Over the next five years the Centre aims to attract a new generation of scholars who embrace transdisciplinary theory, methods and practice. To this end the centre welcomes applications from students wishing to undertake a MRes or PhD programme. The Centre welcomes applicants from the fields of photography, computer science, new media, art practice, design, curation, anthropology, philosophy and sociology.
Books, Book Chapters
Cox, Geoff, Ryan Nolan, Andrew Prior. 2019. ‘The Crackle of Contemporaneity’. In Futures of the Contemporary: Contemporaneity, Untimeliness, and Artistic Research, edited by Paulo de Assis and Michael Schwab. Leuven: Orpheus Institute Series – Leuven University Press, pp. 97-114.
Cox, Geoff, and Winnie Soon. 2018. Vocable Code: Lecture-performance in six parts. Aarhus: Dobbeltdagger, 15pp.
Cox, Geoff, and Morten Riis. 2018. ‘(Micro) Politics of Algorithmic Music: Towards a Tactical Media Archaeology’. In The Oxford Handbook on Algorithmic Music, edited by Alex McLean and Roger Dean, eds. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Cox, Geoff. 2017. ‘Runtime Exception()’. In Executing Practices, edited by Helen Pritchard, Eric Snodgrass & Magda Tyźlik-Carver. Data Browser 06, London: Open Humanities Press.
Dewdney, Andrew. 2017. ‘Art Museum Knowledge and the Crisis of Representation’. In: Representing Art Education: On the Representation of Pedagogical work in the Art Field, edited by Carmen Mörsch, Sigrid Schade & Sophie Vögele.
Lynch, Garrett. 2017. ‘Auction Action – Commission an Artwork’. In: #exstrange : a curatorial intervention on ebay, edited by Marialaura Ghidini and Rebekah Modrak. Ann Arbour: Maize Books, an imprint of Michigan Publishing, pp. 160-163.
Tedone, Gaia. 2017. ‘Co-curating with Cassini: from the abyss of Commodification to the exploration of Space Curation’. In #exstrange: a curatorial intervention on eBay, edited by Marialaura Ghidini and Rebekah Modrak. Ann Arbour: Maize Books, an imprint of Michigan Publishing, pp. 180-185.
Chatzichristodoulou, Maria. 2017. ‘Karen by Blast Theory: Leaking Privacy’. In: Digital Bodies: Creativity and Technology in the Arts and Humanities, edited by Ed. S. Broadhurst and S. Price. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 70-88.
Tyżlik-Carver, Magda. 2017. ‘Posthuman curating and its executions: the case of curating content’. In Executing Practices, edited by Pritchard, Helen, Eric Snodgrass, Magda Tyżlik-Carver. New York: Autonomiedia.
Tyżlik-Carver, Magda and Andrew Prior. 2017. ‘Ghost Factory – posthuman executions’. In Executing Practices, edited by Pritchard, Helen, Eric Snodgrass, Magda Tyżlik-Carver. New York: Autonomiedia
Pritchard, Helen, Eric Snodgrass, Magda Tyżlik-Carver (eds.). 2017. Executing Practices. Data Browser 6. New York: Autonomedia.
Cox, Geoff and Jacob Lund. 2016. The Contemporary Condition: Introductory Thoughts on Contemporaneity and Contemporary Art. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 48pp.
Hoff, Mônica & Honorato, Cayo. 2016. Mediación no es representación: una conversación [Mediation is not representation]. In: Agítese antes de usar: desplazamientos educativos, sociales y artísticos en América Latina edited by R. Cervetto & M. López. Buenos Aires: MALBA, pp. 155-168.
Dekker, Annet. 2016. ‘Enabling a Future, or how to survive FOREVER’. In: A Companion to Digital Art, edited by Christiane Paul. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
Dekker, Annet. 2016. ‘Tracing authenticity in the computational age’. In: Authenticity in Transition, edited by Erma Hermens and Frances Robertson. London: Archetype Publications.
Rubinstein, Daniel, ed. 2016. What is 21st Century Photography? London: Routledge.
Rubinstein, Daniel. 2016. ‘Philosophy of Photography’. In: The Handbook of Photography Studies, edited by Gil Pasternak. London: Bloomsbury Press.
