Please note: Most of my texts were published in books and are not available online yet.
NO-ISBN – On Self-publishing (2015): A co-edited reader on self-publishing all over the world since the 1980s, with a strong focus on artist’s books and magazines.
LEGO for a Meta Theory of Meta Art Forms (2004): An essay on selected philosophical positions of the 20th century and how they might inspire programmers and software artists, originally written for Runme-Dorkbot City 2004 in Aarhus.
Some Code to Die for. On the Birth of the Free Software Movement in 1887 (2003): A text about constructed languages of the 19th and 20th century as precursors of contemporary open source communities, first published in the catalog of Ars Electronica 2003.
Sendeformate der Kunst/Broadcasting formats for art: A text written in conjunction with a lecture on the “digital stone age” by Mike Hentz, published in Rotraut Pape (Ed.), Sixcon Lost Media, Offenbach/Main 2002. To download a higher resolution version, click here.
Dispersed or Distributed? Understanding Networks of Contemporary Self-Publishing: A panel presentation about research into communities of self-publishing artists at transmediale 2018.
Freiheit in der nächsten Gesellschaft: Lecture and discussion on the topic of freedoom in our future society at the Big Data Colloquium 2016 in Weil am Rhein, organized by Florian Mehnert as part of his ongoing project Freiheit 2.0.
Titles: The first performance of my composition for piano and two voices at Salon für Kunstbuch 21er Haus in Vienna (December 2015).
Fluxus cannot save the world: A talk on the Dada and Fluxus movements, their connection to digital culture, and their relevance for our contemporary society, given at CCC 2015 in Hamburg (with Markus Zimmermann).
Art’s Birthday 2012: A selection of video clips from Art’s birthday 2012 at Radiokulturhaus Vienna, organized as part of the Future Fluxus project. Featuring: Didi Bruckmayer, Angelica Castello, dieb13, Julius Deutschbauer, Constant Dullaart, Thomas Geiger, God’s Entertainment, Hank Bull and Friends, Matthias Hurtl, Volkmar Klien, Marko Kosnic, Markus Liszt, Bernhard Loibner, Ben Patterson, pink pink sorbet, Billy Roisz, Rosenthal, Burkhard Stangl, Conny Zenk.
A short tv feature on the Serious Pop Summit 2004, originally broadcast on 3sat.