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Cornelia Sollfrank

is an artist, researcher and educator living in Berlin. Recurring subjects in her artistic and academic work within and about digital cultures are artistic infrastructures, forms of (political) self-organization, authorship and intellectual property, techno-feminist practice and theory. She was co-founder of the collectives women-and-technology, -Innen, Old Boys Network and #purplenoise, and currently is research associate at the University of the Arts in Zürich for the project ‘Creating Commons.’ Her recent book The Beautilful Warriors. Technofeminist Praxis in the 21st Century was published in October 2019 with minor compositions/Autonomedia, New York. More information at:
  • English
  • 2021
    Aesthetics of the Commons, Zürich, diaphanes
  • German
  • 2009
    expanded ORIGINAL. (Hg. von Sabine Himmelsbach), Ostfildern, Hatje Cantz
  • 2004 generator., Nürnberg, Verlag für moderne Kunst
  • digital media
  • discipline
  • contemporary art
  • artistic research
  • computer
  • Bologna Accord
  • artistic practice
  • computer science
  • art education
  • institution
  • aesthetics
  • education
  • digital culture
  • art