Simposio Biomediaciones. Festival Internacional de Artes Electrónicas y Video, Transitio_MX 05

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En el marco del Festival Internacional de Artes Electrónicas y Video Transitio_MX 05, el Simposio Biomediaciones contextualiza críticamente las prácticas artísticas, atendiendo a la idea de que aquello que actualmente llamamos “vida” se constituye a través de procesos históricos de (bio)mediación. El arte con nuevas tecnologías responde a la compleja problemática de cómo “la vida” se conceptualiza, se produce y se resiste en las prácticas y los discursos dominantes de la tecnociencia. A partir de cuestionamientos tales como: ¿Cómo puede el arte abordar, de un modo crítico y responsable, la composición mutua de vida, violencia y muerte? ¿De qué manera puede el arte contribuir a la creación de nuevas biomediaciones basadas en la solidaridad y la colaboración, a contracorriente de una cultura individualista y extractiva?, el Simposio Biomediaciones se propone situar el potencial crítico y creativo de la investigación en arte y tecnología a través de un encuentro entre la filosofía contemporánea, la teoría cultural, la biología, el arte y la investigación social de los problemas concretos que actualmente plantean los procesos de biomediación en México y el mundo. Serie producida en 2013.

Enlaces

Álvaro Rodriguez Tirado:
http://transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=16
http://consejomexicano.org/index.php/en/comexi/asociados/amigos/1031-alvaro-rodriguez-tirado-estrategia-total-ac
http://www.milenio.com/cultura/cumplen-anos-Centro-Nacional-Artes_15_214328575.html
http://mx.linkedin.com/pub/alvaro-rodr%C3%ADguez-tirado/6/34b/3b4
http://www.informador.com.mx/cultura/2013/444723/6/alvaro-rodriguez-delinea-plan-de-trabajo-al-frente-del-cenart.htm
http://www.conaculta.gob.mx/detalle-nota/?id=25554#.Uv0ruoU98QU

Benjamín Mayer Foulkes:
http://transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=17
https://www.facebook.com/benjamin.m.foulkes
http://17edu.org/xvi-coloquio/41-extension-academica/semblanzas/85-benjamin-mayer-foulkes
http://riie.iztacala.unam.mx/miembnacional_riie.php
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdgzAL3oW4I
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_yeP-XIwe0
http://www.youtube.com/user/17instituto
http://www.ripac.com.mx/profile/BenjaminMayerFoulkes

Francisco Vergara:
http://transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=15
http://132.248.110.144/~parentalidad/

Joanna Zylinska:
http://www.joannazylinska.net/video-and-podcast/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqL51V5C6kQ
http://www.joannazylinska.net/
http://transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=19
http://www.samkinsley.com/2013/02/12/zylinska-ethics-mediation/
http://culturemachinepodcasts.podbean.com/2013/03/12/life-after-new-media-sarah-kember-and-joanna-zylinska/
http://www.slideshare.net/yierva/conferencia-tica-mnima-de-dra-joanna-zylinska

José Luis Vera:
http://transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=14
http://enahperfilacademico.blogspot.mx/2011/09/jose-luis-vera-cortes.html
http://www.aztecanoticias.com.mx/notas/entretenimiento/90035/enah-nombra-a-jose-luis-vera-cortes-como-director
http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2012/01/13/cultura/a04n1cul
http://www.levante-emv.com/comunitat-valenciana/2008/11/09/jose-luis-vera-casos-fabra-danan-credibilidad-justicia-sociedad/517218.html
http://congreso.cuerpodescifrado.com/p/blog-page_7516.html

Monika Bakke:
http://www.transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=12
http://vimeo.com/63143902
http://amu.academia.edu/MonikaBakke
http://mutamorphosis.wordpress.com/2009/02/24/monika-bakke/
http://noiselab.com/tag/monica-bakke/
http://www.artisttalk.eu/artists/monika-bakke/

Rodrigo Alonso:
http://transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=13
http://www.cic.edu.ar/blog/extension-cultural/rodrigo-alonso-en-el-ciclo-de-conferencias-sobre-curaduria-del-cic/
http://www.maestriaendiseno.com/docentesonline.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_HPoLh161A
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9ulX59Y5lE
http://www.youtube.com/user/proawebtv?feature=watch
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=803vSYvDVbg
http://www.roalonso.net/es/curaduria/curaduria.php
http://blogs.lanacion.com.ar/arte/arte-internacional/trastienda-de-buenos-aires-3/
http://www.proa.org/esp/news-nota.php?id=90

Publicaciones

Benjamín Mayer Foulkes:
• Título El compacto sexual: un libro
Autores Joan Copjec, Benjamín Mayer Foulkes, Alejandro Cerda Rueda
Editor Paradiso editores, 2011
ISBN 6079553120, 9786079553128
No de páginas 161 páginas
• Título Ateologías
Autores Benjamín Mayer Foulkes, Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (México) Dirección
Editor Conaculta, 2006
ISBN 9709222694, 9789709222692
No de páginas 346 páginas
• Título Becky Guttin
Autores Louis Carlos Emrich, Benjamín Mayer Foulkes
Editor Grupo Attie, 1998
No de páginas 19 páginas
General de Publicaciones
Colección Estancias

Francisco Vergara:
2012
• Espinosa-Matías, S, F. Vergara-Silva, S. Vázquez-Santana, E. Martínez-Zurita, y J. Márquez-Guzmán. 2012. Complex patterns of morphogenesis, embryology and reproduction in Triuris brevistylis, a species of Triuridaceae (Pandanales) closely
• related to Lacandonia schismatica. Botany, 90(11): 1133-1151.

