Rossiter, Ned (2023) ‘Clouds of Power and the Politics of Data’, in Niels Schrader and Jorinde Seijdel. eds. Acid Clouds: A Critical Atlas of Dutch Data Centres, Rotterdam: NAi Publishers.

Hristova, Tsvetelina, Brett Neilson and Ned Rossiter, eds. (2022) Data Farms: Circuits, Labour, Territory. London: Open Humanities Press.

Neilson, Brett and Ned Rossiter (2022) ‘Land and Water’, in Hristova, Tsvetelina, Brett Neilson and Ned Rossiter, eds. Data Farms: Circuits, Labour, Territory. London: Open Humanities Press. 4-13.

Cashman, Sarah, Michela Ledwidge and Brett Neilson (2022) ‘Data Farms Sonification: An Experiment in Data Modelling and Spatial Audio’, in Hristova, Tsvetelina, Brett Neilson and Ned Rossiter, eds. Data Farms: Circuits, Labour, Territory. London: Open Humanities Press. 76-85.

Neilson, Brett (2022) ‘Data Centres between North-South and East-West’, in Manish Jha and Rishi Sengupta, eds. Data Centres as Infrastructure: Frontiers of Digital Governance in Contemporary India. Hyderabad: Orient BlackSwan, 39-52.

Munn, Luke (2021) ‘Data and the New Oil: Cloud Computing’s Lubrication of the Petrotechnical’, Journal of Environmental Media 2 (2): 211-227,

Munn, Luke (2021) ‘Imperfect Orchestration: Inside the Data Centre’s Struggle for Efficiency’, Computational Culture: A Journal of Software Studies, 8 (July).

Munn, Luke (2021) ‘Sand, Silica, Silicon: Singapore’s Triple Territories’, Verge: Journal of Global Asias 7(1): 220-246.

Neilson, Brett and Ned Rossiter (2021) ‘Automating Labour and the Spatial Politics of Data Centre Technologies’, in Carline Roth-Ebner and Mascha Will-Zocholl, eds. Topologies of Digital Work: How Digitisation and Virtualisation Shape Working Spaces and Places. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. 77-101.

Ledwidge, Michela, Brett Neilson, Tanya Notley, Yunyu Ong and Ned Rossiter (2021). Data Farms Sonification. NTRO Creative Work.

Mezzadra, Sandro and Brett Neilson (2020) Operazioni del capitale: Capitalismo contemporaneo fra sfruttamento ed estrazione. Roma: Manifesto Libri.

Neilson, Brett (2020) ‘Capital Operations: Data and Waste’, e-flux architecture,

Neilson, Brett (2020) ‘The Reverse of Engineering’, South Atlantic Quarterly 119(1): 75-93.

Munn, Luke (2020) ‘Chip, Body, Earth: Toxic Temporalities of Intel Processor Production’, in Fiona Allon, Ruth Barcan and Karma Eddison-Cogan, eds. The Temporalities of Waste: Out of Sight, Out of Time. Abingdon: Routledge.

Munn, Luke (2020) ‘Thinking through Silicon: Cables and Servers as Epistemic Infrastructures’, New Media & Society, December, 1–18.

Munn, Luke (2020) ‘Red Territory: Forging Infrastructural Power‘, Territory, Politics, Governance, October, 1–20.

Munn, Luke (2020) ‘Twinned Power: Formations of Cloud-Edge Control‘, Information, Communication & Society 0 (0): 1–17.

Munn, Luke (2020) ‘Staying at the Edge of Privacy: Edge Computing and Impersonal Extraction’, Media and Communication 8 (2): 270-279.

Munn, Luke (2020) ‘Porous Territories: the Internet beyond Borderless versus Balkanized’, Glocalism: Journal of culture, politics and innovation 2020 (1): 1–25.

Munn, Luke (2020) ‘Injecting Failure: Data Center Infrastructures and the Imaginaries of Resilience‘, The Information Society 0 (0): 1–10.

Rossiter, Ned (2020) ‘Copper’, in Timon Beyes, Robin Holt and Claus Pias, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Media, Technology and Organization Studies, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 160-171.

Neilson, Brett and Ned Rossiter (2019) ‘Extracting Concepts’, Synoptique: An Online Journal of Film and Moving Image Studies 8(2): 29-31.

Mezzadra, Sandro and Brett Neilson (2019) The Politics of Operations: Excavating Contemporary Capitalism. Durham: Duke University Press.

Neilson, Brett and Ned Rossiter (2019) ‘Theses on Automation and Labour’, in Didier Bigo, Engin Isin and Evelyn Ruppert, eds. Data Politics: Worlds, Subjects, Rights. Abingdon: Routledge, 187-206.

Rossiter, Ned and Tay, Kenneth (2019) ‘Uneven Distribution: An Interview with Ned Rossiter on Logistics and Mediated Environments’, Public Seminar, 31 May.

