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Through the Screen: Notes to Permanent Transit (2002)
Appendix: Permanent Transit: net.remix statement for artwurl (2004)
Diasporic Networks & the Collaborative Construction of Identity in Kabul: Reconstructions (2004)
Towards a Visual Language of Resistance: Notes on the Disappeared (collaborative text with Chitra Ganesh for Bare Acts: The Sarai Reader 05)
Unwritten Histories and the Digital Divide: On Critics, Archives and Networks (2005)
Excerpts from an IM roundtable with Jeanette Ingberman (Exit Art), Richard Rinehart (Berkeley Art Museum / Pacific Film Archive, CIAO, Archiving the Avant-Garde), Beth Rosenberg (Eyebeam Atelier), and Martha Wilson (Franklin Furnace Archives), July 2005. Moderated by Mariam Ghani for Arts + Leisure, a tabloid newspaper on art, criticality and complaint, published by e-flux and Art in General. A longer selection of excerpts from the roundtable appears here than in the published text.
Divining the Question: An Unscientific Methodology for the Collection of Warm Data (2006)
Link to or PDF download of essay written for issue Viralzerosix of Viralnet, the online journal published by the Center for Integrated Media at CalArts.
Writing Politics on Your Flesh (2006)
PDF download of an interview with Tom Leeser and Beth Rosenberg for Viralnet, conducted in spring 2005 and published in spring 2006.
Afghanistan: Between the Tiger and the Precipice (2007)
"News-collage" article commissioned for the 25th anniversary issue of FUSE, Cultural Change in Real Terms
New World Borders (2008)
Essay and "corrective redaction" project commissioned from Index of the Disappeared as a contribution to the newspaper Common Possibility, produced for the exhibition How to Talk About Utopia Without Saying Utopia (a project by Anthony Marcellini +Matthew David Rana) and distributed in San Francisco in April 2008.
Bidoun Questionnaire (2009)
Questionnaire sent by Bidoun, editors of the Sharjah Biennial 9 catalogue project (three books in total), to artists in the Provisions for the Future exhibition, several months before we produced our projects. Erin and I describe our goals for the new video that SB9 commissioned in alternating blue (EEK) and green (MG) handwriting. This version was published along with a partial shooting script in the first Provisions catalogue, which focuses on the production process.