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I am Professor of Art and Computational Culture at LSBU, where I am also co-Director of Centre for the Study of the Networked Image (CSNI), and co-Director of MA Curating Art and Public Programmes (with Whitechapel Gallery). Previously I have worked at University of Plymouth, and Aarhus University, where I retain an adjunct position. I have held Visiting Scholar positions at the Computer Lab, University of Cambridge (2016), and Digital Visual Studies, Max Planck/University of Zurich (2022).

My research interests lie broadly across the fields of software studies and contemporary art/aesthetics, expressed in occasional artworks (e.g. The Museum of Ordure), invited talks, and numerous publications. Published works include the monograph Speaking Code: coding as aesthetic and political expression (with Alex McLean) published by MIT Press in 2013, and Aesthetic Programming: A Handbook of Software Studies (with Winnie Soon) published by Open Humanities Press in 2020. As a core outcome of The Contemporary Condition research project (funded by Danish Research Foundation), I published The Contemporary Condition: Introductory Thoughts on Contemporaneity and Contemporary Art (with Jacob Lund), the first in a book series that I continue to co-edit, published by Sternberg Press in 2016. There are currently seventeen books in the series. I am also co-editor (with Joasia Krysa) of the open access DATA browser book series published by Open Humanities Press which has seven volumes published, and two in production. Upcoming publications include the multi-authored book project Live Coding: A User's Manual (with Alan Blackwell, Emma Cocker, Thor Magnusson, Alex McLean) to be published by MIT Press in 2022. In collaboration with transmediale festival for art and digital culture in Berlin, I co-run (with Christian Ulrik Andersen) a yearly research workshop/publication, and am co-editor of the associated open access online journal APRJA, published by Aarhus University, and hosted by The Royal Danish Library. Related to this is an ongoing research project on shadow IT and experimental publishing (with colleagues at Aarhus University, University of Amsterdam, and Piet Zwart Institute).

Current projects also include "Ways of Machine Seeing", explored in a special issue of the journal AI & Society for Springer-Nature (co-edited with Mitra Azar and Leonardo Impett) published in 2021, and a public engagement project for 2022 funded by The Turing Institute (with Yasmine Boudiaf, Annie Davey, and Nicolas Malevé).

Courses taught

Photography - BA (Hons)

Curating Art and Public Programmes - MA

Arts and Creative Industries - MRes

Arts and Creative Industries - PhD

Postgraduate Research Supervision
Current
Mr Marco De MutiisDoctoral Research ProjectPhD
Ms Teodora Sinziana FartanDoctoral Research ProjectPhD
Ms Marloes De ValkDoctoral Research ProjectPhD
Ms Rachel Mary FalconerDoctoral Research ProjectPhD
Mr Mateus Jose Tansley De Oliveira DomingosDoctoral Research ProjectMRes
Laura RosserPhD
Emanuele AndreoliPhD

Awarded in the last 5 years
Kasper Skov ChristensenPhD
Ryan NolanPhD
Laura HopesPhD
Anne Kølbæk IversenPhD
Marie Louise Juul SøndergaardPhD
Lea Muldtofte OlsenPhD
Camma Juel JepsonPhD
James SchofieldPhD
Jurij SmrkePhD
PhD

University of Plymouth

2000
2006
MA Photography

Royal College of Art

1984
1986
BA Art & Design

Bradford Art College

1980
1983
Foundation Studies

Plymouth College of Art & Design

1978
1979
FHEA

HEA

2019
2019
Associate Professor in Fine Art
University of Plymouth

2017
2019
Education
Associate Professor in Digital Design and Information Studies
Aarhus University

2012
2017
Education
Research Fellow in Digital Aesthetics
Aarhus University

2010
2012
Education
Associate Professor/Reader in Art & Technology
University of Plymouth

2002
2009
Education
Lecturer in Computing
University of Plymouth

1999
2002
Education
Lecturer in Media Arts
University of Plymouth

1992
2001
Education
Education Curator
Camerawork Gallery

1994
1998
Commercial/industry
Associate Lecturer in Fine Art
Polytechnic South West

