Hito Steyerl works as filmmaker, videoartist and author in the area of essayist documentary film, postcolonial criticism, as producer as well as theorist. The works are located on the interface between film and fine arts. Main topics: cultural globalisation, political theory, global feminism, and migration. Further activities include work as political journalist, film and art critic, catalogue and book author. The films have received international awards and are screened on TV in many countries. Phd in philosophy. Visiting Professor for Experimental Media Creation at Universitaet der Kuenste, Berlin, numerous lecturerships at art and filmschools in Vienna, Munich, Hannover, etc.
- editor, with Maria Lind, The Greenroom: Reconsidering the Documentary and Contemporary Art #1, Berlin: Sternberg, 2008. Introduction. 
- The Wretched of the Screen, intro. Franco "Bifo" Berardi, Berlin: Sternberg Press, Berlin, and New York: e-flux, 2012.
- Los condenados de la pantalla, trans. Marcelo Expósito, Buenos Aires: Caja Negra, 2014. (Spanish)
- "Too Much World: Is the Internet Dead?", e-flux 49, Nov 2013. (English)
- Circulacionismo. Circulationism, Mexico, DF: MUAC, 2014, 71 pp. (Spanish)/(English)
- Duty-Free Art, Madrid: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, 2015, 173 pp. (Spanish)/(English)
- Dincolo de reprezentare, trans. Andrei Anastasescu, Cluj: IDEA Design & Print, 2017, 168 pp.  (Romanian)
- Duty Free Art: Art in the Age of Planetary Civil War, London: Verso, 2017, 256 pp.  (English)
- Amelia Groom, "Interview with Hito Steyerl", Discipline 4, 2015.
- "Techniques of the Observer. Hito Steyerl and Laura Poitras in Conversation", Artforum, May 2015.
- with Anton Vidokle, "Cosmic Catwalk and the Production of Time", e-flux 82, May 2017.
- Too Much World: The Films of Hito Steyerl, ed. Nick Aikens, Berlin: Sternberg Press, Eindhoven: Van Abbemuseum, and Brisbane: Institute of Modern Art, 2014, 274 pp.