"Exploring the relationship between the body, design and technology, the book is perplexing and thought-provoking." Aesthetica Magazine
"[A] stimulating survey of body-related art and design." The Architectural Review
"There are plenty of works to illustrate each chapter, many of which i had never heard about and was therefore enthusiastic to encounter. But it is also a well-paced, well-researched essay about the impact technologies are having on the architecture of our senses." We Make Money Not Art Blog
"The lavishly photographed, beautifully designed tome presents work 'at the forefront of investigation' - in architecture, fine art, design, cybernetics, and neuroscience
The objects in See Yourself Sensing are quite literally mind-blowing." Bernard Magazine
"…a tour de force, bursting with insights." David Howes: Director of the Concordia University Sensoria Research Team
About the Author
Madeline Schwartzman is a New York City filmmaker and architect. A graduate of the Yale School of Architecture, her multi-disciplinary practice combines architecture, film/video and writing and her body of work includes a feature-length film titled Aphrodisiac, over fifteen shorts that have screened at festivals in the United States and abroad, and a recently completed novel. Schwartzman holds long-term teaching positions at Barnard College, Columbia University (Professor (adjunct), architectural design) and at Parsons The New School for Design (Part-time Associate Professor, interdisciplinary design and drawing).