2011
• Englund, M, A. Carlsbecker, P. Engström, y F. Vergara-Silva. 2011. Morphological ‘primary homology’ and expression of AG-subfamily MADS-box genes in pines, podocarps, and yews. Evolution and Development, 13(2): 171-181.
• Groth, E, K. Tandre, P. Engström, y F. Vergara-Silva. 2011. Agamous subfamily MADS-box genes and the evolution of seed cone morphology in Cupressaceae and Taxodiaceae. Evolution and Development, 13(2): 159-170.
• López-Beltrán, C, y F.Vergara-Silva. 2011. El molde político del genoma mexicano: la ciencia nacionalista de INMEGEN. 219-263. En: J. Muñoz-Rubio (ed.). La Evolución humana. Biología, política, racismo. UNAM. Distrito Federal, México. 278 pp.
• López-Beltrán, C, y F. Vergara-Silva. 2011. Genómica Nacional: el INMEGEN y el genoma del mestizo. 99-142. En: C. López-Beltrán (ed.). Genes (&) mestizos. Genómica y raza en la biomedicina mexicana. Ficticia Editorial. Distrito Federal, México. 358 pp.
• Nicolalde-Morejón, F, J. González-Astorga, F. Vergara-Silva y A. P. Vovides. 2011. Perspectivas sistemáticas de Zamia (Zamiaceae) en Megaméxico: De la taxonomía alfa a los códigos de barras genéticos. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad, 82(2): 341-355.
• Nicolalde-Morejón, F, F. Vergara-Silva, J. González-Astorga, D. W. Stevenson, A. P. Vovides, y V. Sosa. 2011. A character-based approach in the Mexican cycads supports diverse multigene combinations for DNA barcoding. Cladistics-The International Journal of The Willi Hennig Society, 27(2): 150-164.
• Rudall, P. J, J. Hilton, F. Vergara-Silva, y R. M. Bateman. 2011. Recurrent abnormalities in conifer cones and the evolutionary origins of flower-like structures. Trends in Plant Sciences, 16(3): 151-159.

2010
• Cabrera-Toledo, D, J. González-Astorga, F. Nicolalde-Morejón, F. Vergara-Silva y A. P. Vovides. 2010. Allozyme diversity levels in two congeneric Dioon spp. (Zamiaceae, Cycadales) with contrasting rarities. Plant Systematics and Evolution, 290(4): 115-125.

• Vergara-Silva, F, C. López-Beltrán. 2010. Das „mexikanische Genom“ – ein Paradox. http://www.gen-ethisches-netzwerk.de/gid/197/vergara-silva/mexikanische-genom%E2%80%9C-paradox

2009
• Nicolalde-Morejon, F, F. Vergara-Silva, J. Gonzalez-Astorga, A. Vovides y A. Espinosa de los Monteros. 2009. Reciprocal illumination of morphological characters upon a molecular hypothesis supports the proposal of a new species of cycad from Mexico. Systematics and Biodiversity, 7(1): 73-79.
• Prenner, G, F. Vergara-Silva y P. Rudall. 2009. The key role of morphology in modelling inflorescence architecture. Trends in Plant Sciences, 14(6): 302-309.
• Vergara-Silva, F, R. G. Winther. 2009. Systematics, Darwinism, and the Philosophy of Science. Acta Biotheoretica, 57(1): 1-3.
• Vergara-Silva, F. 2009. Pattern cladistics and the realism-antirealism debate in the philosophy of biology. Acta Biotheoretica, 57(1): 269-294.
• Vergara-Silva, F. 2009. Editorial: From a Biological Point of View. Acta Biotheoretica, 57(1): 163-169.
• Vergara-Silva, F. 2009. What did you really do, Charlie?. http://ciencias.jornada.com.mx/ciencias/investigacion/ciencias-quimicas-y-de-la-vida/investigacion/bfwhat-did-you-really-do-charlie
• Vergara-Silva, F, R. G. Winther. 2009. Symposium Isuue: Systematics, Darwinism, and the Philosophy of Science (Mexico City, 8-9 November 2006). Primera. Springer Press. Dordrecht, Holanda. 57(1): 305 pp.
• Vergara-Silva, F. 2009. La homeosis y la macroevolucion: una perspectiva critica. 421-435. En: J. J. Morrone y P. Magaña (eds.). Evolución biológica. Una visión actualizada. Facultad de Ciencias, UNAM. Cd. Universitaria, México. 621 pp.

2008
• Gonzalez-Astorga, J, F. Vergara-Silva, A. P. Vovides, F. Nicolalde-Morejon, D. Cabrera-Toledo y M. A. Perez-Farrera. 2008. Diversity and genetic structure of three species of Dioon Lindl. (Zamiaceae, Cycadales) from the Pacific seaboard of Mexico. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 94(4): 765-776.
• Vergara Silva, F. 2008. Codigos de barras de la biodiversidad. El Faro, UNAM, 82: 12.

2007

• Flores-Olvera, H, F. Vergara-Silva. 2007. El legado de Linneo. El Faro, UNAM, 78(78): 10-11. Vazquez-Lobo, A, A. Carlsbecker, F. Vergara-Silva, E. R. Álvarez-Buylla, D. Piñero y P. Engström. 2007. Characterization of the expression patterns of Leafy/Floricaula and neddly orthologues in female and male cones of the conifer genera Picea, Podocarpus and Taxus: implications for current evo-devo hypotheses for gymnosperms. Evolution and Development, 9(5): 446-459.

Joanna Zylinska:
2013
• ‘Inventing Well: Creativity, Biology and Life’, in Dmitry Bulatov (ed.) Evolution Haute Couture: Art and Science in the Post-Biological Age (Kaliningrad: National Centre for Contemporary Arts). [book chapter, in English and Russian; early version of material subsequently reworked into ch 7 of Life After New Media]
• ‘The Culture of Blogging: At the Crossroads of Narcissisim and Ethics’, in Nick Couldry, Mirca Madianou and Amit Pinchevski (eds) Ethics of Media (Basingstoke: Palgrave) [reprint of section of ch 3 from my Bioethics in the Age of New Media]
• ‘Evolution May Be Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts, But It’s Not All That Great: On Lem’s Summa Technnologiae’ in Stanislaw Lem, Summa Technnologiae, trans. Joanna Zylinska (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press).
• ‘Will You Ever Go Back?’, in Marta Rabikowska (ed.) The Everyday of Memory: Transition and Culture in Post-Communist Societies (New York: Peter Lang) [photography project accompanied by a short text]
• ‘Bioethics Otherwise, or, How to Live with Machines, Humans, and Other Animals’, in Tom Cohen (ed.) Telemorphosis: Theory in the Era of Climate Change, v. 1 (Open Humanities Press). A Polish translation of this article came out in Teksty Drugie, a major Polish journal of literary and cultural theory published by the Polish Academy of Sciences, in 2013.
• Transitio_MX 05 Biomediaciones: Entrevista con Joanna Zylinska, Codigo (Mexico, in Spanish) Andrew Illiadis (2013) An interview with Joanna Zylinska in the Canadian journal Figure/Ground Communication Caroline Bem and Rafico Ruiz (2011) ‘Universities, Futures: A Roundtable with Darin Barney, Andrew Piper, and Joanna Zylinska’, Seachange (international journal based at McGill University), special issue Choice.

