Brooke Singer engages technoscience as an artist, educator, nonspecialist and collaborator. Her work lives "on" and "off" line in the form of websites, workshops, photographs, maps, installations, public art and performances that often involves participation in pursuit of social change. She is Associate Professor of New Media at Purchase College, State University of New York, a former fellow at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center (2010-11), co-founder of the art, technology and activist group Preemptive Media (2002-2008) and co-founder of La Casita Verde (2013-). She is in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Microsoft and Melva Bucksbaum and Raymond Learsy. Visit Wikipedia for more information. 



A chronology of tactics: Art tackles Big Data and the Environment – An article I wrote for the journal Big Data & Society, 2016.

Collection Action Archive Catalog – An exhibition I co-organized with the Franklin Street Works Gallery, Stamford, CT, in 2013. My essay is on page 6.

Team Up with the Experts – My contribution to the Beautiful Trouble book/toolkit assembled by Andrew Boyd and published by O/R Books, 2012. More available on the accompanying site.

Superfund365 – An article I wrote for the book Net Works: Case Studies in Net Art & Design in 2010.

Surveillance Creep – An article I wrote in collaboration with Beatriz da Costa and Jamie Schulte, published in the Radical History Review, Duke University Press.

Data Body – A visual essay I wrote for Link: A Critical Journal on the Arts in 2001.

Against Data Determinism in the Networked World – My MFA thesis from 2001-2002.




Making Do(ing) - Artist talk at Department of Art, Cornell University, 2013


Santa Fe Radio Cafe - I speak about Superfund365 with Mary Charlotte in 2011

WNPR Where We Live - I am on this segment about Design Thinking taking on health care industry (39:00)

NPR All Things Considered - An interview about Swipe from 2004