INFLeXions No. 6: Arakawa & Gins, a special issue
Dear (Are you) Arakawa,   Everything is going forward with close to the usual unremitting fervor. Do we forgive the universe for letting organisms us get us into massive trouble – I think not.   What helped, what hurt, what super-helped, what harshly harshified????   Please notice how unsentimental this is.   UNFINISHED  
 - Madeline Gins (excerpt of Open Letters)
  INFLeXions No. 6: Arakawa & Gins, a special issue Edited by Jondi Keane & Trish Glazebrook Web design and Art Direction by Leslie PlumbINTRODUCTION TO THE ISSUE: Here Where it Lives...Biocleave by Jondi Keane and Trish Glazebrook Artists and Writers included in this Issue (click to view)
Mapping Reversible Destiny Trish Glazebrook and Sarah Conrad 22-40 Escaping the Museum  David Kolb 41-71 Ing  Jean-Jacques Lecercle 72-79 The Reversible Eschatology of Arakawa and Gins Russell Hughes 80-102 Chaos, Autopoiesis and/or Leonardo da Vinci/Arakawa  Hideo Kawamoto 103–111 Daddy, Why do Things have Outlines?: Constructing the Architectural Body Helene Frichot 112–124 Tentatively Constructing Images: The Dynamism of Piet Mondrian's Paintings Troy Rhoades 125–153 Evidence: Architectural Body by Accident, Destiny Reversed by Design Blair Solovy 154-168 Breathing the Walls James Cunningham 169–188 Technology and the Body Public Stephen Read 189-213 Bioscleave: Shaping our Biological Niches Stanley Shostak 214-224 Arakawa and Gins: The Organism-Person-Environment Process Eugene Gendlin 225-236 An Arakawa and Gins Experimental Teaching Space – A Feasibility Study Jondi Keane 237–252   KEYNOTES AND CONFERENCE STREAMS:
The Mechanism of Meaning: A Pedagogical Skecthbook  Gordon Bearn 253–269 Wayfinding through Landing Sites and Architectural Bodies: Exploring the Roles of Trajectoriness, Affectivatoriness, and Imaging Along Reuben Baron 270-285 Trajectory of ARAKAWA Shusaku: from Kan-Oké (Coffin) to the Reversible Destiny Lofts Fumi Tsukahara 286-297 A Snailspace Tom Conley 298–316 Made/line Gins or Arakawa in Trans-e-lation  Marie Dominique Garnier 317–339 The Dance of Attention Erin Manning 340–367 What Counts as Language in a Closely Argued Built-Discourse? Gregg Lambert 368-380 Constructing Poiesis: Storyboards for an immersive diagramming Alan Prohm 381–415 Open Wide, Come Inside: Laughter, Composure and Architectural Play Pia Ednie-Brown416–427 TRIBUTES: 
Open Letters Madeline Gins i-viii What Arakawa Did Don Byrd 428–441 Arakawa Don Ihde 442-445 For Arakawa, Nine More Lives Jean-Michel Rabaté 446–448   TANGENTS:
Approximately Arakawa and Gins Ken Wark 448-449 A Perspective of the Universe Erin Manning and Brian Massumi  450-458 Axial Lecture on Self-Orientation George Quasha Demonstrator Bob Bowen Levitation Bob Bowen