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* Tilman Baumgärtel, [http://www.nettime.org/Lists-Archives/nettime-l-9708/msg00112.html "Interview with Jodi"], ''Nettime'', Aug 1997; ''Heise'', 6 Oct 1997.  
 
* Tilman Baumgärtel, [http://www.nettime.org/Lists-Archives/nettime-l-9708/msg00112.html "Interview with Jodi"], ''Nettime'', Aug 1997; ''Heise'', 6 Oct 1997.  
 
* Akira Natsume, [http://www.shift.jp.org/en/archives/1999/03/jodi.html "Jodi"], ''Shift'', Mar 1999.
 
* Akira Natsume, [http://www.shift.jp.org/en/archives/1999/03/jodi.html "Jodi"], ''Shift'', Mar 1999.
* Dušan Barok, Magdaléna Kobzová, [http://memoir.okno.be/?id=893 "Talk with Dirk Paesmans, Jodi.org"], ''okno.be'', May 2006. [http://archive.is/QTudi]
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* Dušan Barok, Magdaléna Kobzová, [http://archive.is/QTudi "Talk with Dirk Paesmans, Jodi.org"], ''okno.be'', 24 May 2006. [http://memoir.okno.be/?id=893]
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** [https://34.sk/archiv/text.php?text=3-158 "Neslúžime obsahu. Rozhovor s Dirkom Paesmansom (Jodi.org)"], trans. Magdaléna Kobzová, ''3/4'' magazine 20, Bratislava: Atrakt Art, 2006. {{sk}}
 
* Francis Hunger, [[Media:Hunger_Francis_2007_Perspective_Engines_An_Interview_with_JODI.pdf|"Perspective Engines: An Interview with JODI"]], in ''Videogames and Art'', eds. Andy Clarke and Grethe Mitchell, Bristol: Intellect, 2007.
 
* Francis Hunger, [[Media:Hunger_Francis_2007_Perspective_Engines_An_Interview_with_JODI.pdf|"Perspective Engines: An Interview with JODI"]], in ''Videogames and Art'', eds. Andy Clarke and Grethe Mitchell, Bristol: Intellect, 2007.
 
* [[Media:van Tomme Niels 2011 From Readymade to Readybought An Ongoing History of Computer Art.pdf|"From Readymade to Readybought: An Ongoing History of Computer Art. JODI in conversation with Niels Van Tomme"]], ''Art Papers Magazine'' 35:1, Jan/Feb 2011, pp 30-35.
 
* [[Media:van Tomme Niels 2011 From Readymade to Readybought An Ongoing History of Computer Art.pdf|"From Readymade to Readybought: An Ongoing History of Computer Art. JODI in conversation with Niels Van Tomme"]], ''Art Papers Magazine'' 35:1, Jan/Feb 2011, pp 30-35.

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Based in Dordrecht, the Netherlands, JODI (Joan Heemskerk and Dirk Paesmans) investigate and subvert conventions of the Internet, computer programs, and video and computer games since 1994. Radically disrupting the very language of these systems, including interfaces, commands, errors and code, JODI stages digital interventions that destabilize the relationship between computer technology and its users.

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