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Warren Neidich is a post-conceptual artist, writer and theorist. He is currently Professor of Art at the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin and founding director of the Saas Fee Summer Institute of Art. Conceptual Art today is not about immaterial objects but immaterial labor operating in the knowledge economy but also engaging the process of the brain. His work combines photography, video, painting, Internet downloads, and scotch tape and noise installations operating in social spaces and preempting future realities.

Selected Awards and Fellowships include: The Fulbright Specialist Program, Fine Arts Category, University of Cairo, 2013; The Murray and Vickie Pepper Distinguished Visiting Artist and Scholar Award, Pitzer College, 2012; The Fulbright Specialist Program Fellowship, Fine Arts Category, Faculty of Fine Arts – University Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Skopje, Macedonia, 2011; First Award for Interdisciplinarity, AKTO Festival For Contemporary Art, Bitola, Macedonia, 2011; The Vilem Flusser Theory Award, Transmediale, Berlin, 2010; International Artists Studio Program in Sweden(IASPIS), Stockholm, 2008; The British Academy Award, 2005; AHRB/ACE Arts and Science Research Fellowship. Bristol, UK 2004; Madrid Abierto Public Sculpture Competition, Madrid, Spain, 2004; McDowell Colony Residency, Peterborough, NH, USA, 1999; Bethanian Kunstlerhaus, Berlin, Germany,1994.

Selected international exhibitions including those forthcoming consist of: Ars and Flora, Bogota, Columbia, 2016, Los Angeles County Exhibitions, Los Angeles, 2016, Bar Projects, Barcelona, Spain*, Barbara Seiler Gallery, Zurich*, 2016, ZKM, Karlsruhe, 2016, LAXART, Los Angeles, 2015, Manifesta 10, Parallel Program, Saint Petersburg, Russia 2014; Red Cat Theater ,2014 Otis College of Art Ben Maltz Gallery, 2014  Townhouse Gallery, Cairo, 2013*, Fons Welters Gallery Amsterdam 2011*; MAK Center, Vienna, 2011, MUSAC, Leon, Spain, 2010, Kunsthaus Zurich, 2006; NBGK, Berlin, 2006; Kunsthaus Graz, 2006; Los Angeles County Museum, 2006; Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, 2004; Studio Museum of Harlem, 2003; California Museum of Photography, Riverside, 2002*; Edward Mitterand Gallery, 2002*; Storefront for Art and Architecture, 2002*; The Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, 2001*; The Whitney Museum of American Art, 2001; Artists Space, 2001, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, 1995; Villa Arson, Nice, France, 1994;P.S.1, MOMA, Long Island City, 1991;The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, 1989; The Walker Art Center, 1989; Aperture Foundation, New York City, 1989; Queens Museum of Art 1988; White Columns, 1988; Museum Ludwig, Koln, 1988.

*Denotes solo exhibition

His work has been featured and reviewed in Artforum, Art in America, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Teme Celeste, Time Out New York, The New Yorker, and Flash Art Kunstforum International just to name a few.

Dr. Neidich is the author of Blow-up: Photography, Cinema and the Brain, DAP New York City, Cognitive Architecture: From Biopolitics to Noo Politics, 010 Publishers, Rotterdam The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism, Part 1 and 2 by Archive Press, Berlin, Resistance is Fertile by Merve Verlag, Berlin and the forthcoming The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism: Part 3 by Archive Press, Berlin.

In 2013-2014 he was visiting artists at the following institutions: The GSD, Harvard University, Princeton University School of Architecture, The Dusseldorf Academy, Konstfach, Stockholm, The Jan Van Eyck Academy, The Royal Academy of Art, Den Haag, University of California, San Diego, California Institute of Technology, University of Washington, Keble College, Oxford, England and Goldsmiths College, London, just to name a few.

