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* editor, ''Ohne Schnur. Kunst und drahtlose Kommunikation / Art and Wireless Communication'', Revolver, 2004, 231 pp. Exh. catalogue. [http://www.ohne-schnur.de/ Exh. website]. {{de}}/{{en}}
 
* editor, ''Ohne Schnur. Kunst und drahtlose Kommunikation / Art and Wireless Communication'', Revolver, 2004, 231 pp. Exh. catalogue. [http://www.ohne-schnur.de/ Exh. website]. {{de}}/{{en}}
 
* editor, with Léa Kuhn, ''Art Alert. The Allianz Collection in Unterföhring'', Munich, 2012, 93 pp. {{en}}
 
* editor, with Léa Kuhn, ''Art Alert. The Allianz Collection in Unterföhring'', Munich, 2012, 93 pp. {{en}}
* ''[https://1lib.eu/book/2630671/2efab6 Aesthetics of Interaction in Digital Art]'', MIT Press, 2013. {{en}}
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* ''[https://1lib.sk/book/2630671/2efab6 Aesthetics of Interaction in Digital Art]'', MIT Press, 2013. {{en}}
 
* editor, with Erin La Cour, ''ASAP/Journal'' 4(3): "As Slowly as Possible", Sep 2019. [https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/41728] {{en}}
 
* editor, with Erin La Cour, ''ASAP/Journal'' 4(3): "As Slowly as Possible", Sep 2019. [https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/41728] {{en}}
 
* [http://www.kwastek.de/docs/publications.pdf more]
 
* [http://www.kwastek.de/docs/publications.pdf more]

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Katja Kwastek (1970) is professor of modern and contemporary art at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. She is the author of the book Aesthetics of Interaction in Digital Art (MIT Press, 2013) and specializes in intersections of art, new media and technology. Previously, she taught at Ludwig Maximilians-University (Munich), Rhode Island School of Design Providence), LBI Media.Art.Research (Linz) and Humboldt-University (Berlin).

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