1988
1991
Education
Research Fellow in Arts Communication
Exeter College of Art & Design

1987
1988
Education
Workshop Coordinator
Montefiore Community Education Centre

1986
1987
Third sector/charities
FunderYear wonProjectRole
The Alan Turing Institute2022Learning Experiments in Computer Vision and Visual LiteracyPrincipal Investigator
ProposalProjectRoleFunderStatusStatus last updated
MOD-VLE: More Openness and Diversity in Virtual Learning EnvironmentsMOD-VLE: More Openness and Diversity in Virtual Learning EnvironmentsPrincipal InvestigatorEU Cost ActionOPEN In preparationSep 2022
Ways of Machine Seeing: Learning experiments in visual literacy and computer visionon the Ways of Machine Seeing research grant applicationPrincipal InvestigatorArts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)OPEN SubmittedJan 2022
Society for Artistic Research
2017
Higher Education Academy
2019
A Peer Reviewed Journal About_

Open Access online journal hosted by The Royal Danish Library, and published by Aarhus UNiversity in partnership with Transmediale, Berlin.

Editor-in-Chief
(with Christian Ulrik Andersen)
2012
Computational Culture

Journal of Software Studies

Editorial/Advisory Board Member
2014
Acoustic Space / Renewable Futures

Journal series and festival/conference organised by RIXC published in collaboration with Liepaja University

Editorial/Advisory Board Member
2018
Polity Press
Bloomsbury Press
Research Institute of the University of Bucharest (ICUB)
2021
National Research and Development Agency, Ministry of Science, Technology, Knowledge and Innovation, Government of Chile
2022
Austrian Research Foundation
2021
Aarhus University
Visiting professor

Adjunct Associate Professor in Department of Digital Design and Information Studies; member of Contemporary Aesthetics and Technology research programme, and Digital Aesthetics Research Centre.

Contemporary Aesthetics and Technology; Digital Aesthetics; Digital Design and Information Studies

February 2022
University of Zurich
Visiting professor

Visiting academic as part of Max Plank Centre for Digital Visual Studies.

Research workshop, tutorials, exploration of collaborative projects.

February 2022
July 2022
The Photographers Gallery

Supervision of collaborative PhD project

Industry
September 2020
August 2024
Whitechapel Gallery

Supervision of collaborative PhD student; Co-director of MA Curating Art and Public Programmes.

Industry
April 2021
March 2025

A Peer Reviewed Newspaper About_ Rendering Research
Cox, G. (2022). A Peer Reviewed Newspaper About_ Rendering Research. Digital Aesthetics Research Centre / Center for Digital Æstetikforskning.

Ways of Machine Seeing as a Problem of Invisual Literacy
Cox, G. (2022). Ways of Machine Seeing as a Problem of Invisual Literacy. in: Dewdney, A. and Sluis, K. (ed.) The Networked Image in Post Digital Culture London Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group). pp. 102-113

Diagramming Aesthetic Programming
Cox, G. and Soon, W. (2021). Diagramming Aesthetic Programming. Dipoli Gallery, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland 14 Feb 2022

A Peer Reviewed Newspaper About Research Refusal
Cox, G. (2021). A Peer Reviewed Newspaper About Research Refusal. Digital Aesthetics Research Centre / Center for Digital Æstetikforskning.

Editorial: How To Refuse Research from The Ruins of Its Own Production
Cox, G. (2021). Editorial: How To Refuse Research from The Ruins of Its Own Production . APRJA. 10 (1), pp. 4-13. https://doi.org/10.7146/aprja.v10i1.128183

Affordances of the Networked Image
Cox, G., Dewdney, A., Dekker, A. and Sluis, K. (2021). Affordances of the Networked Image. The Nordic Journal of Aesthetics. 30 (61-62), pp. 40-45.

What is an Image?
Cox, G. and Soon, W. (2021). What is an Image? The Nordic Journal of Aesthetics. 30 (61-62), pp. 196-201.