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2013 Fulbright Scholar Program, American University Cairo, EG
2012 Studio Grant, Townhouse Gallery, Cairo, EG
2011 Fulbright Scholar Program, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Skopje, MK
2011 MacDowell Foundation Studio Grant, Peterborough, New Hampshire, US
2010 Vilém Flusser Theory Award, Transmediale, Berlin, DE
2008 International Artists Studio Program in Sweden (IASPIS), Stockholm, SE
2006 Fellow, The Center for Cognition, Computation and Culture, Goldsmiths College, London, UK
2005 Finalist, Creative Capital Artist Grant, New York, NY, US
2005 British Academy Fellowship (in collaboration with Jules Davidoff), London, UK
2004 Arts Council of England Research Fellowship (in collaboration with Scott Lash), London, UK
2004 AHRB/ACE Arts and Science Research Fellowship, Bristol, UK
2004 Madrid Abierto Public Sculpture Competition, Madrid, ES
1998 MacDowell Foundation, Petersborough, New Hampshire, US
1994 Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, DE
1994 Villa Arson, Nice, FR
1993 Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, DE


2018 NEUROMACHT – Noise and the Possibility of a Future PRISKA PASQUER, Cologne, Germany
2017 Color of Politics, The Statisticon Neon, Kunstverein Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Berlin, DE
2016 The Statisticon, Miami Contemporary Projects, Bogota, Colombia
2016 Infinite Spectres and the Anarchy of Time Plus 1, Barbara Seiler Gallery, Zurich, CH
2016 The Palinopsic Field, LACE, Los Angeles, CA, US
2016 The Artists’ Library LAXART, Los Angeles, CA, US
2015 Equal not Equal, LAXART, Los Angeles, CA, US
2014 NSA-USA: Sound as Prophecy, Manifesta 10 Parallel Program, curated by Joanna Warsza, Saint Petersburg, RU
2013 How do you translate a text that is not a text? How do you perform a score that is not a score? Townhouse Gallery, Cairo, EG
2012 The Noologist’s Handbook, Gallery P74, Lujbjiana, SI
2011 Horizon Swell, Fons Welters Gallery, Amsterdam, NL
2011 Emancipating the Archive, Galería Moriarty, Madrid, ES
2011 Acceptable Difference, Pluripotentiality and Painting, Belgrade Cultural Center, curated by Maja Ciric, Belgrade RS
2010 Book Exchange, Glenn Horowitz Gallery, East Hampton, NY, US
2008 Each Rainbow Must Retain the Chromatic Signature, Magnus Müller Gallery, Berlin, DE
2006 Earthling 2, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London, UK
2005 Earthling, Michael Steinberg Fine Arts, New York, NY, US
2002 Warren Neidich: The Mutated Observer, Part 2. California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA, US
2002 Remapping, Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York, US
2002 Remapping, Edward Mitterrand Gallery, Geneva, CH
2001 Warren Neidich: The Mutated Observer, Part 1, California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA, US
2001 The Camp O.J. Installation, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California, US
2000 Beyond the Vanishing Point: Media and Myth in America, University of Virginia Bayle Art Museum, Charlottesville, Virginia, US
1997 Re-cognition, Steffany Martz Gallery, New York, NY, US
1996 Pollock: Holding a Crow With Alchemy, Steffany Martz Gallery, New York City, NY, US
1994 Cultural Residue, Villa Arson, Nice, FR
1993 Perspectif Space, Rotterdam, NL
1991 Historical Interventions, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA, US
1991 The Battle of Chickamauga, Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA, US
1989 American History Reinvented, Aperture Foundation, New York, NY, US


