Florian Cramer: Selected Bibliography

Compiled by Ralph Dumain

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Anti-media: Ephemera on Speculative Arts. Rotterdam: nai010 publishers; New York: Artbook/D.A.P., 2013. 263 pp.

“Buffer Overflows: Codes, Systems and Subversion in Computational Poetics,” in Creating Insecurity, edited by Wolfgang Sutzl, Geoff Cox (Brooklyn: Autonomedia, 2010).

Note combinatorics.

“Concept, Notations, Software, Art,” in readme 1.2, edited by Olga Goriunova, Alexei Shulgin (Moscow: Macros Institute, 2002).

Note John Cage’s Roaratorio, incorporating text from James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake.

“Depression: Post-Melancholia, Post-Fluxus, Post-Communist, Post-Capitalist, Post-Digital, Post-Prozac,” in A Solid Injury to the Knees, edited by Maya Tounta (Vilnius: Rupert, 2016), pp. 60-107.

Deus Ex Machina: Eschatologies of Automation in Seventeenth-Century Lullism and Present-day Post-Scarcity Utopias,” in DIA-LOGOS: Ramon Llull’s Method of Thought and Artistic Practice, edited by Amador Vega, Peter Weibel, and Siegfried Zielinski (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2018), pp. 82-94.

Disrupt by the Rules. Interview with Florian Cramer, November 26, 2018.

“Does the Tragedy of the Commons Repeat Itself as a Tragedy of the Public Domain?,” in Being Public: How Art Creates the Public, edited by Jeroen Boomgaard & Rogier Brom (Amsterdam: Valiz, 2017), pp. 131-150.

“Exe.cut[up]able Statements: The Insistence of Code,” in Ars electronica 2003. Code - The Language of Our Time, edited by Gerfried Stocker, Christine Schöpf (Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz, 2003), pp. 98-103.

Florian Cramer Interview, Neural 44, pp. 38-42.

“Hacking the Art Operation System—Cornelia Sollfrank in conversation with Florian Cramer,” in Cross-Wired: Communication, Interface, Locality, edited by Simon Yuill and Kerstin Mey (Dundee; Manchester: University of Dundee and Manchester University Press, 2004), pp. 57-68.

“Language,” in Software Studies: A Lexicon, edited by Matthew Fuller (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2008), pp. 168-174.

Note: natural vs computer languages, language Utopias, Oulipo.

Pattern Discrimination, edited by Clemens Apprich, Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Florian Cramer, and Hito Steyerl. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2018.

“Pornographic Coding,” by Florian Cramer & Stewart Home, in Pornotopias: Image, Apocalypse, Desire, edited by Louis Armand, Jane Lewty, Andrew Mitchell (Praha 1, Czech Republic: Univerzita Karlova v Praze, Filozofická Fakulta, Centre for Critical & Cultural Theory, Litteraria Pragensia Books, 2008), pp. 104-113.

Note: Pornography as ars combinatoria.

"Text" and "Network", Reconsidered (New Network Theory, 2007).

See also: New Network Theory, Amsterdam, June 28-30, 2007: Collected Abstracts & Papers.

What Is ‘Post-Digital’?,” in Postdigital Aesthetics: Art, Computation and Design, edited by David M. Berry, Michael Dieter (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire; UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 12-26.

Words Made Flesh: Code, Culture, Imagination. Rotterdam: Piet Zwart Institute, 2005.

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