Press

SELECTED ONLINE INTERVIEWS AND REVIEWS

The Future is Unknown – I am the Future, by Josephine Bosma.
Catalog Essay: “Faceless,” January 2013/2015.

Interview with Amy Alexander, by Katia Haus.Faq magazine, May 2014.

Women, Art & Technology: A Conversation with Amy Alexander, by Rachel Beth Egenhoefer. Furtherfield.org

Archiving the Digital, 2011, by Virtueel Platform. Annet Dekker with Rachel Somers-Miles, edited by Rachel Feuchtwan. Discusses the history of Runme.org.

A text by Joan Campas, 2004, discussing Amy’s early net project, The Multi-Cultural Recycler (1996).

A text by Thomas Dreher, 2002, discussing some of Amy’s older work (in German).

Interview with Tilman Baumgartel, 2002, discussing b0timati0n and some of Amy’s older work.

A text by Chris Joseph, 2005, discussing Scream and some of Amy’s other projects.

An article in the San Diego Union-Tribune, 2006, discussing SVEN and some of Amy’s other projects.

 

ADDITIONAL PRESS

Amy’s work has also been reviewed in publications including:

  • Zero1 Biennial Blog. People Dancing at Cameras by Mayukh Sen, 2012.
  • KCRW Design and Architecture, September 20, 2012 IndieCade, 5D and Zero1: Design Meets Tech and Makes Art by Adelaide Chen, 2012.
  • Wired.com. With Seeking Silicon Valley, Zero1 Biennial Explores Tech-Fueled Art, by Geeta Dayal, 2012.
  • Beat Magazine. Im Gespräch mit Amy Alexander: Lichtbildorgien aus Suchmaschinentexten. Interview by Maya Consuelo Sternel, 2010. (Posted online by permission of author.)
  • Kunst und Technik in medialen Räumen. Publication of lecture by Dr. Thomas Dreher: “Participation with Camera: From the Video Camera to the Camera Phone.” 2010 (Related lecture notes are available online.)
  • Art + Science Now by Stephen Wilson. 2010
  • Sexing Code: Subversion, Theory and Representation by Claudia Herbst, 2008
  • The Press and Journal (Aberdeen, UK), June 2008
  • NewMediaFix, April 2008
  • Art Platforms: The Constitution of Cultural and Artistic Currents on the Internet by Olga Goryunova, 2008
  • “Building Things. Interview with Amy Alexander, 2007” by Inke Arns. In Artists as Inventors – Inventors as Artists. Dieter Daniels, Barbara U. Schmidt (Eds.), 2008.
  • Ecrans, website of Liberation, France, September 2007
  • El Pais, Spain, August 2007
  • We Make Money Not Art, September 2007
  • “Code Jamming”, Andrew R. Brown, M/C Journal. Dec. 2006
  • San Diego Union-Tribune, September 2006
  • Tages-Anzeiger (online version), September, 2006
  • Zeitwissen, August 2006
  • Bitelia, August 2006
  • Download Squad, August 2006
  • MetroActive, August 2006
  • SF360, August 2006
  • Computerworld (Swiss version), July 2006
  • Tages-Anzeiger, July 2006
  • Clickhere.ch, July 2006
  • Digital Brainstorming, July 2006
  • Wired News, July 2006
  • From Art to Digital, July 2006
  • Artnodes, Interview published April 2006
  • DigiMag, April 2006
  • La Stampa, March 2006
  • We Make Money Not Art, February 2006
  • Telekanal Kultura, February 2006
  • Rhizome, Februrary 2006
  • BlogChronik der Kommunikationsguerilla, February 2006
  • The New York Times, June 2005
  • Furtherfield.org, June 2005
  • Neural.it, May 2005
  • Libero Magazine, May 2005
  • DigiMag, May 2005
  • Read_Me. Software Art and Cultures. Edition 2004, August 2004 Anne LaForet review (“Extreme Whitespace”)
  • Shift (Japan), review by Peta Jenkin, July 2004.
  • Internet Art, by Rachel Greene, 2004
  • The Hive Report, June 2004
  • Sonar News, June 2004
  • Neural.it, June 2004
  • Wikipedia, May 2004
  • Vpar.net, March 2004
  • Art-themagazine.com, September 2003
  • The Thing.it, July, 2003
  • Net Art News, July 2003
  • Rhizome.org, July 2003
  • Netartreview, June 2003
  • Neural.it, May 2003, July 2003
  • Slashdot, February 2003
  • Neural.it, January 2003
  • The Art of the Engine”, 2003
  • “Interview with Amy Alexander” by Tilman Baumgartel, December 2002
  • ArtKrush, July 2002
  • Taipei Times, February 2002 (as part of Yes Men/Reamweaver developers)
  • theSpleen, February 2002 (as part of Yes Men/Reamweaver developers)
  • Slashdot, February 2002 (as part of Yes Men/Reamweaver developers)
  • Reason Online, March 2002 (as part of Yes Men/Reamweaver developers)
  • NetArt Commons, April 2002 (as part of Yes Men/Reamweaver developers)
  • “Hacktivism as High {Tech} Art” (article by Marisa Olson published on Rhizome website, May 2002) –
    (as Cue P. Doll)
  • Wired News, May 2002 2002 (as part of Yes Men/Reamweaver developers)
  • IASL (Internationales Archiv für Sozialgeschichte der deutschen Literatur) Lectures in NetArt, February 2002
  • Internet News, January 2002
  • Neural Online, December 2001
  • Ciberp@is, August 2001
  • Liberation, July 2001
  • MyTech, June 2001
  • Razorcake, May 2001 (as Cue P. Doll)
  • Net Economy, May 2001 (as Cue P. Doll)
  • Wired News, April 2001 (as Cue P. Doll)
  • Yahoo! France Actualites, April 2001 (as Cue P. Doll)
  • Slashdot, April 2001 (as Cue P. Doll)
  • ZKM website, April 2001
  • Mladina, February 2001
  • Click to the Future – Photography in the Digital Age, Ch. 4, London, Feb. 2001
  • Sputnik Cultura Digital, October 2000
  • The Web Today, September 2000
  • New York Times, January 2000
  • Listed in Who’s Who in the West, 2000
  • The London Times, October 1999
  • The Art Book (journal), June 1999
  • Boston Globe, March 1999
  • Washington Post, March 1999
  • USA Today, February 1999
  • The Independent, January 1999
  • ARTnews, April 1998
  • Contemporary Art Association L’Angelot (Barcelona). Ars Telematica. 1998
  • New York Times, December 14, 1997
  • Leonardo, Volume 30 Number 5. 1997
  • Bureaud, Annick. Leonardo (online French edition). Fall 1997
  • Intelligent Agent magazine, New York. Fall 1997
  • Leopoldseder, Hannes and Christine Schopf. a. 1997
  • Planete Internet magazine, France. Winter 1997