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Artists[edit]

Events[edit]

Exhibitions & catalogues[edit]

Selected group exhibitions featuring works of three or more artists.

2008[edit]

  • Netmares/Netdreams, Current Gallery, Baltimore, 2008. Works by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Mark Brown, Petra Cortright, Harm Van den Dorpel, Ben Fino-Radin, Martijn Hendrik, Daniel Keller & Nik Kosmas (AIDS-3D), Guthrie Lonergan, Sara Manara, Pascual Sisto, James Whipple, Damon Zucconi. Curated by Kai (Kari) Altmann and Mark Brown. "Online and international show platform's second release, this time in a physical gallery."

2009[edit]

  • In Real Life, Capricious Space, New York, 7-28 Mar 2009. Works by: Art Fag City, ASDF, Club Internet, Ffffound, The Highlights, Humble Arts Foundation, I Heart Photograph, Loshadka, Netmares/Netdreams, Platform For Pedagogy, Private Circulation, UbuWeb, VVORK, Why + Wherefore. Curated by Laurel Ptak. "An exhibition that invites innovative and independent online art initiatives to each come do a 4-hour residency inside the space of a gallery—attempting to explore how the distribution, production, analysis, and consumption of culture are rapidly evolving in an online context. In particular the exhibition aims to render the labor of these online practices transparent, providing 'real life' access to these cultural producers, and overall inspiring public dialogue around their practices."
  • Image Search, P·P·O·W, New York City, 25 Jun-31 Jul 2009. Works by 13 artists: Aids-3D, Colleen Asper, Aleksandra Domanovic, Christoph Draeger, Daniel Everett, Oliver Laric, Jason Lazarus, Abigail Lloyd, Lucky Dragons, Jill Magid, James Shaeffer, Suzanne Treister, Conrad Ventur. Curated by Jamie Sterns. "Presents the work of artists who use the internet as the primary source for reference and research in their image-making process."

2010[edit]

  • Surfing Club, Plug.in, Basel, 26 Mar-30 May 2010; Espace Multimédia Gantner, Bourogne, 9 May-3 Jul 2010. Works by Aids-3D, John Michael Boling, Petra Cortright, Aleksandra Domanovic, Harm van den Dorpel, Joel Holmberg, Oliver Laric, Marisa Olson, Guthrie Lonergan, Paul Slocum & Nasty Nets, Spirit Surfers, Loshadka. Curated by Raffael Dörig. "Works by a new generation of artists working with and within the internet." Booklet. Video report.
  • Multiplex by VVORK, Peer to Space, Munich, 22 Apr 2010. Works by Paul Chan, Michael Bell-Smith, Timur Si-Qin, Agnieszka Polska, Guthrie Lonergan, Rafael Rozendaal, Constant Dullaart, Charles Broskoski, Joel Holmberg, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Hayley Silverman, Petra Cortright, Anouk Kruithof, Harm van den Dorpel, Michael Aschauer, Carla Edwards, Damon Zucconi, Laura Brothers, Ken Seeno, Eve Essex, Chris Collins, Matthieu Clainchard, Alex Delany, Brock Davis, Billy Rennekamp, Dena Yago, Jason Lee, Annika Larsson, Manuel Gorkiewicz, Will Rockel. Curated by VVORK.COM.
  • Full Operational Toolbox & Index of Potential, M21, Athens, 14-30 May 2010. Works by: Otto von Busch, Forms of Melancholy curated by Chris Coy, Aleksandra Domanovic, Seth Price, Let’s Remake, Dexter Sinister, Damon Zucconi. Index of Potential (printed matter) works by: R-U-In?S and many more. Curated by Kernel, Petros Moris, Pegy Zali and Theodoros Giannakis. "Full/Operational/Toolbox looked at a set of contemporary art practices that negotiate the artwork as a hybrid object, as a flow of multiple manifestations and possibilities, involving processes of (re)production that point towards an alternative economy of creativity." [1]
  • Catch & Release, Darsa Comfort, Zurich, 9-26 Jun 2010. Works by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Iain Ball, Till Forrer, Yannic Joray. Curated by Darsa Comfort, Lorenzo Bernet, Fredi Fischli and Carmen Tobler. Objects in the show were shipped, displayed on screens, or obtained as readymades by the curators, examining supply chains and the art of critical staging and context (including online context) as production. The readymade objects were "released" back into the world as normal consumer goods when the show was complete.
  • Troll, Envoy Enterprises, 131 Chrystie, New York, 1-15 Jul 2010. Works by Jacob Meehan, Brad Troemel, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Andrew Laumann, Michael Magnan, Patrick Dyer, Dylan Reece, Chris Udemezue, Scott Hug, Ben Schumacher, Cody Critcheloe, Chris Bogia, Matt Lifson, Jarrod Beck, Elijah Burgher, Daniel Leyva, Lazaro Rodriguez, Ben Aqua, Da Sul Kim, Travess Smalley, Mark Spalding, Kristin Smallwood, Ivan Lozano, Khalid Al Gharaballi, Shawn Maximo, Borna Sammak, Fatima Al Qadiri, Jason Villegas, Paul Cupo, Venus Jazmin Soto, Adam Radokovich and Anthony Thornton. Curated by Keehnan Konyha and Jacob Gaboury. "TROLL is a group exhibition to examine the act of trolling as a sexual, cultural, and ethical practice. To troll is to sift through image and text, filtering and re-contextualizing subject-significant objects; it is a baiting and malicious comment made behind the anonymity of the Web, soliciting argument for the purpose of producing breakdown and chaos; it is a sexual practice, to cruise for sex, to seek partners anonymous or otherwise." Featured Kai (Kari) Altmann's "Hhellblauu", a performative printout of an online project made on request for the show.
  • Exhibition One, Chrystal Gallery & Gentili Apri, Berlin, 6-7 Oct 2010. Works by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Charles Broskoski, Lindsay Lawson, Billy Rennekamp, Maxwell Simmer, Harm Van Den Dorpel. Curated by Timur Si-Qin. "Extracting a parallel instance of the work as a three-dimensional representation of geometric data, Exhibition One offers an opportunity to present an alternate framework that posits the questions: Where does an artwork stop and its documentation begin? What is the function of a prospective image that is decisively not-a-model?" [2]
  • R-U-In?S Catalogue #002: Unboxing, Online, 2010. Participants in Catalogue #002 include Hydrothermal Emerald (Emily Jones), TRAWLR (Lorenzo Bernet & Yannic Joray), X2MX and Sony HD (Matteo Giordano), Visual Aids (Sam Morgan), ProductLaneEvol (Iain Ball), Central Unit, Econimish (Nick Lalla), Survival Tips and Expo 2020 (Katja Novitskova), Dis Magazine, KERNEL, Darsa Comfort, Kai (Kari) Altmann and many more. Curated and Edited by Kai (Kari) Altmann. "The website aimed to catalogue and represent the identities, tropes, and memes from the current phase of R-U-In?S with a bit more organization and online flexibility. It also catalogued the shows and editorial activities of the project."
  • Free, New Museum, New York City, 20 Oct 2010-23 Jan 2011. Works by 22 artists: Liz Deschenes, Aleksandra Domanovic, Lizzie Fitch, Martijn Hendriks, Joel Holmberg, David Horvitz, Lars Laumann, Andrea Longacre-White, Kristin Lucas, Jill Magid, Takeshi Murata, Hanne Mugaas, Rashaad Newsome, Lisa Oppenheim, Trevor Paglen, Seth Price, Ryan Trecartin and David Karp, Jon Rafman, Clunie Reid, Amanda Ross-Ho, Alexandre Singh, Harm van den Dorpel. Curated by Lauren Cornell. "“Free” explores how the internet has fundamentally changed our landscape of information and our notion of public space. ... The artist Seth Price's essay “Dispersion” serves as touchstone for this exhibition." Interview with curator (Hyperallergic). Review: Rosenberg (NYT). [3] [4]
  • BYOB Berlin, Bureau Friederich Project Studio, Berlin, 10 July 2010. Works by: AIDS-3D, Alexandra Domanovic, Andreas Angelidakis, Andrew Keaton, Angelo Plessas, Anne de Vries, Billy Rennekamp, Constant Dullaart, Dafna Maimon, Darri Lorenzen, Emile Zile, Hayley Silverman, Helga Wretman, Jaime Whipple, Juliette Bonneviot, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Katja Novitskova, Kinga Kielczynska, Lindsay Lawson, Mike Ruiz, Oliver Laric, Rafaël Rozendaal, Spiros Hadjidjanos, Timur Si-Qin, Voin de Voin, Wojciech Kosma. Curated by Anne De Vries and Rafael Rozendaal.
  • BYOB NYC, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, 12 Nov 2010. Works by: Agnes Bolt, Artie Vierkant, Billy Rennekamp, Britta Thie, Brian Close, Calla Henkel & Max Pitegoff, Charles Broskoski, Damon Zucconi, Duncan Malashock, Daniel Chew, Dena Yago, Hayley Silverman, Jeremy Bailey, Jesse England, Joel Holmberg, John Michael Boling, Joyce Jordan, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Krist Wood, Mai Ueda, Marlous Borm, Michelle Ceja, Mike Ruiz, Rene Abythe, Riley Harmon, Ryder Ripps, Sarah Weis & Arturo Cubacub, Tom Moody, Travess Smalley, Travis Hallenbeck, Wojciech Kosma. Curated by Rafael Rozendaal.
  • An Immaterial Survey of Our Peers, Sullivan Galleries, Art Institute of Chicago, Online, 2010. Works by AIDS-3D, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Jon Rafman, Travess Smalley, Ben Schumacher, Hermonie Only, among many others. Curated by The Jogging, Brad Troemel, Lauren Christiansen.

