writing and publishing
Paradoxes of the Now, Review of Yogesh Barve's exhibition "Explaining could be exploiting" at Clark House Initiative, Mumbai (2016)
In: Art INDIA magazine, Vol.XX Issue I

On drawing virtual objects, and rendering dreams, Exhibition essay (2015)
For: Tara Kelton's exhibition "interior.lib (Fly-through)", at GALLERYSKE, Delhi, India>>>>>text>>>>

Silicon Plateau Vol—1, book editor and producer (2015)
Produced in collaboration with The Centre for Internet & Society and T.A.J. Residency & SKE Projects (w/works by Abhishek Hazra, IOCOSE, Tara Kelton, Anil Menon, Achal Prabhala, Sunita Prasad, Sreshta Rit Premnath, Renuka Rajiv, Anja Gollor & Mirko Merkel, Christoph Schäfer)
Published by The Centre for Internet & Society

Internet Art, Dictionary entry co-authored with Sarah Cook (2015)
Grove Art Online Oxford Art Online, Oxford University Press.

Tangible Algorithms of the Everyday, Text for artist Martin John Callanan's artwork I Cannot Not Communicate (2015)
Premiered at Vitsœ, New York

Realities and evolution of producing and publishing online (and off), a series of interviews with a range of arts practioners including Alessandro Ludovico (Neural magazine) and Robert Sakrowski (curatingYouTube) (ongoing)
In: CRUMB website: Interviews

The fluidity of formats between publications and the screen, Interview with Misery Connoisseur (2014)
In: Digitalsmigital published by Misery Connoisseur and launched at Tenderbooks, London, UK.

Reflections on Creating and Exhibiting Digital Art, Conference paper (2013)
Co-author with Victoria Bradbury, Roddy Hunter, Suzy O’Hara and Dominic Smith.
In: ISEA2013 Conference proceedings. Learning from the CRUMB Method. Sydney, Australia.

On the Upgrade WYSIWYG, POD book editor and producer (2013)
Organised as part of or-bits.com exhibition activity (w/works by Jamie Allen, Renee Carmichael, David Horvitz, IOCOSE, Michael Kargl, Sara Nunes Fernandes, Julia Tcharfas, Maria Theodoraki and Richard Sides)
Published by or-bits.com, printed by Lulu.com, ISBN 978-0-9576741-0-3

On the Ecology of the Distributed Work of Art, Exhibition essay (2013)
In: Open File 3, exhibition catalogue for Rickroll exhibition organised by Open File, Spike Island (Bristol)
Online version available here

Appropriating Web Interfaces: From the Artist As DJ to the artist As Externalizer, Journal paper (2012)
In: NMC Media-N Journal, Fall 2012: v.08 n.02

Context-sensitive information spectacles, Catalogue essay (2012)
In: CHIMERA Q.T.E. exhibition catalogue curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini at Cell Project Space, London

Artist Profile: Benedict Drew, Artist Profile (2012)
In: this is tomorrow; online

New forms for old places and other ways of looking, Catalogue essay (2012)
In: Public Access Speed Show organised by Rachel Falconer, Ruth Hogan, Augustina Matuseviciute, Youna Shin, at Living Space, London >>>>downloadable catalogue including writing by Marc Garrett and Kenneth Goldsmith

You'll be watched, Exhibition text (2012)
For: Benedict Drew's The Persuaders organised by CIRCA, at CIRCA Site, Newcastle upon Tyne; >>>>>text>>>>

Review of Transmediale 2k+12, in/compatible, Exhibition review (2012)
In: Furtherfield; online

On enchanted castles, Catalogue Essay (2011)
In: Their Wonderlands exhibition catalogue organised by They Are Here, at MAC Brimingham

The Anarcheological Search and the WWW, Essay (2010)
In: jotta.com; online

◎ Writer in residence, (May 2010)
For: The Open Laboratory by They Are Here; Battersea Art Centre, London

Never when it happens. Only afterwards, Catalogue essay (2009)
In: The Pursuit of Happiness exhibition catalogue organised by Zbigniew Tomasz Kotkiewicz and Tekla Wozniak, at This Is Not a Gateway Festival, London

Looking for the contemporary documenter; Exhibition Review (2009)
Review of Istanbul Biennial 09 for LUXONLINE; Sept 2009
Want to go back?
"What I have in common with this guy [a guy standing in a field in the year 1200 doing whatever it is people in 1200 did while standing in fields], I suspect, is that a lot of our mental dialogue is with people we know: our parents, wives, kids, neighbors.
Where I suspect we part ways is in the number and nature of the conversations we have with people we've never met.
He probably does some talking to his gods, his ancestors, mythological beings, historical figures. So do I. But there is a category of people I mentally converse with that he does not: people from far away, who ha've arrived in the mind, with various agendas, via high-tech sources."
Saunders, G., 2007. The Braindead Megaphone. London: Penguin Books.