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February 21, 2015
Pictoplasma: White Noise, Eduardo Navas Interviewed on Remix and Sampling
, for the exhibition Pictoplasma: White Noise, curated by Lars Denicke and Peter Thaler, which took place at La Casa Encendida, Madrid Spain from May 23, to September 8, 2013.

January 30, 2015
A Modular Framework: Beyond Tautological History
, written for the exhibition A Modular Framework, which took place at the Cultural Center of Spain in El Salvador, November 9 – December 17, 2010.

January 19, 2015
Art Packets & Cultural Politics: A brief reflection on the work of Joelle Dietrick and Owen Mundy
, art catalogue for various exhibitions

October 26, 2013
Three Junctures of Remix
, art catalog for exhibit at gallery@calit2, which took place from January 17 to March 15, 2013

November 30, 2012
Collaboration as Process in the Exhibiting and Public Space
. text was commissioned for the Publication Future Exhibitions, Swedish Traveling Exhibitions, published in January 2010. It is released as the third and last in a series of texts that were written during and after my residency for The  Swedish Traveling Exhibitions in 2009.

August 20, 2012
Code Switching: Artists and Curators in Networked Culture

Second text for my residency at The Swedish Traveling Exhibitions, which took place during October and November of 2009, available in English.  Previously released here in Swedish on March 2010 (see below).

July 18, 2012
When the Action Leaves the Museum: New Approaches to the Exhibition as a Tool of Communication

First text for my residency at The Swedish Traveling Exhibitions during October and November of 2009, available in English. Previously released her ein Swedish on March 2010 (see below).

March 8, 2010
Two new texts I wrote for my residency at the Swedish Traveling Exhibitions during October and November of 2009 have been released in Swedish in the Magazine Spana! These texts will be released in English at a later time.

First text: “Händelsernas centrum bortom museet: Ett nytt synsätt gentemot utställningen som kommunikationsverktyg” (“When the Action Leaves the Museum: New Approaches to the Exhibition as a Tool of Communication”)

Second text: “Ombytta roller: Konstnärer och curatorer i kulturellt nätverkande” (“Code Switching: Artists and Curators in Networked Culture”)

January 15, 2009
Interview: Scalable City: Interview with Sheldon Brown, by Eduardo Navas. This interview was commissioned by gallery@calit2 for the exhibition “Scalable City”. Exhibition dates: Thursday, Oct. 23, 2008 – Monday, Dec. 15, 2008

August 26, 2008
Text: On Distributed Social Cinema and the Nano Market, written for the exhibition SPECFLIC 2.6 and Particles of Interest: Installations by Adriene Jenik and *particle group*, at gallery@calit2, from August 6 to October 3, 2008. The text outlines how dematerialization is at play in contemporary life, and how it might be at play in the not so far future. The text complements interviews with Adriene Jenik and *particle group*, also for the same exhibition. Text and interviews by Eduardo Navas

April 25, 2008
“Exposure” A Video Installation, by Marie Sester, and Marie Sester Interview: Access, Transparency and Visibility in “Exposure”, both by Eduardo Navas. The text and interview were written for the exhibition “Exposure” A Video installation About Surveillance Pre-9/11 by Marie Sester, at gallery@calit2, on view from April 10 to June 6, 2008.

February 20, 2008
Text and Interview for the Exhibition “An 8-bit Moment in Gameplay,”
by Eduardo Navas. Mary Flanagan’s interview and text about [giantJoytick] for the exhibition by the same title, on view at gallery@calit2, from February 4 to March 17, 2008.

May 29, 2007
The Latency of the Moving Image in New Media
, by Eduardo Navas. Essay written for an exhibition by the same name, shown at Telic Arts Exchange, Los Angeles, May 25 to June 16, 2007. Also archived in remixtheory as post 190

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