2011[edit]

  • Post Internet Survival Guide, Future Gallery/Gentili Apri, Berlin, 28 Jan-6 Feb 2011. Works by Lorenzo Bernet & Yannic Joray, Sam Hammocks, Martin Kohout, Oliver Laric, Gene McHugh, Christian Oldham, Aude Pariset, Tabor Robak, Timur Si-Qin, Micah Shippa, Kate Steciew, Damon Zucconi. Curated by Katja Novitskova and Michael Ruiz. [5] [6]
  • Stone Sky Over Thingworld, Bitforms Gallery, New York City, 2 Jun-29 Jul 2011. Works by Michelle Ceja, Brenna Murphy, Jon Rafman, Artie Vierkant. Curated by Claudia Hart. "The relatedness of style and discourse [of these artists] emerges from ... their educations, the function of the Internet as a system of distribution and communication, – and ultimately, their shared attitudes and digital strategies."
  • R-U-In?S Underground Economies, Atelier 35, Bucharest, 10 Jun 2011. Works by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Iain Ball, Matteo Giordano, Sam Hancocks and Sebastian Moyano. Curated by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Matei Samihaian and Silvia Saitoc. "Images and objects pulled into a communal blackmarket of critical attitudes."
  • Land Art For A New Generation, Showroom MAMA, Rotterdam, 18 Jun-7 Aug 2011. Works by Aram Bartholl, Artie Vierkant, Coralie Vogelaar & Teun Castelein, Dennis de Bel, Jeremy Wood, JODI, Juliette Bonneviot, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Constant Dullaart. "The starting point for the project is the fact that the analog and digital are now so closely interwoven. ... The exhibition centers on a generation of artists dealing with themes such as (digital) decay and the continuous processing of vast amounts of information. They all share an interest in the creation of new databases at the interface of the physical object and immaterial digital culture."
  • Grouped Show, Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin, 16 Jul-20 Aug 2011. Works by Nicolas Ceccaldi, Aleksandra Domanovic, Yngve Holen, Keller/Kosmas, Oliver Laric, Marlie Mul, Timur Si-Qin. Selected by Robert O. Fitzpatrick. "The artists have worked together to place their work atop of, directly aside, or obtrusively in front of one another. ... These 'object hybrids' confront how the status quo methodology for curating group exhibitions (via fixed positions in physical display) is confronted by near-instantaneous peer-to-peer sharing of image, text, media and knowledge content between artists." Reviews: McGarry (Artforum), Sanchez (Artforum).
  • Rat Piss Virus Give It To Me, Yautepec Gallery, Mexico City, 21 Jul-20 Aug 2011. Works by Justin Bochek, Rachel De Joode, Dosha Devastation, Cédric Fargues, Radamés "Juni" Figueroa, Parker Ito, Jeffrey Joyal, Martin Kohout, Duncan Malashock, Carlos Laszlo, Ilia Ovechkin, Artie Vierkant. Curated by Gerardo Contreras.
  • New Jpegs, Johan Berggren Gallery, Malmö, 23 Jul-20 Aug 2011. Works by Chris Coy, Parker Ito, Jon Rafman, Ben Schumacher, Artie Vierkant. Curated by Parker Ito. "For this generation [of image-makers] traditional boundaries between object, action, and documentation has fully dissolved, leading to a set of working methods that can be seen as truly post-medium. ... The works exist equally as objects in gallery space and images in circulation." [7] [8]
  • Collect the WWWorld: The Artist as Archivist in the Internet Age, Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia, 24 Sep-15 Oct 2011. Works by Alterazioni Video, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Cory Arcangel, Gazira Babeli, Kevin Bewersdorf, Luca Bolognesi, Natalie Bookchin, Petra Cortright, Aleksandra Domanovic, Harm van den Dorpel, Constant Dullaart, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Elisa Giardina Papa, Travis Hallenbeck, Jodi, Oliver Laric, Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenshied, Guthrie Lonergan, Eva and Franco Mattes, Seth Price, Jon Rafman, Claudia Rossini, Evan Roth, Travess Smalley, Ryan Trecartin. Curated by Domenico Quaranta. "Collect the WWWorld sets out to demonstrate how the Internet generation is implementing and developing a practice started in the Sixties by Conceptual Art, and further developed in subsequent decades in the forms of Appropriation Art and postproduction..." Catalogue with essays and additional text by Domenico Quaranta, Josephine Bosma, Joanne McNeil and Gene McHugh.
  • The Greater Cloud, NIMk, Amsterdam, 10 Dec 2011-5 Feb 2012. Works by Marjolijn Dijkman, Martijn Hendriks, David Horvitz, Marisa Olson, Jon Rafman, Alexandre Singh, Ryan Trecartin, Artie Vierkant, Lance Wakeling, Pablo Larios, Pamela Rozenkranz. Curated by Petra Heck, Aleksandra Domanovic, Oliver Laric, and Katja Novitskova. "A show in which the Internet as a platform, medium or subject matter functions as a source of inspiration for artists and influences their artistic practice." Review: Dekker (NL).
  • R-U-In?S for K48, PPOW Gallery, New York, 2011. Videos from Iain Ball, Sam Hancocks, Emily Jones, Matteo Giordano and Kai (Kari) Altmann. Compiled and Curated by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Invited by Scott Hug and K48.