Sluis, Katrina. 2016. ‘Desperately Seeking Audience: Analytics in the 21st Century Museum’ In: Rhizome: 20 Years of the Born Digital Art Institution, edited by Z. Kaplan and O. Gat. New York: Sternberg Press.
Sluis, Katrina. 2016. ‘Beyond Representation? The database-driven image and the non-human spectator’. In: The Blackwell Companion to Photography, edited by S. Bull. London: Wiley-Blackwell.
Sluis, Katrina. 2016. ‘From Object to Process in the Image Database’ In: Lost and Living (in) Archives, edited by Annet Dekker. Amsterdam: Valiz.
Cox, Geoff. 2015. Real-time for Pirate Cinema (English and Slovenian). Ljubljana: Aksioma / Brescia: Link Editions.
Cox, Geoff. 2015. ‘Postscript on the post-digital and the problem of temporality’. In Postdigital Aesthetics: Art, Computation and Design, edited by David M. Berry & Michael Dieter. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Cox, Geoff, Nicolas Malevé, Michael Murtaugh. 2015. ‘Archiving the Data Body: Human and Nonhuman Agency in the Documents of Erkki Kurenniemi’. In: Writing and UnWriting Media (Art) History: Erkki Kurenniemi in 2048, edited by Jussi Parikka and Joasia Krysa. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 125-142.
Cox, Geoff. 2015. ‘Generator’ (reprint). In Systems, edited by Edward Shanken. London: Whitechapel Documents of Contemporary Art/MIT Press.
Dekker, Annet. 2015. ‘Curating in Progress. Moving Between Objects and Processes’. In: Unplace. A Museum Without a Place, edited by Raquel Pereira, Helena Barranha and Susana Martins. Lisbon: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.
Honorato, Cayo. 2015. ‘Unrepentant populism’. In: Making Biennials in contemporary times: essays from the World Biennial Forum n. 02 edited by G. Eilat, N. E. Mayo, C. Esche, P. Lafuente, L. Proença, O. Sagiv & B. Seroussi. Amsterdam; São Paulo: Biennial Foundation; Fundação Bienal de São Paulo; Instituto de Cultura Contemporânea.pp. 143-151, Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2zlWFlx
Murtaugh, Michael, Nicolas Malevé. 2015. ‘De l’image aux données, à propos d’une ligne de démarcation’. In: Document, fiction et droit en art contemporain, edited by Jean Arnaud; Bruno Goosse. Aix-en-Provence: Presses universitaires de Provence.
Cox, Geoff, and Alex McLean. 2014. ‘Not Just for Fun’. In Fun and Software: Exploring Pleasure, Pain and Paradox in Computing, edited by Olga Goriunova. Bloomsbury.
Museum of Ordure. 2014. 01.01.CM, Collection of Museum of Ordure. Aarhus: Antipyrine, 272pp.
Cox, Geoff, and Alex McLean, with Franco Berardi Bifo. 2013. Speaking Code: Coding as Aesthetic and Political Expression. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 168pp.
Journal Articles, Essays, Blog entries
Fauconnier, S., Espenschied, D., Moulds, L. & Rossenova, L. 2018. ‘Many Faces of Wikibase: Rhizome’s Archive of Born-digital Art and Digital Preservation’, interview with Dragan Espenschied, Lyndsey Moulds and Lozana Rossenova, conducted by Sandra Fauconnier, Wikimedia Foundation Blog. Accessed from: https://wikimediafoundation.org/2018/09/06/rhizome-wikibase/, 6 Sept.
Dewdney, Andrew. 2017. ‘Museums, scholarly enterprise and global assemblages: a response to ‘Artifacts and allegiances: how museums put the nation and the world on display’’. In Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 24. pp. 6-12. DOI: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/1070289X.2016.1260021
Chatzichristodoulou, Maria. 2017. ‘Encountering the Digital in Performance: Deployment /Engagement /Trace’. In Contemporary Theatre Review, 27:3. (Volume editor)
Chatzichristodoulou, Maria. 2017. ‘Introduction to Encountering the Digital in Performance: Deployment | Engagement | Trace’. In Contemporary Theatre Review, 27:3, pp. 311-323.
