Armin Medosch

Armin Medosch is a London based writer, artist and curator.

Armin Medosch is a London based writer, artist and curator. From 1996 to 2002, he was co-editor of Telepolis, the award-winning ‘magazine of net-culture’. His latest book is Freie Netze - Free Networks, published in German (Heise Verlag, 2003), about the politics, history and culture of wireless community networks. He has contributed articles and essays to many books, catalogues, magazines and newspapers - one of his latest pieces being ‘Not Just Another Wireless Utopia’ for The Future Of Computer Arts, edited by Marina Grzinic (MKC, Maribor and Maska, Ljubljana). Medosch has recently contributed to DMZ Media Arts Festival, London; Wizards of OS3, Berlin; Futuresonica, Manchester; Transmediale 04, Berlin; Crosstalks, Brussels; Basics, Salzburg; and RAM5, Riga. He is a member of the University of Openness , and teaches as associate senior lecturer at Ravensbourne College’s postgraduate MA courses Networked Media Environments and Interactive Digital Media.