2012[edit]

  • Collect the WWWorld: The Artist As Archivist in the Internet Age, House for Electronic Arts, Basel, 9 Mar-20 May 2012. Works by Alterazioni Video, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Kevin Bewersdorf, Luca Bolognesi, Adam Cruces, Aleksandra Domanovic, Harm van den Dorpel, Constant Dullaart, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Elisa Giardina Papa, Travis Hallenbeck, Admir Jahic & Comenius Röthlisberger, Jodi, Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied, Guthrie Lonergan, Eva and Franco Mattes, Alexandra Navratil, Seth Price, Jon Rafman, Claudia Rossini, Evan Roth, Travess Smalley, Ryan Trecartin. Curated by Domenico Quaranta. Catalogue with essays and additional text by Domenico Quaranta, Josephine Bosma, Joanne McNeil and Gene McHugh.
  • Motion, Seventeen Gallery, London, 17 May-23 June, 2012. Works by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Merce Cunningham, Harm van den Dorpel, Michael Guidetti, Oliver Laric, Mark Leckey, Sean Raspet, Emanuel Rossetti, Hito Steyerl, Artie Vierkant. Curated by Ceci Moss and Tim Steer. "The object that exists in motion spans different points, relations and existences but always remains the same thing. Like the digital file, the bootlegged copy, the icon, or Capital it reproduces, travels and accelerates, constantly negotiating the different supports that enable its movement."
  • Image Object, Foxy Production, New York City, 1 Jun-20 Jul 2012. Works by Andrea Longacre-White, Travess Smalley, Kate Steciw, Artie Vierkant. "The exhibition considers the relationship between images and objects in the age of digital media. ... With visual content transposed and modified across digital platforms, notions of what an artwork can be are in flux, not unlike the way personal identities are shape-shifting across social networks."
  • Remainder, Hillary Crisp, London, 14 Jun-14 Jul 2012. Works by Neïl Beloufa, Steve Bishop, Sofia Hultén, Iman Issa, Toril Johannessen, Luke Stettner, Artie Vierkant. Curated by Alex Ross. [9]
  • Net Narrative, Carlos/Ishikawa, London, 13 Sep-20 Oct 2012. Works by Iain Ball, Ed Fornieles, Marlie Mul, Katja Novitskova, Ben Vickers, Holly White, Artie Vierkant. Curated by Harry Burke. Publication.
  • Collect the WWWorld: The Artist as Archivist in the Internet Age, 319 Scholes, New York, 18 Oct-24 Nov 2012. Works by Alterazioni Video, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Gazira Babeli, Kevin Bewersdorf, Aleksandra Domanovic, Constant Dullaart, Elisa Giardina Papa, Travis Hallenbeck, Jason Huff, Jodi, Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied, Eva and Franco Mattes, Oliver Laric, Jon Rafman, Ryder Ripps, Evan Roth, Ryan Trecartin, Brad Troemel, Penelope Umbrico, Clement Valla. Curated by Domenico Quaranta and Link. Catalogue with essays and additional text by Domenico Quaranta, Josephine Bosma, Joanne McNeil and Gene McHugh.
  • Style is the Tailor, American Medium, New York, 26-28 Nov, 2012. Works by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Benjamin Phelan, Borna Sammak, Travess Smalley. Curated by Josh Pavlacky and Daniel Wallace.
  • Biennial of Young Artists, Bucharest, 2012. Program Curated by Lea Rasovksy, Matei Samihaian and Silvia Saitoc. Works by: Kai (Kari) Altmann & Fatima Al Qadiri, Damon Zucconi, Aleksandra Domanovic, Jason Huff, Kim Asendorf, Jacob Engblom & Mitch Trale, Mihai Bulf, BTS Collective, Miron Ghiu, Dennis Knopf, Bogdan Macoviciuc, Chriss Timms, Andrew Norman Wilson. "In trying to make sense of the current conditions of art production and of the formal aspects embedded in the different mediums that aid this production, we've devised the concept of OddPoetics as a way to engulf the separate practices that deal with the preconditions or the source code of cultural artifacts."

