Artists taking part in Drawing Room's exhibition programme are invited to compile ‘reading lists’ that inform and expand the themes explored in their works.  This list has been compiled artist Susan Morris for the symposium Standard Deviation: Time and The Body, which looks at ways in which artists have used automated processes of drawing to explore time, the body, and the machinic gesture or trace.  Titles marked with an asterisk * are held in Outset Study.

Title Author Year Selected by ISBN URL
24/7: Late Capitalism and the Ends of Sleep* J Crary Susan Morris
The Emergence of Cinematic Time: Modernity, Contingency, the Archive* M A Doane Susan Morris
The Fall of Sleep* J L Nany Susan Morris
Zeros and Ones: Digital Women and the New Technoculture* S Plant Susan Morris
On Creaturely Life: Rilke, Benjamin, Sebald* E Satner Susan Morris
The Rings of Saturn* W G Sebald Susan Morris
“Other Criteria”, in Other Criteria: Confrontations with Twentieth-Century Art* L Steinberg Susan Morris
Envisioning Information: Narratives of Space and Time* E R Tufte Susan Morris
Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative* E R Tufte Susan Morris
"Réquichot and His Body" in The Responsibility of Forms R Barthes Susan Morris
“Kafka’s Ear”, in Sontag Montag: Susan Morris B Fer Susan Morris
“Figuring Futility”, in Sontag Montag: Susan Morris E Krčma Susan Morris
On Time and the Body: Susan Morris’ Tapestries and Diary”, in Sun Dial : Night Watch_Tapestry Dossier M Iversen Susan Morris
“Notes on the Index” in The Originality of the Avant Garde and other Modernist Myths R Krauss Susan Morris
“‘Modest recording instruments’: Science, Surrealism and Visuality”, in Art History: Journal of the Association of Art Historians D Lomas Susan Morris
“The Marks, Traces, and Gestures of Drawing” by Michael Newman in The Stage of Drawing A Newman Susan Morris
Chance, Documents of Contemporary Art series M Iversen Susan Morris
"Index, Diagram, Graphic Trace" in Tate Papers no. 18, October 2012. Special issue on Involuntary Drawing edited by Prof. Margaret Iversen http://www.tate.org.uk/research/publications/tate-papers/index-diagram-graphic-trace Prof. M Iversen Susan Morris
"Drawing in the Dark" in Tate Papers no. 18, October 2012. Special issue on Involuntary Drawing edited by Prof. Margaret Iversen http://www.tate.org.uk/research/publications/tate-papers/drawing-dark S Morris Susan Morris
John Cage’s IMAGINARY LANDSCAPE Susan Morris Link
http://hyperallergic.com/199012/artists-pick-artists-susan-morris/ http://www.allthelibraries.com/Westminster-Reference-Library Susan Morris Link
On Kawara – Silence J Weiss Bryony Fer
The guillotine and the Terror D Arasse Michael Newman
“Fabricated Identities: Placements” in Portraiture R Brilliant Michael Newman
Memoirs of the Blind: The Self-Portrait and Other Ruins J Derrida Michael Newman
Inventing Marcel Duchamp: the dynamics of Portraiture A C Goodyear Michael Newman
Some Kinds of Duration: The Temporality of Drawing as Process Art, by P M Lee in In Afterimage: Drawing through Process C Butler Michael Newman
L’autre portrait J L Nancy Michael Newman
The Infinite Line: Remaking Art after Modernism* B Fer Margaret Iversen
Time and the Image C B Gill Margaret Iversen

Titles marked with an asterix * are held in the Outset Study library