Technofeminisms: The Future Cunt

David Burrows, Simon O'Sullivan in Fictioning: The Myth-Functions of Contemporary Art and Philosophy

VNS Matrix

VNS Matrix in The Art Happens Here: Net Art Anthology


Challenges to immateriality

Melissa Gronlund in Contemporary Art and Digital Culture

We Make Art with our Cunts

Georgia Dearden in Pyura Chilensis


(New) Media

Karen T. Keifer-Boyd in Gender: Sources, Perspectives, and Methodologies

A Brief History of Cyberfeminism

Izabella Scott in Artsy

Feminist Worldbuilding in the Australian Cyberswamp

Claire L. Evans in Rhizome

The cyberfeminists who called themselves ‘the future cunt’

Evelyn Wang in Dazed


‘We Are the Future Cunt’

Claire L. Evans in Motherboard, Vice

An Oral History of the First Cyberfeminists

Claire L. Evans in Motherboard, Vice


Kate Mondloch in The Johns Hopkins Guide to Digital Media

Monstrous Agents

Tully Barnett in Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology


Revisiting Cyberfeminism

Susanna Paasonen in Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research



Kerstin Mey in Art & Obscenity



Darren Tofts in Interzone: Media Arts in Australia


Early Internet Art

Rachel Greene in Internet Art

The Cyberfeminist Fantasy of the Pleasure of the Cyborg

Yvonne Volkart in Cyberfeminism. Next Protocols


Cyberfeminism and Artificial Life

Sarah Kember in Cyberfeminism and Artificial Life


Marco Deseriis, Giuseppe Marano in NET.ART


Digital Culture

Charlie Gere in Digital Cultures

Prefiguring Cyberculture

Darren Tofts, Annemarie Jonson, Alessio Cavaliaro in Prefiguring Cyberculture: An Intellectual History


Working the Screen

Wayne Ashley in RealTime + On Screen: Working the Screen 2001


“Slimy metaphors for technology: ‘the clitoris is a direct line to the Matrix’”

Jyanni Steffensen in eWRe electronic Writing Research ensemble

A Report on Cyberfeminism

Alex Galloway in Switch|Journal

All New Gen

VNS Matrix in Virtual Futures: Cyberotics, Technology and Post-Human Pragmatism

Attack of the CyberFeminists

Mary-Anne Breeze in Switch|Journal


Love and Freedom

Alison MacKinnon in Love and Freedom: Professional Women and the Reshaping of Personal Life

Suffragettes to She-Devils

Liz McQuiston in Suffragettes to She-Devils: Women's Liberation and Beyond

techné cultures

Mike Leggett in RealTime

Zeros and Ones

Sadie Plant in Zeros and Ones: Digital Women and the New Technoculture


Australian Women Artists & New Media Technologies

Kathy Cleland in Mesh: Journal of Experimenta Media Arts

Game Girls

VNS Matrix in DIY Feminism

VNS Matrix: Cyberfeminists

Francesca da Rimini in artwork: Community Arts Network SA


AOL: Acker-On-Line

Rosie Cross in 21•C magazine

Cyber dykes R Us

Jane Szita in Wired


Rosie Cross in 21•C magazine

Maps: Territories: Subject: corpusfantasticaMOO

VNS Matrix in Nonlocated online: Digital territories, incorporations and the matrix

Rise of the Cyber-Fems

Ruth Hessey in Juice

The Future is Fe/Male

Steve Beard in i-D



VNS Matrix in Unnatural: Techno-Theory for a Contaminated Culture

All New Gen

Nemira Schick in Wicked Women: A Magazine of Lesbian Sex and Sexuality

Art Forums

Kevin Murray in Broadsheet

babes in boyland

Pippa Leary in (not only) Black+White

Game Grrrls

in Hyper>> Australasia's only independent games mag

Girls in Cyberspace

Jyanni Steffensen in RealTime

Letter From Birmingham

Dr. Sadie Plant in Broadsheet

Morphing the Oz indie film scene paradigm

David Cox in Filmnews

Women Computing and Culture

Peter Bishop, Maureen Dyer and Penelope Griffin (eds.) in Women Computing and Culture: proceedings of the 1994 conference

Women Taking Space in Cyberculture

Bernadette Flynn in Gender Representations in the Arts


Against ‘Neofuturism’

Zoë Sofia in Artlink Magazine SCAN+ Volume 4 1993 Special Supplement

All New Gen

Cath Kenneally in Photofile

Engineering Poetics

Graeme Byrne in Arena Magazine


VNS Matrix, Graham Harrison, Michael Agar in Broadsheet

Nintendo’s New World Order

McKenzie Wark in World Art

Under the VR Spell?

Glenda Nalder in eyeline: east coast contemporary visual arts

Welcome to the world of ALL NEW GEN

VNS Matrix in Frame-work: The N E double U Issue: Arts, Media and Technologies


Forget Barbie, Let’s Slime

Lisa Pears in Temper magazine