Cox, Geoff, and Jacob Lund. 2017. ‘Contemporary Conditions are Badly Known’. In Renewable Futures: Art, Science and Society in the Post-Media Age, Acoustic Space 16, edited by Rasa Smite, Raitis Smits, and Armin Medosch, Riga: Center for New Media Culture RIXC and Art Research Laboratory, Leipaja University, Riga.
Cox, Geoff, Jacob Lund, Verina Gfader, and Anne Kølbæk Iversen. 2017. ‘Key Concepts‘. In Stages #6: The Biennial Condition, edited by Joasia Krysa, Liverpool Biennial online journal.
Tedone, Gaia. 2017. ‘Tracing networked images: an emerging method for online curation’. In Journal of Media Practice, 18:1, pp. 51-62.
Rosennova, Lozana, May 2017. ‘User experience in the online archive of internet art‘, guest blog post on IIPC netpreserve.org
Tyżlik-Carver, Magda. 2017. ‘curator, curating, the curatorial, not-just-art curating: a genealogy of posthuman curating’. In Springerin: Post-Curatorial Turn. 1/17. Vienna: Springerin.
Honorato, Cayo. 2016. Aprender con los públicos [Learning with the publics]. Revista Errata, 16, 78-99. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2B99AHQ [Number edited by Carmen Moersh]
Moraes, Diogo de & Honorato, Cayo. 2016. Editorial. Periódico Permanente, 6 – Mediação cultural [Cultural mediation]. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2Ba50Jr.
Chatzichristodoulou, Maria. 2016. ‘Responding to Intermediality: How Applied Theatre and Drama Education Engage with New Multimedia Forms’. In Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 21: 3 (Volume editor).
Chatzichristodoulou, Maria, Mark Crossley. 2016. ‘Falling Between: Opportunities and Challenges of Intermediality’, Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance 21:3, pp. 277-292.
Cox, Geoff. 2016. ‘Ways of Machine Seeing‘. Unthinking Photography online platform, The Photographers Gallery, London.
Cox, Geoff. 2015. ‘Crítica de la violencia software‘ (Spanish). In Concreta 05, Valencia, pp. 28-39.
Cox, Geoff, Anne Light, Jeff Bardzell, Shaowen Bardzell, Jonas Fritsch and Lone Koefoed Hansen. 2015. ‘Making World Machines: Discourse, Design and Global Technologies for Greater-than-self Issues’, Aarhus Series on Human Centered Computing, 1, 1. 3p.
Dekker, Annet. 2015. ‘Networks of care, or how in the future museums will no longer be the sole caretakers of art’. Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts. London: University of Greenwich.
Malevé, Nicolas, Michael Murtaugh, Ellef Prestsæter. 2015. ‘Vandalist Iconophilia‘, Valencia: Editorial Concreta, n° 5, p. 42-51.
Cox, Geoff. 2014. ‘Code For-itself’. In Torque #1: Mind Language Technology, edited by Nathan Jones and Sam Skinner. Brescia: Link Editions, pp. 130-140.
Cox, Geoff. 2014. ‘Paradoxical Values of Running Code/Paradoksalne Wartosci Kodu’ (English/Polish). In Pioneering Values, edited by Piotr Krajewski and Violetta Kutlubasis-Krajewska, Wroclaw: WRO Art Center, pp. 41-46 & 108-113.
Cox, Geoff, and Joasia Krysa. 2014. ‘Occupying Public Networks’ (English/Polish). In Art Line – A Baltic Co-Operation, edited by Magdalena Mróz-Grygierowska and Torun Ekstrand. Karlskrona: Blekinge Museum, pp.182-4.
Honorato, Cayo. 2014.’Mediação extrainstitucional [Extrainstitutional mediation]’. Revista Museologia & Interdisciplinaridade, 06(03), pp. 205-220. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/1VhyX2g.
Rubinstein, Daniel. 2014. ‘The Digital Image’, Mafte’akh; Lexical Review of Political Thought (6,1) Minerva Humanities Centre. Tel Aviv University.
Sluis, Katrina. 2014. ‘Authorship, Collaboration, Computation? Into the realm of similar images with Erica Scourti’, Photoworks Annual, Issue 21 October.
Conference Papers, Presentations and Panels
Cox, Geoff. 2019 Stop Making Sense, panel at WRO Biennial, Wroclaw, May.
