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Where no collaboration is indicated, I am the sole author or editor by me. Peer-reviewed articles and chapters are noted as such.

Authored volumes

The Hard Matter of Abstraction - A Guidebook to Domination by Abstraction. Organon 1, V_____erlag für Handbücher, 2016.

Shit Tech for a Shitty World. Aksioma - Institute for Contemporary Art, 2016. 🔗 PDF on Aksioma

Edited volumes

Guerrilla Open Access, co-edited with Marcell Mars, Post Office Press & Memory of the World, 2018. 🔗 PDF and source files on Humanities Commons

Public Library, co-edited with Marcell Mars, What, How and for Whom/WHW & Multimedia Institute, 2015. 🔗 PDF on Memory of the World

Time and Incompletion: Images and Performances of Time in Late Capitalism, Co-edited with Goran Sergej Pristaš, BADco., 2014. 🔗 PDF on BADco.

Idea of Radical Media, co-edited with Petar Milat, Multimedia Institute & Arkzin, 2013. 🔗 PDF on Monoskop

Frakcija - Performing Arts Journal: Actionable Image - Agency of Image, Performance of Body, Apparatus of Spectating, co-edited with Ivana Ivković: no. 19, 2012. 🔗 PDF on BADco.

System.Hack() - Table of Contents, co-edited with Marcell Mars, Multimedia Institute, 2006. 🔗 PDF on Monoskop

Book chapters, peer-reviewd articles and public writing

Technology, ecology, capitalism

‘Degrowth’, co-authored with Mladen Domazet and Andro Rilović, in Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, Elsevier, 2019. [peer-reviewed]

‘Technologies for an Ecological Transition: A Faustian Bargain?’. Materialism and the Critique of Energy, edited by Brent Ryan Bellamy et al., M-C-M’ Press, 2018., 🔗 PDF on M-C-M’ Press [peer-reviewed], previously published as a working paper, Institute for Political Ecology, 2017. 🔗 PDF on IPE.

Shadow libraries, access to knowledge, hacktivism

‘Public Library and the Return of the Repressed: Memory of the World’, co-authored with Marcell Mars, in Stories and Threads: Perspectives on Art Archives, edited by Sara Buraya Boned, Jennifer Fitzgibbon, and Sezin Romi, L’Internationale Online, 2022, pp. 74-89. 🔗 PDF from L’Internationale Online

‘Local Maximum: On Popular Technical Pedagogy’, co-authored with Valeria Graziano and Marcell Mars, in Artistic Ecologies: New Compasses and Tools, edited by Emily Pethick, Pablo Martinez, and What, How & For Whom/WHW, Sternberg Press / What, How & for Whom/WHW, 2022, pp. 118–31.

‘When care needs piracy: the case for disobedience in struggles against imperial property regimes’, co-authored with Valeria Graziano and Marcell Mars, Soundings, 2021, vol. 77, pp. 55–70.

‘Pirate Care: Against the Crisis’, co-authored with Valeria Graziano and Marcell Mars, in …Of Bread, Wine, Cars, Security and Peace – Exhibition Catalog, Kunsthalle Wien & What, how and for Whom/WHW, 2020, pp. 103–09, 🔗 PDF from KHW’s website.

‘System of a Takedown: Control and De-Commodification in the Circuits of Academic Publishing’, co-authored with Marcell Mars, in Archives, edited by Andrew Lison, University of Minnesota Press &, 2019, pp. 47–68. [peer-reviewed]

‘Against Innovation: Compromised Institutional Agency and Acts of Custodianship’, co-authored with Marcell Mars, in Ephemera - Theory and Politics in Organisation, vol. 19, no. 2, May 2019, pp. 345–68. [peer-reviewed]

‘Learning from #Syllabus’, co-authored with Valeria Graziano and Marcell Mars, in State Machines: Reflections and Actions at the Edge of Digital Citizenship, Finance, and Art, edited by Yiannis Colakides, Mark Garrett, and Inte Gloerich, Institute for Network Cultures, 2019, pp. 115-128.

‘Knowledge Commons and Activist Pedagogies: From Idealist Positions to Collective Actions - Conversation with Marcell Mars and Tomislav Medak’. Learning in the Age of Digital Reason, edited by Petar Jandrić, SensePublishers, 2017, pp. 243–269.

‘Amateur Librarian - A Course in Critical Pedagogy‘, co-authored with Marcell Mars, Mondothèque :: A Radiated Book, Constant, 2016, pp. 48–56.

‘Taken Literally’, co-authored with Marcell Mars and Dubravka Sekulić, in We Need It - We Do It: Croatia at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition/La Biennale Di Venezia 2016, edited by Dinko Peračić et al., Platforma 9,81; POGON–Zagreb Centre for Independent Culture and Youth; Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka, 2016, pp. 228–35.

‘The Future After the Library: UbuWeb and Monoskop’s Radical Gestures’. Public Library, What, How and for Whom/WHW & Multimedia Institute, 2015, pp. 121–37. 🔗 PDF on Memory of the World

‘Death and Survival of Dead Labor’. Schlosspost, 8 Jan. 2016. 🔗

‘Hacking’. Truth Is Concrete: A Handbook for Artistic Strategies in Real Politics, edited by Florian Malzacher, Sternberg Press, 2014, pp. 267–68.

‘Open Source Paradigm in the Arts’. The Theatre, International Festival / Steirischer Herbst, 2007, pp. 87–89.

„System.Hack(1, “Broadcasting”,“Orson Welles - War of the Worlds”)“. System.Hack() - Table of Contents, Multimedia Institute, 2006, str. 49–54.

Theatre, art, cultural activism

‘In Praise of Bureaucracy’. L.P, Marko Ercegović / Office for Photography, 2017, pp. 55–58.

‘The Art, the Political Conjuncture, and the Left‘. Schlosspost, 7 Sept. 2016. 🔗

‘Bordering, Social Choreography & Transmodernity : Dance beyond Capitalist Modernity‘. A talk delivered at the Tanzkongress in Hannover, 2016.

‘Open Institutions and the Reform of the Cultural System’. Frakcija - Performing Arts Journal, no. 60–61, 2011, pp. 55–58.

‘Democracy Disassembled’. DemoKino - Virtual Biopolitical Agora, edited by Ivana Ivković and Janez Janša, Maska / Aksioma - Institute for Contemporary Art, 2006, pp. 135–40.

‘Energy and Emergence: On Some Problems of Contemporary Artistic Strategies’. Frakcija - Performing Arts Journal, no. 19, 2001, p. 16.

Social movements and politics

‘Civil Society and Political Work on the Left‘. A talk delivered at the conference Predicaments of the Left in Zagreb, 2013.


‘On Caring, MaMa, and Antinationalist Organization’, interview by niko mas, March 7, 2023,

‘Taking Care of Unconditional Solidarity’, interview by Hana Sirovica, March 8, 2020,

‘From Independent Cultural Work to Political Subjectivity’. The Art of Civil Action: Political Space and Cultural Dissent, edited by Philipp Dietachmair and Pascal Gielen, Valiz, 2017, pp. 207–27.