Category Archives: Book

Exhibition catalogue out now!

“Dear Imaginary Audience,” exhibition catalogue with texts by Cory Arcangel, Clément Chéroux, Jodi Dean, Doris Gassert, Fabio Paris, Katrina Sluis, Nadine Wietlisbach, edited by Doris Gassert, Fabio Paris, Mona Schubert, designed by Studio Achermann, Zürich, available at Spector Books.

Recommended read: Astro Noise

Laura Poitras, Ai Weiwei, Jacob Appelbaum, Cory Doctorow, Jill Magid, Trevor Paglen, Edward Snowden, Hito Steyerl… need to say more?

Digital Contagions is out

Jussi Parikka’s new book is out: Digital Contagions. A Media Archaeology of Computer Viruses. And our work is on the cover! “Viruses, worms, and other software objects are not seen merely from the perspective of anti-virus research or practical security concerns, but as cultural and historical expressions that traverse a non-linear field from fiction to […]

INFORMATION book is out

Information, edited by Sarah Cook, is out: “This anthology provides the first art-historical reassessment of information-based art in relation to data structures and exhibition curation.” It’s part of Whitechapel’s Documents of Contemporary Art, and it features a great essay by Marina Gržinić on our work Life Sharing. Raw data is now the stuff of life […]

The Black Chamber catalogue

The ‪‎Black Chamber‬ catalog is OUT! Download it for FREE or buy a printed copy. Edited by Eva and Franco Mattes, Domenico Quaranta and Bani Brusadin, made by Link Editions + Aksioma.

Mass Effect

Mass Effect: Art and the Internet in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Lauren Cornell and Ed Halter, featuring a lot of really really good texts, highly recommended.

“Don’t Follow the Wind” Japanese catalogue is out

“Don’t Follow the Wind” Japanese catalogue is out! If you can read Japanese buy it here!

Cams, exhibitionism, vouyerism

“Connected by Camera“, by Joanne McNeil, from the book Art and the Internet

More Real? Catalogue!

I’m reading the More Real? exhibition catalogue right now and love the essay Make-Believe: Parafiction and Plausibility, by Carrie Lambert-Beatty. You can read an older version of the essay on October magazine, though I’d totally recommend the whole More Real? catalogue: “Fiction or fictiveness has emerged as an important category in recent art. But like a paramedic as opposed to a […]


Along with the exhibition we just opened in London they published a small book: “ANONYMO UNTITLE DIMENSIO” (?!). It looks like a wrongly designed programming manual, featuring a great essay by Melissa Gronlund, “Eva and Franco Mattes: Camping in the Art World”, and all our recent works. It’s for sale for the unmatchable price of […]