Sabatini, Benedetta. Deep Hysteria, AI is an old sexist. June 2024.

Srinivasan, Ramya. To See or Not to See: Understanding the Tensions of Algorithmic Curation for Visual Arts. ACM FAccT (Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency) conference. Discussion of “What the Robot Saw.” June 2024.

Conner, Michael. “SEED: Stories of Rhizome and Generative Art.” Includes historical discussion of theBot. July 2023.

Alexandre Michaan, Philippe Bettinelli. When interactive artworks act as archives: migrating and documenting Immemory by Chris Marker. ISEA 2023 – 28th International Symposium on Electronic Art, ISEA Archives, May 2023, Paris, France. ⟨hal-04224029⟩

The New Museum and Artbase 101. Historical discussion of 2005 exhibition at the New Museum, which included theBot.

Horakova, J, Kupkova, M, Szucsova, M, eds. The Black Box Book: Archives and curatorship in the age of transformation of art institutions. Masaryk University Press, Brno, 2022.

“Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin : les promesses de l’édition 2022.” Fisheye Magazine. Review of Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin including What the Robot Saw. May 2022.

Webcurios. Review of What the Robot Saw. July 2021.

Hockenhull, Oliver. A House Made of Dawn:
The Sublime Horizon of the Digital Arts as the Concluding Formation of the Information Civilization
./a> Review of What the Robot Saw. January 2021.

Carvalho, Ana, and Cornelia Lund. The Audiovisual Breakthrough. Collin & Maierski Print GbR, 2015.

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

The Work of Art in the Age of the Universal Machine. (Link will download ebook as PDF.) Introducing Amy Alexander and Carmin Karasic,” by Renate Wieser. Editor’s text discussing my project, SVEN, and introducing my article in Entautomatisierung, Brauerhoch, Eke, Weiser, Zechner, eds.

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

Savina, Anna. “Guide to the Biennale of New Digital Art.” (In Russian; Google Translate will translate to English.) Look At Me. January, 2014.

“Review: The Wrong Biennial Claims a Stake for Net Art” by Joseph Henry in Blouin Artinfo (Canada). November 2013.

Hall, Gary. “Fluid notes on liquid books.” Putting Knowledge to Work and Letting Information Play. SensePublishers, Rotterdam, 2012. 23-36. (My writing is discussed on pp. 27-29)

“People Dancing at Cameras,” by Mayukh Sen on Zero1.

Women, Art & Technology: A Conversation with Amy Alexander, by Rachel Beth Egenhoefer. 2012.

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

de Souza, Pauline. 2010. “Rethinking the Dissension between Software and Generative Art.” The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge, and Society 6 (5): 13-26. doi:10.18848/1832-3669/CGP/v06i05/56142.

Profiling exhibition catalog, Whitney Museum, 2007.

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.

Hebert, James. “Amy Alexander uses surveillance tools as art WLDS (Weapons of Laugh
, San Diego Union Tribune, 2006. Discusses SVEN and some of Amy’s other projects.



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

  • Proti Sedi, 2021
  •, 2020
  • Bushnell, Jeremy. The Wednesday Investigations, April 2020
  • Dreher, Thomas. IASL Online. Discussion of What the Robot Saw, 2022.
  • PIGS at ICLI Porto, 2018.
  • Guerrieri, Matthew. “Mary Hallock Greenewalt’s Illuminated Music.” Red Bull Music Academy Daily. September, 2017.
  • Acker, Anne. “Electronic And Computer Music Instruments – Music – Oxford Bibliographies – Obo.” N. p., May 2017.
  • 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.
  • 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
  •, July 2006
  • Digital Brainstorming, July 2006
  • Wired News, July 2006. Article here.
  • 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
  •, June 2005
  •, 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
  •, June 2004
  • Wikipedia, May 2004
  •, March 2004
  •, September 2003
  • Springerin, March 2003
  • The, July, 2003
  • Net Art News, July 2003
  •, July 2003
  • Netartreview, June 2003
  •, May 2003, July 2003
  • Slashdot, February 2003
  •, 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

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