2018 This Is Not a Selfie, curated by Deborah Irmas, San José Museum of Art, San Jose CA travelled to
Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA, and the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL.
2016 The Phylogenesis of Possession, 44 Salón Nacional de Artistas, Aun, Colombia, Sept 2016, COL
2016 The Right to Be Unhappy, Bar Projects and the Antonio Tapies Foundation, curated by Juan Canela, Barcelona, ES
2015 Both Sides of Sunset, Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, US
2015 The Search Drive, “Globale: Infosphäre,” Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, curated by Peter Weibel, Daria Mille and Giulia Bini, Karlsruhe, DE
2015 Theorem, Mana Contemporary, curated by Octavio Zaya, Jersey City, NJ, US
2014 Sleuthing the Mind, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, curated by Ellen K. Levy, New York, NY, US
2014 /seconds, Sharjah Art Foundation, curated by Peter Lewis, Sharjah, AE
2014 Cartography of the Mind’s Eye, Barbara Seiler Gallery, Zurich, CH
2014 NSA-USA: Sound as Prophecy, REDCAT Winter Studio, Los Angeles, CA, US
2014 Freeway Studies #2, Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis College of Arts and Design, curated by Meg Linton, Los Angeles, CA, US
2014 Connecting Sound Etc. Cable Works, Cable Sounds, Cables Everywhere, freiraum quartier21 INTERNATIONAL, curated by Georg Weckwerth, Vienna, AT
2012 Oh Crisis, Frankendael Foundation, Amsterdam, NL
2011 Studies for a Catalogue, Flat Time House, curated by Mathieu Copeland, London, UK
2011 Uncommon Places, Extra City, curated by Pieter Vermuelen, Antwerp, BE
2011 Neue Welt: View over Autocenter, SALT Foundation, Basel, CH
2011 Spring Exhibition, Kunsthal Charlottenberg, Copenhagen, DK
2011 Love Letters to a Surrogate, MuKHA, Antwerp, BE
2011 Envisioning Buildings: Reflecting Architecture in Contemporary Art Photography, MAK Center, curated by Simon Rees, Vienna, AT
2010 100 Exhibition, Autocenter, curated by Joep van Liefland and Maik Schierloh, Berlin, DE
2010 Bringing Up Knowledge, MUSAC, Curated by Octavio Zaya, León, ES
2009 Back to the Future, Coma Gallery, Curated by Carson Chan, Berlin, DE
2009 Scorpio’s Garden, Temporary Kunsthalle, curated by Kristin Roepstorff, Berlin, DE
2009 The Fax Show, The Drawing Center, curated by João Ribas, New York, NY, US
2007 Multitasking, NGBK, curated by Barbara Lauterbach, Berlin, DE. Continued to: Stedelijk Museum, NL; Overbeck Gesellschaft, Lübeck, DE; La Filature, Mulhouse, FR
2007 Saloon, Special Projects, Moscow Biennial, Curated by Adina Popescu, Moscow, RU
2007 House Trip, Art Forum Berlin, Curated by Ami Barak, Berlin, DE
2006 The Expanded Eye, Kunsthaus Zurich, Curated by Bice Curiger, Zurich, CH
2006 Protections, Kunsthaus Graz, Curated by Adam Budak and Christine Peters, Graz, AT
2006 Sweet Dreams: Contemporary Art and Complicity, The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia, Curated by Johanna Drucker, Charlottesville, Virginia, US
2006 Masquerade, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, curated by Deborah Irmas, Los Angeles, CA, US
2004 Silent: A State of Being. Madrid Abierto Public Sculpture Competition, Madrid, ES
2005 Go-Between, Magazin4/ Bregenzer Kunstverein, Curated by Dr. Wolfgang Fetz and Peter Lewis, Bregenz, AT
2005 Library, Librarie, Institute of Contemporary Art, Curated by IDEA London, UK
2005 New Economy, Columbia University Art Gallery, Curated by Eric Angles, New York, NY, US
2005 CAC TV, Contemporary Arts Center, Curated by Raimundas Malašauskas, Vilnius, LT
2004 Synesthesia, a Neuroaesthetics Exhibition, Institute of Contemporary Art, Curated by Chloe Vaitsou, London, UK
2004 Everything is Connected, He, He, He, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Curated by Gunnar Kvaran, Oslo, NO
2004 Silent: A State of Being, Madrid Abierto Public Sculpture Competition, Curated by Jorge Diaz, Madrid, ES
2003 Harlem Postcards, The Studio Museum in Harlem, Curated by Christine Kim, New York, NY, US
2003 Fröhliche Wissenschaft, Brandenburgischer Kunstverein, Curated by Wilfried Dickoff, Potsdam, DE
2001 Bitstreams, Whitney Museum of American Art, Curated by Larry Rinder, New York, NY, US
2001 Urban Pornography: Project Room, Artists Space, Curated by Lauri Firstenberg, New York, NY, US
2001 Optical Verve, Ottawa Art Gallery, Curated by Sylvie Fortin, Ottawa, CA
1997 Making It Real, Aldrich Museum of Art, Curated by Vik Muniz, Ridgefield, Colorado, US. Continued to: Reykjavik Municipal Art Museum, Reykjavik, IS; University of Virginia Bayly Art Museum, Virginia, US; Portland Museum of Art, Maine, US; Bakalar Gallery at Massachusetts College of Art, Massachusetts, US; Emerson Gallery at Hamilton College, New York, US
1996 Ports of Entry: William S. Burroughs and the Arts, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Curated by Robert Sobieszek. Los Angeles, CA, US. Continued to: Spencer Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri, US
1995 Mapping a Response to MOMA, American Fine Arts, Curated by Peter Fend, New York, NY, US
1995 Photography After Photography, Aktionsforum Praterinsel, Curated by Hubertus von Amelunxen, Stefan Iglhaut and Florian Rotzer, Munich, DE. Continued to: Kunsthalle Krems, Krems, AT; Städtische Galerie Erlangen, Erlangen, DE; Brandenburgische Kunstsammlungen, Cottbus, DE; Museet for Fotokunst, Odense,  DK; Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur, CH; The Finnish Museum of Photography, Helsinki, FN; Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, US
1993 Fontanelle, Kunstpeicher, Curated by Christoph Tannert, Potsdam, DE
1992 Salvage Utopia, AC Project Room, Curated by Paul Bloodgood and Alissa Friedman, New York, NY, US
1992 Summer Show, Blum Helman Warehouse, Curated by Max Lang, New York, NY, US
1991 New York Stories, P.S.1. Institute for Contemporary Art, Curated by Richard Wasko, New York, NY, US
1991 Des Vessies et des Lanternes, Palais de Tokyo, Curated by Allain D’hooge, Paris, FR
1989 Photography of Invention, National Museum of American Art, Curated by Joshua Smith, Washington DC, US. Continued to: The Museum of Contemporary Art, Illinois, US; Walker Museum Of Art, Minnesota; US
1988 Vom Landschaftsbild zur Spurensicherung, Museum Ludwig, Curated by Reinhold Misselbeck, Cologne, DE
1998 Television and Art, Queens Museum, Curated by Mark Miller, Queens, NY, US
1998 The Nature of the Real, White Columns, Curated by Renee Ricardo and Paul Laster, New York, NY, US


