A Cat's Guide to Internet Freedom, to be published in 2020
Für einen digitalen Humanismus, in Leipziger Schriften, Eine Sammlung philosophischer Aufsätze, 2018
Uneins, tape, Michael Barthel, clandestine compositions, 2016. You can hear my voice on several duets, all composed by Michael, who is a poet and sound artist, playing with Berlin slang.
Hanns Heinz Ewers: Le machin qui clignote, in Amer Enfants, Les Ames d'Atala, 2010. The publication is a translation to French that I made and that the editors have revised. The orginal text was published in 1903 and is called Das blinkende Ding. It is a fairy tale of of an intrigued old man in between two wars (1871 and 1914). The editor added the following note: "We do not seek to rehabilitate Ewers. It would seem for some persons that to become a Nazi by opportunism is less serious than to become one by conviction. And that would apply even more if one has some Jewish friendships. We do not share this opinion. We even think in a perhaps peremptory way that Ewers would not have shared this opinion either. The one who wrote «only a man with a weapon in his hand is free!» has made a mistake. Even worse, he lost his way. The drama of a life as an answer to that of the epoch."
Déchiffrer la réalité. La critique anticapitaliste dans l’art contemporain. Cartes et diagrammes – atlas d’un monde sans mode d’emploi (Deciphering reality, anti-capitalist critique in contemporary art. Maps and diagrams – atlas of a world without an operating manual), research subject at Université Paris VIII under the guidance of Jean-Claude Moineau, 2006.
The thesis discusses the use of cartography and mapping by contemporary artists. It divides maps in contemporary art into ideological and non-ideological maps and discusses in particular the ideological map in the works of Bureau d’Etudes, Marisa Yiu, Marc Lombardi and Multiplicity, a group around the architect Stefano Boeri. The thesis finds that the use of such ideological maps is similar to the process of hacking as it constitutes an appropriation process of a changing world and its processes – which lack the existence of an atlas or operating manual. Thus, by mapping this changing territory, cartography not only helps to understand and make the invisible visible, but also to position oneself on or outside of the map.