2012
• Life after New Media: Mediation as a Vital Process (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press) (with Sarah Kember)

2010
• Technology and Cultural Form: A Liquid Reader (Open Humanities Press; Liquid Books series) – online open-access book collaboratively edited with students from Goldsmiths’ MA Digital Media, supported with a grant from the Higher Education Academy’s Art-Design-Media Subject Centre
• ‘Creative Media’ (co-edited with Sarah Kember) Culture Machine. Vol. 11.
• ‘On Bad Archives, Unruly Snappers and Liquid Photographs’, Photographies, vol. 3, issue 2, August, pp. 139-153.
• ‘Playing God, Playing Adam: The Politics and Ethics of Enhancement’, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Vol. 7, No 2, pp. 149-161.
• ‘I Don’t Go to the Movies’, Culture Machine, Vol. 11, non-pag.
• ‘Creative Media between Invention and Critique, or What’s Still at Stake in Performativity’ (with Sarah Kember), Culture Machine, Vol. 11, non-pag.

2009
• Bioethics in the Age of New Media (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press)
• ‘A Body that Looks for Other Bodies to Exist: Orlan’s Prosthetic Gifts’ and (co-authored with Sarah Kember)’ ‘Creative Media: Performance, Invention, Critique’, in Maria Chatzichristodoulou [aka Maria X], Janis Jefferies and Rachel Zerihan (eds) Interfaces of Performance (Aldergate: Ashgate).
• ‘Is There Life in Cybernetics?: Designing a Posthumanist Bioethics’, in Rosi Braidotti, Claire Colebook and Patrick Hanafin (eds) Law After Deleuze (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).
• ‘You Killed Barack Obama, 2008’, Journal of Visual Culture, vol. 8 no 2, p. 190 [image and text]. (2007) ‘Of Swans and Ugly Ducklings: Bioethics between Humans, Animals and Machines’, Reality Made Over, part II, special issue of the journal Configurations edited by Bernadette Wegenstein, Vol. 14 No 2 (Spring), pp. 125-150.

2007
• Imaginary Neighbors: Mediating Polish-Jewish Relations after the Holocaust (co-edited with Dorota Glowacka) (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press). Paperback edition 2010.
• ‘Introduction: Imaginary Neighbors: Toward an Ethical Community’ (with Dorota Glowacka), in Imaginary Neighbors: Mediating Polish-Jewish Relations after the Holocaust, eds Dorota Glowacka and Joanna Zylinska (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press).
• ‘“Who Is My Neighbor?”: Ethics under Duress’, in Imaginary Neighbors: Mediating Polish-Jewish Relations after the Holocaust, eds Dorota Glowacka and Joanna Zylinska (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press).
• ‘“Nourished … on the Irremediable Differend of Gender”: Lyotard’s Sublime’, in Lyotard and Gender, ed. Margret Grebowicz (Albany: SUNY Press).
• The Secret of Life: Bioethics between Corporeal and Corporate Obligations’, Cultural Studies, Vol. 21, No 1, pp. 95-117. A German translation of this article was published in the special issue of the journal Paragrana: Internationale Zeitschrift für Historische Anthropologie, Medien – Kőrper – Imagination, eds Mark Poster and Christoph Wulf, 17.1‘ (2008).

2006
• ‘The Ethics of Cultural Studies’, in New Cultural Studies: Adventures in Theory, eds Clare Birchall and Gary Hall (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press).

2005
• The Ethics of Cultural Studies (London and New York: Continuum)

2004
• ‘Cultural Studies is/in Deconstruction’ (co-edited with Dave Boothroyd and Gary Hall), Culture Machine. Vol. 6.
• Mediating Murder: Ethics, Trauma and the Price of Death’, Journal for Cultural Research, 8:3 (July), pp. 227-246.
• ‘The Universal Acts: Judith Butler and the Biopolitics of Immigration’, Cultural Studies, 18.4 (July), pp. 524-539. A shorter version of this article has been published on The Signs of the Times website on 12.04.2005, under the title ‘The Bio-politics of Immigration’.
• ‘Guns N’Rappers: “Moral Panics” and the Ethics of Cultural Studies’, Culture Machine vol. 6, non-pag.

2003
• ‘Talking Heads: an Interview with Stelarc’ (with G. Hall), specially commissioned by the Live Art Letters to coincide with Stelarc’s robotic performance, Anatomical Exoskeleton, June.

2002
• ‘The Ethico-Political Issue’, Culture Machine, Vol. 4. Contributors include: Alain Badiou, Simon Critchley, Ernesto Laclau, Peter Hallward and Mark Poster.
• Extending McLuhan into the New Media Age: an Introduction’, in The Cyborg Experiments: the Extensions of the Body in the Media Age, ed. Joanna Zylinska (London and New York: Continuum), pp. 1-12.
• ‘”The Future… Is Monstrous”: Prosthetics as Ethics’, in The Cyborg Experiments: the Extensions of the Body in the Media Age, ed. Joanna Zylinska (London and New York: Continuum).
• (2000) ‘Culture and Nationhood: First Stages in the Development of Comparative Cultural Studies’ (with Dorota Kolodziejczyk and James Lynn), in British Studies: Intercultural Perspectives, eds Alan Mountford and Nick Wadham-Smith (Longman).Journal articles
• Visuell kultur og Det etiske imperativ’ (Visual culture and the ethical imperative), Ekfrase: Nordic Journal of Visual Culture, Vol. 3, 2. (short piece)
• ‘”They Are All Anti-Semitic There”: Aporias of Responsibility and Forgiveness’, Culture Machine, vol. 4, non-pag.
• ‘Probings: an Interview with Stelarc’ (with G. Hall), in The Cyborg Experiments: the Extensions of the Body in the Media Age, ed. Joanna Zylinska (London and New York: Continuum), pp. 114-130. A Polish translation of this interview appeared in Autoportret no 3[38]/2012 in a special issue on the idea of the post-body.