2016 Art and the Politics of IndividuationThe Saas Fee Summer Institute of Art, Saas-Fee, Berlin, DE
2016 The Artist Library, LAXART, Los Angeles, CA, US
2015 Double Jeopardy: Hollywood Emigrés and the second “Red Scare” (1947-1952), Goethe Institut, Los Angeles, in association with Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions and Villa Aurora, Los Angeles, CA, US
2015 Art & the Politics of Estrangement, Founding Director, The Saas Fee Summer Institute of Art, Saas-Fee, CH
2015 Noise and the Possibility For a Future, in association with Cal Arts and the Goethe-Institut, Los Angeles, CA, US
2015 Hollywood Blacklist, Printed Matter Los Angeles Art Book Fair, Los Angeles, CA, US
2012 The Noologists Handbook, Cabinet, Archive Books, Berlin, DE
2012 Resistance is Futile/Resistance is Fertile, SKOR, Public Sculpture, Amsterdam, NL
2011-12Art in the Parking Space, LAXART, Los Angeles, CA, US
2011 The Noologists Handbook, Emily Harvey Foundation, New York, NY, US
2011 Love Letter to a Surrogate, MUKHA, Antwerp, BE
2010 Love Letters From a Surrogate, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA, US
2010 Re-enacting Unknown Artist at the Paris Bar, Berlin, DE (originally installed with Martin Kippenberger at the Paris Bar, 1994)
2010 In the Mind’s I, curated by Linus Elmes, UKS-Unge Kunstneres, Samfund/Young Artist Society, Oslo, NO
2010 Love Letter for a Surrogate, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA, US
2010 Perform, Now! In the Mind’s I, curated by Laurie Firstenberg, Human Resources Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, US
2009 In the Mind’s I, curated by Emmanuel Lambion, Maison Gregoire, Brussels, BE
2009 Some cursory comments concerning my wall drawing, curated by Joao Ribas, The Drawing Center, NY, US
2009 In Collaboration with Eric Angles, Nathalie Angles, Elena Bajo, Warren Neidich and Jakob Schillinger, Exhibition Exhibition, New York, NY, US
2007 The Re-distribution of the Sensible, Magnus Müller Gallery, Berlin, DE
2005 Neuroaesthetics Conference, Goldsmiths College, London, UK
2004 Neuroaesthetic Reading Room, in collaboration with Johan van Lierop, Goldsmiths College, London, UK
1999 Conceptual Art as Neurobiological Praxis, Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY, CA
1997 Artbrain.org and the The Journal of Neuroaesthetics, Founding Editor, New York, NY, US
1996 Spot Art Foundation, Founder, New York, NY, US


