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Institute (1999–2008). In 2008 she began a Ph.D. research into strategies for documenting net art at the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths University, London, under the supervision of Matthew Fuller. http://aaaan.net

sa n d r a fauc o n n i e r is an art historian interested in Internet technologies. From 2000 to 2007 she was a media archivist at V2_, Rotterdam, where she designed a description model for electronic art activities, developed a thesaurus of media art terms, and worked on various research projects related to subjects such as alternative copyright models and the preservation of electronic art. Later she worked at the col-

lection and mediatheque department of the Netherlands Media Art Institute, Amsterdam (2007–12). She is currently project leader of the online video channel ARTtube, an active Wikipedia volunteer and guardian of the CDROM Cabinet, an experimental initiative to document and preserve CD-ROM artworks from the 1990s. http://www.fauconnier.nl

ol g a g o r i un o va is Assistant Professor at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick, and author of Art Platforms and Cultural Production on the Internet (2012). She

curated the Fun and Software exhibition (at

Arnolfini in Bristol, and at MU and Baltan, Eindhoven in 2010/11) and is editing a collection Fun and Software. Exploring Pleasure, Paradox and Pain in Computing (forthcoming). She has been involved in the organisation of four Readme festivals of software art between 2002 and 2006 and the running of software art repository Runme.org. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/cim/people/ goriunova/

j u s s i pa rikk a is Reader in Media & Design at Winchester School of Art (University of Southampton). In addition, Parikka lectures in Digital Culture Theory at the University of Turku, Finland. Parikka has published widely on digital culture, network culture and media theory. He is also known for his writings on media archaeology. Parikka’s books include Digital Contagions: A Media Archaeology of Computer Viruses and What is Media Archaeology? (2012). Parikka’s Insect Media (2010) won the 2012 Anne Friedberg award

for Innovative Scholarship (Society for Cinema and Media Studies). He has coedited such volumes as The Spam Book: On Viruses, Porn, and Other Anomalies from the Dark Side of Digital Culture (2009, with Tony D. Sampson) and Media Archaeology (2011, with Erkki Huhtamo). He is the editor of the Wolfgang Ernst text collection Digital Memory and the Archive (2012). http://jussiparikka.net

Speculative Scenarios — Edited by Annet Dekker  

There is a growing understanding of the use of technological tools for dissemination or mediation in the museum, but artistic experiences th...