Two New Pieces

This month I have a new essay, “Museum of Malware,” in the fortieth issue of Mousse. Discussed: viruses, electronic and biological; World of Warcraft; Stuxnet; a YouTube channel devoted to demoing obsolete viruses; and the possibility of instituting a museum devoted malware.

Also new: I speak with writer Hunter Braithwaite and artist Domingo Castillo in the latest issue of Miami Rail, a fine new publication operating along the lines of its Brooklyn ancestor.

A Very Short Update

Things that are happening or have happened or will happen include:

Starring Sigmund Freud is screening as part of the Rotterdam International Film Festival’s 2013 Spectrum Shorts program. The exact times can be found here.

In Istanbul most of How to Tell a Story is on view in a group exhibition at Depo. Appropriately, the exhibition is titled “How to Tell a Story.” It closes February 17.

Online, Frieze writer Mark Beasley was kind enough to list my book, A Report on the City, as one of highlights of 2012. Very kind of him, I think. An ebook, hopefully, will be available soon.

And next week there will be an online residency on a website called Morning Drawing Residency. Details to come as the posts and drawings appear.