Hello, this is a simple, forever in-progress website for Geoff Cox, who amongst other things is Professor of Art and Computational Culture at London South Bank University (UK), where he is co-Director of Centre for the Study of the Networked Image (CSNI), and co-Director of MA Curating Art and Public Programmes (with Whitechapel Gallery), and also Adjunct in Digital Design and Information Studies at Aarhus University (DK). With Jacob Lund, he is co-editor of The Contemporary Condition book series published by Sternberg Press (since 2016), and with Joasia Krysa, co-editor of the open access DATA browser book series published by Open Humanities Press (since 2018, earlier with Autonomedia). With Christian Ulrik Andersen, he co-runs a yearly workshop/publication in collaboration with transmediale festival for art and digital culture in Berlin (since 2012), and is co-editor of the associated open access online journal APRJA, hosted by the Royal Danish Library. He has published widely, most often in collaboration, including: with Alex McLean, Speaking Code: Coding as Aesthetic and Political Expression (MIT Press, 2013); with Jacob Lund, The Contemporary Condition: Introductory Thoughts on Contemporaneity and Contemporary Art (Sternberg Press, 2016); with Winnie Soon, Aesthetic Programming: A Handbook of Software Studies (Open Humanities Press, 2020); with Mitra Azar and Leonardo Impett, the co-edited special issue Ways of Machine Seeing, AI & Society (Springer-Nature, 2021), which relates to an ongoing collaborative research on computer vision (with numerous others). The multi-authored book Live Coding: A User’s Manual, with Alan Blackwell, Emma Cocker, Thor Magnusson and Alex McLean, will be published by MIT Press late 2022. A current biography can be found on his LSBU page, a fuller list of publications is best found on his ORCID account (as this is kept up-to-date by others), and a full CV can be found here. :) Contact by email: geoff AT anti-thesis DOT net or geoffcox AT lsbu.ac.uk or through (anti-)social media: @ThesisAnti (twitter), post.lurk.org/@xocffoeg (mastodon).