Essays, Articles, Chapters

Artist’s Project: Old Haunts’, Artforum February 2017, 176-183.

‘Le Cinéma comme critique de l’espace’, Criticat 15, 2015 printemps, 92-102.

‘For the Future of the Landscape: an Interview with Patrick Keiller’ in Kumiko Kiuchi, Landscapes in Time: Patrick Keiller’s Robinson Trilogy (Tokyo: Office 903, 2015), i-x.

‘The Dilapidated Dwelling’, reprinted in Architecture_MPS 6.3, January 2015.

‘Les Possibilités de survie sur notre planète’ in Claire Omhovère (ed.), L’Art du paysage, Volume VII (Paris: Michel Houdiard Éditeur, 2014), 62-76.

‘D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson’s On Growth and Form’, Tate Etc. 30, Spring 2014, 88-95.

Antony Hudek (ed.), Noit – 1, JL: Time-Based Portraits (London: Camberwell Press and Flat Time House, 2013), 60-61.

‘Beginning of the End, or End of the Beginning’, Tate Etc. 24, Spring 2012, 90-91.

‘Robinson in Ruins’ in Renata Tyszczuk, Joe Smith, Nigel Clark, Melissa Butcher (eds.), Atlas: Geography, Architecture and Change in an Interdependent World (London: Black Dog Publishing, 2012), 96-101.

‘La Science du peuple’, Criticat 9, March 2012, 114-123.

‘Imaging’ in Matthew Beaumont, Gregory Dart (eds.), Restless Cities (London: Verso, 2010), 139-154.

‘Landscape and Cinematography’, Cultural Geographies, 16.3, 2009, 409-414.

‘Popular Science’ in Anthony Kiendl (ed.), Informal Architectures: Space and Contemporary Culture (London: Black Dog, 2008), 32-37.

‘Urban Space and Early Film’ in Andrew Webber, Emma Wilson (eds.), Cities in Transition: The Moving Image and the Modern Metropolis (London, New York: Wallflower, 2008), 29-39.

‘Phantom Rides: The Railway and Early Film’ in Matthew Beaumont, Michael Freeman (eds.), The Railway and Modernity: Time, Space, and the Machine Ensemble (Oxford etc: Peter Lang, 2008), 69-84.

Interview with Patrick Keiller, Time Out, 21 November 2007, 67.

‘Phantom Rides’, Guardian Review, 10 November 2007, 14.

‘Londres, Bombay’, Vertigo 3.6, Summer 2007, 38-39, 42-23.

‘Film as Spatial Critique’ in Mark Dorrian, Murray Fraser, Jonathan Hill, Jane Rendell (eds.), Critical Architecture (London, New York: Routledge, 2007), 115-123.

‘The City of the Future’ in Alan Burton, Laraine Porter (eds.), Picture Perfect: Landscape, Place and Travel in British Cinema before 1930 (Exeter: Exeter University Press, 2007), 104-112, abridged online.

‘Coal Hopper, Nine Elms Lane, 1979’ in Iain Sinclair (ed.), London: City of Disappearances (London: Hamish Hamilton, 2006), 292-295.

‘Motion Pictures’, Guardian Review, 21 May 2005, 18-19,

John House and Patrick Keiller, ‘River of Dreams’, Tate Etc. 3 (Spring 2005), 100-107.

‘Tram Rides and Other Virtual Landscapes’ in Simon Popple, Patrick Russell, Vanessa Toulmin (eds.), The Lost World of Mitchell & Kenyon: Edwardian Britain on Film (London: BFI, 2004), 191-200.

‘The City of the Future’, City 7:3, November 2003, 376-386.

‘London in the Early 1990s’ in Andrew Gibson, Joe Kerr (eds.), London from Punk to Blair (London: Reaktion, 2003), 353-361 and in AA Files 49: London: Postcolonial City (London: Architectural Association, 2003), 20-24, reprinted in AA Files X (London: Architectural Association, 2018), 20-24, with afterword.

‘London-Rochester-London’ in Cedric Price et al, Re:CP (Basel, Boston, Berlin: Birkhäuser, 2003), 168-185.

‘The Poetic Experience of Townscape and Landscape’ and ‘Atmosphere, Palimpsest and Other Interpretations of Landscape’ reprinted in Nina Danino, Michael Mazière (eds.), The Undercut Reader (London, New York: Wallflower, 2003), 75-83, 204-208.

‘Sexual Ambiguity and Automotive Engineering’ in Peter Wollen, Joe Kerr (eds.), Autopia (London: Reaktion, 2002), 342-353.

‘Architectural Cinematography’ in Kester Rattenbury (ed.), This Is Not Architecture (London, New York: Routledge, 2002), 37-44.

The Robinson Institute, eBook in series Species of Spaces for diffusion.org.uk, 2002,

‘Build, don’t repair’, The Independent, 9 May 2002, 16-17.

‘British Cinema Questionnaire’, Cineaste 26.4, Fall 2001, 65-66.

‘Port Statistics’ in Iain Borden, Joe Kerr, Jane Rendell, Alicia Pivaro (eds.), The Unknown City (Cambridge MA, London: MIT, 2001), 442-458.

Nothing, Graham Gussin and Ele Carpenter (London: August Media and Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, 2001), 130.

‘Popular Science’ in Landscape (London: British Council, 2000), 60-67.

Essay for This is British Art, supplement to the Observer, 19 March 2000, 30-33.

‘The Dilapidated Dwelling’ in Sarah Wigglesworth, Jeremy Till (eds.), The Everyday and ArchitectureArchitectural Design 68:7-8, 1998, 22-27.

‘Revolution by the Sea’, Blueprint 141, 1997, 36-37.

‘Interview with Robinson’, Time Out, 8 January 1997.

‘Photogenie’, Cambridge Architecture Journal 8, 1996, 43-46.

‘The Tourist Poem’, Umeni XLIII.1-2, UDU AV ČR, Prague, 1995, 45-47.

‘The Visible Surface’, Sight and Sound, November 1994, 35.

1994 Berlin Film Festival programme text for London, reprinted as ‘Filming London Obliquely’, Regenerating Cities 7, 1994, 54-55.

‘The Devětsil Exhibition in England’, Umeni XL.1, UDU AV ČR, Prague, 1992, 79-84.

‘Czech Perspective’, Building Design, 13 March 1987, 22-25.

‘Atmosphere, Palimpsest and Other Interpretations of Landscape’, Undercut 7-8, 1983, 125-129.

‘The Poetic Experience of Townscape and Landscape’, Undercut 3-4, 1982, 42-48.