2015 Tripping the Light FantasticCinque Garzoni Art Film Festival, Venice, IT
2015 The Search Drive, Zentrum fur Kunst and Media
2014 NSA:USA, Manifesta 10 Parallel Program, Saint Petersburg, RU
2013 How Do You Translate a Text that is Not a Text: How Do You Perform a Score that is Not a Score?
2012 Infinite Replay of Ones Own Self Destruction
2012 Data Murmur, Goethe Institute, Los Angeles, CA, US
2011 Making of the Hogarth Painting, Belgrade Cultural Center, Belgrade, RS
2011 In the Minds I Nuwella, (2014) Archive Kabinett, Berlin, DE
2010 In the Minds I Huang, (2014) Archive Kabinett, Berlin, DE
2010 Repainting Flag, (2011) Belgrade Cultural Center, Belgrade, RS
2006 Earthling Trytich, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London, UK
2004 Earthling Trytich, Michael Steinberg Gallery, New York, NY, US
2003 Degas Memory, Brandenburg Kunstverein, Brandenberg, DE
2002 Blind Man’s Bluff, Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York, NY, US
2002 Taos Pueblo Looping, California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA, US
2002 F Stop Birdsong, California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA, US
2002 Kiss 2000, California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA, US
2002 Memorial Day 1998, California Museum of Photography, Riverside CA, US
2002 Apparatusn1998, (2002) California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA, US
2001 Being Prada Seen, (2002) Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottowa, CA
2000 Thinking Taos, Harwood Art Museum, Santa Fe, NM, US
1999 Lost Keys 1999, McDowell Colony, Petersborough, NH, US
1997 Brainwash, Stephanie Martz Gallery, New York, NY & (2002) California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA, US


