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  • Rasmussen, S. & Frich, J. (forthcoming): Defining Design Events. In proceedings of NordiCHI'18, Oslo, Norway.
  • Fritsch, E. & Fritsch, J. (forthcoming, submitted for review): Anarchival Practices across Design and Anthropology. Book chapter submitted for ANARCHIVE anthology, Open Humanities Press.
  • Rasmussen, S., Thomsen, B. M. S., Fritsch, J. (forthcoming, submitted for review): "Machines for Anarchival Becoming".  Book chapter submitted for ANARCHIVE anthology, Open Humanities Press.
  • Fritsch, J. (in press): "An Eco-logic of Urban Interactive Environments". Book chapter in Immediations anthology, Open Humanities Press.
  • Thomsen, B.M.S.: Lars von Trier’s Renewal of Film. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.
  • Fritsch, J. (forthcoming, accepted): "Affective Interaction Design at the End of the World". In proceedings of the Design Research Society (DRS) Conference in Limerick, Ireland.


  • Samson, K.: "Encuentros: Urbanismo Afectivo". In Santiago Babylon, José Abásolo (ed.). Santiago, Chile: AriztiaBooks, pp. 118-149.
  • Fritsch, J., Kofoed, J. and Reestorff, C.M. (forthcoming): "Affective Politics and Strategic Cyberbullying in Donald Trump’s Tweets”. In Conjunction. Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation (proposed special issue on affect and social media, following the conference ‘Affect and social media’, in London, May 25).
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (forthcoming). “Affective Activism and Political Secularism: The Unending Body in the Femen Movement”, Graham Meikle (ed.). In Routledge Companion to Media and Activism. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Rasmussen, S.: "Imagining Probabilities, Imagining Possibilities: Machinic Pattern Recognition". In A Peer-Reviewed Newspaper: Machine Research, Vol. 6, issue 1, Digital Aesthetics Research Centre, Aarhus University, transmediale, and Constant Association for Art and Media.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M.: Culture War: Affective Cultural Politics, Tepid Nationalism and Art Activism. Bristol and Chicago: Intellect Press.
  • Kofoed, J. (forthcoming): "Temporal ephemerality, persistent affectivity : Circulation of intimacies on Snapchat". In Mediated intimacies: Connectivities relationalities and proximities. Rikke Andreassen; Michael Nebeling Petersen; Katherine Harrison; Tobias Raun (eds). London  Routledge.
  • Markussen, T. (forthcoming) "Disentangling the ‘Social' in Social Design”. In Journal of Co-Design, special issue on Co-Design and the Public Realm.
  • Reestorff, C.M. and Stage, C. (forthcoming). “Affekt og Medieteori”. In Medieteori, Palle S. Lauritsen and Erik Svendsen (eds.). Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur.
  • Thomsen, B.M.S. (in press): “The Automata of Movement - Immediations of Memory in Hu Jieming’s The Remnants of Images (2013)”; in Erin Manning, Anna Munster, Bodil Marie Stavning Thomsen (eds.): Immediations. Open Humanities Press.
  • Fritsch, J. (forthcoming, accepted under review): "An Eco-logic og Urban Interactive Environments". Book chapter in Immediations anthology, Open Humanities Press.
  • Reestorff, C.M. (forthcoming). “The Politics of Shame and Guilt: Governing Affects in the Face of Suffering”. In Journal of Aesthetics and Culture.



  • Reestorff, Camilla M. and Carsten Stage: “New Media Crowds and the Participatory Politics of Trolling in Innocence of Muslims and Happy British Muslims”, Henrik Kaare Nielsen et al. (eds.). In The Democratic Public Sphere. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.
  • Andreasen, T.: "Arkivets Pleroma : Et løfte om lykke”. In K&K, Vol. 44, Nr. 121, pp. 153-170.
  • Thomsen, B.M.S.: “Storbyens elektriske ledninger og ladninger: Androidens funktion i Fritz Langs Metropolis”. Lasse Gammelgaard, Birgitte Rasmussen Hornbek, Henrik Jørgensen og Lis Norup:  Gaden: æstetisk, sprogligt, kulturelt. Spring: Aarhus. (p. 166-178).
  • Andreasen, T.: "Foucault som tænker af teknologien”. In Agora, Nr. 4-1, pp. 83-100.
  • Samson, K., Bertelsen, L. and Baunkilde, M.: "Sensitiv urbanitet: Fra arkitektonisk planlægning til foldningernes by". In Periskop, Vol 2016, no. 16.
  • Kofoed, J. and Larsen, M.C.: "A snap of intimacy: photo-sharing practices among young people on social media. In First Monday (Chicago), Vol. 21, Nr. 11.
  • Markussen, T., Knutz, E. and Lenskjold, T.: ”Design activism as a new method for inquiring into mixed emotions in uncomfortable social interaction”. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Design & Emotion. Amsterdam.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M.: “Danskhedens affektive mulighedsrum: Grænsekontrol og kulturkamp på Facebook”. In Passage. 76, s. 93-114.
  • Thomsen, B.M.S.: Lars von Triers fornyelse af filmmediet 1984-2014. Signal, Pixel, Diagram. Museum Tusculanum Press: København (384 pages). Lars von Triers fornyelse af filmmediet 1984-2014. Signal, Pixel, Diagram. Museum Tusculanum Press: København (384 pages).
  • Grönvall, E., Fritsch, J. & Vallgårda, A.: “FeltRadio - Sensing and Making Sense of Wireless Traffic". In Proceedings of DIS’16, Brisbane, Australia, pp. 829-840. Honorable Mention Award.
  • Thomsen, B.M.S.: “Disembodying Data and Rematerialising Technology”. In Booklet to Dreams Rewired, a film by Manu Luksch, Martin Reinhart & Thomas Tode. Amour Fou Vienna. (5 pages).
  • Fritsch, J., Grönvall, E., Breinbjerg, M.: ”Analyzing the Aesthetics of Participation of Media Architecture". In Proceedings of MAB’16, Sydney, Australia




  • Thomsen, B.M.S.: “Affective Attunements in the Field of Catastrophe”. Interview with Erin Manning and Brian Massumi  by Joans Fritsch og Bodil Marie Stavning Thomsen. In Brian Massumi: Politics of Affect. Polity Press: Camden, UK & Malden, MA, USA. (p. 112-146)
  • Thomsen, B.M.S.: “At sanse sin perception”. In Erik Exe Christoffersen og Kathrine Wilkelhorn (red.): Skønhedens hotel. Hotel Pro Forma. Et laboratorium for scenekunst. Aarhus Universitetsforlag (p. 109-120).
  • Thomsen, B.M.S.: “Interface Screenings. Integrations of the Body according to New Diagrams for Visual Mapping”. In Transvisuality, Vol II. Tore Kristensen, Anders Michelsen & Frauke Wiegand (eds.). Liverpool University Press: Liverpool (p. 162-175).
  • Thomsen, B.M.S.: “Deterritorializing Language – Shift, Mix, Trace and Express”. In Inflexions no. 8 on 'Radical Pedagogies'. Edited by Gerko Egert, Ilona Hongisto, Michael Hornblow, Katve-Kaisa Kontturi, Mayra Morales, Ronald Rose-Antoinette, Adam Szymanski. http://www.inflexions.org/radicalpedagogy/main.html