My practice takes place under the auspices of the Darpa press, a publisher of artworks, software, anthologies, documentation, secrets, and correspondence. I am its secretary. Darpa is concerned with a certain uneconomic tradition of artists' publishing, and an idea of art as an aesthetic technology contra to technology.
Darpa's publications take several forms, both online and off-, including a codex of fragmented synthetic documents, a poetic word processor, and an anthology of lost causes. Each publication recollects ways that the shared technical world of the Internet might have functioned otherwise, and dreams about other ways of being together.