Glossary
Cox, G. (2021). Glossary. Stages. 9.

Introduction: Ways of Machine Seeing
Azar, M., Cox, G. and Impett, L. (2021). Introduction: Ways of Machine Seeing. AI & Society: Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Communication. 36 (4), pp. 1093-1104. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00146-020-01124-6

Aesthetic Programming: A Handbook of Software Studies
Cox, G. and Soon, W (2020). Aesthetic Programming: A Handbook of Software Studies. London Open Humanities Press.

Exhibition-ism: Temporal Togetherness
Bal, M Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2020). Exhibition-ism: Temporal Togetherness . Berlin Sternberg Press.

Co-existence of Times: A conversation with John Akomfrah
Løgstrup, J and Akomfrah, J Cox, G. and Lund, J (ed.) (2020). Co-existence of Times: A conversation with John Akomfrah . Berlin Sternberg Press.

Before and After the Network - Editorial
Cox, G. and Andersen, C. U. (2020). Before and After the Network - Editorial. APRJA. 9 (1), pp. 4-7. https://doi.org/10.7146/aprja.v9i1.121484

The Contemporary Condition
Cox, G (2020). The Contemporary Condition. Sternberg Press.

Transmediale workshops and publications
Cox, G. (2020). Transmediale workshops and publications. transmediale/darc, aarhus university.

A Peer Reviewed Newspaper About_ Research Networks
Basu, S., Iscen, O.E., Wells, T., Ribas, C., Vasconcellos, G., Holt, R., Seitz, T., Bozzi, N., Kronman, L., Ochigame, R., Pacheco, J.P., Glushneva, I., Bi, W., Grundtmann, N., Lee, W.K., Schlüter, M., Dada, M., Tyzlik-Carver, M., Soon, W., Pold, S., Apprich, C., Neves, J, Cox, G. and Andersen, C.U. (2020). A Peer Reviewed Newspaper About_ Research Networks. Aarhus Aarhus University.

Time.Now
Cox, G. and Lund, J. Time.Now. in: Thylstrup, N.B., Agostinho, D, Ring, A., D’Ignazio, C. and Veel, K. (ed.) Uncertain Archives: Critical Keywords for Big Data MIT Press. pp. 523-531

Anachrony, Contemporaneity, and Historical Imagination
Lund, J. Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2019). Anachrony, Contemporaneity, and Historical Imagination. Berlin Sternberg Press.

The Last Resident
Gfader, Verina, Browne, V., Carson, R., Forsythe, W., Hsu, C., Kentridge, W., Mochu, Narula, M., Paul, P., Porsager, L., Raunig, G., Sif and Xie, L. Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2019). The Last Resident . Berlin Sternberg Press.

“100 Years of Now” and the Temporality of Curatorial Research
Von Schubert, O. Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2019). “100 Years of Now” and the Temporality of Curatorial Research . Berlin Sternberg Press.

A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About_ Machine Feeling
Azar, M., Breljak, A., De Carlo, M., Dada, M., Emsley, I., Stavning Erslev, M., Chavez Heras, D., Hollanek, T., Klein, M., Lee, R., Morgan, C., Ng, C., Pohflepp, S., Raskin, I., Roxanne, T., Uliasz, R., Wiehn, T., Zehner, B., Zeilinger, M. and Cox, G. (2019). A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About_ Machine Feeling. Aarhus University.

The Crackle of Contemporaneity
Cox, G, Nolan, R and Prior, A (2019). The Crackle of Contemporaneity. in: de Assis, P and Schwab, M (ed.) Futures of the Contemporary: Contemporaneity, Untimeliness, and Artistic Research Ghent Leuven University Press. pp. 97-114

Feeling, Failure, Fallacies - Editorial
Cox, G. and Anderson, C.U. (2019). Feeling, Failure, Fallacies - Editorial. A Peer Reviewed Journal About Machine Feeling. 8 (1). https://doi.org/10.7146/aprja.v8i1.115409

A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About_ Research Values
Andaluz, C.E., Azar, M., Bowden, C., Brain, T., Eriksson, M., Garrett, M., Hunger, F., Michelsen, L.L., Munn, L., Mylonaki, D., Nadal, M., Scheidt, K., Thornton, P., Tigas, P., Wong, A.L., Albrecht, K., Pinkrah, N.Y., Moll, J., Sebregondi, F. and Cox, G. (2018). A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About_ Research Values. Aarhus Asrhus University.

