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Arnheim, R. (1974). Art and visual perception: a psychology of the creative eye – the new version. Berkley, CA. University of California Press.

Ascroft, N. (2015). The smartphone society. Jacobin: Reason in revolt. Spring, issue 17. Retrieved from

Baudrillard, J. (1983). Simulations: The precession of simulacra. Retrieved from,Jean/simulations.html

Bostock, M. (2014). Visualizing algorithms. Retrieved from:

Bourriard, N. (2002) Relational aesthetics. Retrieved from:

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Castell, M. (1994). The net and the self, working notes for a critical theory of the informational society. In Weibel, P. & Druckery, T. (Eds.) Net-condition, art and global media. (pp. 30-47) (2001). MA, USA. MIT Press

Cirio, P. (2006). Amazon Noir – The big book crime: Out of court settlement. Retrieved from

Cronan, T. (2012). The aesthetic politics of affect., Issue #5: Agency and Experience. Retrieved from

Cubitt, S. (2013) We have never been human. Sean Cubitt’s Blog: Aphorisms and scribbled notes on the history and philosophy of media. Retrieved from

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Debord, G. (1998). Comments on the society of the spectacle. London, UK: Verso.

Donath, J. (2014) The social machine: designs for living online. MA, USA. MIT Press

Donath, J. (2006) The imperfect observer: Mind, machines and materialism in the 21st century. Retrieved from

Donath, J. (2009). Technological Interventions in Everyday Interaction, An essay written for the catalogue of Act/React show at the Milwaukee Art Museum

Farocki, H. (2004). From the surveillance society to the control society. In T. Ellsaesser (ED.) Working on the sightlines. Amsterdam, Holland. Amsterdam University Press.

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Galanter, P., & Levy, E. K. (2002) Complexity: art and complex systems. [Exhibition catalogue] Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art. Retrieved from

Galloway, A. (2012). The interface effect. Cambridge, England: Polity Press.

Geser, H. (2008). Exhibited in the Global Digital Cage: On the Functions and Consequences of Social Network Sites in Complex Societies. Retrieved from

Hage, G. (2003). Against Paranoid Nationalism: searching  for hope in a shrinking society. Sydney, Australia: Pluto Press

Halter, Ed. (2015). Will you be my version?: James Richards. Afterall Online Journal. Retrieved from

Hyde, L. (1983). The gift: creativity and the artist in the modern world. New York, NY. Vintage Books.

Humbert, H. (2007) Technology and Workforce: Comparison between the Information Revolution and the Industrial Revolution. Retrieved from

Joselit, D (2013). After Art. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press

Keim, D. A., Schneidewind, J., Sips, M. (2006). Scalable Pixel based Visual Data Exploration. Retrieved from

Kirby, A. (2006). The Death of Postmodernism And Beyond. Philosophy Now, a magazine of ideas – Issue 58. Retrieved from

Kuniavsky, K., (2011) . EE Times. Smart things: Information shadows – Part 2. Retreived from http://

Larsen, B. L. (2014). Networks: Documents of contemporary art. London; Cambridge, Mass.: Whitechapel Gallery; The MIT Press

Linger, M. (2006). The Culture of Taste. Retrieved from

Loukissas, Y. A., & Mindell, D. (2014). Visual Apollo: A Graphical Exploration of Computer-Human Relationships. Design Issues, Vol. 30, No. 2, 4-16 Retrieved from

McKay, C. (2013). Covert: The artist as voyeur. Surveillance and Society 11(3/4), pages 334-353. Retrieved from

Marks, P. (2013). Monitoring the invisible: Seeing and unseeing in China Miéville’s The city and the city. Surveillance and society 11(3): 222-236. Retrieved from

Microsoft Corporation. (2006). How does JPEG actually work? Developing for developers: Tools, techniques, and theory for measuring and improving the power and performance of developers and their code. Retrieved from

Murdock, G. (2014). The End of the Open Internet: Surveillance/Copyright/Privacy Department of Media, Film and Communication Studies at the University of Otago. Retrieved from

Prensky, M., (2001). Digital natives, digital immigrants. Retreived from

Rancière, J. (2004). The Politics of Aesthetics: The Distribution of the Sensible. London: Continuum.

Rahaman, H & Tan, BK. (2009). Interactive space : Searching for a dual physical-virtual world. In TW Chang, E Champion, S-F Chien & S-C Chiou (eds), 14th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architecture Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2009), Yunlin, Taiwan. Retrieved from

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Rittenbach, K. (2013) More than a feeling: An interview with James Richards. Rhizome – Blog. Retrieved from

Sample, I. & Gani, A. (2014) The Guardian. Nobel prize in physiology or medicine for finding brain’s ‘you are here’ cells. Retreived from http://www.theguardian. com/science/2014/oct/06/nobel-prize-physiology- medicine-brain-navigation

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Sontag, S. (1977). On photography. (iBooks version 1.2). London, England: Penguin Group. Retrieved from Apple Inc.

Star, S. & Griesemer, R. (1989). Institutional ecology, ‘translations’ and boundary objects: amateurs and professionals in Berkeley’s Museum of Vertebrate Zoology”. (pp. Massachusetts, MA: MIT Press. Retrieved from blogs/zoogestion/files/2014/10/StarGriesemer- BoundaryObjects-SSS.pdf

Sterling, B. (2005). Shaping things. Cambridge MA, USA. The MIT press. Retreived from

Steyerl, H. (2003). Documentarism as Politics of Truth. Transversal 10/03: Differences & Representations. Translated by Aileen Derieg. Retrieved from

Steyerl, H. (2012). The wretched of the screen. E-flux journal. Berlin, Germany, Sternberg Press

Steyerl, H. (2012). Too much world: Is the internet dead? E-flux journal issue #49. Retrieved from

Terranova, T., (2004). Network culture. London, England: Pluto Press

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Wilson, A. N. (2013). In conversation with Tensta konsthall Associate Curator Laurel Ptak. Retrieved from

Wigley, M. (1998). Constant’s new Babylon, the hyper- architecture of desire. Retreived from