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Hello Bitcoin - It's Probably Time to Start Lighting Things on Fire by Jamie Allen.
–– A transmediale Reader on Post-digital Practices, Concepts, and Institutions. R.Bishop, K.Gansing, J.Parikka, E. Wilk (eds.)
Stenberg Press, Berlin, 2016. pp. 221 - 226. ↩
Investigations on the Cultural Economy of Media Art. Alessio Chierico (ed.)
Digicult Editions 2017.
The Social Life of Money by Nigel Dodd.
Princeton University Press, 2014.
p. 204. ↩
Den här datorn, Olle Essvik och Joel Nordvist (red.)
Rojal Förlag, 2015.
p. 204. ↩
Journals, magazines, reviews.
Interview: PROSPEKT - Organising information is by Regine Debatty, We make money not art
REVIEW: Världen som en oändlig utställning by Sara Arvidsson.
Review: across & beyond – A transmediale Reader on Post-digital Practices, Concepts, and Institutions by Lai-Tze Fan.In particular, the artist reflections demonstrate imaginary spaces of action. The imaginary spaces of action that ensue can take back critical space, forcing some balance. For instance, Jamie Allen ruminates over Geraldine Juárez’s performative burning of a Bitcoin wallet in the project Hello Bitcoin, through which Juárez is able to wield the destructive power of fire to denature how we think of “value.” Such actions offer ways to understand what remains in the “post”—even if it is ash and soot!
Review: across & beyond – A transmediale Reader on Post-digital Practices, Concepts, and Institutions by Thomas Keating
In conversation with… #exstrange
The Ashcloud of a Network Information economy by Rachel O'Dwywer
Inget är en ö –– Christine Antaya
Medi(a)entusiaster –– Nils Olsson
Show Me The Money: The Image of Finance, 1700 To The Present –– Thomas Hopkin
Finanskunst by Michael Jeppesen
Artists flash the cash in exhibition about finance –– David Whetstone
Wu hit it first? 10 absurdly limited records that came before Once Upon A Time In Shaolin –– Twells, Muggs, RavensWhile Wu and their associates might hope that their luxurious single-copy album could be viewed as a work of art, Geraldine Juarez’s satirical Wealth Transfer is actually a fully-fledged gallery piece. Hosted at the Piracy Today exhibition in London in 2013, it was presented as a unique 10” record containing three tracks made from the patterns of three stock market crashes.