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Writing

Books

Ag, Tanya Toft (ed.), Digital Dynamics in Nordic Contemporary Art. Bristol: Intellect, 2018. Forthcoming.

What Urban Media Art Can Do, What Why When Where & How. Eds. Susa Pop, Tanya Toft, Nerea Calvillo, Mark Wright. Stuttgart: Avedition, 2016.

Articles

Ag, Tanya Toft. “Interfacing the Urban Contemporary: A Methodology of Curatorial Practice.” In Leonardo Electronic Almanac, special issue: Interfacing. (Accepted for publication spring 2018).

Ag, Tanya Toft. “On Radical Temporality in (Urban) Media Art.” In Other Possible Cinemas (eds. Lucas Bambozzi and Demetrio Portugal (São Paulo: AVXLab, 2018). (Accepted for publication spring 2018).

Ag, Tanya Toft. “Radical Rematerialisation: New Political Aesthetics in Contemporary Digital Art.” In Digital Dynamics in Nordic Contemporary Art. Ed. Tanya Toft Ag. Bristol: Intellect, 2018.

Toft, Tanya. “Art in the Intelligent City.” SCB Journal, October 2017.

Toft, Tanya. “Disobedience – What Urban Media Art Brings to Digital Placemaking.” In Media Architecture Compendium: Digital Placemaking. Eds. Luke Hespanhol, Hank M. Häusler, Martin Tomitsch, Gernot Tscherteu (Stuttgart: av edition, 2017).

Toft, Tanya. “What Urban Media Art Can Do”. In Susa Pop, Tanya Toft, Nerea Calvillo and Mark Wright (eds.), What Urban Media Art Can Do: Why When Where & How? Stuttgartav edition, 2016.

Toft, Tanya. “The Dogma of New Media Art in Stockholm.” CoCAin 04-Review of Contemporary Art Centers & Museum (2013): 50-55.

Conference Proceedings

Toft, Tanya Søndergaard. “Media-Aesthetic Expressions of Sympathy: The Projections of Le Tricolore.” ISEA2016 Proceedings, Hong Kong, 2016.

Toft, Tanya Søndergaard. “Shadow Affect in Urban Digital Post Screen Art.” POST-SCREEN: Device, Medium and Concept, Lisbon: Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade de Lisboa, 2014.

Toft, Tanya Søndergaard. “Humanizing Architecture: The Urban Digital Gallery.” In Proceedings of the 2nd Media Architecture Biennale Conference: World Cities, eds. Martin Brynskov, Peter Dalsgaard, Ava Fatah, S. B. Pold, Marcus Foth. ACM New York (2014): 79-84.

Toft, Tanya Søndergaard. “Screen Practice in Curating: The Medium Paradox.” Screen City Journal 4 (2014).

Toft, Tanya Søndergaard. “Towards geospatial cultural planning: Strategies for local cultural innovation with locative new media art.” ISEA2011 Istanbul Conference Proceedings 18.4. Eds. Lanfranco Aceti and Ozden Sahin. Leonardo Electronic Almanac (2011).

Toft, Tanya Søndergaard. “Ephemeral City: The cultural logics of temporary urban environments.” Cities Without Limits proceedings: EURA Conference 2011 (2011).

Toft, Tanya Søndergaard. “Revitalization from the bottom-up: Cultural Micro Planning With New Media.” Interdisciplinary Themes Journal 3.1 (2011).

Toft, Tanya Søndergaard. “Social Media as Strategic Media Tools for Local Community Development.” MediaCity: Interaction of Architecture, Media and Social Phenomena. Eds Jens Geelhaar, Frank Eckardt, Bernd Rudulf, Sabine Zierold, Michael Markert. Bauhaus University Weimar, 2010. 431-446.

Curatorial Texts

Ag, Tanya Toft. “Migrating Stories.” Curatorial article for Screen City Biennial, 2017.

Ag, Tanya Toft. “Digital DiverCitizen,” “Digital DiverSociety,” “Digital DiverSystems,” Digital DiverCities,” introductory texts to four book chapters in Digital DiverCities Booklet. Berlin: Public Art Lab, 2017.

Toft, Tanya. “Digital Afterimage.” SP Urban Digital Festival, curatorial essay. November 7-December 7, 2014.

Toft, Tanya. “Digital Citizen.” SP Urban Digital Festival, curatorial essay. November, 2013.

Toft, Tanya Søndergaard. “Renewing Destruction As Critical Engagement.” Letters from the Field, exhibition catalog, August 22-26. Berlin: Node Center for Curatorial Studies (2012).

Toft, Tanya. “Voyage to the Virtual.” Voyage to the Virtual, exhibition curatorial essay. January 23-April 4, New York City: Scandinavia House, 2011. www.virtualvoyage.org

Larsen, Johanne Hesseldahl; Toft, Tanya Søndergaard. “Gated Communities – Stranger Danger.” Urban Media Lab: Strangers. Ed. Jessica Blaustein. New York: The New School, 2010.