Reading List

To keep track of books/magazines and articles.

    ART / DESIGN

  • The World of Digital Art – Wolf Lieser
  • Bauhaus – Magdalena Droste
  • At The Edge of Art – Joline Blais & Jon Ippolito
  • Codex Seraphinianus – Luigi Serafini
  • Black Box – Hiroshi Sugimoto
  • The Thing The Book – Jonn Herschend and Will Rogan
    REFERENCE BOOKS / ARTIST’S WRITING / OPINION PIECES

  • Influences – Anna Gerber & Anja Lutz
  • How to Write About Contemporary Art – Gilda Williams
  • The Modern Ideal, The Rise and Collapse of Idealism in the Visual Arts – Paul Greenhalgh
  • The Debate, The Legendary Contest of Two Giants of Graphic Design – Rick Poynor
  • Playing to the Gallery – Grayson Perry
  • How To Know What’s Really Happening – Francis McKee
    MAGAZINES

  • Printed Pages Spring/Summer 2016 – The It’s Nice That Magazine
  • Communicating Climate Change No.9 – Disegno Magazine
  • Monocle Magazine #97 October 2016
  • Monocle Magazine #95 July/August 2016
  • Monocle Magazine #93 May 2016
  • Tank magazine Food Issue 2016 Volume 8 Issue 9
  • Mark Magazine #64 Another Architecture Oct/Nov 2016
    INTERNET / NETWORK / DIGITAL ERA

  • Information Doesnt Want To Be Free – Cory Doctorow
  • Who Owns The Future – Jaron Lanier
  • What Technology Wants – Kevin Kelly
  • The Internet Is Not The Answer – Andrew Keen
  • Program of Be Programmed – Douglas Rushkoff
  • Nothing Sacred – Douglas Rushkoff
  • Darwin Among the Machines – George B. Dyson
  • Consent of the Networked – Rebecca MacKinnon
  • Dream Machines – Ted Nelson
  • As We May Think – Vannevar Bush
  • The Internet Does Not Exist – E-flux Journal
  • Sustainable Archiving of Born-Digital Cultural Content – Virtueel Platform
  • Cyburbia – James Harkin
  • You Are Not A Gadget: A Manifesto – Jaron Lanier
  • Bit Rot – Douglas Coupland
    FEMALE VOICE / THEORY

  • Meeting The Universe Halfway – Karen Barad
  • Simians, Cyborgs, and Women – Donna Haraway
  • Manifesto – Mary Ann Caws
    MUSIC & SOUND

  • Formalized Music: Thought and Mathematics in Composition – Iannis Xenakis
  • Haunted Weather, Music, Silence and Memory – David Toop
    BOOKS / PUBLISHING / PRINT / LIBRARIES ETC

  • Post-Digital Print, The Mutation of Publishing since 1894 – Alessandro Ludovico
  • Anti-Book – Nicholas Thoburn
  • No ISBN, on self-publishing – Salon fur Kunstbuch
  • Libraries in the Post Scarcity Era – Bodó Balázs
    THEORY / PHILOSOPHY

  • Discourse Networks 1800/1900 – Friedrich Kittler
  • Ways of Seeing – John Berger
  • The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction – Walter Benjamin
  • The Communist Manifesto – Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels
    TYPOGRAPHY

  • Type Only – Unit Editions
  • Font: The Sourcebook – Black Dog Publishing
  • Just My Type – Simon Garfield
    ARCHITECTURE / EXTRA-LEGAL

  • Glotzt Nicht So Romantisch, On Extra-legal Space in Belgrade – Dubravka Sekulic
  • After The Planners – Robert Goodman
    INTERFACING THE LAW : READING LIST

  • Bodó, Balázs (2015): Libraries in the post-scarcity era.
  • Dockray, Sean (2017): Interface, Access, Loss
  • Elbakyan, Alexandra (2016): Why Science is Better with Communism? The Case of Sci-Hub
  • Fuller, Matthew (2003): The impossibility of interface in: Behind the Blip
  • Liang, Lawrence (2011): Beyond Representation: The Figure of the Pirate.
  • Maigret, Nicolas & Roszkowska, Maria (2015): Chapter 2: Insider Perspective The Warez Scene in: The Pirate Book
  • Mars, Marcell, Zarroug, Manar & Tomislav Medak (2015): Public Library
  • Meister, Andre (2013): Interviews with e-book pirates on: Netzpolitik.org
    FICTION

  • Pattern Recognition – William Gibson
  • Count Zero – William Gibson
  • Spook Country – William Gibson
  • Makers – Cory Doctorow
  • Plot – Tirdad Zolghadr
    OTHER

  • 59 Seconds, Think A Little Change A Lot – Professor Richard Wiseman
  • Death & Co, Modern Classic Cocktails – David Kaplan & Nick Fauchald
    XPUB SPECIFIC READER

  • Aldred, Danny and Waeckerle, Emmanuelle (Eds) (2015) ‘Code – X, Paper Pixel and Beyond’. Farnham: BookRoom Press / University for the Creative Arts
  • Allen, Gwen (2011) ‘Artists’ Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art’. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press
  • Bardini, Thierry, Bootstrapping
  • Berners-Lee, Tim, Weaving the Web
  • Boon, Marcus, In Praise of Copying
  • Hayles, Katherine, Writing Machines
  • Halpern, Orit, Beautiful Data
  • Hu, Tung-Hui, A Prehistory of the Cloud
  • Drucker, Johanna (2004) ’The Century of Artists’ Books’. NewYork: Granary Books
  • Drucker, Johanna, Graphesis: Visual Forms of Knowledge Production
  • Emerson Lori, Reading Writing Interfaces
  • Kant, Immanuel (1792) “What Is a Book?” In ‘Metaphysics of Morals”, (31/II) https://www.marxists.org/reference/subject/ethics/kant/morals/ch04.htm
  • Knuth, Donald, Literate Programming
  • Krajewski, Markus, Paper Machines. About cards & Catalogues
  • Lorusso, Silvio, Post-Digital Publishing blog
  • McLuhan, Marshall, The Gutenberg Galaxy
  • Montfort, Nick, GOTO 10
  • Montfort, Nick and Noah Wardrip-Fruin (eds.), The New Media Reader
  • Flusser, Vilem (1988), Interview The Revolution will be Technological
  • Wright, Alex, Cataloguing the World
  • Worthington, Simon, Book to the Future