2013[edit]

  • Nothing to See Here, Swiss Institute, Milan, 30 May-12 July, 2013. Multifold exhibition, video screening and talks including program for Wired NextFest 2013. Works by: Keller / Kosmas (Aids 3D), Alden Volney, Sabrina Ratté / Boxcutter, Aleksandra Domanović, John Michael Boling & Javier Morales, Paul Slocum, Oliver Laric, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Harm van den Dorpel, Guthrie Lonergan, Beni Bischof, Marisa Olson / Tanlines, Körner Union / Larytta, Goldin + Senneby / Hinrich Sachs / Ethidium Gould & Jochen Schmith, Patrick Ward, Adam Cruces, Enrico Boccioletti, etc. Curated by Domenico Quaranta, Valentina Tanni, Raffael Dorig. "The global diffusion of computers and the Internet, that supplied a vast number of users with the access to tools to produce and distribute images, has triggered a real explosion of creativity at every level. A multiform and undefined visual universe is the result..." "a group of young artists of international provenance that confront themselves, at aesthetic and conceptual level, with the cultures of the web..."
  • Open Shape 1, 2 and 3, 2013. Works by Juliette Bonneviot, Filip Olszewski + Dylan Abel, Yngve Holen, Ilya Smirnov, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Timur Si-Qin, Iain Ball, Alex Dolan, Bunny Rogers, Lenox Twins, Bea Fremderman, Kareem Lotfy, Katja Novitskova, Matthew Johnston & Max Werner, Jasper Spicero. Curated by Jasper Spicero.
  • Troping: The Jailbreak Gesture I, Online 2013. Works by: Samin Son, Jasper Spicero, Aude Pariset, Kai (Kari) Altmann. Curated by Kai (Kari) Altmann. "The Jailbreak Gesture explores the vital nature of language inside extreme systemic limitations."
  • #FutureMyth, 319 Scholes, New York 18 Apr-5 May 2013. Works by: Kai (Kari) Altmann, Matthew Arkell, Iain Ball, Enrico Boccioletti, Manuel Bürger, Sterling Crispin, Claire L. Evans, Ryan Whittier Hale, Erin Henry, Emily Jones, Taylor Kuffner, Paul Laffoley, Kareem Lotfy, Jonas Lund + Sebastian Schmieg, Einar Öberg, Rafaël Rozendaal, Jasper Spicero, Tanner Family, and Clement Valla + Erik Berglin. Curated by Daniel Leyva and Christina Latina.
  • Yoga Center, Titanik Gallery, Turku, 22-25 Aug 2013. Part of Antagon. Works by: Kai (Kari) Altmann + Garden Club, Maja Cule, Essi Kausalainen, Brenna Murphy, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Renaissance Man. Curated by Daniel Iinatti, Ida Lehtonen & Pontus Westerberg.
  • Neuromast: Certainty, Uncertainty and Contemporary Art, Franklin Street Works, Stamford, 12 Dec 2013-23 Feb 2014. Works by: Kai (Kari) Altmann, Christian Bök and Micah Lexier, Ingrid Burrington, Kaye Cain-Nielsen, Mircea Cantor, hint.fm, David Horvitz, Brian House and Jason Rabie, Juliana Huxtable, Thilde Jensen, Carolyn Lazard, M. M. Mantua, Preemptive Media, Robert Spahr, Elizabeth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle’s Sexecology collaboration, and The Waterwhispers Ilse. Curated by Taliesin Gilkes-Bower and Terri C Smith. "several shared themes arose among the thirty-one works, including: how culture and gender contribute to constructing identity; the dynamic between an individual’s health and the medical industry, commerce, or the natural environment; and the collection and distribution of digital information as it relates to business, personal security, and persona."

2014[edit]