Lovink, Geert and Ned Rossiter (2019) ‘Afterword: Propositions on the Organizational Form’, in Timon Beyes, Lisa Conrad and Reinhold Martin, eds. Organize, Minneapolis and Lüneburg: University of Minnesota Press / Meson Press, 89-101.

Notley, Tanya (2019) ‘The Environmental Costs of the Global Digital Economy in Asia and the Urgent Need for Better Policy’, Media International Australia 173(1): 125-141.

Neilson, Brett and Tanya Notley (2019) ‘Data Centres as Logistical Facilities: Singapore and the Emergence of Production Topologies’, Work, Organisation, Labour, Globalisation 13(1): 15-29.

Lovink, Geert and Ned Rossiter (2018) Organization after Social Media, Colchester and New York: Minor Compositions (an imprint of Autonomedia).

Mezzadra, Sandro and Brett Neilson (2018) ‘Entre extraction et exploitation: des mutations en cours dans l’organisation de la coopération sociale’, Actuel Marx 63: 97-113.

Rossiter, Ned (2018) ‘Eco-Aesthetics and the Politics of Mediation’, Cultural Politics 14(2): 275–80.

Lovink, Geert and Ned Rossiter (2018) ‘Organized Networks in the Age of Platform Capitalism’, in Graham Meikle, ed. The Routledge Companion to Media and Activism, Abingdon: Routledge, 404-13.

Lovink, Geert and Ned Rossiter (2018) ‘Organization in Platform Capitalism’, in Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova, eds. Posthuman Glossary, London: Bloomsbury, 306-8.

Mezzadra, Sandro and Brett Neilson (2017) ‘On the Multiple Frontiers of Extraction: Excavating Contemporary Capitalism’, Cultural Studies 31(2-3): 185-204.

Rossiter, Ned (2017) ‘Paranoia is Real: Algorithmic Governance and the Shadow of Control’, Media Theory 1(1): 88-102. 

Rossiter, Ned and Soenke Zehle (2017), ‘The Experience of Digital Objects: Toward a Speculative Entropology’, Spheres: Journal for Digital Cultures 3.

Rossiter, Ned (2017) ‘Imperial Infrastructures and Asia beyond Asia: Data Centres, State Formation and the Territoriality of Logistical Media’, Fibreculture Journal 29: 1-20.

Lovink, Geert and Rossiter, Ned (2017) ‘Notes on Networks and Contingency’, Obieg [Special issue: ‘Aesthetics of Contingency’] 5 (Translated into Polish).

Reading, Anna and Tanya Notley (2017) ‘Globital Memory Capital: Theorizing Digital Memory Economies’, in Andrew Hoskins, ed. Digital Memory Studies: Media Pasts in Transition. Routledge, London, 205-217.

Lovink, Geert and Rossiter, Ned (2016) ‘The Politics of Organized Networks: The Art of Collective Coordination and the Seriality of Demands’, in Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Anna Watkins Fisher and Thomas Keenan (eds), New Media, Old Media: A History and Theory Reader, 2nd edition, New York: Routledge, 335-45.

Neilson, Brett, Tanya Notley and Ned Rossiter (2016) ‘Where is your data? It’s not actually in the cloud, it’s sitting in a data centre’, The Conversation, 31 August.

Reading, Anna and Tanya Notley (2015) ‘The Materiality of Globital Memory: Bringing the Cloud to Earth’, Continuum 29(4): 511-521.


Notley, Tanya (2022) Interview with Joel Werner, ABC Radio Podcast Whose Going to Save Us, ‘The Energy it Takes to be Extremely Online’, October 25.

Notley, Tanya (2022) Quoted in Zack Marzouk, ‘Why Singapore Stopped Building Data Centres’, IT Pro, April 20.

Notley, Tanya (2019) Quoted in Stephen Li, ‘Amazon withholds its emissions data from the public (again) What does it have to hide’, The Rising Magazine, July 7.

Notley, Tanya (2019) Interview with Ariel Bogle and Nick Kilvert, ‘Amazon fights emissions transparency in Australia, citing “trade secrets”’, ABC News Online, July 4.

Notley, Tanya (2018) Quoted in ‘Amazon Settles In’, Macarthur Chronicle, August 28.

Notley, Tanya (2017) Interview in ‘The Carbon Footprint of Data’, 2SER Radio, September 27.

Neilson, Brett, Tanya Notley and Ned Rossiter (2016) Project discussed in ‘Far from view: A deep dive into the spaces that house cloud data’, Foreground Magazine, October 26.

Neilson, Brett (2016) Interview with Matthew Bevan, ‘The Infrastructure of the Internet‘, Breakfast, ABC Radio National, September 12.

Notley, Tanya (2016) Interview with Christine Anu, Evenings, ABC Radio Sydney 702, September 1.