Connaissez-vous vraiment internet ? Protocoles, sécurité, censure, gouvernance. Eyrolles, 2022. Ulrike Uhlig, Mallory Knodel, Niels ten Oever, Corinne Cath, and Catnip. For ARTICLE 19. ISBN: 978-2-416-00727-9
Internet. Jak działa naprawdę? Ilustrowany przewodnik po protokołach, prywatności, cenzurze i zarządzaniu. Helion, 2022. Ulrike Uhlig, Mallory Knodel, Niels ten Oever, Corinne Cath, and Catnip. For ARTICLE 19. ISBN: 978-83-283-8341-8
Das Internet gehört uns allen! Protokolle, Datenschutz, Zensur und Internet Governance anschaulich illustriert. dpunkt. Verlag, 2021. Ulrike Uhlig, Mallory Knodel, Niels ten Oever, Corinne Cath, and Catnip. For ARTICLE 19. Translated by Volkmar Gronau. ISBN: 978-3864908699
How the Internet Really Works. An illustrated guide to protocols, privacy, censorship, and governance. NoStarch Press, 2020. Ulrike Uhlig, Mallory Knodel, Niels ten Oever, Corinne Cath, and Catnip. For ARTICLE 19. ISBN: 9781718500297
Hanns Heinz Ewers: Le machin qui clignote, in Amer Enfants, Les Ames d'Atala, 2011, page 77, ISBN: 2914851138. For Amer, I translated the original text Das blinkende Ding (1922) from German to French. Despite Ewer's influence on fantasy and horror literature, his involvement with the Nazi party is highly controversial, in particular in Germany. His books are burnt, he is not allowed to publish, has openly homosexual tendencies, and jewish friends, but he is an early member of the Nazi party and works on a movie about Horst Wessel (censored upon completion—Wessel himself was a controversial figure, nicely illustrated in Babylon Berlin's season 3). Ian Geay published a biography next to the translated text, which explains the historical context and criticizes Ewer's choices—choices that we oppose and do in no way endorse. Le machin qui clignote / Das blinkende Ding is a tale full of symbolisms that gives a little insight into the spirit of an old man between two world wars.
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, 2005.
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.
3rd Cyberfeminist International. Video, 2001.
At the 3rd Cyberfeminist International in Hamburg, Germany, 2001, we asked participants what the term "cyberfeminism" meant to them. The video was originally produced for Online arts magazine Synesthésie, France. The video features Cornelia Sollfrank, Nathalie Magnan, Les Chiennes de Garde, the Genderchanger Academy, Faith Wilding, Verena Kuni, Claudia Reiche, Laurence Rassel, Les Pénélopes, Isabelle Carlier, Constant VZW, Virtuella, Nana Petzet, and many others.