• Profile:

    Elvia Wilk is a writer and editor living in New York and Berlin. Her research areas include art that engages emerging technologies, the intersections of text-based and visual arts, the ethics of creative communities, and roleplay and social performance online and off. She contributes to publications like Frieze, Artforum, Flash Art, Art in America, Metropolis, and Die Zeit, and is currently a contributing editor at Rhizome and at e-flux journal

    Degrees Held:

    Bard College, BA 2010

    Professional Affiliations:

    transmediale festival for digital culture, Rhizome, e-flux, Universität der Künste Berlin

    Recent Publications:

    "The Word Made Fresh: Mystical encounter and the new weird divine," e-flux journal, 2018

    "Trauma Machine: Rewiring empathy with virtual reality," Popula, 2018

    "The Grammar of Work," Frieze, 2018

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    Research Interests:

    art, technology, digital culture, climate change, ethics, roleplay, science fiction, speculative fiction, text and image