Included in “From Commons to NFTs”, an anthology published on Aksioma Press, based on the essay series commissioned by Makery.
Ethical Engagement with NFTs — Impossibility or Viable Aspiration?, for “From Commons to NFTs”, a series of essays published on Makery and initiated by Shu Lea Cheang, Felix Stalder, & Ewen Chardronnet.
Contributed as a guest expert to this report by OCAD University for Canadian Heritage: Decrypting the Medium: A Report on the Non-Fungible Token (NFT) Market.
Curating-with: Artistic Methodologies for Social Innovation and Community-focused Acts of Care, Maintenance, and Repair, Doctoral dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Porto.
Unraveling the landscape: a 360° workshop, with António Baía Reis, for EASST Review, Volume 39 (1).
Views from the Edge: Prototyping “Rapid” Ethnography in Madeira, with Justin Pickard, for EASST Review, Volume 38 (1).
From the Periphery: exploring STS at the edges of Europe, for EASST Review, Volume 37 (2).
Twentieth Century Faux, for HOLO Magazine, Issue #2.
From Innovator to Maintainer: The Anti-Heroic Turn, for EASST Review, Volume 35 (4).
The Space of Possibilities: Political Economies of Technology Innovation in Sub-Saharan Africa, with Chris Csikszentmihalyi, Jude Mukundane, Gemma Rodrigues, and Daniel Mwesigwa, in Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
Artist as Science Communicator, in Sociotechnical Environments: Proceedings of the 6th STS Italia Conference, Edited by: Crabu S., Giardullo, P., Miele F., Turrini, M., November 2017.
Ushering in the Era of Beneficial Intelligence, thematic essay for GOGBOT Festival 2016: Post-Singularity.
Wrote a monthly column for over two years on Art + Tech on Canadian art blog Akimbo.
Watching You, Watching Me, for Volume Magazine (issue #35).
Where is the Time? Foundation Izolyatsia/Galleria Continua, for C Magazine (issue #116, Winter 2012).
The Long Shadow of Auschwitz, for Volume Magazine (issue #31).
Buses, Babies, Temporary Tattoos: Social Media and Art Collide, for C Magazine (issue #113, Spring 2012).
Lviv, for Spacing Magazine (issue #23).
Moving the Museum Online, for Rhizome.org.
Ways Out of the Labyrinth: The Work of Jessica Auer in CV Photo Magazine (issue #77).
Other published work has appeared in: Mute Magazine, Spacing Magazine, Broken Pencil Magazine, PUBLIC journal, Domein voor Kunstkritiek, .dpi, Glowlab, Vague Terrain, Centre international d’art contemporain de Montréal (CIAC) e-magazine, Kiss Machine, and many other publications.
Curator and Editor of the Blowup Reader series, which commissioned and re-used existing content to create a series of eBooks examining the themes explored in the Blowup series of events and exhibitions that I curated at V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media in Rotterdam, The Netherlands from 2011-2015.
Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Curating.info, the leading web resource for curators of contemporary art, from 2006-2015.
“On Agency and Ethics in Art (and Design) Education”, European Association for the Study of Science and Technology annual conference, Madrid, ES, July 9, 2022.
Panel discussion at “Math Expressionism”, Creative Coding Utrecht, March 3, 2022.
“Public art, museums, and the politics of “social curating””, Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, February 25, 2022.
“Curating-with: Artistic Methodologies for Social Innovation and Community-focused Acts of Care, Maintenance, and Repair“, lecture to the Lectoraat Creative Media for Social Change, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Amsterdam,
NL, December 13, 2021.
“Ecological Justice and the Creative Economy: Shifts in the Nascent Cryptoart Market”, Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) annual meeting, Toronto, CA, September 9, 2021.
“The Anti-Video Chat Manifesto“, PublicSpaces Conference #1: Towards A Common Internet, Amsterdam, NL, March 12, 2021.
Live interview with Scott Smith for “In Kepler’s Gardens”, Leiden Observatory, Leiden, NL, September 10, 2020.
“”A Theatre of Operations”: How are Artistic Interventions Made?” Performance Philosophy Biennial, Amsterdam, NL, March 15, 2019.
“It Looks Like You’re Writing A Letter: The new value systems embedded in digital inclusion programmes” Balance/Unbalance, Rotterdam, NL, September 20, 2018.
Digital Media Doctoral Symposium, UT Austin | Portugal CoLab, Lisbon, Portugal. 29 November 2018.
“Slagheaps into Rocketships — Radical Aesthetics and Micro-democracies.” lecture, Agents of the Anthropocene conference, Hogeschool Rotterdam NL, January 28, 2017.
“Artist as Science Communicator”, paper presentation, 6th STSItalia Conference, Trento, IT, November 25, 2016.
“Emerging Post-Digital Methods of Artistic Production”, paper presentation, Artistic Research track at 4S/EASST — Science and Technology by Other Means, Barcelona ES, September 1, 2016.
“What’s in a name?”, talk and panel discussion, “Sailing Under False Colours?”, organized by Medienwerk.nrw at PACT Zollverein, Essen DE, June 28, 2015.
“Innovation in Extreme Scenarios”, lecture, Make:Shift, Crafts Council UK & Makerversity, November 21, 2014.
“The eBook as a Vehicle for Re-dissemination and Creation”, lecture, Off The Press: Electronic Publishing and the Arts, Boijmans Museum, Rotterdam NL, May 22, 2014.
“Life Through The Eyes of Machines”, lecture and panel discussion, Mapping Festival, Geneva CH, May 7, 2013.
“Object-Oriented Ontology and Art”, lecture and panel discussion, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham UK, June 19, 2013.
“Uncharted Territories”, lecture, Lighthouse, Brighton UK, April 5, 2012.
“In Transition? The role of the curator and the arts in a digital culture”, lecture, Argos, Brussels BE, February 29, 2012.
Speaking tour of Ukraine: lectures at Palace of Fine Arts (Lviv), Center for Urban History (Lviv), and Center for Contemporary Art (Kyiv), November 2011.
Other presentations hosted by: PICNIC (Amsterdam), Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Edinburgh), London School of Economics, Edinburgh College of Art, Newcastle University, PechaKucha (Amsterdam), Playgrounds Festival (Tilburg), Pixel Gallery (Toronto), ISEA (Helsinki), DEAF (Rotterdam), Futuresonic (Manchester), Sonic Arts Research Centre (Belfast), PsyGeoConflux (New York), Upgrade! (Montreal), and higher education institutions across North America and Europe.