  • Material Images, Johannes Vogt Gallery, New York, 6 Mar-4 April, 2014. Works by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Trudy Benson, Petra Cortright, Franklin Evans, Lauren Luloff, Michael Manning, Jessica Sanders, Kate Steciw, Rebecca Ward, Jeff Zilm. Curated by Nate Hitchcock. "The show aims to investigate how the fact that images are no longer what they seem is expressed in current art-making."
  • Art Post-Internet, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, 1 Mar-11 May 2014. Works by Aids-3D, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Cory Arcangel, Alisa Baremboym, Bernadette Corporation, Dara Birnbaum, Juliette Bonneviot, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Tyler Coburn, Petra Cortright, Simon Denny, Aleksandra Domanović, Harm van den Dorpel, Ed Fornieles, Calla Henkel and Max Pitegoff, Joel Holmberg, GCC, Josh Kline, Oliver Laric, LuckyPDF, Tobias Madison and Emanuel Rossetti, Marlie Mul, Katja Novitskova, Marisa Olson, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Aude Pariset, Seth Price, Jon Rafman, Jon Rafman and Rosa Aiello, Rachel Reupke, Bunny Rogers, Hannah Sawtell, Ben Schumacher, Timur Si-Qin, Hito Steyerl, Artie Vierkant, Lance Wakeling, Andrew Norman Wilson, Jordan Wolfson. Curated by Karen Archey and Robin Peckham. Catalogue. Booklet. Video presentation. Reviews: Folks (AQNB), Nastasijevic (Widewalls).
  • Brands--Concept/Affect/Modularity, Salts Center, Basel, 6 Apr-21 May 2014. Works by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Florian Auer, David Jablonowski, Pierre Lumineau, Metahaven, Pamela Rosenkranz, Anne de Vries. Curated by Melanie Bühler.
  • Megarave, Kunsthaus Langenthal, Langenthal, 28 Aug-16 Nov 2014. Works by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Alan Bogana, Adam Cruces, Aleksandra Domanović, Constant Dullaart, etoy.CORPORATION, Nicolas Fernandez, Daniel Keller, Olia Lialina / Dragan Espenschied, Vince Mckelvie, Lorna Mills, MSHR, Lauris Paulus, Nicolas Sassoon, Station Rose, Rudolf Steiner, Jan Vorisek, Hannah Weinberger, Giselle Zatonyl & X‑Mix, Rave Flyers, THEswissTHING / Barbara Strebel. Curated by Raffael Dörig.
  • Traucum, Parc Saint Léger, Pougues-les-Eaux, 13 Sep-17 Oct 2014. Works by Xavier Antin, Kévin Bray, Erik Bünger, Ann Craven, Aleksandra Domanović, Jennifer Fréville, Dominique Gilliot, Jémérie Gindre, Jack Goldstein, Alexis Guillier, William E. Jones, Michael Jones McKean, Mark Leckey, Christophe Lemaitre & Aurélien Mole, Marc-Antoine Mathieu, Louise Hervé & Chloé Maillet, Ceel Mogami de Haas, Maya Palma, Aude Pariset, Pierre Paulin, Elodie Pong, Jon Rafman, Manon Recordon, Sébastien Rémy, Soraya Rhofir, Rita Sobral Campos, Pacôme Thiellement, Stephen Willats. Curated by Céline Poulin. Catalogue. Review: Luquet-Gad (02).
  • Private Settings: Art After the Internet, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, 25 Sep 2014-4 Jan 2015. Works by Sarah Abu Abdallah and Joey L. DeFrancesco, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Ed Atkins, Trisha Baga and Jessie Stead, Darja Bajagic, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Jennifer Chan, CUSS Group, Czosnek Studio, Jesse Darling, DIS, Harm van den Dorpel, Loretta Fahrenholz, Daniel Keller, Ada Karczmarczyk, Jason Loebs, Piotr Łakomy, Metahaven, Takeshi Murata, Yuri Pattison, Hannah Perry, Jon Rafman, Bunny Rogers, Pamela Rosenkranz, Gregor Różański, Ryan Trecartin, Ned Vena. Curated by Natalia Sielewicz. [10]
  • Hike, Hack / Hic et Nunc, XPO, Paris, 9 Oct-26 Nov 2014. Works by Pierre Clément, Guillaume Collignon, Manuel Fernandez, Hunter Jonakin, Jill Magid, Paul Souviron, Penelope Umbrico, Clement Valla, Kevin Zucker. Curated by Non Printing Character (Alexis Jakubowicz and Jean-Brice Moutout). Review: Nechvatal (Artillery Mag).
  • Extinction Marathon, Serpentine Gallery, London, 18-19 Oct 2014. Extinct.ly portion featuring works and new commissions by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Ed Atkins, Kev Bewersdorf, David Blandy, Benjamin Bratton, Keller Easterling, Femke Herregraven, Folder (Marco Ferrari, Elisa Pasqual, Pietro Leoni, Delfino Sisto Legnani, Alessandro Mason), Emily Jones, Maurizio Lazzarato, Lisa Ma, Alex Mackin Dolan, Timothy Morton, Julian Olivier, Tobias Revell, Ubermorgen, Michael Wang, Liam Young, Anna Zett. Curated by Ben Vickers, Curator of Digital. Extinction Marathon curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist.
  • Realflow I, The White Building, London, 2014. Performances by Emily Jones, Nkisi, Hitashya (Kai Altmann). Curated by Kai (Kari) Altmann. "Realflow invites artists to work in a live one-night event context, to perform their work in an in-person way, be it through readings, presentations, dj sets, music, or other actions."

2015[edit]

  • Les Oracles, XPO, Paris, 12 Feb-4 Apr 2015. Works by Julieta Aranda, Juliette Bonneviot, Caroline Delieutraz, Aleksandra Domanovic, Jeanette Hayes, Kristin Lucas, Brenna Murphy, Katja Novitskova, Katie Torn, Saya Woolfalk. Curated by Marisa Olson. "The ten artists either respond directly to classic science fiction works or more broadly explore the iconography and pop cultural mythologies they convey and inhabit." Catalogue. Interview with curator (DIS).
  • Surround Audience: New Museum Triennial, New Museum, New York City, 25 Feb-24 May 2015. Works by 51 artists: Nadim Abbas, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, niv Acosta, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Sophia Al-Maria, Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili, Ed Atkins, Olga Balema, Frank Benson, Sascha Braunig, Antoine Catala, Aslı Çavuşoğlu, José León Cerrillo, Onejoon CHE, Tania Pérez Córdova, Verena Dengler, DIS, Aleksandra Domanović, Casey Jane Ellison, Exterritory, Geumhyung Jeong, Ane Graff, Guan Xiao, Shadi Habib Allah, Eloise Hawser, Lena Henke, Lisa Holzer, Juliana Huxtable, Renaud Jerez, K-HOLE, Shreyas Karle, Kiluanji Kia Henda, Josh Kline, Eva Koťátková, Donna Kukama, Firenze Lai, Oliver Laric, Li Liao, Rachel Lord, Basim Magdy, Nicholas Mangan, Ashland Mines, Shelly Nadashi, Eduardo Navarro, Steve Roggenbuck, Avery K. Singer, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Martine Syms, Lisa Tan, Luke Willis Thompson, Peter Wächtler. Curated by Lauren Cornell and Ryan Trecartin. Reviews: Pulitzer (Artforum), Weiner (Art Agenda), Gilbert (Bomb), Viveros-Fauné (Village Voice), Wilson (Daily Serving), Scott (New Yorker), Wolin (TimeOut NY), Hendricks (Huffpost). Video report, Photographs.
  • Concentrations 59: Mirror Stage—Visualizing the Self After the Internet, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, 10 Apr-6 Dec 2015. Series of solo shows by Ed Atkins, Trisha Baga, Antoine Catala, Aleksandra Domanović, Jon Rafman, Jacolby Satterwhite, Hito Steyerl, Ryan Trecartin. Curated by Gabriel Ritter. "Examines the changing understanding and representation of the self via digital technology and the Internet." Booklet.
  • Generation Smart, NTK Gallery, Prague, 13 May-13 Jun 2015. Works by Kryštof Ambrůz, Filip Dvořák, Jakub Geltner, Katarína Hládeková, Ondřej Homola, Martin Kohout, Martin Kolarov, Adéla Korbičková, David Krňanský, Ladislav Kyllar, Martin Lukáč, Kristýna Lutzová, Black Media, Andrea Mikysková, Richard Nikl, Olbram Pavlíček, Julius Reichel, The Rodina, Lucie Rosenfeldová, Barbora Švehláková, Ladislav Tejml, Nik Timková. Curated by David Kořínek a Milan Mikuláštík. Review: Jindrová (A2).
  • Return of the Object & The Disorder of Things, Kvalitář Gallery, Prague, 11 Sep-6 Nov 2015. Works by Annabelle Arlie, Iain Ball, Delong, Constant Dullaart, Tereza Fišerová – Evžen Šimera, Martin Kohout, Martin Kolarov – Filip Dvořák, Kristýna Lutzová, Štěpán Marko, Richard Nikl – Jan Brož, Nik Timková – Jakub Hošek, Magdaléna Vojteková, Ted Whitaker. Curated by Václav Janoščík.
  • Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015`, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 7 Nov 2015-20 Mar 2016. Works by 19 artists and collectives from 14 countries: Ilit Azoulay, Zbyněk Baladrán, Lucas Blalock, Edson Chagas, Natalie Czech, DIS, Katharina Gaenssler, David Hartt, Mishka Henner, David Horvitz, John Houck, Yuki Kimura, Anouk Kruithof, Basim Magdy, Katja Novitskova, Marina Pinsky, Lele Saveri, Indrė Šerpytytė, Lieko Shiga. Organised by Quentin Bajac, Roxana Marcoci, and Lucy Gallun. "Probing the effects of an image-based post-Internet reality, the exhibition examines various ways of experiencing the world: through images that are born digitally, made with scanners or lenses in the studio or the real world, presented as still or moving pictures, distributed as zines, morphed into three-dimensional objects, or remixed online. Its title refers to the Internet as a vortex of images, a site of piracy, and a system of networks." Reviews: NYT, Woodward (WSJ], Wolukau-Wanambwa (Aperture). Interview with curator. [11]