Vocable Code (13082018): A lecture-performance in six parts
Soon, W. and Cox, G. (2018). Vocable Code (13082018): A lecture-performance in six parts. Aarhus

Vocable Code
Soon, W. and Cox, G. (2018). Vocable Code. Cox, G., Drayson, H., Fatehrad, A., Gall, A. and Hopes, L. (ed.) Artistic Research Will Eat Itself: 9th SAR - International Conference on Artistic Research. Plymouth, UK 11 - 13 Apr 2018 Society for Artistic Research. pp. 251-258

(Micro)Politics of Algorithmic Music: Towards a Tactical Media Archaeology
Cox, G and Riis, M (2018). (Micro)Politics of Algorithmic Music: Towards a Tactical Media Archaeology. in: McLean, A and Dean, R (ed.) The Oxford Handbook on Algorithmic Music Oxford Oxford University Press. pp. 603-626

Hegel after Occupy
Bolt Rasmussen, M. Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2018). Hegel after Occupy . Berlin Sternberg Press.

On Writing a Literary History of the Contemporary: or What is, or was, “the Contemporary,” and should we keep calling it that?
Hutton, M-A. Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2018). On Writing a Literary History of the Contemporary: or What is, or was, “the Contemporary,” and should we keep calling it that? Berlin Sternberg Press.

RuntimeException(): Critique of Software Violence
Cox, G (2018). RuntimeException(): Critique of Software Violence. in: Tyzlik-Carver, M, Pritchard, H and Snodgrass, E (ed.) Executing Practices London Open Humanities Press. pp. 55-68

Most and Least of Research Value/s - Editorial
Cox, Geoff and Andersen, Christian Ulrik (2018). Most and Least of Research Value/s - Editorial. APRJA. 7 (1).

A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About_ Machine Research
Cox, G., Pold, S., Andersen, C.U., House, B., Gil-Fournier, A., Malevé, N., Hill, J., Jones, N., Skinner, S., Young, D., Herrie, M.B., Ganesh, M.I., Ridgway, R., Abbing, R.R., Monti, M., Menkman, R., Rasmussen, S., Rocha, J. and Garcen, S. (2017). A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About_ Machine Research. Aarhus Aarhus University.

Contemporary Research Intensive
Ambrožič, M., Birchall, M., Chaguidouline, A., Cox, G., Guastamacchia, N., Kølbæk Iversen, A., Juel Jepsen, C., Krysa, J., Lund, J., Løgstrup, J., Ricci, C., Salvaneschi, C., Schofield, J., Sheikh, S., Friis Sørensen, T., Tsampalla, S., Tsionki, M., Vettese, A. and Weir, A. Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2018). Contemporary Research Intensive . Berlin Sternberg Press.

The Contemporary Condition: Key Concepts
Lund, Jacob, Gfader, Verina, Iversen, Anne Kølbæk and Cox, Geoff (2017). The Contemporary Condition: Key Concepts. Stages. 6.

Machine Research - Editorial
Cox, G. and Andersen, C.U. (2017). Machine Research - Editorial. APRJA. 6 (1).

There Is No Now: An Archaeology of Contemporaneity
Ebeling, K. Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2017). There Is No Now: An Archaeology of Contemporaneity . Berlin Sternberg Press.

Notes on the Type, Time, Letters & Spirits
Sinister, D. Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2017). Notes on the Type, Time, Letters & Spirits. Berlin Sternberg Press.