2016 The Palinospsic Field, Andy Cambell, Artforum, October, 2016  
2016 Artist Warren Neidich Talks New Exhibition, Cycles of Fear and Discrimination, Merry Jane on-line, Ben Adams
2016 Neidich, Warren. The Palinopsic Field, Exhibition at LACE, Los Angeles, Purple Art, July 5, 2016, Hannah Bhuiya
2016 Here’s Why the Lavender Scare Still Matters, Vice.com, Tanja M. Laden, June, 2016
2014 Neidich, Warren. How do you Translate a Text that is not a Text? How do you perform a score that is not a Score? PAJ Journal of Performance and Art, MIT Press
2014 Brandl, Esther. Warren Neidich: Breaking the Noise Barrier. MQ Museum Quarter, Berlin
2014 Duende und das neurobiologische Erhaben. Springerin Heft 4- Herbst, Berlin
2014 Hutton, Noah. Sleuthing the Mind: Exhibition Review. The Beautiful Brain, November 9
2012 Gisbourne, Mark. “Fields of Consciousness: The Ghost in the Machine.” Journal Photography and Culture, 5(1): 53-76
2011 Segbars, Jack. Horizon Swell at Fons Welters. Metropolis M, 5
2011 Dvernoy, Sophie. Warren Neidich and Elena Bajo Turn Parking Spaces Into Performance Art. LA Weekly Blog, Thursday, July 7
2011 Neuropower, (A+A) Art and Architecture, June, p. 124,125
2010 Busing, Nicole and Heiko Klaas. Warren Neidich. Dare Magazine, 70-77
2010 Kubicki, Kathy. Reinventing History: Warren Neidich, Photography, Re- enactment, and Contemporary Event Culture. Visual Resources, June 26 (2)
2010 Neubauer, Susanne. On Visualized Vision in the Early Photographic Work of Warren Neidich. Theory, Culture and Society: The Annual Review, 27(7/8): 306-323
2010 Pejic, Bojana. Ein Porträt des Künstlers als Unbekannt. Kunstforum International, October-November: 204
2009­ Carlin, T.J. The Best New Art. Time Out New York, 713
2009 Carlin, T.J. Do It Yourself. Art in America Online, June 18
2009 Miller, Daniel. The Power of Art. Frieze Magazine, July
2008 Popescu, Adina. Warren Neidich. Artforum, Summer
2008 Thea Harold. In der Werkstatt. Tagesspiegel, Berlin, May 10
2008 Christiane Meixner. Zeigen, was man hat. Tagesspiegel, Berlin May 3
2008 Rule, Alix. Round-Up: Best Shows in Berlin this Month. Saatchi Online, April 5
2006 Bortolotti, Maurizio. Art and Resistance. Domus, December
2006 Gisbourne, Mark, My Vision – Ideen fur die Welt von morgen, Exhibition Catalogue
2006 Young Collector Stefan Levine: Gas Man, Art/Basel/Miami Beach Magazine, December, 72
2005 Drucker, Johanna, Sweet Dreams: Contemporary Art and Complicity. University of Chicago Press: 186-197
2005 Obrist, Hans Ulrich. Warren Neidich. Spot Magazine, Houston Center of Photography, Spring
2005 Around Town. The New Yorker, September 19
2005 Williams, Val. Photos, Histories, Absurdities. Photoworks, Spring/Summer, 42-47
2004 Ellegood, Anne. Silent Happenings. Public Execution, Exit Art, Exhibition catalogue
2003 Paul, Christiane. Digital Art. Thames and Hudson, New York
2002 Boone, Lisa. Photographs and Distortion. Los Angeles Times Weekend, November 11
2002 Dannatt, Adrian. Brainy. The Art Newspaper, September, 128: 26-27
2002 Ruthe, Ingebourg. Poelzig und die Kunstvitrine. Berliner Zeitung, February
2002 Valdez, Sarah. Warren Neidich at the Laguna Art Museum. Art in America, February
2002 Welzel, Petra. Augen auf und durch. Die Tageszeitung, February 26
2002 Carlos Brillembourg. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall. Storefront for Art and Architecture, September 14
2001 Carvalo, Denise. Bitstreams. Flash Art, May/June
2001 Letran, Vivian. The Natural and the Unnatural. Los Angeles Times, July 27
2001 Paul, Christiane. Hotlist, Artbrain, www.artbrain.org. Artforum, October
2001 Rinder, Larry. Art in the Digital Age. BitStreams, Whitney Museum of American Art, Exhibition catalogue
1999 Basha, Regine. Performing Observations; Recent Work by Warren Neidich. Performance Arts Journal, Spring
1999 Bryson, Norman. Summer 1999 at Tate. Tate Gallery, Exhibition essay, July: 4-5
1999 Mahoney, Robert. Millennium at Tate. Time Out, July 11–17, 201: 52
1999 Smith, Roberta. Conceptual Art: Over and Yet Everywhere. The New York Times, April 25
1999 Critics Pick; Conceptual Art as a Neurobiological Praxis. Time Out, March-April
1999 Regine Basha. Performing Observations; Recent Work by Warren Neidich. Performance Arts Journal, Spring
1999 Critics Pick; Alternative, Alternative. Time Out, April 2-9
1999 Sue Spaid. Seeing Eye, Conceptual Art as a Neurobiological Praxis. Village Voice, April 27
1998 Lebowitz, Cathy. Warren Neidich at Steffany Martz. Art in America, April
1997 Princethal, Nancy. In the Flow at Franklin Furnace. Art in America, October 10
1997 Clark, Graham. Oxford History of Art: The Photograph. Oxford University Press
1997 Muniz, Vik and Luc Sante. Making It Real. Independent Curators International, Exhibition Catalogue
1996 Von Amelunxen, Hubertus. Photography after Photography: Memory and Representation in the Digital Age, G+B Arts
1996 Levin, Kim. Art Choices. Village Voice, July 9-16
1996 Levin, Kim. Art Short List: Sweat. Village Voice, July 16: 9
1996 Mahoney, Robert. Warren Neidich: Pollock Holding a Crow with Alchemy. Time Out, 44
1996 Sobieszek, Robert. Ports of Entry: William S. Burroughs and the Arts.
 Los Angeles Museum of Art, exhibition catalogue.
1996 Photography after Photography, Frieze, May
1996 Hubertus von Amelunxen, Photography after Photography: Memory and Representation in the Digital AgeGrand Barts
1994 Kandel, Susan. Slight of Hand. Los Angeles Times, June 9
1993 Clewing, Ulrich. Wink mit dem Zaunpfahl. Zitty, October
1993 Fricke, Harald. Wieder aus der Natur Schoepfen. Die Tageszeitung, June
1993 Fricke, Harald. Richtige Form, Richtige Farbe, im Richtigen Movement. Die Tageszeitung, June
1993 Gisela Sonnenburg. Schmauch…Schrie…das Protokoll. Naives Deutschland, June
1993 Levin, Kim. Best Bets Art. The Village Voice, February
1990 Kloehn, Peter. A-historical Williamsburg. Artscribe, March/April, 80
1989 Carrington, Calas. Of Baudrillard, Lies and Women. Art Review, May/June
1989 Goldberg, Vicki. The Real America. American Photographer, December
1989 Smith, Joshua. Photography of Invention. Smithsonian Museum Press
1989 Welchman, John. Turning Japanese (In). Artforum, April 27