2016[edit]

  • Geologos Space, Komplot, Brussels and Online, 8 Sept-8 Oct 2016. Works by: Kai (Kari) Altmann, Iain Ball, Enrico Boccioletti, Holly Childs, Claire L. Evans, Stefanie Hessler, Joey Holder, Yuri Pattison, Nadim Samman, Manuel Scheiwiller, Viktor Timofeev, Elvia Wilk. Curated by Blunt x Skensved. Installation Shots. Also included as hanging lightbox installation in Hybrid Layers.

2017[edit]

  • Held Together With Water, Le Commun and Other Venues, Geneva, 2017. Works by: Kai (Kari) Altmann, Art & Language, Mathieu Arbez-Hermoso, Sacha Béraud, Erik Boulatov, Roxane Bovet, Nicolas Brulhart, Dayna Casey, Mathieu Copeland, Cuss Group, Anne-Laure Franchette, Gilles Furtwängler, Charlotte Laubard, Anders Karlsson, Elise Lammer, Jonas Lund, Sébastien Mennet, Nastasia Meyrat, Yoan Mudry, NONu, Camilla Paolino, Civic Paths, Steve Roggenbuck, Tiziana Terranova, Lawrence Weiner, Arnaud Wohlhauser, Emilia Yang. Curated by Roxane Bovet. "By associating the tools, experiments, and ethics of early conceptual artists, with those of the participative web’s new knowledge communities, Held Together With Water attempts to link together similar developments from different times in history. This exhibition tries to stand aside from the generational acceptation of a new aesthetic; from the hashtag “post-Internet” and from its global interpretation."
  • Archéonauts, Galerie Charlot, Paris, 27 Apr-4 Jun 2017. Curated by Valentina Peri. Review: Nechvatal (Hyperallergic).
  • Hybrid Layers, ZKM, Karlsruhe, June 2017-Jan 2018. Works by: Kai (Kari) Altmann, Iain Ball, Enrico Boccioletti, Holly Childs, Claire L. Evans, Stefanie Hessler, Joey Holder, Yuri Pattison, Nadim Samman, Manuel Scheiwiller, Viktor Timofeev, Elvia Wilk, Sophia Al Maria, Auto Italia South East, Glass Bead, Ricardo Benassi, Blunt x Skensved, Aleksandra Domanovic, Ed Fornieles, Guan Xiao, Yngve Holen & Aedrhlsomrs Othryutupt Lauecehrofn, Rachel de Joode, Delia Jürgens, Daniel Keller, La Plage, Lawrence Lek, Metaphysics (Beteiligte KünstlerInnen: Eddie Peake, Florian Meisenberg, Anne de Vries, Rubén Grilo, Jack Strange und Anna K.E.; produziert von: Philip Hausmeier), Katja Novitsokva, Tabita Rezaire, Unknown Fields, Anne de Vries, Yu Honglei. Curated by Giulia Bini, Sabiha Keyif, Daria Mille, and Philipp Ziegler.

2018[edit]

2019[edit]

  • Get Well Soon, Kunsthaus Nürnberg, 7 Dec 2019-1 March 2020. Works by AIDS-3D (Keller & Kosmas), Kai (Kari) Altmann, Llyn Folkes and Stanya Kahn, Daniel Kiss, Linda Weiß, Benjamin Zuber. Curated by Ellen Wagner. "Works are collected together that deal with the recuperation of the human body as well as others forming a bridge to the healing of the ecosystem or society as a whole."

