Video presentations and interviews

PLASMA 2021, Department of Media Study, University at Buffalo
45 minute talk on recent work including “Garden of Virtual Kinship”, “Planthropy”, “Trading Systems”, “Proof of Soil” and “Aphrodisiac in the Machine”


MoneyLab: Economies of Dissent conference

Panel: Artistic Interventions in Finance (presentation of “Reversal of Fortune”, Dec 3, 2015), The Artist’s Creative Process (interview with curator Juliet Yuan on “Reversal of Fortune”, March 2015)


The Internet as Playground and Factory (performative interview on “Invisible Threads: A Virtual Sweatshop in Second Life” with Trebor Scholz, Nov 2009, NYC)




Claire Voon, “Growing a Garden According to the Economics of Philanthropic Crowdfunding”
Hyperallergic, January 12, 2016


Thu-Huong Ha, “This museum’s website gets ‘hacked’ every day at sunrise and sunset”
Quartz, July 18, 2015


Eleanor Heartney, “How Newness Enters the Artworld”
The Brooklyn Rail, July-August, 2012


Eleanor Heartney, “Art & Money Workers Unite?”, July 26, 2011


Edward Sanderson, “The Journey West Travel Office”, China, July 24, 2011


An Xiao, “Fake Real: The Journey West Travel Office”, July 11, 2011


Amy Griffin, “Mass MoCA’s ‘The Workers’ examines current state of labor”
Times Union, July 3, 2011


Lee Ambrozy, “The Journey West”
Artforum online, China Edition, June 26, 2011


Briavel Schultz, “Best Practices in Banana Time, Review: The Beginning of a New Age”
The Free Gorge, November 2010


Regine Debatty, “Esse, Νosse, Posse: Common Wealth for Common People”
We Make Money Not Art website, May 24, 2010


Bret McCabe, “Stephanie Rothenberg: Blurring the lines between real and virtual, art and work”
City Paper, Baltimore, MD, April 14, 2010


Gretchen Haase, “World X Diagnostics: Have Your Opinions Heard, Literally,”
Gearwire Online Journal, December 15, 2009


Steven Madoff, “Service Aesthetics”
Art Forum, September 2008:165-169,484, 492


Frank Kresin, “Virtual Sweatshop”
Waag Society (blog), September 29, 2008


Eliot Van Buskirk, “Products Placed: How Companies Pay Artists to Include Brands in Lyrics”, September 19, 2008


Cory Doctorow, “Paid Placement for Brands in Pop Lyrics”, September 19, 2008


Katie Hafner, “At Sundance, a Second Life Sweatshop Is Art”
New York Times Bits – Technology, January 25, 2008

Jacob Stringer, “Visual Art | Politically Curate: Sundance’s New Frontier on Main captures current concerns in a variety of ways”
SL Weekly (Salt Lake City), January 17, 2008

“Virtual Work, Real Pay”
The Pueblo Chieftain Online, Business section, January 2008
Linda Zimmer, “Virtual/RealWorld Custom Manufacturing Project: Double Happiness Jeans”
Business Communicators of Second Life, December 31, 2007

Adam Elenbaas, “Second Life Sweatshop”
Reality Sandwich, December 28, 2007

Becky Moda, “Biennial X2”
Artvoice, September 27, 2007, p.19


Carl Mellor, “Made in New York 2006”
Syracuse New Times Online, July 26, 2006


Kristina Martina, “Made in New York 2006”
The Citizen, July 22, 2006, p. A1


Ann Gleason, “Made in New York 2006”
The Post Standard/Stars, p. A1, A6, July 26, 2006


Katherine Rushworth, “Made in New York 2006”
The Post Standard/Stars, July 9, 2006, p. 12


Peter Koch, “In the Center Ring: Infringement Festival”
ArtVoice, July 27, 2006, p. 19


W. Burrows, “Dip Into Technology”
MetroLife, Nottingham, England, November 29, 2005, p. 31

Christiane Paul, “Ninth New York Digital Salon.”

Leonardo, Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 34, no. 5

(2001): 514, MIT PressFred Camper, “Nomads and Homesteaders”
Chicago Reader, March 30, 2001, p. 4

Jay Rosenblatt, “Chicago Underground Film Festival”
Chicago Reader, August 21, 2001, p. 35

Jay Rosenblatt, “Under Shorts Festival 4″
Chicago Reader, May 12, 2001, p. 15