Ways of Machine Seeing: An Introduction
Cox, G (2017). Ways of Machine Seeing: An Introduction. APRJA. 6 (1), pp. 8-15. https://doi.org/10.7146/aprja.v6i1.116007

Contemporary Conditions are Badly Known
Cox, G and Lund, J (2017). Contemporary Conditions are Badly Known. Acoustic Space. 16, pp. 93-100.

We Are Here, But Is It Now? (The Submarine Horizons of Contemporaneity)
Raqs Media Collective Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2017). We Are Here, But Is It Now? (The Submarine Horizons of Contemporaneity) . Berlin Sternberg Press.

The Delayed Present: Media-Induced Tempor(e)alities & Techno-traumatic Irritations of “the Contemporary”
Ernst, W. Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2017). The Delayed Present: Media-Induced Tempor(e)alities & Techno-traumatic Irritations of “the Contemporary” . Berlin Sternberg Press.

A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About_ Excessive Research
Cox, G., Andersen, C.U., Azar, M., Christou, E., Doran, A., Gansing, K., Velasco Gonzalez, P., Hansen, L.K., Jones, N., Krysa, J., Lautenschlaeger, G., Mann, L., Sollfrank, C., Sützl, W., Søndergaard, M.L.J., Topaloglu, C., Wark, S. and Zettel, T. (2016). A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About_ Excessive Research. Aarhus Aarhus University.

Ways of Machine Seeing
Cox, Geoff (2016). Ways of Machine Seeing.

Excessive Research - Editorial
Andersen, C.U. and Cox, G. (2016). Excessive Research - Editorial. APRJA. 5 (1), pp. 1-1.

A Slow, Contemporary Violence: Damaged Environments of Technological Culture
Parikka, J. Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2016). A Slow, Contemporary Violence: Damaged Environments of Technological Culture . Berlin Sternberg Press.

The Contemporary Composition
Smith, T. Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2016). The Contemporary Composition. Berlin Sternberg Press.

The Contemporary Condition: Introductory Thoughts on Contemporaneity and Contemporary Art
Cox, G and Lund, J Cox, G. and Lund, J. (ed.) (2016). The Contemporary Condition: Introductory Thoughts on Contemporaneity and Contemporary Art. Berlin Sternberg Press.

Writing the Live Coding Book
Blackwell, A, Cox, G and Lee, S. W (2016). Writing the Live Coding Book. Ogborn, David (ed.) International Conference on Live Coding 2016. Hamilton, Canada 12 - 15 Oct 2016 McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada International Conference on Live Coding.

Generator: the value of software art
Cox, Geoff Generator: the value of software art. in: Shanken, Edward A (ed.) Systems MIT Press. pp. 186-189

A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About_ Datafied Research
Cox, G., Rossiter, N., Ridgway, R., Charlton, J., Samson, A., Gallardo, F., Stoyanova, M., Soon, W., Olsen, L.M., Howe, D.C., Andersen, C.U. and Pold, S. (2015). A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About_ Datafied Research. Aarhus Aarhus University.

Crítica de la violencia software
Cox, G. (2015). Crítica de la violencia software. Concreta. 05, pp. 28-39.

Datafied Research - Editorial
Andersen, C.U. and Cox, G. (2015). Datafied Research - Editorial. APRJA. 4 (1).

Archiving the Databody: Human and Nonhuman Agency in the Documents of Erkki Kurenniemi
Cox, G., Malevé, N. and Murtaugh, M. (2015). Archiving the Databody: Human and Nonhuman Agency in the Documents of Erkki Kurenniemi. in: Krysa, J. and Parikka, J. (ed.) Writing and UnWriting Media (Art) History: Erkki Kurenniemi in 2048 Cambridge, Mass. MIT Press. pp. 125-142

Postscript on the Post-digital and the Problem of Temporality
Cox, G (2015). Postscript on the Post-digital and the Problem of Temporality. in: Dieter, M. and Berry, D. M. (ed.) Postdigital Aesthetics: Art, Computation and Design London Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 151-162

Real-time for Pirate Cinema
Cox, Geoff Janša, J. (ed.) (2015). Real-time for Pirate Cinema. Aksioma.

