Texts by Warren Neidich
The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism: Part One, eds. Arne De Boever and Warren Neidich, Archive Books, Berlin, 2013.
ArteEast Quarterly, ed. Aaron Cezar, January 2012. View Journal Online
Reprise #1, Ed Mathieu Copeland, 2011, pps: 10-17.
Shifter 16, Pluripotential, Ed. Sreshta Rit Premnath and Warren Neidich, April 2010. 173-187
Smug Magazine, #1, Dec. 2009
Lost between the Extensivity / Intensivity Exchange. Onomatopee, Eindhoven: 2009. 128 pages, hard cover.
Blow up: Photography, Cinema and the Brain, D.A.P. and the University of California, Riverside, 2003.
Books and Catalogues
The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism: Part OneJonathan Beller, Franco “Bifo” Berardi, Arne De Boever, Jodi Dean, Warren Neidich, Patricia Pisters, Jason Smith, Tiziana Terranova, Bruce Wexler
Archive Books, 2013
Cognitive Architecture. From Bio-politics to Noo-politicsEdited by Deborah Hauptmann and Warren Neidich
Published by 010 Publishers, Rotterdam.
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Lost between the Extensivity / Intensivity ExchangeEssays by Lia Gangitano, Sven-Olaf Wallenstein, forward by Freek Lomme
Onomatopee, Eindhoven: 2009. 128 pages, hard cover, full color.
EarthlingEssays by Barry Schwabsky and Interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist
Pointed Leaf Press, New York, NY, 2005.
Blow-up: Photography, Cinema and the BrainEssays by Warren Neidich, with an introduction by Norman Bryson
D.A.P. and the University of California, Riverside, 2003.
Camp O.J.Photographs of Warren Neidich, texts by Charles Steinback and David Hunt
Bayle Art Museum, 2000.
Cultural Residue: Contamination and DecontaminationPhilip Pocock
Villa Arson catalogue, Nice, France, 1994.
Unknown ArtistEssay by Bodjana Pedjick
Fricke & Schmid, New York: 1993.
Warren Neidich: Historical In(ter)ventionDavid Joselit, Introduction by Ron Platt and Anita Doutha
M.I.T. List Center (catalogue), Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1991.
American History ReinventedEditor: Steve Dietz, photographs by Warren Neidich, essays by Linda Day, Reinhold Misselbeck, Christopher Philips, Lew Thomas and John Welchman
Aperture, New York: 1989.