Best of:  Stepford Apps / Workoholic Holograms/ Postcards from the FutchThe Junk Ships on Alibaba / My Broken iPhoneTouch to Feel / Overfutured / Tiny ProofsThe Never Forgotten House / Movies to See AloneMirror with Memory and a Blind SpotThe Internet of Things Will Ruin Birthdays / In Aura / Screenshots as POV / o<


LURKING, coming soon.


Jon Rafman’s Nine Eyes Contributor (New Documents, 2016), Borrowing, Poaching…., Contributor, (The Piracy Project/AND Publishing, 2015), The Atlas of Contemporary Networks, Contributor, (IUAV Venice, 2015), Cat is Art Spelled Wrong, Contributor (Walker Center/Coffee House, 2015), Art and the Internet, Contributor (Black Dog Publishing, 2014), The Junk Ships on Alibaba, Author, (Piracy Papers/AND Publishing 2014), SQM: The Quantified Home, Contributor (Lars Müller Publishers, 2014), App Art, Contributor (ZKM, forthcoming), Best of Rhizome 2012, Editor (Link Editions)



Column: Medium’s The Message (personal archive) 2014 – 2015. Selected essays: The Internet of Things Will Ruin Birthdays: Birthday harassment from brands and data tracking disguised as warm wishes, Postcards from the Futch: Nothing looks like the past like talking about “the future” of the internet, The Apple Watch is a Watch: Apple design after Steve Jobs, Sound and Memory: We need an Instagram for field recordings, iPhone Dreams: Renders from 2006 tell us everything about what we used to think a phone could be, The Internet is Real: Ross Ulbricht, the Silk Road trial, and the quasi-fictions of internet culture, Block by Block: Learning to love the block button. Learning to love being blocked, The Facebook Bully: what happens when the platform itself is the source of online abuse Clothing as SOS: The challenges of building wearables for personal safety without burdening a victim, Harassed by Algorithms: A user recommended as “similar to you” might be dangerous, Screenshots as POV: Your point of view from the GoPro camera to the screen, In Aura: Migraine aura illustrations as online folk art (full archive...)


Catalog essays:

  • The Windshield and the Screen, Unthinking Photography, The Photographers’ Gallery, February, 2019
  • The Community of Everybody and Nobody, I Was Raised on the Internet, MCA, 2018
  • You May Also Like: Robert Stadler, Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau Brühlsche Terrasse, 2017
  • The Simplest Forms of Communication, Schirn, Lauren McCarthy and Kyle McDonald, SCHIRN Kunsthalle Frank­furt.
  • Jon Rafman’s 9 Eyes, Contributor, Fillip/New Documents, 2016
  • Olia Lialina’s My Boyfriend Came Back From The War. Online since 1996, House of Electronic Arts (HeK) Basel, 2016
  • Albertine Meunier, My Google Search History, the book: Volume 2, 2016
  • Listening to a Face, Unthinking Photography, The Photographers’ Gallery, December 2016
  • Borrowing, Poaching…., The Piracy Project/AND Publishing, 2015
  • The Atlas of Contemporary Networks, IUAV Venice, 2015
  • Matthew Plummer-Fernandez, Hard Copy, NOME, 2015
  • Cat is Art Spelled Wrong, Walker Art Center/Coffee House Press, 2015
  • Fear of Zero Bars Haunted Machines, March 2015
  • The Patriotic Face Saturated Space, December 2014
  • Art and the Internet, Contributor, Black Dog Publishing, 2014
  • The Junk Ships on Alibaba, Author, Piracy Papers/AND Publishing, 2014
    SQM: The Quantified Home, Contributor, Lars Müller Publishers, 2014
  • Touch to Feel, TTTT, Jerwood Space, 2014
  • The Dust of the Future, Maurice Carlin’s Performance Publishing: Regents Trading Estate/ The State, 2014
  • Best of Rhizome 2012, Editor, Link Editions, 2013
    “Endless Archive” Collect the WWWorld. The Artist as Archivist in the Internet Age Spazio Contemporanea, Corsetto Sant’Agata, 22 – Brescia September 24 – October 1, 2011
  • Overfutured for Free exhibition The New Museum, October 20, 2010 ~ January 23, 2011

A selection of posts for the Rhizome.org blog:

Architectural Uncanny Valley / A Conversation with Jonathan Lethem / The Artist Google Street View Photographed Twice / Jeff Noon’s Sporecast / The Eternal Internet Brotherhood / Improving Prometheus / Artist Profile: Adam Harvey / Past and Present in “Strange Simultaneity”: Mark Fisher Explains Hauntology at NYU / Put a Corinthian Column on It / Artist Profile: Adam Harvey / Artist Profile: Ed Fornieles / Snapshots of Occupy Wall Street / Stranger Interactions with Kio Stark / Cole Stryker, Author of “Epic Win for Anonymous” on Interior Semiotics, Context Collapse, and “You Rage You Lose” / Connecting at ContactCon / Artist Profile: James Howard / Artist Profile: Duncan Malashock