Koosel, Stacey (ed). Hive Mind. Kunstihoone, Tallinn, 2018.

Koosel, Stacey. Taaniel Raudsepp Interview., Tallinn, 2018/3.

Koosel, Stacey. Beige Magic. 27/08/2018. 

Koosel, Stacey (ed). Estonian Art 2/2018. Estonian Institute, Tallinn, 2018.

Koosel, Stacey (ed). Estonian Art 20. Estonian Institute, Tallinn, 2018.

Koosel, Stacey (ed). Estonian Art 1/2018. Estonian Institute, Tallinn, 2018.

Koosel, Stacey. Freedom! 2118 #EV200 Art Programme. Sirp, Tallinn, 23.02.2018. 

Koosel, Stacey. Off-Road Conceptualist: Krist Gruijthuijsen. Mousse Magazine, 2017. 

Koosel, Stacey (ed). Estonian Art 2/2017. Estonian Institute, Tallinn, 2/2017.

Koosel, Stacey (ed). Estonian Art 1/2017. Estonian Institute, Tallinn, 1/2017.

Koosel, Stacey. More Human Than Human., Tallinn, 2017/2.

Koosel, Stacey. Kõrvalradade kontseptualist. Sirp, Tallinn, 

Koosel, Stacey (ed). Estonian Art 1/2016. Estonian Institute, Tallinn, 1/2016.

Koosel, Stacey. Tabud ja testamendid. Sirp, Tallinn, 

Koosel, Stacey. Digital identity and everyday activism: sharing private stories with networked publics. Information, Communication & Society. London: Routledge Press, 2016.

Koosel, Stacey. TL;DR and Temporality Shifts in Digital Culture. Association of Internet Researchers: SPIR – Selected Publications of Internet Research, 2016.

Koosel,Stacey. Nii uus Ars sünnibki. Sirp, Tallinn.10.06.2016. 

Koosel, Stacey. Peegli taga: Endlid ja kunst. Sirp, Tallinn.02.10.2015.

Koosel, Stacey. The Rengotiated Self: Social Media’s Effects on Identity. Doctoral Dissertation, Tallinn: Estonian Academy of Arts, 2015. 

Koosel, Stacey. The Chairman Goes to Venice. Estonian Art, Tallinn, 1/2015.

Koosel, Stacey. All Designed to Blow Your Mind., Tallinn, 2015/3.

Koosel, Stacey. Litri ülistuseks. Sirp, Tallinn, 29.05.2015.

Koosel, Stacey. Digitaalne identiteet ja nartsissism. Sirp, Tallinn, 15.05.2015.

Koosel, Stacey and Marisa Gomez. The Hypnotist Collector: An Estonian/Spanish Art Exchange . Interartive. a platform for contemporary art and thought, Issue #62, 2014.

Koosel, Stacey and Raivo Kelomees. Privacy Experiments in Public and Artistic Spaces. MiT8: Public Media, Private Media. Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013.

Koosel, Stacey.  Artists and Digital Culture: (the strain of) Self-Promotion in Social Media. Media Transformations Journal, Kaunas, Vol. 10 / 2013.

Koosel, Stacey. Ethnographies of Social Networks: How Artists Negotiate Digital Identity. Interartive: Contemporary Art and Thought. Interartive Issue #52 Barcelona, 2013. 

Koosel, Stacey M. “Exploring Digital Identity: Beyond the Private Public Paradox” in  The Digital Turn: User’s Practices and Cultural Transformations. Runnel, Pille / Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, Pille  Viires, Piret / Laak, Marin (eds.) Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien: Peter Lang, 2013.

Koosel, Stacey. Digital Identity Narratives. Duluth: Litwin Books, Fall 2013. (Forthcoming)

Koosel, Stacey. McLuhan’s Philosophy of Media’ – Centennial Conference. “Surfing the Digital Wave: Digital Identity as Extension.” Contact Forum Series of The Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts, 2012.

Koosel, Stacey. Mustard Seed Forest Review. Interartive: Contemporary Art and Thought.  Interartive Issue #43 Barcelona, 2012.

Koosel, Stacey. Digital Identity Narratives. MiT7: Media in Transition 7, Unstable Platforms: the promise and peril of transition. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2011.

Koosel, Stacey. Discourses in Digital Culture Research. Kunstgeschichte Open Peer Review Journal, 2011.

Koosel, Stacey. Digital Identity: The Private and Public Paradox. Transforming culture, transforming users in the digital age. eBook, 2010.


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