Cox, Geoff, and Winnie Soon. 2019. Vocable Code, performance-lecture, Litteratur i digital transformation conference, DOKK1, Aarhus, Denmark, April.
Cox, Geoff. 2019. ‘The Now of Computer Experimentation’, keynote lecture, Simulation and Computer Experimentation in Music and Sound Art, The Orpheus Institute, Ghent, Belgium, March.
Cox, Geoff. 2019. ‘Seeing Machines and Social Desire’, ScreenShots: Desire and Automated Image, symposium, Kunsthal Aarhus, Denmark, March.
Cox, Geoff, and Suzanne Treister. 2019. Exhibition conversation, KARST, Plymouth, March.
Cox, Geoff. 2019. PhD seminar with Université Paris 8, at Centre National de la Danse, Paris, February.
Cox, Geoff. 2019. Machine Feeling panel moderator, transmediale festival for art and digital culture, Haus der Kulteren der Welt, Berlin, February.
Cox, Geoff, and Christian Ulrik Andersen. 2019. Machine Feeling, research workshop, co-organised with Aarhus University, transmediale – festival for art and digital culture, and Cambridge Digital Humanities Learning Programme, University of Cambridge, January.
Cox, Geoff, Anne Alexander, David Berry, Leonardo Impett. 2018. Generative Adversarial Networks Experimentation Lab, co-organised workshop, CRASSH, University of Cambridge, December.
Rossenova, L. 2018. ‘Performativity and Provenance in the Net Art Archive: the Interface and Infrastructure of Rhizome’s Artbase’, talk at Digital Living Research Commons, Department of Digital Design & Information Studies, University of Aarhus, Denmark, 5 Sept.
Rossenova, L. 2018. ‘Archiving the Web: Interface Design and User Interaction in the Online Archive of Digital Art’, workshop co-facilitated with Magda Tyzlik-Carver, Department of Digital Design & Information Studies, University of Aarhus, Denmark, 4 Sept.
Rossenova, L. 2018. ‘Presentation and Context in the Net Art Archive: the Interface and Infrastructure of Rhizome’s Artbase’, 2018 Besides the Screen conference, London, 1-3 July.
Rossenova, L. 2018. ‘Collaborative Documentation and Archiving of Digital Art’, workshop co-facilitated with Dušan Barok and Julie Boschat Thorez, MAPS (Media Art Preservation Workshop), Budapest, 4-5 June.
Cox, Geoff et al. 2018. ‘Seeing Machines’, Post-photography Prototyping Prize, The Photographers Gallery, London, May.
Cox, Geoff, Anya Lewin, Laura Hopes et al. 2018. Artistic Research Will Eat Itself, co-organised 9th SAR – International Conference on Artistic Research, University of Plymouth, April.
Rossenova, L. 2018. ‘Curation and Power’, panel with Jessica Ogden, Anisa Hawes and Margaret Hedstrom, National Forum on Ethics and Archiving the Web, NYC. 22-24 March [video documentation]
Rossenova, L. 2018. ‘“Windows & Mirrors”: Theory and Practice in the Interface Design of Online Archives’, talk given as part of the Locating Media Lecture Series, University of Siegen, Germany. 15 May.
Cox, Geoff, and Winnie Soon. 2018. ‘Vocable Code’ performance-lecture, Artistic Research Will Eat Itself, 9th SAR – International Conference on Artistic Research, University of Plymouth, April.
Dekker, Annet and Lozana Rossenova. 2018. ‘Version Control and Archive Freedom‘. Workshop as part of Curating Machines: Creating and Curating in the Digital, Royal Holloway, London, 21 February.
Malevé, Nicolas, Michael Murtaugh and Ellef Prestsæter. 2018. ‘The boundary condition. About the archive and its limits‘, Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA). 17 February.
Dekker, Annet and Katrina Sluis. 2018. ‘New Artifacts of the Image’, DONE – Visual Creations and Thinking Activities, Foto Colectania, Barcelona, 13 February.
Cox, Geoff, and Christian Ulrik Andersen. 2018. Research Values, co-organised research workshop with transmediale, Brandenburg Center for Media Studies – ZeM, Potsdam, January.