World in Motion: Films from the Collection of the Museum of Ordure
Cox, G., Brisley, S. and Balcioglu, M. (2014). World in Motion: Films from the Collection of the Museum of Ordure.

A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About_ Post-digital Research
Cox, G., Andersen, C.U., Allen, J., Bosma, J., Charlton, J., Chattopadhyay, B., Cramer, F., Fritsch, J., Gauthier, D., Jackson, R., Lawrie, M., Ludovico, A., Nolan, K., Papadopoulos, G., Philipsen, L., Pold, S., Riis, M., Snodgrass, E., Thomsen, B.M.S. and Soon, W. (2014). A Peer-reviewed Newspaper About_ Post-digital Research. Aarhus Aarhus University.

Paradoxical Values of Running Code / Paradoksalne wartosci kodu
Cox, G. (2014). Paradoxical Values of Running Code / Paradoksalne wartosci kodu. in: Krajewski, P. and Kutlubasis-Krajewska, V. (ed.) Pioneering Values WRO Foundation for Media Art. pp. 41-113

Occupying Public Networks
Cox, G. and Krysa, J. (2014). Occupying Public Networks. in: Mróz-Grygierowska, M. and Ekstrand, T. (ed.) Art Line Karlskrona Blekinge County Museum. pp. 182-184

Code for-itself
Cox, G. (2014). Code for-itself. in: Jones, N. and Skinner, S. (ed.) Torque #1 Link Editions. pp. 130-140

Post-Digital Research - Editorial
Andersen, C.U. and Cox, G. (2014). Post-Digital Research - Editorial. APRJA. 3 (1).

Not Just for Fun
Cox, G. and McLean, A. (2014). Not Just for Fun. in: Goriunova, Ol. (ed.) Fun and Software: Exploring Pleasure, Pain and Paradox in Computing London Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 157-173

01.01.CM: Collection of Museum of Ordure
Cox, G., Brisley, S. and Balcioglu, M. Cox, G. and Kokholm, M. (ed.) (2014). 01.01.CM: Collection of Museum of Ordure. Aarhus Antipyrine.

Prehistories of the Post-digital: or, some old problems with post-anything
Cox, Geoff (2014). Prehistories of the Post-digital: or, some old problems with post-anything. APRJA. 3 (1), pp. 71-75. https://doi.org/10.7146/aprja.v3i1.116087

Live Coding as a Model for Cultural Practice & Cultural-Epistemological Aspects of Live Coding
Cox, G. (2013). Live Coding as a Model for Cultural Practice & Cultural-Epistemological Aspects of Live Coding. Schloss Dagstuhl–Leibniz-Zentrum f"ur Informatik.

Researching BWPWAP: how can we save research from itself?
Andersen, C.U., Cox, G., Bazzichelli, T., Gansing, K. and Beverungen, A. (2013). Researching BWPWAP: how can we save research from itself? A Peer-Reviewed Journal About. 2, pp. 1-2.

Speaking Code: Coding as Aesthetic and Political Expression
Cox, G. and McLean, A. (2013). Speaking Code: Coding as Aesthetic and Political Expression. Cambridge, Mass. MIT Press.

Disrupting Business: art and activism in times of financial crisis
Cox, G and Bazzichelli, T (2013). Disrupting Business: art and activism in times of financial crisis. New York Autonomedia.

Notes on 120 days of *buntu
Cox, G. (2012). Notes on 120 days of *buntu. in: Vasiliev, D. and Savicic, G. (ed.) 120 days of *buntu Beaver Press. pp. 10-11

Alternatywy nie ma
Cox, G. (2012). Alternatywy nie ma. in: Krajewski, P. and Kutlubasis-Krajewska, Vi. (ed.) WRO 2011 Alternative Now Catalog Wroclaw WRO Foundation for Media Art.

In/Compatible Research - Editorial
Andersen, C.U. and Cox, G. (2012). In/Compatible Research - Editorial. 1, pp. 2-2.

