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* [https://monoskop.org/media/text/fuller_2017_how_to_be_a_geek/#c11 "Black Sites and Transparency Layers"], in Fuller, ''How To Be a Geek'', Polity, 2017. First given as a talk organized by Robin McKay of Urbanomic at Thomas Dane Gallery, London, March 2015; a later version was presented at the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremburg; at the Interface Politics conference, Barcelona, April 2016; and as an inaugural lecture at Goldsmiths.
 
* [https://monoskop.org/media/text/fuller_2017_how_to_be_a_geek/#c11 "Black Sites and Transparency Layers"], in Fuller, ''How To Be a Geek'', Polity, 2017. First given as a talk organized by Robin McKay of Urbanomic at Thomas Dane Gallery, London, March 2015; a later version was presented at the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremburg; at the Interface Politics conference, Barcelona, April 2016; and as an inaugural lecture at Goldsmiths.
 
* with Olga Goriunova, [https://monoskop.org/media/text/hoerl_burton_eds_2017_general_ecology/#cha-13 "Devastation"], in ''General Ecology: The New Ecological Paradigm'', eds. Erich Hörl and James Burton, Bloomsbury Academic, 2017.
 
* with Olga Goriunova, [https://monoskop.org/media/text/hoerl_burton_eds_2017_general_ecology/#cha-13 "Devastation"], in ''General Ecology: The New Ecological Paradigm'', eds. Erich Hörl and James Burton, Bloomsbury Academic, 2017.
* with Nikita Mazurov, [[Media:A_Counter-Forensic_Audit_Trail_-_Disassembling_the_Case_of_The_Hateful_Eight.pdf|"A Counter-Forensic Audit Trail - Disassembling the Case of The Hateful Eight"]], ''Theory, Culture & Society'', 2019.
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* with Nikita Mazurov, [[Media:Fuller Matthew Mazurov Nikita 2019 A Counter-Forensic Audit Trail Disassembling the Case of The Hateful Eight.pdf|"A Counter-Forensic Audit Trail: Disassembling the Case of ''The Hateful Eight''"]], ''Theory, Culture & Society'', 2019.
 
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* [http://web.archive.org/web/20160429015103/http://www.spc.org/fuller/category/texts/ more], [http://eprints.gold.ac.uk/view/creator/Fuller=3AMatthew=3A=3A.html cont.], [https://inmaterialdesign.com/index.php/mag/article/view/11 cont.]
 
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* [http://web.archive.org/web/20160429015103/http://www.spc.org/fuller/category/texts/ Texts], [http://eprints.gold.ac.uk/view/creator/Fuller=3AMatthew=3A=3A.html cont.], [https://inmaterialdesign.com/index.php/mag/article/view/11 cont.]
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==Interviews==
 
==Interviews==

Latest revision as of 16:00, 18 May 2019

Matthew Fuller is a writer, artist and Professor of Digital Media at the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths College, London. He is known for his writings in media theory, software studies, cultural studies, and contemporary fiction. Until September 2006, he was responsible for the Media Design Research programme at Piet Zwart Institute along with Femke Snelting, and worked as Course Director for the Media Design programme. He has collaborated with a number of art collectives, including I/O/D (as a member), Mongrel, MediaShed, and The Container Project. He lives in London.

Works[edit]

Nonfiction[edit]

Fiction[edit]

  • ATM, London and Milan: Shake, 2000, 108 pp. [1] [2]
  • Elephant & Castle, Autonomedia, 2011, 160 pp. [3]
  • More, cont.

Papers, book chapters[edit]

Interviews[edit]

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