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Catalog The Supermarché des Images
–– Peter Szendy in collaboration with 'Emmanuel Alloa and Marta Ponsa.
Gallimard/Jeu de Pau,e Paris, 2020.

Essay 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.

Review by Lai-Tze Fan - Theory, Culture and Society

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.

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