Luo Club, Beijing, 2006 | Model Animal Genetic Research Center in Nanjing | Central Academy of Fine Art in Beijing | Yangshuo Storefronts retail and apartment complex | Vanke‐Tulou Programme, Nanhai, Guangdong Province, due for completion 2008 | hutongs | Vice‐Dean of Nanjing University | Absolute Tower | Kling Lindquist | Shanghai Modern Art Park competition | standardarchitecture (Zhang Ke, Zhang Hong, Claudia Taborda + Hou Zhenghua)Tsinghua University School of Architecture | Zhejiang University Library | ecological resort cities | latest digital design technology | University of Pennsylvania (U Penn) | Shenzhen University | solo exhibition ‘MAD in China’ at the 2006 Venice Architecture Biennale | Staff Residence at Dongguan Institute of Technology | Diwang Urban Park, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, 2000 | CHI (Creative Humanitarian Initiative) | 10 ‘MAD dinners’ | Dafen Art Museum, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, 2007 | research project | Rem Koolhaas
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Architectural Design, ISSN 0003-8504, 07/2007, Volume 77, Issue 4, pp. 32 - 43
During the last decade and a half, a revolution has been under way in London's public museums and galleries. Lucy Bullivant explains how the digital has... 
Cocteau Twins | Neutral | Fairground:Thrill Laboratory | TFT screens | mixing | Kitchen Rogers Design (Shona Kitchen and Ab Rogers)and Robson &Jones (Crispin Jones and Dominic Robson)Energy Shutdown | Jason Bruges Studio, PSP Image Cloud, V&A, London, 24 February 2006 | Friday Late events | Phillips AMBX technology | the Interaction Design Lab | Shh! … Sounds in Space | Ash Nehru | Daniel Porter | Kirstie Hamilton | Machination, by Tessa Elliott and Jonathan Jones | the Miami Trip | interactive ‘chandelier’ | Networking culture | Brendan Walker | China Design Now' exhibition | Radical Fashion | Volume (2006‐07) | Ab Rogers Design | Johnny Dawe | Morris | to extract new meanings from museum objects and lead you through familiar and unfamiliar environments | Quake | Jane Burton | hidden colonisation | free choice learning | the Light Surgeons | inner spectacle | Carsten H¨︁check1ller's Test Site | Line Ulrika Christiansen, Stefano Mirti and Stefano Testa (with Studio Ape), Tune Me, V&A, London 2004 | ‘stealth’ learning | Jackie Kennedy | onedozero | D‐fuse | Tate Britain's Art Trolley | style icons | Digitopolis | Tune Me | AllofUs | David Toop | Tomoko Hayasgi's Mutsugoto/Pillow Talk | a party in motion | Caro Howell | Director script | theme experience | Intimate Memory clothes by Joanna Berzowska of XS Labs | LED lights that form an ‘orchestra’ | Claire Wilcox | Sony Play Station | Interactivion Design Institute Ivrea | Antenna Audio | Cogapp | the Raphael Cartoons | Grid | The Multimedia Tour | Usman Haque | Plink Plonk | the Drift Table | Damien Hurst's Pharmacy | Aston Webb | John Latham | Scanner (Robin Rimbaud), Sound Curtain | Constable's process of ‘squaring up’ | Tate Modern | Isadora software | Lauren Parker | Jane and Louise Wilson, David Byrne, Roots Manuva and Elizabeth Fraser | United Visual Artists (UVA) | Touch Me | leisuretainment | ‘neural network’, Hypercard | Dotty Tate | National Gallery's Micro Gallery | Christian Moeller's Particles | ‘Touch Me’ exhibition | Chapman Brothers | I‐Map | Cornelius | Hannah Redler | the Faraday effect | Frances Williams | Casson Mann | Massive Attack | Jason Bruge's Anemograph | Kylie Minogue
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Journal of American Folklore, ISSN 0021-8715, 2001, Volume 114, Issue 451, pp. 75 - 76
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