2001
• On Spiders, Cyborgs and Being Scared: the Feminine and the Sublime (Manchester: Manchester University Press)
• BioethicsTM: Life, Politics, Economics (Open Humanities Press), ISBN: 978-1-60785-256-8, online book.
• Online open access book, which is part of the ‘Living Books about Life’ series, edited by myself in collaboration with Clare Birchall (Kent University) and Gary Hall (Coventry University), and consisting of 22 books which aim to bring research on life conducted in the sciences to humanities readers. The book series was supported with a major JISC grant as part of their e-Content Programme Strand A: Enriching via Collaboration. The project was described by Nicholas Mirzoeff, Professor of Media, Culture and Communication at New York University, as a ‘Remarkable series [that] transforms the humble Reader into a living form, while breaking down the conceptual barrier between the humanities and the sciences in a time when scholars and activists of all kinds have taken the understanding of life to be central’ and by Tara McPherson, editor of VECTORS: Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular, as helping us ‘reimagine everything we think we know about academic publishing’.
• ‘Cultural Studies: Between Politics and Ethics’ (co-edited with Mark Devenney), Strategies: Journal of Theory, Culture and Politics, Vol. 14, No 2.Chapters in books
(forthcoming 2014) ‘Taking Responsibility for Life: Bioethics and Bioart’, in Paul Macneill (ed.) Ethics and the Arts. Series: Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy/ LOET (Amsterdam: Springer).
• ‘An Ethical Manifesto for Cultural Studies… Perhaps’, Strategies: Journal of Theory, Culture and Politics, Vol. 14, No 2 (November), pp. 175-188.
• ‘Sublime Speculations: the Economy of the Gift in Feminist Ethics’, j_spot: Journal of Social and Political Thought, Vol. 1. No 3 (June), non-pag.

2000
• ‘Nature, Science and Witchcraft: An Interview with Fay Weldon’; Critical Survey, Vol. 12, No 3, pp. 108-122.

1999
• ‘There Is Always One More Technology of Otherness: An Interview with Sue Golding’, with an introduction by Joanna Zylinska, Culture Machine , Vol. 1, non-pag. Republished as ‘A Bit(e) of the Other: An Interview with Sue Golding’, parallax, 13, 2000.

1998
• ‘Between Aesthetics and Ethics: the Feminine Sublime’, Women: a Cultural Review, Vol. 9 No. 1 (Spring), pp. 97-105.
• ‘Signs of Aphrodite: Hester Prynne Rediscovered’, Anglica Wratislaviensia, No. XXXIII, pp. 47-57.
• (With Dorota Kolodziejczyk) ‘Of Subjectology: Comparative Cultural Studies’, Anglica Wratislaviensia, No. XXXIII, pp. 95-111.

1997
• Zycio-dajne pisanie: cialo kobieta jezyk’ (‘Life-giving Writing: Body Woman Language’), FA-art, Vol. 1, No 27, pp. 26-30.Interviews Pedro Hernández (2013) ‘Vida mediada, arte y ética’, Arquine (Mexico, in Spanish)

José Luis Vera:
• VILLANUEVA, M., C. SERRANO Y J. L. VERA. 2000.
100 años de antropología física en México. Inventario bibliográfico. IIA/UNAM.
ISBN: 968-36-6697-3.
• RAUL GUTIERREZ LOMBARDO, JORGE MARTINEZ CONTRERAS Y JOSE LUIS VERA CORTES (Editores).1999.
Estudios en Historia y Filosofía de la biología Vol. I y II.CEFPSVLT. México, D.F.
ISBN: 970-18-2236-6.
• VERA, J.L.. 2002.
Las andanzas del caballero inexistente. Reflexiones en torno al cuerpo y la antropología física.
Colección: Eslabones de la ciencia.
ISBN 970-18-9019-1. CEFPSVLT. México.
• RAUL GUTIERREZ LOMBARDO, JORGE MARTINEZ CONTRERAS Y JOSE LUIS VERA CORTES (Editores). 2003.
Naturaleza y diversidad humana. Estudios evolucionistas.
Colección: Eslabones en el desarrollo de la ciencia. CEFPSVLT. México, D.F.
ISBN: 968-5721-05-X.

Monika Bakke:
• [Open Body] (2000)
• Co-autora de Pleroma. Art in Search of Fullness (1998)
• Editó el libro Estetyka Aborygenow [Australian Aboriginal Aesthetics] (2004)
• Going Aerial. Air, Art, Architecture (2006).

Rodrigo Alonso:
• ALONSO, Rodrigo. Jaime Davidovich. Video Works. 1970-2000. The Phatory Gallery. New York. 2004.
ISBN 987-21277-0-0.
• ALONSO, Rodrigo; GONZÁLEZ, Valeria. Ansia y Devoción. Fundación Proa. Buenos Aires. 2003.
ISBN:987-20580-1-6.
• ALONSO, Rodrigo (comp). Muntadas. Con/Textos. Una Antología Crítica. Simurg. Buenos Aires. 2002.
ISBN: 987-554-004-8.
• NOÉ, Luis Felipe; ZABALA, Horacio. El Arte en Cuestión. Conversaciones. Prólogo, edición y notas: Rodrigo Alonso. Adriana Hidalgo Editora. 2000. Buenos Aires.
• WAGMINSTER, Fabián (ed). La Revolución Hipermedia. Traducción: Rodrigo Alonso. Exp/ediciones. 2000. Buenos Aires.
• KOREMBLIT, Claudio (ed). Gary Hill en Argentina. Selección y traducción de los textos:
Rodrigo Alonso.
Exp/ediciones. 2000. Buenos Aires.
• ALONSO, Rodrigo (comp). Quinto Festival Internacional de Video Danza. Secretaría de Extensión.
Universitaria (Universidad de Buenos Aires). 1999. Buenos Aires.
• ALONSO, Rodrigo; TAQUINI, Graciela. Diez Años de Video en Buenos Aires. Ediciones ICI de Buenos Aires. 1998. Buenos Aires.
• ALONSO, Rodrigo (comp). “Cuadernos de Danza I”. Instituto de Artes del Espectáculo, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. (UBA). 1995. Buenos Aires.
• ALONSO, Rodrigo (comp). “Cuadernos de Danza II”. Instituto de Artes del Espectáculo, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. (UBA).
1995. Buenos Aires.

