TEXTS

Texts

“Media-as-things: A Nonhistorical Nostalgia Through Failure.” co-authored with Maryam Muliaee, in Subjective Experiences of Interactive Nostalgia, edited By Ryan Lizardi, Peter Lang Publishing, (2019): 167-188 order

“Fai(lure): Encounter with the unstable medium in the work of art.” co-authored with Mani Mehrvarz, in Miscommunication: Errors, Mistakes, and the Media, Timothy Barker and Maria Korolkova (eds.), Bloomsbury Publishing (in Press 2020). order

“Introduction: Mapping Media Studies”, MAST: The Journal of Media Art, Study and Theory, edited by Maryam Muliaee and Mani Mehrvarz, vol.1, no.1, April 2020. online

Selected conference and invited talks

“Strata of Memory: An Encounter With Analog Signal Decay and the Digital Mortality”, presented at Substantial Motion Research Network Workshop with Laura U. Marks, Squeaky Wheel Media Art Center, Buffalo, NY (Feb 2019)

“Cultural Techniques: A Methodological Tool to Explain the Shifting Notion of Data”, presented at 26th Annual Crossing the Boundaries Conference: [pl.]: Exploring the Multiple, Binghamton University, NY (March 2018)

“Private Nostalgia: Data-base Video in Conditions of Post-history”, presented at University of Arts in Poznan, Poland (June 2015)

“On Contemporary Iranian Cinema and Noastalgia”, Young art place: Kolektyw 1a, Poznan, Poland (Feb 2014)

“Persian Typography in Iranian Contemporary Cinema”, presented at University of Arts in Poznan, Graphic Design Symposium, (Oct 2013)

Reviews/interviews

2018      “Of Palimpsestic Memory and Reverse Merging: Mani Mehrvarz, Private Nostalgia, 2014.” by Ewa Wojtowicz, abca: Online Jouranl of Brazilian Association of Art Critics, no. 48, issue XVI, December 2018

2016      Art In Post-Media Culture, Ewa Wojtowicz, Katedra Wydawnictwo Naukowe, Poland (2016)

2014      “Remix in Social Media Culture,” by Ewa Wojtowicz, artpunk, no. 22, October 2014

2014      “Interview with filmmaker Mani Mehrvarz”, VideoChannel Interview Project, The new Museum of Network Art

2007      “Conceptual Posters”, Art Magazine no.2, University of Arts in Tehran