Discussions[edit]

  • Immaterial Dispersal, Guild Art Gallery, New York, 7 Mar 2010. Speakers: Kai (Kari) Altmann, Lance Wakeling, Gene McHugh, Brad Troemel. Curated by Nik Pence. [12]
  • A New Aesthetic?, Hirshhorn Museum, Washington DC, 12 Oct 2012. Curated and moderated by Melanie Bühler, speakers: Kai (Kari) Altmann, David M. Berry, Adam Cruces, James Ferraro, Bea Fremderman, Katja Kwastek, Pierre Lumineau, Daniel Pinkas. Supported by The Goethe Institute.
  • Vital Content, Union Docs, New York, 21 Oct 2012. Screening and discussion. Speakers: Kai (Kari) Altmann, Nick Lalla, Jacob Gaboury. Moderated by Jacob Gaboury.
  • On Releasing, Distributing and Exhibiting Art Online, Art Basel Auditorium Hall 1, Basel, 15 Jun 2013. Speakers: Aleksandra Domanović, Oliver Laric, Domenico Quaranta, Ben Vickers. Moderated by Melanie Bühler and Fabian Schöenich in collaboration with Kunsthalle Basel.
  • Nothing to See Here, ISR, Milan, 18 June 2013. Speakers: Valentina Tanni, Domenico Quaranta, Raffael Dörig, Adam Cruces, Enrico Boccioletti. Curated by Valentina Tanni and Domenico Quaranta.
  • Post-Net Aesthetics, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 17 Oct 2013. Moderated by Karen Archey, speakers: Harm van den Dorpel, Rozsa Farkas, Ben Vickers, Josephine Berry Slater. Video documentation.
  • Seven on Seven 2014, New Museum, New York, May 2014. Speakers: Kate Crawford, Holly Herndon, Kate Ray, Aza Raskin, Kai (Kari) Altmann, Hannah Sawtell, Avi Flombaum, Simon Denny, Nick Bilton, Jen Fong-Adwent, Ian Cheng, Frances Stark, David Kravitz, Anil Dash, Kevin McCoy. Curated and Moderated by Michael Connor. Kevin McCoy and Anil Dash created a prototype of NFT. Video. Kai (Kari) Altmann and Aza Raskin created a "Cultural AI" art tool. Video.
  • Já bych ty postinternety zakázala, panel discussion, Veletržní palác, Prague, 28 May 2014. Organised by KIV Gallery, moderated by Martina Poliačková and Lumír Nikl, speakers: Martin Kohout, Richard Nikl, Palo Fabuš, David Kořínek. Review: Stejskalová (A2larm).
  • Structures and Textures: Materiality, Kunstforeningen GL STRAND, Copenhagen, 3 Sept 2014. Speakers: Ana Teixeira Pinto, Mette Ramsgard Thomsen, Dan Stockholm, Timur Si-Qin. Moderated by Melanie Bühler and Toke Lykkeberg.
  • Society: Image Excess, Unseen Photo Festival, Living Room, Amsterdam, 21 Sept 2014. Speakers: Jörg Heiser, Katja Novitskova, Kate Steciw, Hito Steyerl. Moderated by Melanie Bühler and Marceil Feil.
  • Do You Follow? Art In Circulation, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 15-17 Oct 2014. Speakers: Kai (Kari) Altmann, Alex Bacon, Hannah Black, Michael Connor, Constant Dullaart, Renzo Martens, Monira Al Qadiri (GCC), Derica Shields, Takeshi Shiomitsu, Martine Syms, Christopher Kulendran Thomas and Amalia Ulman. Moderated and Curated by Michael Connor. Part of Frieze London ICA Offsite 2014.
  • Lunch Bytes Conference, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, 20-21 Mar 2015. Speakers: Victoria Camblin, Carson Chan, Maeve Connolly, Jesse Darling, Diedrich Diedrichsen, Stephan Dillemuth, Constant Dullaart, Cecile B. Evans, Kristoffer Gansing, Melissa Gronlund, David Joselit, Ilja Karilampi, Paul Kneale, Maria Lind, Toke Lykkeberg, Katrina Sluis, Cornelia Solifrank, Kerstin Stakemeier, Hito Steyerl, Jenna Sutela, Christopher Kulendran Thomas, Ben Vickers, Elvia Wilk. Curated by Melanie Bühler. Video documentation of closing panel discussion.
  • Blame it on the Algorithm, Rijksakademie, Amsterdam, 4 April 2015. Speakers: Kai (Kari) Altmann, David Wightman, Dr. Bettina Speckman. Curated by Kai (Kari) Altmann, Rijksakademie and Melanie Bühler. Moderated by Melanie Bühler.
  • Post-Internet & Lunch Bytes: Labels, Categories and Catchphrases, Witte de With, Rotterdam, May 23 2015. Part of The Internetional Conference. Moderated and Curated by Melanie Bühler.
  • No Internet, No Art, book launch and presentation, Swiss Institute, New York, 14 Jul 2015. Speakers: Kai (Kari) Altmann, Melanie Bühler.
  • Institutionalizing the Digital, Goethe-Institut London, Oct 16, 2015. Speakers: Lauren Boyle, Cecile B. Evans, Zachary Kaplan, Susanne Pfeffer. Curated by Melanie Bühler. Moderated by Filipa Ramos.
  • The Technological Future and Art, Metropolis M at Art Rotterdam, Feb 13, 2016. Speakers: Florian Cramer, Orit Gaat, Jonas Lund, Martijn Hendriks and Femke Herregraven. Moderated by Melanie Bühler.
  • Meta Images, Le Commun, Geneva, 2017. Speaker: Kai (Kari) Altmann, Roxane Bovet. Invited by Roxane Bovet and Yoann Mudry as part of Held Together With Water vernissage.
  • Ways Beyond the Post-Internet, iMAL, Brussels, 20 Apr 2018. Moderated by Josephine Bosma, speakers: Yves Bernard, Peter Beyls, Constant Dullaart, Valérie Hasson-Benillouche, Hampus Lindwall, Fabio Paris, Domenico Quaranta, and Carlo Zanni.

Publications[edit]

See also catalogues above.

Books[edit]