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Simposio Biomediaciones. Festival Internacional de Artes Electrónicas y Video, Transitio_MX 05

En el marco del Festival Internacional de Artes Electrónicas y Video Transitio_MX 05, el Simposio Biomediaciones contextualiza críticamente las prácticas artísticas, atendiendo a la idea de que aquello que actualmente llamamos “vida” se constituye a través de procesos históricos de (bio)mediación. El arte con nuevas tecnologías responde a la compleja problemática de cómo “la vida” se conceptualiza, se produce y se resiste en las prácticas y los discursos dominantes de la tecnociencia. A partir de cuestionamientos tales como: ¿Cómo puede el arte abordar, de un modo crítico y responsable, la composición mutua de vida, violencia y muerte? ¿De qué manera puede el arte contribuir a la creación de nuevas biomediaciones basadas en la solidaridad y la colaboración, a contracorriente de una cultura individualista y extractiva?, el Simposio Biomediaciones se propone situar el potencial crítico y creativo de la investigación en arte y tecnología a través de un encuentro entre la filosofía contemporánea, la teoría cultural, la biología, el arte y la investigación social de los problemas concretos que actualmente plantean los procesos de biomediación en México y el mundo. Serie producida en 2013.

Álvaro Rodriguez Tirado:
http://transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=16
http://consejomexicano.org/index.php/en/comexi/asociados/amigos/1031-alvaro-rodriguez-tirado-estrategia-total-ac
http://www.milenio.com/cultura/cumplen-anos-Centro-Nacional-Artes_15_214328575.html
http://mx.linkedin.com/pub/alvaro-rodr%C3%ADguez-tirado/6/34b/3b4
http://www.informador.com.mx/cultura/2013/444723/6/alvaro-rodriguez-delinea-plan-de-trabajo-al-frente-del-cenart.htm
http://www.conaculta.gob.mx/detalle-nota/?id=25554#.Uv0ruoU98QU

Benjamín Mayer Foulkes:
http://transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=17
https://www.facebook.com/benjamin.m.foulkes
http://17edu.org/xvi-coloquio/41-extension-academica/semblanzas/85-benjamin-mayer-foulkes
http://riie.iztacala.unam.mx/miembnacional_riie.php
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdgzAL3oW4I
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_yeP-XIwe0
http://www.youtube.com/user/17instituto
http://www.ripac.com.mx/profile/BenjaminMayerFoulkes

Francisco Vergara:
http://transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=15
http://132.248.110.144/~parentalidad/

Joanna Zylinska:
http://www.joannazylinska.net/video-and-podcast/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqL51V5C6kQ
http://www.joannazylinska.net/
http://transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=19
http://www.samkinsley.com/2013/02/12/zylinska-ethics-mediation/
http://culturemachinepodcasts.podbean.com/2013/03/12/life-after-new-media-sarah-kember-and-joanna-zylinska/
http://www.slideshare.net/yierva/conferencia-tica-mnima-de-dra-joanna-zylinska

José Luis Vera:
http://transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=14
http://enahperfilacademico.blogspot.mx/2011/09/jose-luis-vera-cortes.html
http://www.aztecanoticias.com.mx/notas/entretenimiento/90035/enah-nombra-a-jose-luis-vera-cortes-como-director
http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2012/01/13/cultura/a04n1cul
http://www.levante-emv.com/comunitat-valenciana/2008/11/09/jose-luis-vera-casos-fabra-danan-credibilidad-justicia-sociedad/517218.html
http://congreso.cuerpodescifrado.com/p/blog-page_7516.html

Monika Bakke:
http://www.transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=12
http://vimeo.com/63143902
http://amu.academia.edu/MonikaBakke
http://mutamorphosis.wordpress.com/2009/02/24/monika-bakke/
http://noiselab.com/tag/monica-bakke/
http://www.artisttalk.eu/artists/monika-bakke/

Rodrigo Alonso:
http://transitiomx.net/participante.php?id=13
http://www.cic.edu.ar/blog/extension-cultural/rodrigo-alonso-en-el-ciclo-de-conferencias-sobre-curaduria-del-cic/
http://www.maestriaendiseno.com/docentesonline.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_HPoLh161A
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9ulX59Y5lE
http://www.youtube.com/user/proawebtv?feature=watch
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=803vSYvDVbg
http://www.roalonso.net/es/curaduria/curaduria.php
http://blogs.lanacion.com.ar/arte/arte-internacional/trastienda-de-buenos-aires-3/
http://www.proa.org/esp/news-nota.php?id=90

Benjamín Mayer Foulkes:
• Título El compacto sexual: un libro
Autores Joan Copjec, Benjamín Mayer Foulkes, Alejandro Cerda Rueda
Editor Paradiso editores, 2011
ISBN 6079553120, 9786079553128
No de páginas 161 páginas
• Título Ateologías
Autores Benjamín Mayer Foulkes, Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (México) Dirección
Editor Conaculta, 2006
ISBN 9709222694, 9789709222692
No de páginas 346 páginas
• Título Becky Guttin
Autores Louis Carlos Emrich, Benjamín Mayer Foulkes
Editor Grupo Attie, 1998
No de páginas 19 páginas
General de Publicaciones
Colección Estancias

Francisco Vergara:
2012
• Espinosa-Matías, S, F. Vergara-Silva, S. Vázquez-Santana, E. Martínez-Zurita, y J. Márquez-Guzmán. 2012. Complex patterns of morphogenesis, embryology and reproduction in Triuris brevistylis, a species of Triuridaceae (Pandanales) closely
• related to Lacandonia schismatica. Botany, 90(11): 1133-1151.