Malevé, Nicolas and Jara Rocha. 2018. ‘Las promesas de los algos: una visión inapropiada/ble‘ Workshop organisation, a co-production with Virreina Centre de la Imatge, Hamaca, Hangar, Barcelona. 29 to 31 January.
Malevé, Nicolas. 2018. ‘Aesthetic Research: Project-Based Doctorial Thesis in Media Studies‘ Workshop presentation. Part of European Media Studies at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam and University of Potsdam, 19 January.
Dewdney Andrew, Katrina Sluis and Annet Dekker. 2018. ‘The Networked Image Economy and the Automation of Culture‘, MeCCSA Conference, London South Bank University, London, 12 January.
Campos, Raquel. 2017. Fer pais and Morriñentos: Articulating multiculturalism and contesting national identity in the Spanish diaspora through online and offline musicking, British Forum for Ethnomusicology, University of Cambridge, 21 October.
Cox, Geoff, Jacob Lund, Joasia Krysa et al. 2017. Contemporary Research Intensive, talk, University of Architecture IUAV, Venice, October.
Cox, Geoff, and Nicolas Malevé. 2017. ‘Machine Seeing Ways of Seeing’, Ways of Machine Seeing conference, Cambridge Digital Humanities Network, and Cambridge Big Data, University of Cambridge, June.
Rossenova, Lozana. 2017. Contribution and participation in Archives Unleashed datathon, British Library, 12-13 June.
Cox, Geoff, Lund Jacb et al. 2017. The Contemporary Contemporary, co-organised international conference, ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, Denmark, June.
Campos, Raquel. 2017. “Respecteu els classics, motherfuckers”: Musicking and the performance of canon in social media, British Forum for Ethnomusicology, University of Sheffield, 22 April.
Cox, Geoff. 2017. ‘Prove You Are Nonhuman’ panel, transmediale festival for art and digital culture, Haus der Kultern der Welt, February.
Cox, Geoff. 2017. ‘Tracing Information Society – a Timeline’ seminar, at neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK) Berlin, organised by TECHNOPOLITICS working group (Vienna), January.
Cox, Geoff, and Christian Ulrik Andersen. 2016. Machine Research, co-organised research workshop in collaboration with transmediale and Constant, World Trade Center, Brussels, October.
Cox, Geoff, Jacob Lund, Verina Gfader, Anne Kølbaek Iversen. 2016. ‘The Contemporary Condition: Key concepts’, The Biennial Condition: On Contemporaneity and the Episodic, international conference, also co-organised with Liverpool Biennial in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University’s Exhibition Research Lab and International Curators Forum (ICF), Liverpool, October.
Cox, Geoff, Alan Blackwell and Sang Wong Lee. 2016. ‘Writing the Live Coding Book’, International Conference on Live Coding 2016 proceedings, Hamilton, Canada: McMaster University, October.
Cox, Geoff. 2016. ‘Ways of Machine Seeing’, Machine Research, at Le Space, Brussels, October.
Cox, Geoff, Jacob Lund, Verina Gfader, Anne Kølbaek Iversen. 2016. ‘The Contemporary Condition: Key concepts’, plenary panel, Open Fields/RIXC Art Science Festival 2016, The National Library of Latvia, Riga, September.
Cox, Geoff. 2016. ‘Speaking Algorithms’, Cqrrelations, organised by Constant Association for Art and Media, FoAM, Brussels, June.
Cox, Geoff, Anne Alexander, Alan Blackwell, Leo Impett. 2016. Ways of Machine Seeing, co-organised digital humanities workshop, Darwin College, University of Cambridge, June.
Cox, Geoff. 2015. ‘Critique of Software Violence’, keynote lecture, Executions: conversations on code, power & death, Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Aarhus University, December.
Cox, Geoff, and Christian Ulrik Andersen. 2015. Excessive Research, co-organised research workshop with transmediale, Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Biennial, November.
Dekker, Annet. 2015. ‘Embracing authenticity in net art’, CHArt conference, Kings College London, 17 October.
Dekker, Annet. 2015. ‘Homo Documentator’, Capturing a moment. Where net art and performance meet, Stedelijk Museum/LIMA, Amsterdam, 1 October.
