Paletten Summer, 2021↩
Render Me Grey: Interview with Possible Bodies
SINK Autumn, 2019↩
It's a set-up
in SINK Volume II: Texts. Autumn, 2019↩
G is for Geography.
Geography and the-world-as-a-digital-exhibition a the Google Cultural Institute.
Continent. Issue 7.1 2018 ↩
Edited by Nadezda Kinsky Müngersdorff and Bernhard Garnicnig.
The Biopolitics of Melanopic Illuminance.
With Magnus Eriksson
Scapegoat: Architecture | Landscape | Political Economy. ↩
10: NIGHT. 2017 [PDF]
Google is not all that meets the eye. It is like an amulet, a talisman. You may
use it to find everything. And Nothing. And then look at related pictures.
What would you like to know? What do you need to know? What is it that you are
looking for? Google can fulfill that desire. In a social reality in which tangible interaction
has been traded for virtual connectivity, Google is the largest broker of wish fulfillment.
Searching is not only a function of the system, it is the system. Searching is the basis for
all computing - superseding any operating system - created for you to experience an
organized illusory reality.
Joining the greatest data cult ever imagined has but a few limitations. Please consult
Google's Terms of Service for further details.
Intercolonial Technogalactic (2014-2017)
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A Pre-emptive History of the Google Cultural Institute
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Forest Porn. (fairy tale version)
Continent. Issue 5.1. 2016 . ↩
Lost and Found
With Randy Safaran
in The F.A.T. Manual. Quaranta & Juárez (eds.) Link Editions, Brescia 2013. ↩ [PDF]
How to unload bags and practice failure
With Adam Bobbette
FUSE Magazine. Vol.31, No.1. 2008.