[Recent Publications (book chapters, articles, essays & others)]
Book chapter, Dreams and Atrocity: The Oneiric in Representations of Trauma, eds. Emily-Rose Baker and Diane Otosaka, Manchester University Press, 2022. (peer-reviewed)
Essay, Swedenborg Review 4, The Swedenborg Society, 2022, pp. 20-21.
Text for the group exhibition Making Poetry with Solid Objects (@Komagome Soko, Tokyo), 22 Jan -13 Feb 2022.
Book chapter, The Body in Theory: Essays After Lacan and Foucault, eds. Becky McLaughlin and Eric Daffron, McFarland Press, 2021, pp. 80-91. (peer-reviewed)
Article, Journal for Cultural Research, Vol. 22 (Issue 1), Taylor & Francis, 2018, pp. 16-26. (peer-reviewed)
Essay, exhibition catalogue Phil Hale & Jim Threapleton: ENEMY (@Gallery no 20, London), Sep 2017.
Article, online journal of postmodern cultural sound, text and image Kritikos, vol. 13 (January-May) 2016. (peer-reviewed)
Making it Intelligible: Art and Violence in the Nuclear Age in Postwar Japan
Book chapter Eyes and Gazes in Philosophy and Arts, eds. Giuseppe Patella and Atsushi Okada, UniversItalia Rome, 2015, pp. 365-380. (peer-reviewed)
Essay, exhibition catalogue Phil Hale - Life Wants to Live (@Jonathan LeVine Gallery, NY), Donald M. Grant, Imbroglio publishing and Allen Spiegel Fine Arts, 2015.
[Conference Papers, Invited Lectures, Performative Readings]
Artistic presentation, International Society for the Study of Surrealism Virtual Conference 2022, 17-20 Nov 2022
Conference paper, European Network for Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies 8th conference 2022 'Globalising the Avant-Garde', Instituto de História da Arte, IHA/FCSH-Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, 1 Sep 2022.
Hinges: On Violence
Performative reading for the Cock Salon (@The Cock Tavern, London), 7 Aug 2022.
Nudity in Japan: Towards Anachronic and Transcultural Bodies
Lecture, Central Saint Martins, 22 Jan, 2021 / University of East London, 26 Feb, 2021
Hearing Insects: The Droning World of Dread In Kafka’s The Burrow
Conference paper, ‘(Re)Imagining the Insect: Natures and Cultures of Invertebrates, 1700-1900’, University of Warwick, UK, 7 Mar 2015.
Kafka’s Odradek - Thoughts of Distortion and Transformation
Conference paper, European Network for Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies 4th conference 2014 'Utopia', University of Helsinki, 29 Aug 2014.
The Thought of Drone
Talk (with Iain Campbell), [Again] Conversations #4, London Action Resource Centre, Aug 27, 2014.
Threshold – a Place of Secret and Violence: Open Doors in Magritte and Kafka
Conference paper, 'The Secret in Contemporary Theory, Society, and Culture', School of European Culture and Languages at University of Kent, 31 May 2014.
Contagion and Transgression: Visions/Auditions of Excess towards a Space of Sound and Art
Conference paper, 'Sovereignty and the Human: Exploring Bataille’s Accursed Share Project 2014', University of West England, 25 Apr 2014.
Géricault and Dix; Hunchback as a Visual Paradigm in Modern Art
Conference paper, London Conference of Critical Thought 2013, Royal Holloway, University of London, 6 Jun 2013.
Bourdelle’s Impact in East Asia (Jap→Eng), Department of Sculpture Musashino Art University, 2021, 278 pages total.
A Study of Modern Japanese Sculpture (Jap→Eng), Department of Sculpture Musashino Art University, 2015, 242 pages total.
Joint translation of the Japanese edition of Charlotte Cotton, The Photograph as Contemporary Art (Themes & Hudson, 2004, 256 pages total) published in Tokyo: Shobun-sha, 2009.
Joint translation of the Japanese edition of Jonathan Crary, Suspension of Perception: Attention, Spectacle and Modern Culture (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2000, 416 pages total) published in Tokyo: Heibonsha, 2005.
The Threshold – a Place of the Hunchback. Violence and Transformation in works by Géricault, Dix, Salomon, Magritte, and Kafka (University College London, 2014)
René Magritte and Marcel Broodthaers: Self-Referentiality in Modern Art (Kyoto University, 2005)
Text © 2015 Michiko Oki
Illustration © 2015 Pablo Padilla Jargstorf