HENRY ADAM SVEC

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Peer-Reviewed Academic Publications

"From the Turing Test to a Wired Carnivalesque: On the Durability of LIVINGSTON’s Artificially Intelligent Folk Songs of Canada." Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies 12.4 (2016).

"iHootenanny: A Folk Archeology of Social Media." The FibreCulture Journal 25 (2015).

"Pete Seeger’s Mediatized Folk." Journal of Popular Music Studies 27.2 (2015): 145-162.

"Brando versus Franco: Media Theorizing with the Stars." Celebrity Studies 5.3 (2014): 368-371.

"Folk Media: Alan Lomax's Deep Digitality." Canadian Journal of Communication 38.2 (2013): 227-244.

"La Commune" (with Eleanor King). Reviews in Cultural Theory 2.3 (2012): 101-103.

Who Don’t Care if the Money’s No Good?: Authenticity and The Band.”Popular Music and Society 35.3 (2012): 427-445.

“‘The Purpose of These Acting Exercises’: The Actors’ Studio and the Labours of Celebrity.” Celebrity Studies 1.3 (2010): 285-300.

"Becoming Machinic Virtuosos: Guitar Hero, Rez, and Multitudinous Aesthetics." Loading... 2.2 (2008): n.p.

Book Reviews and Interviews

Review of Radio’s New Wave: Global Sound in the Digital Era. Canadian Journal of Communication 41.1 (2016): 237-239.

“On Dallas Smythe’s ‘Audience Commodity’: An Interview with Lee McGuigan and Vincent Manzerolle.” triple C: communication, capitalism & critique 13.2 (2015).

Svec, Henry Adam. “Utopia: Social Theory and the Future.” Wi: Journal of Mobile Media 8.2 (2014): n.p.

Svec, Henry Adam. “What is Media Archeology?” New Media & Society 15.5 (2013): 807-809.

Fiction, Criticism, etc.

“Eleanor King: Dark Utopian.” C Magazine 126 (Summer 2015): 64-65.

“The Song Catcher.” (2014). In P. D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky) and S. Matviyenko (Eds.), The Imaginary App (Plate 8). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

“D’Arcy Wilson’s Tuck.” C Magazine 123 (October 2014): 49-50.

“Video Nasty: One Filmmaker’s Documentary on Porn and Addiction.” Broken Pencil 65 (October 2014): 18-19.

“Kisses for Köchel.” Framework 9/14 (Commissioned text published by the Susan Hobbs Gallery on Arnaud Maggs, September 2014): n.p.

“How We’ve Digitized Desire.” MOTHERBOARD (May 23, 2014): n.p.

“Getting Wavy With Sean Michaels and the Theremin.” Noisey (April 28, 2014): n.p.

“Michael Feuerstack Talks Singing and Songing.” Noisey (April 16, 2014): n.p.

"To Haunt All That Might Yet Come To Be: Raymond Boisjoly's Noises." The Work That Work Leaves Undone (Forest City Gallery Digital Publication): 4-5.

“When You Hear That Word.” The New Quarterly 118 (April 2011): 132-134.

“United States Patent Application 005423.” Darling-Made-Me-Do-It 004 (2011).

Various music reviews for Popmatters.