Vera List Center Fellowship

From 2013 until 2015, I’ll be a fellow at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at the New School.

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Vera List Center Fellowship

From 2013 until 2015, I’ll be a fellow at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at the New School.

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“Headless Commercial Thriller”

“Offshore finance, Bataille, xenospace, murder! The unmaking of a mainstream mystery novel.” An essay published in Triple Canopy.

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“Headless Commercial Thriller”

“Offshore finance, Bataille, xenospace, murder! The unmaking of a mainstream mystery novel.” An essay published in Triple Canopy.

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“Future Fictions”

A contribution to a survey on how narrative structures will change as technology advances, published in Frieze.

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“Future Fictions”

A contribution to a survey on how narrative structures will change as technology advances, published in Frieze.

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“A Note on Common Minds”

An essay on the contemporary infatuation with the brain, published in Triple Canopy.

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“A Note on Common Minds”

An essay on the contemporary infatuation with the brain, published in Triple Canopy.

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Introducing the Web

A performance at Swiss Institute, in conjunction with Jon Kessler’s exhibition “The Web.”

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Introducing the Web

A performance at Swiss Institute, in conjunction with Jon Kessler’s exhibition “The Web.”

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Peter Young’s “Capitalist Masterpieces”

A review of “Capitalist Masterpieces,” Peter Young’s exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson, published in Artforum.

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Peter Young’s “Capitalist Masterpieces”

A review of “Capitalist Masterpieces,” Peter Young’s exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson, published in Artforum.

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“Gestural Abstractions”

An essay on touch-screen interfaces, copyright law, and our interactions with images, published in Artforum.

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“Gestural Abstractions”

An essay on touch-screen interfaces, copyright law, and our interactions with images, published in Artforum.

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