Welcome to Hyperrhiz, the peer-reviewed online journal specializing in new media criticism and net art.
Hyperrhiz is an open access publication produced twice-yearly along with our parent journal Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge and our monograph series project Electric Press. We welcome submissions of net art, new media scholarship and criticism, and reviews of media-related books or blogs. For submission criteria, please read our latest call for papers and our guidelines for submissions.
Currently on Hyperrhiz
Hyperrhiz 13: Kits, Plans, Schematics, edited by Helen J. Burgess and David Rieder.
Featuring kits for executable culture by:
- David M. Rieder
- Helen J. Burgess
- Melissa Rogers
- Jessica Handloff, Geoffrey Luurs, and Sarah Beth Evans
- Jay Kirby and Eddie Lohmeyer
- Duke University Speculative Sensation (S-1) Lab
- Ellen K. Foster
- Jentery Sayers and the Maker Lab in the Humanities (MLab)
- Lynn Tomlinson and Diane Kuthy
And curatorial statements and reviews by:
- Robert A. Emmons, Jr. and James J. Brown, Jr.
- Craig J. Saper