Texts and publications

full list here.

Pritchard, Helen; Rocha, Jara; Snelting, Femke. Figurations of Timely Extraction. Media Theory, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 2, p. 159-188, dec. 2020. ISSN 2557-826X.

Aouragh, Miriyam, Gürses, Seda, Pritchard, Helen and Snelting, Femke (Year: 2020), ‘The extractive infrastructures of contact tracing apps’, Journal of Environmental Media, 1:Supplement, pp. 9.1–9.9, doi: https://doi.org/10.1386/jem_00030_1

Helen Pritchard, Jara Rocha, Femke Snelting, Laura Benítez Valero, Queering Damage. In: Sonic Acts Academy, Amsterdam (2020)

Responsible predictions In: Kurt Tichy, Alex Zakkas. Footfall Almanac 2019 (2020)

Forthcoming: Pritchard, H., Snelting, F. and Rocha, J., We Have Always Been Geohackers In: How to Relate, Universität der Künste Berlin.

Other Geometries In: Affective Infrastructures transmediale journal Issue#3, 2019 + German translation. Also published in: Kristoffer Gansing, Inga Luchs (eds), The Eternal Network: The Ends and Becomings of Network Culture. INC, Amsterdam (2018)

Codes of conduct in: Cornelia Sollfrank (ed), Die schönen Kriegerinnen: Technofeministische Praxis im 21. Jahrhundert. Transversal (2018)
English version

Ultrasonic dreams of aclinical renderings, Possible Bodies feat. Helen Pritchard. In Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, No. 13 (2018)

MakeHuman with Jara Rocha in: Rosi Braidotti, Maria Hlavajova (eds), The Posthuman Glossary, Bloomsbury Academic (2018)

The Possible Bodies Inventory: dis-orientation and its aftermath with Jara Rocha in Cuerpos Poliédricos, Inmaterial Journal vol. 2, num. 3, Barcelona: Bau College of Design (2017)

Modifying the universal with Peggy Pierrot, Roel Roscam Abbing in Data Browser 06: Executing practices (2017)

Not Dissimilar in: Annet Dekker (eds), Lost and living in archives, Valiz (2017)

Let’s First Get Things Done! On Division of Labour and Techno-political Practices of Delegation in Times of Crisis with Miriyam Aouragh, Jara Rocha, Seda Guerses in: The Fibreculture Journal (2015)

Histories of the feminist servers, contribution to Lady Justice (New Criticals, 2014)

Modelling (girls and cars) in: Libre Graphics Magazine (2013)

Data-Diary in: ‘Perspective: Artist – The position of individual artists in the performing arts in Flanders’ (VTi Institute for the Performing Arts, 2012).

Stoemp In: Open Sauces, FoAM (2011)

Feral Labelling Catalogue text in: Feral Trade, Kate Rich. HTTP gallery (2009)

Dividing and sharing in: Designing universal knowledge. Gerlinde Schuller (red), Lars Müller Publishers (2008)

Awkward Gestures (designing with free software) in: Mag.net Reader (2008)

Corset, Skeleton, Skin Lecture notes on Otto Neurath. Stroom, Den Haag (2007)

Scenes of pressure and relief Texts performed at and added to at various occasions. Originally published in: in: Constraint City, Vienna (2007)
txt / Nederlandse versie

A fish can’t judge the water OKNO Publix, Brussels (2006)


DiVersions v2 (Constant, 2021)
Edited with Elodie Mugrefya

The Techno-Galactic Guide to Software Observation (Constant Verlag, 2018) Edited with: Anita Burato, Christoph Haag, Michael Murtaugh, Femke Snelting, Seda Gürses

I think that conversations are the best, biggest thing that Free Software has to offer its user Collection of interviews, edited with Christoph Haag (Constant Verlag, 2015)

Mondotheque::a radiated book (Constant Verlag, 2016). Edited with: Sînziana Păltineanu, Dennis Pohl, Natacha Roussel, Dick Reckard, Alexia de Visscher.

16 Case Stories re-imagining the practice of lay-out. With De Heij, G., Huyghebaert, P., Marchand, P., O Neill, C. (Constant Verlag, 2013)
on-line / facsimile


Resolutions are always temporary, conversation with Eva Weinmayr (2020)

Geraldine Juárez, Render me grey: Interview with Possible Bodies, SINK (2019)

Listeners in the room with Katia Truijen in: Volume Magazine (September 2016)

Google Cultural Institute Interview: Geraldine Juarez (2015)

Alles wat je altijd al wou weten over koken en software, maar nooit durfde te vragen Interview: Pieter Van Bogaert

Open Source Publishing Interview: Matthew Fuller (2008)


The Fragility of Life A conversation between Simone Niquille, Femke Snelting and Jara Rocha. Rotterdam: Het Nieuwe Instituut (2017)

Tying the story to data Interviews with Evan Roth (2012)

Just ask and that will be that Interview with Asheesh Laroia (2011)

We will get to know the machine and we will understand Interview with Juliane de Moerlooze, chairwoman of Bruxelles Linux User Group (2009)

Data analysis as a discourse Interview with Michael Terry in: Tracks in Electronic Fields, Constant (2009)

Even when you are done, you are not done Interview with Chris Lilley (2007)