Publications

Edited Journals

Rhoades, Troy, ed. 2012. Tangents Section. Inflexions: A Journal for Research-Creation 5 (March).

Rhoades, Troy and Christoph Brunner, eds. 2010. Inflexions: A Journal for Research-Creation 4 (December).

Publications

Rhoades, Troy. Forthcoming. “Encounters with Incipient Action: Robert Irwin’s ‘Line’ Paintings.” Journal of Visual Art Practice.

Rhoades, Troy. 2014. “Beyond Technology and Representation, What Can Interactive Art Do?” Art Journal. 73:1 (Spring).  pp. 82-84.

Rhoades, Troy. 2014. “Brimming with Vitality: Colouring Experience Beyond Human Perception in Seurat’s La Grande Jatte.” 2012 中国开封德勒兹国际研讨会论文集: International Deleuze Conference Symposium, 2012 Henan University, Kaigeng, P.R. China. Kaifeng, China: Henan University Press.

Rhoades, Troy. 2013. “Tentatively Constructing Images: The Dynamism of Piet Mondrian’s Paintings.” Inflexions: A Journal for Research-Creation 6 (January): 125-152. [pdf]

Rhoades, Troy. 2011. “From Reference to Sensation: The Transductive Emergence of ‘Every Icon’.” Fibreculture Journal 18 (October): 146-176.

Rhoades, Troy and Christoph Brunner. 2010. “Transversal Fields of Experience.Inflexions: A Journal for Research-Creation 4 (December): i-viii.

Rhoades, Troy. 2010. “Tentatively Constructing and Holding Images: Mondrian, Relations, and Critical Holders.” AG3: The Third International Arakawa and Gins: Architecture and Philosophy Conference Proceedings.

Rhoades, Troy. 2008. “The Force of Pixels: Woody Vasulka, Time/Energy Objects, and the Becoming-Image.” Cinematic Folds: The Furling and Unfurling of Images. Ed. Firoza Elavia. Toronto: Pleasure Dome: 213-227.

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