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A Chance Encounter

September 6, 2013

Early September in New York is full of more art openings any one person can keep track of, let alone attend. I spent last night popping between a handful of carefully chosen ones, pedaling along, courtesy of my finally working CitiBike card. As I was walking from the last opening to grab a slice I […]

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The Social Media Reader reviewed in Neural

January 29, 2013

Alessandro Ludovico reviewed The Social Media Reader for Neural, calling the book: a well-curated anthology which portrays social networks as they are: as an incredibly popular phenomenon of contemporary communication whose rapid success in some respects epitomizes the precariousness and limitless of online media in general. Social media are nowadays considered absolutely essential for any online […]

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TO LIFE Eco Art In Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet

January 24, 2013

I am honored to be included in Linda Weintraub’s new book TO LIFE! Eco Art In Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet (UC Press). The book has chapters on each of the artists/collectives; her chapter on my work explores Oil Standard and The Real Costs. Weintraub has created an entire website that includes useful teaching guides […]

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Edward A. Shanken on Investigatory Art

January 23, 2013

Edward A. Shanken has published a new essay entitled “Investigatory art: Real-time systems and network culture” in which he links circa 1970 work of Hans Haacke and Jack Burnham to new media work from the mid 90′s to the present. He has picked some of my favorite pieces by Heath Bunting, Josh On, UBERMORGEN et […]

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The Social Media Reader Creative Commons PDF on

December 18, 2012

The Social Media Reader is now available as a Creative Commons licensed PDF on The book is CC BY-SA-NC licensed; all but one of the chapters are CC BY-SA or CC BY. also hosts an EPUB and Kindle version as well. … The Social Media Reader (ed. Michael Mandiberg) is a collection of […]

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Digital Publishing Today panel at CUNY Grad Center

November 9, 2012

Panel: Ashley Dawson, Matthew K. Gold, Michael Mandiberg, Tavia Nyong’o What are the radical possibilities of open access publishing? This panel will bring together a number of scholars who have published online recently to consider how university presses are either facilitating or impeding efforts by academics to explore new forms of cultural production and media […]

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Fake It! (Limited Edition) at Fabrica de Pensule

October 17, 2012

AfterSherrieLevine is included in Fake It! (Limited Edition), an exhibition at Fabrica de Pensule in Cluj Romania, curated by Horea Avram. They are including a computer with a printing and framing station, so you can print out, sign and frame your own image from the site. From Avram’s curatorial statement: The “sources” to which the […]

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Art, Environment, Action! – Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons

October 16, 2012

As part of Art, Environment, Action! at Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons, I will be giving a 3 day workshop on making visual contributions to Wikipedia. Building on the work of Wikipedia Illustrated and others, the goal will be to use visual language to explain complex concepts without over simplifying them. This could […]

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Recent Works


The Social Media Reader

The first collection to address contemporary internet culture from all the major thinkers in the field.

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Free Armored Safes (Paid Advertisement)

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Ransom Money

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90 Cents by Surface Area

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Featured Works


Collaborative Futures

Collaborative Futures is a book collaboratively authored about free collaboration.

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The Real Costs

Real Costs is a Firefox plug-in that inserts emissions data into travel related e-commerce websites.

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A website of scanned versions of Sherrie Levine’s After Walker Evans photographs.

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Shop Mandiberg

An e-commerce site which aimed to market and sell all of Michael Mandiberg’s personal possessions.

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