2011
• Englund, M, A. Carlsbecker, P. Engström, y F. Vergara-Silva. 2011. Morphological ‘primary homology’ and expression of AG-subfamily MADS-box genes in pines, podocarps, and yews. Evolution and Development, 13(2): 171-181.
• Groth, E, K. Tandre, P. Engström, y F. Vergara-Silva. 2011. Agamous subfamily MADS-box genes and the evolution of seed cone morphology in Cupressaceae and Taxodiaceae. Evolution and Development, 13(2): 159-170.
• López-Beltrán, C, y F.Vergara-Silva. 2011. El molde político del genoma mexicano: la ciencia nacionalista de INMEGEN. 219-263. En: J. Muñoz-Rubio (ed.). La Evolución humana. Biología, política, racismo. UNAM. Distrito Federal, México. 278 pp.
• López-Beltrán, C, y F. Vergara-Silva. 2011. Genómica Nacional: el INMEGEN y el genoma del mestizo. 99-142. En: C. López-Beltrán (ed.). Genes (&) mestizos. Genómica y raza en la biomedicina mexicana. Ficticia Editorial. Distrito Federal, México. 358 pp.
• Nicolalde-Morejón, F, J. González-Astorga, F. Vergara-Silva y A. P. Vovides. 2011. Perspectivas sistemáticas de Zamia (Zamiaceae) en Megaméxico: De la taxonomía alfa a los códigos de barras genéticos. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad, 82(2): 341-355.
• Nicolalde-Morejón, F, F. Vergara-Silva, J. González-Astorga, D. W. Stevenson, A. P. Vovides, y V. Sosa. 2011. A character-based approach in the Mexican cycads supports diverse multigene combinations for DNA barcoding. Cladistics-The International Journal of The Willi Hennig Society, 27(2): 150-164.
• Rudall, P. J, J. Hilton, F. Vergara-Silva, y R. M. Bateman. 2011. Recurrent abnormalities in conifer cones and the evolutionary origins of flower-like structures. Trends in Plant Sciences, 16(3): 151-159.

2010
• Cabrera-Toledo, D, J. González-Astorga, F. Nicolalde-Morejón, F. Vergara-Silva y A. P. Vovides. 2010. Allozyme diversity levels in two congeneric Dioon spp. (Zamiaceae, Cycadales) with contrasting rarities. Plant Systematics and Evolution, 290(4): 115-125.

• Vergara-Silva, F, C. López-Beltrán. 2010. Das „mexikanische Genom“ – ein Paradox. http://www.gen-ethisches-netzwerk.de/gid/197/vergara-silva/mexikanische-genom%E2%80%9C-paradox

2009
• Nicolalde-Morejon, F, F. Vergara-Silva, J. Gonzalez-Astorga, A. Vovides y A. Espinosa de los Monteros. 2009. Reciprocal illumination of morphological characters upon a molecular hypothesis supports the proposal of a new species of cycad from Mexico. Systematics and Biodiversity, 7(1): 73-79.
• Prenner, G, F. Vergara-Silva y P. Rudall. 2009. The key role of morphology in modelling inflorescence architecture. Trends in Plant Sciences, 14(6): 302-309.
• Vergara-Silva, F, R. G. Winther. 2009. Systematics, Darwinism, and the Philosophy of Science. Acta Biotheoretica, 57(1): 1-3.
• Vergara-Silva, F. 2009. Pattern cladistics and the realism-antirealism debate in the philosophy of biology. Acta Biotheoretica, 57(1): 269-294.
• Vergara-Silva, F. 2009. Editorial: From a Biological Point of View. Acta Biotheoretica, 57(1): 163-169.
• Vergara-Silva, F. 2009. What did you really do, Charlie?. http://ciencias.jornada.com.mx/ciencias/investigacion/ciencias-quimicas-y-de-la-vida/investigacion/bfwhat-did-you-really-do-charlie
• Vergara-Silva, F, R. G. Winther. 2009. Symposium Isuue: Systematics, Darwinism, and the Philosophy of Science (Mexico City, 8-9 November 2006). Primera. Springer Press. Dordrecht, Holanda. 57(1): 305 pp.
• Vergara-Silva, F. 2009. La homeosis y la macroevolucion: una perspectiva critica. 421-435. En: J. J. Morrone y P. Magaña (eds.). Evolución biológica. Una visión actualizada. Facultad de Ciencias, UNAM. Cd. Universitaria, México. 621 pp.

2008
• Gonzalez-Astorga, J, F. Vergara-Silva, A. P. Vovides, F. Nicolalde-Morejon, D. Cabrera-Toledo y M. A. Perez-Farrera. 2008. Diversity and genetic structure of three species of Dioon Lindl. (Zamiaceae, Cycadales) from the Pacific seaboard of Mexico. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 94(4): 765-776.
• Vergara Silva, F. 2008. Codigos de barras de la biodiversidad. El Faro, UNAM, 82: 12.

2007

• Flores-Olvera, H, F. Vergara-Silva. 2007. El legado de Linneo. El Faro, UNAM, 78(78): 10-11. Vazquez-Lobo, A, A. Carlsbecker, F. Vergara-Silva, E. R. Álvarez-Buylla, D. Piñero y P. Engström. 2007. Characterization of the expression patterns of Leafy/Floricaula and neddly orthologues in female and male cones of the conifer genera Picea, Podocarpus and Taxus: implications for current evo-devo hypotheses for gymnosperms. Evolution and Development, 9(5): 446-459.

Joanna Zylinska:
2013
• ‘Inventing Well: Creativity, Biology and Life’, in Dmitry Bulatov (ed.) Evolution Haute Couture: Art and Science in the Post-Biological Age (Kaliningrad: National Centre for Contemporary Arts). [book chapter, in English and Russian; early version of material subsequently reworked into ch 7 of Life After New Media]
• ‘The Culture of Blogging: At the Crossroads of Narcissisim and Ethics’, in Nick Couldry, Mirca Madianou and Amit Pinchevski (eds) Ethics of Media (Basingstoke: Palgrave) [reprint of section of ch 3 from my Bioethics in the Age of New Media]
• ‘Evolution May Be Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts, But It’s Not All That Great: On Lem’s Summa Technnologiae’ in Stanislaw Lem, Summa Technnologiae, trans. Joanna Zylinska (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press).
• ‘Will You Ever Go Back?’, in Marta Rabikowska (ed.) The Everyday of Memory: Transition and Culture in Post-Communist Societies (New York: Peter Lang) [photography project accompanied by a short text]
• ‘Bioethics Otherwise, or, How to Live with Machines, Humans, and Other Animals’, in Tom Cohen (ed.) Telemorphosis: Theory in the Era of Climate Change, v. 1 (Open Humanities Press). A Polish translation of this article came out in Teksty Drugie, a major Polish journal of literary and cultural theory published by the Polish Academy of Sciences, in 2013.
• Transitio_MX 05 Biomediaciones: Entrevista con Joanna Zylinska, Codigo (Mexico, in Spanish) Andrew Illiadis (2013) An interview with Joanna Zylinska in the Canadian journal Figure/Ground Communication Caroline Bem and Rafico Ruiz (2011) ‘Universities, Futures: A Roundtable with Darin Barney, Andrew Piper, and Joanna Zylinska’, Seachange (international journal based at McGill University), special issue Choice.