Books and Catalogues

2016 Neidich, Warren, ed. The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism, Part 3, Archive Press, Berlin, DE
2015 Neidich, Warren. Resistance is Fertile, Collected Essays of Warren Neidich, Merve Verlag, Berlin, DE
2014 Neidich, Warren, ed. The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism, Part 2, Archive Press, Berlin, DE
2013 Milevska, Sizana, ed. The Berlin Works: The Noologists Handbook and Other Art Experiments, Archive Press, Berlin, DE
2010 Neidich, Warren. The Sarah Palin Memorial Library. Glenn Horowitz Books, East Hampton, NY, US
2010 Neidich, Warren and Deborah Hauptman eds. Cognitive Architecture: From Biopolitics to Noo-Power, 010 Press, Rotterdam, NE
2010 Neidich, Warren and Elena Bajo eds. Me, Myself and I: Conversation with Oneself, Input #2, New York, NY, US
2010 Neidich, Warren guest ed. With Sreshta Rit Premnath, Pluri-potentiality, Shifter Magazine #16, New York, NY, US
2009 Neidich, Warren ed. with essays by Lia Gangitano, Sven-Olaf Wallenstein, forward by Freek Lomme. Lost between the Extensivity / Intensivity Exchange,Onomatopee, Eindhoven, NL
2005 Neidich, Warren ed. with essays by Barry Schwabsky and interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Earthling, Pointed Leaf Press, New York, NY, US
2003 Neidich, Warren with an introduction by Norman Bryson. Blow-up: Photography, Cinema and the Brain, Distributed Art Publishing, Inc. and the University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, US
2000 Steinback, Charles, Stephen Marguiles and David Hunt. Warren Neidich: Camp O.J. Distributed Art Publishing, Inc. and Bayly Art Museum. Charlottesville, VA, US
1994 Bernard, Christian ed. with introduction by Philip Pocock. Warren Neidich/Cultural Residue: Contamination – Decontamination, Villa Arson, Nice, FR
1993 Pedjick, Bodjana, Unknown Artist, Fricke & Schmid, New York, NY, US
1991 Joselit, David, Ron Platt and Anita Doutha. Warren Neidich: Historical In(ter)vention. M.I.T. List Center, Cambridge, MA, US
1989 Dietz, Steve ed. with essays by Linda Day, Reinhold Misselbeck, Christopher Philips, Lew Thomas and John Welchman, American History Reinvented, Aperture, New York, NY, US