What happens if the timeline implied in "bio-" in auto-biography is replaced by its spatial counterpart, "topo-"? Surely space is as influential for a person's sense of who she is as is the constantly changing series of discontinuities that constitutes a life. In this paper, an installation work by Louise Bourgeois is the interlocutor in my attempt to articulate what a spatial autobiography can be.
Biography – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Jan 1, 2002