A conversation with artist David Horvitz about the standardization of time, space, and communication—and the ways in which we can resist and evade standardization by attending to the rhythms of our bodies (as well as the auditory landscapes of nineteenth-century villages).
An essay about the bonds formed by words, the relationship between language and reality, for the book Paul Ramirez Jonas: Public Trust.
In the February–March 2017 issue of Mousse, I published “What Do We Know?,” an essay about art in the so-called post-truth era.
An essay about how, as digital technologies enable increasingly accurate reproductions of artworks, museums—as well as artists and lawyers—are grappling with the complex aesthetic, legal, and political implications of copying.
A review of the Eleventh Gwangju Biennale in the online magazine 4Columns.
A project having to do with audiophile culture and the pursuit of realism in the reproduction of sound, published in Accessions, the online journal of Bard’s Center for Curatorial Studies.
A conversation devoted to the challenges posed to legal conceptions of images, objects, and data by emerging technologies.