Introduction/Einführung
Cox, G. (2012). Introduction/Einführung. in: David Link Berlin Hatje Cantz.

Virtual Suicide as Decisive Political Act
Cox, G. (2012). Virtual Suicide as Decisive Political Act. in: Sützl, W. and Hug, T. (ed.) Activist Media and Biopolitics Innsbruck University of Innsbruck Press. pp. 105-105

Praxis de la programmation: reconsidérer L’esthétique do code généneratif
Cox, G., McLean, A. and Ward, A. (2011). Praxis de la programmation: reconsidérer L’esthétique do code généneratif. in: Lartigaud, D-O. (ed.) Art++ HYX Editions.

Means-End of Software
Cox, G. (2011). Means-End of Software. in: Pold, S. and Andersen, C. (ed.) Interface Criticism Aarhus Universitetsforlag. pp. 145-145

Freedom, Control, Security: Current and Future Implications for Internet Governance
Cox, Geoff and Knahl, Martin (2011). Freedom, Control, Security: Current and Future Implications for Internet Governance. in: El Morr, Christo and Maret, Pierre (ed.) Virtual Community Building and the Information Society IGI Global. pp. 238-238

Critique of Software Security
Cox, G. and Knahl, M. (2011). Critique of Software Security. Rita Baum.

Nyhedsavisen: Public Interfaces
Cox, G. (2011). Nyhedsavisen: Public Interfaces. 1.

Concept Store #3: Art, Activism and Recuperation
Cox, G., Trevor, T. and Haq, N. (2010). Concept Store #3: Art, Activism and Recuperation. Arnolfini.

Antithesis: The Dialectics of Software Art
Cox, G. (2010). Antithesis: The Dialectics of Software Art.

Craftivism
Cox, Geoff, Shearman, Zoe and Coxon, Anne (2009). Craftivism. Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol 11 Dec 2009 - 13 Feb 2010

Concept Store #2: Possible, Probable and Preferable Futures
Cox, G., Berardi, F., Grussin, R., Ruiz, F., Grussin, G., Chong, H., Stockel, T., Dijkman, M., Roelstraate, D., Gane, M., Holder, Will, von Schlegell, M., Oldfield Ford, L., Ding, L., Vahabi, K. and Potter, C. Cox, G., Naq, N. and Trevor, T. (ed.) (2009). Concept Store #2: Possible, Probable and Preferable Futures. Arnolfini.

Supertoys
Cox, G., Haq, N. and Trevor, T. (2008). Supertoys. Arfolfini, Bristol, United Kingdom 21 Nov 2008 - 17 Jan 2009

Internet governance: Towards a non-representational democracy
Knahl, MH and Cox, G (2008). Internet governance: Towards a non-representational democracy. International Journal of Web Based Communities. 4, pp. 319-333. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJWBC.2008.019192

Generator: The Dialectics of Orderly Disorder
Cox, G (2002). Generator: The Dialectics of Orderly Disorder. ACM. pp. 45-49

Panel: Individual and/versus social creativity
Edmonds, E, Candy, L, Cox, G, Eisenstein, J, Fischer, G, Hughes, B and Hewett, T (1999). Panel: Individual and/versus social creativity. Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Creativity and Cognition, C and C 1999.

The Crackle of Contemporaneity
Cox, G., Nolan, R. and Prior, A. (2019). The Crackle of Contemporaneity. in: Schwab, M and de Assis, P (ed.) Futures of the Contemporary: Contemporaneity, Untimeliness, and Artistic Research Leuven University Press. pp. 97-114

Artistic Research Will Eat Itself
Cox, G. (2018). Artistic Research Will Eat Itself.

Making “World Machines”
Light, A., Bardzell, J., Bardzell, S., Cox, G., Fritsch, J. and Koefoed Hansen, L. Making “World Machines”. Aarhus Series on Human Centered Computing.

What Does Live Coding Know?
Cox, G. (2015). What Does Live Coding Know? Proceedings of the First International Conference on Live Coding.