Adam Rothstein is an insurgent archivist and writes about politics, media, and technology wherever he can get a signal. He is most interested in the canons of history and prediction, the so-called “Future-Weird”, and the unstable ramifications of today’s cultural technology. He tweets as @interdome, and posts ephemera at interdome.tumblr.com. His writing website is POSZU.
Adam has contributed to:
Regular blogger at The State.
50 Cultural Perturbations – Novella.
“On the Natural History of Surveillance” - Rhizome
“Satellites of History” - The State
“Killer Mag” – The New Inquiry
“Cascadian Drone Ballads: An Introduction” – POSZU
The Portland Occupier - Served as Point-of-Contact.
Cannibalism - Novella.
LiquidSeedMossMachine - Novella.
Scab Suite - Novella.
Arse Electronika, San Francisco, CA: “Multi-Profile, Platform Based Socio-Sexual Performance Constituted thru Polyamorous Relationships”
Weird-Shit Con, Portland, OR: “Notes on a New Politic”
Public Engagement, Portland, OR: “Notes on Research into the Zwischenzug Factory” (with Rosalynn Rothstein)
Law and Disorder, Portland, OR: “The Role of Writing and Research in Developing Revolutionary Movements – Panel Participant”
Occupy Solidarity Social Forum, Olympia, WA: “Anarchist Process and Occupied Media”
The Non-Human in Anthropology, Prague, CZ: “Junk Mail Cyborgs” (with Rosalynn Rothstein)
BA 2005 Religious Studies Grinnell College
MA 2007 Philosophy The New School for Social Research
Selected Exhibitions (Solo Shows Marked With *)
*Untitled Product, Spaceworks, Tacoma, WA
*YX, Re:Vision Gallery at SCRAP, Portland, OR
Lost Valley Installation, Eugene, OR
Northwest Blue Recess Installation, Bellingham, WA
Speciation, Billboard Art Project, Corona, CA
Bordertown Group Show, Detroit Design Festival, Detroit, MI
*Tunnel Space, Red Rover Gallery, Portland, OR
*Bohemian Warehouse Installation, Portland, OR
Masks of Incognito, Re:Vision Gallery at SCRAP, Portland, OR
*please treat things as you would like them to be treated, Project Space Two, Salem, Oregon
Summer Print Show, Bamboo Grove Gallery, Portland, Oregon