Inigo Wilkins took his masters in Sonic Culture at the University of East London, and completed his doctorate in Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London in 2016. His thesis Irreversible Noise: The Rationalization of Randomness and the Fetishization of Indeterminacy was published as a book by Urbanomic (2017). He is a co-director of Glass Bead.
Publications include “Interfacey McInterface Face”, Litteraria Pragensia, 2017; “The Sharpest Point of Sensation is Pointless” in a booklet accompanying an LP by musician Eric Frye entitled On Small Differences in Sensation, 2016; “Destructive Destruction: An Ecological Study of High Frequency Trading” first published in Mute magazine, 2013. An extended version of “Destructive Destruction” published in HFT Review, February 2013, in the Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment, January 2014, and in Plants, Androids and Operators: A Post-Media Handbook published by PML Books, 2014; and “Catalyzing Dissent” published in Mute magazine, December 2012.