2012
• Life after New Media: Mediation as a Vital Process (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press) (with Sarah Kember)

2010
• Technology and Cultural Form: A Liquid Reader (Open Humanities Press; Liquid Books series) – online open-access book collaboratively edited with students from Goldsmiths’ MA Digital Media, supported with a grant from the Higher Education Academy’s Art-Design-Media Subject Centre
• ‘Creative Media’ (co-edited with Sarah Kember) Culture Machine. Vol. 11.
• ‘On Bad Archives, Unruly Snappers and Liquid Photographs’, Photographies, vol. 3, issue 2, August, pp. 139-153.
• ‘Playing God, Playing Adam: The Politics and Ethics of Enhancement’, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Vol. 7, No 2, pp. 149-161.
• ‘I Don’t Go to the Movies’, Culture Machine, Vol. 11, non-pag.
• ‘Creative Media between Invention and Critique, or What’s Still at Stake in Performativity’ (with Sarah Kember), Culture Machine, Vol. 11, non-pag.

2009
• Bioethics in the Age of New Media (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press)
• ‘A Body that Looks for Other Bodies to Exist: Orlan’s Prosthetic Gifts’ and (co-authored with Sarah Kember)’ ‘Creative Media: Performance, Invention, Critique’, in Maria Chatzichristodoulou [aka Maria X], Janis Jefferies and Rachel Zerihan (eds) Interfaces of Performance (Aldergate: Ashgate).
• ‘Is There Life in Cybernetics?: Designing a Posthumanist Bioethics’, in Rosi Braidotti, Claire Colebook and Patrick Hanafin (eds) Law After Deleuze (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).
• ‘You Killed Barack Obama, 2008’, Journal of Visual Culture, vol. 8 no 2, p. 190 [image and text]. (2007) ‘Of Swans and Ugly Ducklings: Bioethics between Humans, Animals and Machines’, Reality Made Over, part II, special issue of the journal Configurations edited by Bernadette Wegenstein, Vol. 14 No 2 (Spring), pp. 125-150.

2007
• Imaginary Neighbors: Mediating Polish-Jewish Relations after the Holocaust (co-edited with Dorota Glowacka) (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press). Paperback edition 2010.
• ‘Introduction: Imaginary Neighbors: Toward an Ethical Community’ (with Dorota Glowacka), in Imaginary Neighbors: Mediating Polish-Jewish Relations after the Holocaust, eds Dorota Glowacka and Joanna Zylinska (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press).
• ‘“Who Is My Neighbor?”: Ethics under Duress’, in Imaginary Neighbors: Mediating Polish-Jewish Relations after the Holocaust, eds Dorota Glowacka and Joanna Zylinska (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press).
• ‘“Nourished … on the Irremediable Differend of Gender”: Lyotard’s Sublime’, in Lyotard and Gender, ed. Margret Grebowicz (Albany: SUNY Press).
• The Secret of Life: Bioethics between Corporeal and Corporate Obligations’, Cultural Studies, Vol. 21, No 1, pp. 95-117. A German translation of this article was published in the special issue of the journal Paragrana: Internationale Zeitschrift für Historische Anthropologie, Medien – Kőrper – Imagination, eds Mark Poster and Christoph Wulf, 17.1‘ (2008).

2006
• ‘The Ethics of Cultural Studies’, in New Cultural Studies: Adventures in Theory, eds Clare Birchall and Gary Hall (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press).

2005
• The Ethics of Cultural Studies (London and New York: Continuum)

2004
• ‘Cultural Studies is/in Deconstruction’ (co-edited with Dave Boothroyd and Gary Hall), Culture Machine. Vol. 6.
• Mediating Murder: Ethics, Trauma and the Price of Death’, Journal for Cultural Research, 8:3 (July), pp. 227-246.
• ‘The Universal Acts: Judith Butler and the Biopolitics of Immigration’, Cultural Studies, 18.4 (July), pp. 524-539. A shorter version of this article has been published on The Signs of the Times website on 12.04.2005, under the title ‘The Bio-politics of Immigration’.
• ‘Guns N’Rappers: “Moral Panics” and the Ethics of Cultural Studies’, Culture Machine vol. 6, non-pag.

2003
• ‘Talking Heads: an Interview with Stelarc’ (with G. Hall), specially commissioned by the Live Art Letters to coincide with Stelarc’s robotic performance, Anatomical Exoskeleton, June.

2002
• ‘The Ethico-Political Issue’, Culture Machine, Vol. 4. Contributors include: Alain Badiou, Simon Critchley, Ernesto Laclau, Peter Hallward and Mark Poster.
• Extending McLuhan into the New Media Age: an Introduction’, in The Cyborg Experiments: the Extensions of the Body in the Media Age, ed. Joanna Zylinska (London and New York: Continuum), pp. 1-12.
• ‘”The Future… Is Monstrous”: Prosthetics as Ethics’, in The Cyborg Experiments: the Extensions of the Body in the Media Age, ed. Joanna Zylinska (London and New York: Continuum).
• (2000) ‘Culture and Nationhood: First Stages in the Development of Comparative Cultural Studies’ (with Dorota Kolodziejczyk and James Lynn), in British Studies: Intercultural Perspectives, eds Alan Mountford and Nick Wadham-Smith (Longman).Journal articles
• Visuell kultur og Det etiske imperativ’ (Visual culture and the ethical imperative), Ekfrase: Nordic Journal of Visual Culture, Vol. 3, 2. (short piece)
• ‘”They Are All Anti-Semitic There”: Aporias of Responsibility and Forgiveness’, Culture Machine, vol. 4, non-pag.
• ‘Probings: an Interview with Stelarc’ (with G. Hall), in The Cyborg Experiments: the Extensions of the Body in the Media Age, ed. Joanna Zylinska (London and New York: Continuum), pp. 114-130. A Polish translation of this interview appeared in Autoportret no 3[38]/2012 in a special issue on the idea of the post-body.