Katja Novitskova, Post Internet Survival Guide 2010, 2011.
Gene McGugh, Post Internet, 2011, PDF, Log.
Omar Kholeif (ed.), You Are Here: Art After the Internet, 2014, PDF.
Lauren Cornell, Ed Halter (eds.), Mass Effect: Art and the Internet in the Twenty-First Century, 2015, PDF.
  • Kai (Kari) Altmann (ed.), R-U-In?S Catalogue #001, 2010. Visual content, art and new editorial spreads culled from the R-U-In?S project in 2009-2010. Includes an essay. [13]
  • Keehnan Konyha (ed.), Domain, 2010. Curated for the NY Art Book Fair at MOMA PS1, New York, hosted by Printed Matter, 2010.
  • Katja Novitskova (ed.), Post Internet Survival Guide 2010, Berlin: Revolver, 2011, 272 pp. Editor, Worldcat.
  • Daniel Chew, Micaela Durand, Matt Gaffney (eds.), BFFA3AE'S Ad Book, New York: Badlands Unlimited and Gloria Maria Gallery, 2013. Publisher.
  • Karl-Magnus Johannson, Gluey-C (eds.), Communicating the Archive: Physical Migration, Gothenburg: The Regional State Archives in Gothenburg, 2013, 112 pp. [14]
  • Phoebe Adler, Leanne Hayman, Arrate Hidalgo, Dana Saey, Phoebe Stubbs, Nick Warner (eds.), Art and the Internet, Black Dog Publishing, London, 2013.
  • Melanie Bühler (ed.), No Internet, No Art: A Lunch Bytes Anthology, Eindhoven: Onomatopee, Sep 2015, 351+[63] pp; 2nd ed., 2018. Publisher, Editor. [15]. Reviews: Kay (AQNB), Roestenburg (INC).
  • Francesca Gavin, Watch This Space, Antenne Books, 2017, 226 pp. Publisher.
  • Ellen Wagner, Falsche Signale. Strategien der Mimikry in der Post-Internet Art, Zürich: diaphanes, 2021, 328 pp. Publisher. (German)

Magazines, journals, blogs, vlogs, podcasts[edit]

  • VVORK blog, eds. Aleksandra Domanovic, Christoph Priglinger, Georg Schnitzer, and Oliver Laric, Vienna, 2006-12.
  • R-U-In?S blog, ed. Kai (Kari) Altmann, New York, 2008-.
  • 122909a/Post Internet, ed. Gene McHugh, New York, 2009-2010. Funded by the Andy Warhol Arts Writing Grant 2010.
  • DIS Magazine, 8 issues, eds. Lauren Boyle, Solomon Chase, Marco Roso, and David Toro, New York, 2010-2014.
  • Garden Club blog, ed. Kai (Kari) Altmann, New York, 2011-.
  • The Jogging, eds. Brad Troemel, Lauren Christiansen, etc., Chicago and New York, 2011-2014.
  • Compiler: DVD Magazine for art and music 4: "Replay" ed. Raffael Dörig, Otto Publishers, Berlin, 2012. Publisher.
  • Zérodeux 70: Pre->Post-Internet, ed. Patrice Joly, Nantes: Association Zoo galerie, Summer 2014. Essay by Benoît Lamy de la Chapelle; interviews with Artie Vierkant, Tobias Madison, features on Ed Atkins, Neïl Beloufa. [16] (French)/(English)
  • Elephant 23: "What is Post-Internet Art?", Frame Publishers, Summer 2015. Publisher. [17]
  • Kunstforum 242: "Postdigital 1: Allgegenwart und Unsichtbarkeit eines Phänomens", 2016. Publisher. (German)
  • XLE.LIFE, ed. Kai (Kari) Altmann, Global, Mumbai, Goa, Dubai, Bangkok, Milan, etc., 2018-.
  • New Models, eds. Julian Wadsworth, Caroline Busta, Daniel Keller, Berlin, 2018-.

Essays, book chapters[edit]

For writing on individual artists, see their respective pages.

  • "Postinternet Art", in Art and the Internet, ed. Phoebe Adler, et al., London: Black Dog, 2013, pp 116-169. TOC, [20].
  • Melanie Bühler, "Internet Art Beyond the Internet", in Run Computer Run, ed. Nora O'Murchù, Link Editions, 2014.
  • Melanie Bühler, "Art and Digital Technologies. Producing, Distributing and Selling Art When the Digital Has Become Part of Everything", Unseen Magazine, FOAM, 2014.
  • Melanie Bühler, "Brand Immersion", in Megarave Metarave, ed. Raffael Dörig, Dijon: Les presses du reel, 2014.
  • Domenico Quaranta, "#post-internet", Flash Art 305, Mar-Apr 2014, p 28. (Italian)
  • Andreas Schlaegel, Ana Finel Honigman, Carson Chan, Cedar Lewisohn, Christian Kobald, Kolja Reichert, Georg Diez, Gesine Borcherdt, Jacob Lillemose, Jennifer Allen, Jörg Heiser, Kenneth Goldsmith, Matthew Burbidge, Pablo Larios, Pernille Albrethsen, Power Ekroth, Raimar Stange, Róza El-Hassan, Stian Gabrielsen, Timotheus Vermeulen, Tiziana Casapietra, Toke Lykkeberg, "Post Internet Art Criticism Survey", Kunstkritikk, 24 Apr 2015.
  • Mandy Lynn Ginson, “How Some Things are Representable: The Counter Aesthetics of Kari Altmann’s R-U-In?S”, Simon Frasier University, British Columbia, 2015.
  • Domenico Quaranta, "Situating Post Internet", in Media Art: Towards a New Definition of Arts in the Age of Technology, ed. Valentino Catricalà, Pistoia: Gli Ori, 2015; repr. in Renewable Futures: Art, Science and Society in the Post-Media Age, eds. Rasa Smite, Raitis Smits, and Armin Medosch, Riga: RIXC, and Liepaja: MPLab of Liepaja University, 2017.
  • Ellen Wagner, "Sadness and Survival: An Attempt via Post-Truth and Post-Internet Art", Dafkinist, 2017.
  • Rosi Braidoti, Maria Hlavajova (eds.), "Post Internet", Posthuman Glossary, Bloomsbury, p.326, Feb 2018

Surveys[edit]

Theses[edit]

  • Ceci Moss, Expanded Internet Art and the Informational Milieu, New York: University of New York, 2015. PhD dissertation.
  • Petra Mačingová, Objekt post internet, Brno: Masaryk University, 2016, 63 pp. Master's thesis (Czech)

Primary references[edit]

  • Surf clubs
  • VVORK blog, eds. Aleksandra Domanovic, Christoph Priglinger, Georg Schnitzer, and Oliver Laric, Vienna, 2006-12.
  • R-U-In?S blog, ed. Kai (Kari) Altmann, New York, 2008-.
  • Garden Club blog, ed. Kai (Kari) Altmann, New York, 2011-.
  • DIS Magazine, eds. DIS (Lauren Boyle, Solomon Chase, Marco Roso, David Toro), New York, 2010-.
  • The New Aesthetic blog, ed. James Bridle, London, May 2011-.
  • Seth Price, Dispersion, New York, 2002/2008.

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