Sluis, Katrina. 2015. ‘Image Exhaust: Pictures vs Imaging Systems’, How to Do Art with Networks, LAPS at Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, 26 November.
Rubinstein, Daniel. 2015. ‘Graven Images; Photography after Heidegger and Deleuze’, Shadows without Objects, Chelsea College of Art, November.
Rubinstein, Daniel. 2015. ‘The politics of non-visible image’, Sotheby’s College, November.
Rubinstein, Daniel. 2015. ‘What is an event?’, Royal Academy, November.
Rubinstein, Daniel. 2015. ‘Politics of Invisibility’, University of Amsterdam, dept. of Media, October.
Cox, Geoff. 2015. ‘Contemporary Conditions are Badly Known‘, keynote at Renewable Futures conference, Stockholm School of Economics, RIXC & Art Research Lab of Liepaja University, Riga, Latvia, October; and Forum on Artistic Research: Time/Future, Hangar, Barcelona, November.
Dekker, Annet. 2015. ‘New Collecting – Curating After New Media Art’, panel discussion with Sarah Cook, Annet Dekker, Dene Grigar, Caitlin Jones, moderated by Beryl Graham, ISEA Vancouver, 17 August.
Cox, Geoff. 2015. What Does Live Coding Know? paper at First International Conference on Live Coding, ICSRiM, University of Leeds, July.
Dewdney, Andrew. 2015. ‘Zombie Photography, or the Continuing Afterlife of the Photographic Image’, Association of Photographers in Higher Education, Annual Conference, Nottingham-Trent University, 15 July.
Dewdney, Andrew. 2015. ‘The Hypermodern Art Museum and the Paradoxical Individual’, Policies of Mediation, Museu de Arte de São Paulo, Brasil, 26-27 June.
Sluis, Katrina. 2015. ‘Curation & Image Consumption in an age of Google Analytics’, Capture and Consumption: images and digital culture, Tate Modern, London, 6 May.
Sluis, Katrina. 2015. Panel: Medium, LunchBytes Conference, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, 20-21 March.
Dekker, Annet. 2015. ‘Erica Scourti: So Like You’. Share This! Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 5 March.
Zouli, Ioanna. 2015. ‘“And everywhere you turn: Gods..myths..heroes”: YouTube and the Greek Modernist Project’, Diversity in 20th and 21st Century – Greek Popular Culture(s) and Media Workshop, Oxford, March.
Sluis, Katrina. 2015. ‘Know Your Bounce Rate: Image Curation in Computational Culture’, College Art Association 103rd Annual Conference, New York, 11-14 February.
Sluis, Katrina. 2015. ‘Cultural Value and the Networked Image’, Digital Utopias Conference, Arts Council England, Hull, 20 January.
Cox, Geoff. 2015. Real-time for Pirate Cinema, Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana, January.
Cox, Geoff. 2014. ″!dlroW ,olleH”>:#,_@”, keynote lecture for HELLO WORLD: the poetics and processes of code, Edinburgh School of Art/Edinburgh University, November.
Dewdney, Andrew. 2014. ‘Resolutely Analogue: Museums, Media and Interface Value’, Uncertain Spaces: Virtual Configurations in Contemporary Art and Museums, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon 31 October -1 November.
Cox, Geoff, and Christian Ulrik Andersen. 2014. Datafied Research, co-organised research workshop/seminar, in collaboration with transmediale, School for Creative Media, at City University Hong Kong, October.
Cox, Geoff, and Renée Ridgway. 2014. Disrupting Business, Hidden Economies, Royal Academy of Art, Copenhagen, October.
Rubinstein, Daniel. 2014. ‘Scales of Relation’, Goldsmiths College, London, May.
Rubinstein, Daniel. 2014. ‘Photography and Magic’, Twice Upon a Time, Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, May.
Rubinstein, Daniel. 2014. ‘The Latent Image’. What Images Do, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, April.
Dewdney, Andrew. 2014. Curating the Photographic Image in Networked Cultur’, Kraesj! Brytninger I Fotoarkivet, Oslo Arts Council Conference, 4-5 March.
Cox, Geoff. 2014. ‘Phd as Source Code’, What makes studio-based phds so different, so appealing? panel, College Arts Association, Hilton Chicago, February.