2001
• On Spiders, Cyborgs and Being Scared: the Feminine and the Sublime (Manchester: Manchester University Press)
• BioethicsTM: Life, Politics, Economics (Open Humanities Press), ISBN: 978-1-60785-256-8, online book.
• Online open access book, which is part of the ‘Living Books about Life’ series, edited by myself in collaboration with Clare Birchall (Kent University) and Gary Hall (Coventry University), and consisting of 22 books which aim to bring research on life conducted in the sciences to humanities readers. The book series was supported with a major JISC grant as part of their e-Content Programme Strand A: Enriching via Collaboration. The project was described by Nicholas Mirzoeff, Professor of Media, Culture and Communication at New York University, as a ‘Remarkable series [that] transforms the humble Reader into a living form, while breaking down the conceptual barrier between the humanities and the sciences in a time when scholars and activists of all kinds have taken the understanding of life to be central’ and by Tara McPherson, editor of VECTORS: Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular, as helping us ‘reimagine everything we think we know about academic publishing’.
• ‘Cultural Studies: Between Politics and Ethics’ (co-edited with Mark Devenney), Strategies: Journal of Theory, Culture and Politics, Vol. 14, No 2.Chapters in books
(forthcoming 2014) ‘Taking Responsibility for Life: Bioethics and Bioart’, in Paul Macneill (ed.) Ethics and the Arts. Series: Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy/ LOET (Amsterdam: Springer).
• ‘An Ethical Manifesto for Cultural Studies… Perhaps’, Strategies: Journal of Theory, Culture and Politics, Vol. 14, No 2 (November), pp. 175-188.
• ‘Sublime Speculations: the Economy of the Gift in Feminist Ethics’, j_spot: Journal of Social and Political Thought, Vol. 1. No 3 (June), non-pag.

2000
• ‘Nature, Science and Witchcraft: An Interview with Fay Weldon’; Critical Survey, Vol. 12, No 3, pp. 108-122.

1999
• ‘There Is Always One More Technology of Otherness: An Interview with Sue Golding’, with an introduction by Joanna Zylinska, Culture Machine , Vol. 1, non-pag. Republished as ‘A Bit(e) of the Other: An Interview with Sue Golding’, parallax, 13, 2000.

1998
• ‘Between Aesthetics and Ethics: the Feminine Sublime’, Women: a Cultural Review, Vol. 9 No. 1 (Spring), pp. 97-105.
• ‘Signs of Aphrodite: Hester Prynne Rediscovered’, Anglica Wratislaviensia, No. XXXIII, pp. 47-57.
• (With Dorota Kolodziejczyk) ‘Of Subjectology: Comparative Cultural Studies’, Anglica Wratislaviensia, No. XXXIII, pp. 95-111.

1997
• Zycio-dajne pisanie: cialo kobieta jezyk’ (‘Life-giving Writing: Body Woman Language’), FA-art, Vol. 1, No 27, pp. 26-30.Interviews Pedro Hernández (2013) ‘Vida mediada, arte y ética’, Arquine (Mexico, in Spanish)

José Luis Vera:
• VILLANUEVA, M., C. SERRANO Y J. L. VERA. 2000.
100 años de antropología física en México. Inventario bibliográfico. IIA/UNAM.
ISBN: 968-36-6697-3.
• RAUL GUTIERREZ LOMBARDO, JORGE MARTINEZ CONTRERAS Y JOSE LUIS VERA CORTES (Editores).1999.
Estudios en Historia y Filosofía de la biología Vol. I y II.CEFPSVLT. México, D.F.
ISBN: 970-18-2236-6.
• VERA, J.L.. 2002.
Las andanzas del caballero inexistente. Reflexiones en torno al cuerpo y la antropología física.
Colección: Eslabones de la ciencia.
ISBN 970-18-9019-1. CEFPSVLT. México.
• RAUL GUTIERREZ LOMBARDO, JORGE MARTINEZ CONTRERAS Y JOSE LUIS VERA CORTES (Editores). 2003.
Naturaleza y diversidad humana. Estudios evolucionistas.
Colección: Eslabones en el desarrollo de la ciencia. CEFPSVLT. México, D.F.
ISBN: 968-5721-05-X.

Monika Bakke:
• [Open Body] (2000)
• Co-autora de Pleroma. Art in Search of Fullness (1998)
• Editó el libro Estetyka Aborygenow [Australian Aboriginal Aesthetics] (2004)
• Going Aerial. Air, Art, Architecture (2006).

Rodrigo Alonso:
• ALONSO, Rodrigo. Jaime Davidovich. Video Works. 1970-2000. The Phatory Gallery. New York. 2004.
ISBN 987-21277-0-0.
• ALONSO, Rodrigo; GONZÁLEZ, Valeria. Ansia y Devoción. Fundación Proa. Buenos Aires. 2003.
ISBN:987-20580-1-6.
• ALONSO, Rodrigo (comp). Muntadas. Con/Textos. Una Antología Crítica. Simurg. Buenos Aires. 2002.
ISBN: 987-554-004-8.
• NOÉ, Luis Felipe; ZABALA, Horacio. El Arte en Cuestión. Conversaciones. Prólogo, edición y notas: Rodrigo Alonso. Adriana Hidalgo Editora. 2000. Buenos Aires.
• WAGMINSTER, Fabián (ed). La Revolución Hipermedia. Traducción: Rodrigo Alonso. Exp/ediciones. 2000. Buenos Aires.
• KOREMBLIT, Claudio (ed). Gary Hill en Argentina. Selección y traducción de los textos:
Rodrigo Alonso.
Exp/ediciones. 2000. Buenos Aires.
• ALONSO, Rodrigo (comp). Quinto Festival Internacional de Video Danza. Secretaría de Extensión.
Universitaria (Universidad de Buenos Aires). 1999. Buenos Aires.
• ALONSO, Rodrigo; TAQUINI, Graciela. Diez Años de Video en Buenos Aires. Ediciones ICI de Buenos Aires. 1998. Buenos Aires.
• ALONSO, Rodrigo (comp). “Cuadernos de Danza I”. Instituto de Artes del Espectáculo, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. (UBA). 1995. Buenos Aires.
• ALONSO, Rodrigo (comp). “Cuadernos de Danza II”. Instituto de Artes del Espectáculo, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. (UBA).
1995. Buenos Aires.