See also my Researchgate profile.
S. Niederer (2017). The Study of Networked Content: Five Considerations for Digital Research in the Humanities,’ in G. Schiuma & D. Carlucci (eds.), Big Data in the Arts and Humanities: Theory and Practice . Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press-Taylor & Francis Group, p. 89-100.
S. Niederer (2016). Networked Content Analysis: The case of climate change. PhD Dissertation, Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam.
S. Niederer and R. Priester (2016). Smart Citizens. Exploring the tools of the urban bottom-up movement. Computer Supported Cooperative Work , DOI 10.1007/s10606-016-9249-6.
S. Niederer (2016). Introduction: Objects of Citizen Participation, in Denecke, M., Ganzert, A., Otto, I., & Stock, R. (Eds.), ReClaiming Participation. Technology, Mediation, Collectivity, Bielefeld: transcript, 13-17.
S. Niederer, G. Colombo, M. Mauri, and M. Azzi (2015). Street-level City Analytics. Hybrid Cities III: Data to the people , Conference Proceedings, Athens: University of Athens.
S. Niederer and R. Taudin Chabot. Deconstructing the Cloud: Responses to Big Data phenomena from social sciences, humanities and the arts, Big Data & Society, 2(2), 2015.
S. Niederer and J. van Dijck, “Wisdom of the crowd or technicity of content? Wikipedia as a sociotechnical System,” in Matthew David and Peter Millward (eds.). Researching Society Online. London: Sage, forthcoming 2014.
S. Niederer, ” ‘Global warming is not a crisis!': Studying climate change skepticism on the web,” Necsus, Vol. 3, Spring, June 2013.
R. Rogers, E. Weltevrede, S. Niederer and E.K. Borra, “National Web Studies: The Case of Iran Online,” in J. Hartley, A. Bruns, and J. Burgess (eds.), A Companion to New Media Dynamics , Oxford: Blackwell, 2013, 142-166.
R. Rogers, E. Weltevrede, S. Niederer and E.K. Borra, “National Web Studies: Mapping Iran Online,” Iran Media Program, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, February, 2012.
S. Niederer and J. van Dijck, “Wisdom of the Crowd or Technicity of Content? Wikipedia as Socio-technical System,” New Media & Society, 12, 8, 2010, 1368-1387.
S. Niederer, “Cultuur volgens Wikipedia,” De Gids, 3, 2010, 367-369.
D. Delbecq and S. Niederer, “Climatosceptiques et climatologues, quelle place sur l’internet?,” Effets de Terre, 2010, http://effetsdeterre.fr/2010/04/12/climatosceptiques-quelle-place-sur-linternet/.
S. McQuire, M. Martin and S. Niederer (eds.), Urban Screens Reader, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2009.
S. Niederer, S. Niemans and B. Hoeve, “Content in Motion: An Example of Urban Screens Education”, in: S. McQuire, M. Martin and S. Niederer (eds.), Urban Screens Reader, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, Dec. 2009.
S. Niederer, “agooddomainnameishardtofinddotbiz”, in: Constant Dullaart, Readymades, Utrecht: Impakt, 2009.
Geert Lovink and Sabine Niederer (eds.), Video Vortex Reader: Responses to YouTube, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2008.
S. Niederer, “The Future of Festivals. Interview with Arjon Dunnewind”, in: Video Vortex Reader: Responses to YouTube, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2008.
S. Niederer, “Cell Phone Disco: An installation by Ursula Lavrencic and Auke Touwslager”, in: M Horne (ed.), Urban Lving Catalogue, Pittsburgh: Wood Street Galleries, 2008.
S, Niederer, “Welcome to TM-City”, in: R. Niessen and E. De Vries (2007). TM-City: The Typographic Masonry of Richard Niessen, Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Boek.
S. Niederer, “Welcome to TM-City!” in: Chaumont Festival 2007: 18e Festival International de l’Áffiche et des Arts Graphiques de Chaumont, Paris/Chaumont, 2007.
S. Niederer, “Het Net Op”, in: Filmbeeld, 9, June 2007, p. 29-29.
R. Rogers and S. Niederer, Tools for Culture: The Resonance & Use of Online Tools in the Cultural Sector, commissioned by Lab for Culture. http://www.labforculture.org/
R. Rogers en S. Niederer, “Consumer Technology after Surveillance Theory”, in: Stereo Magazine, Stereo #4, edition ‘Remote Control’, Rotterdam 2006.
R. Rogers and S. Niederer, “Consumer Technology after Surveillance Theory”, in: Cut-Up 32, 25 Oktober 2006. http://www.cut-up.com/news/detail.php?sid=482
S. Niederer, “Interview with Lars Nilsson”, in: The Creativity: A Free and Accidental Newspaper Dedicated to the Anonymous Creative Worker. Amsterdam: Sandberg Institute and Institute of Network Cultures, 2006, 15.
Columns for Waag Bulletin, 2006.
Music Video Reviews with Bart Rutten for www.Cinema.nl, bimonthly 2005-2006.
S. Niederer and P. Orthel (eds), Hoogt4: 6×6, Exhibition Catalogue, Utrecht: Filmtheater ‘t Hoogt, 2003.
“National Web Palettes” (with Tomasso Renzini and Federica Bardelli), DensityDesign Lab Milan, Digital Methods Summer School 2012. Supported and screened by Impakt Festival, October 2012.
“For the ppl of Iran: #iranelection RT” (with Richard Rogers, Digital Methods Initiative). This movie was exhibited at Cultures of Change: Social Atoms and Electronic Lives, Arts Santa Monica, Barcelona, December 2009 – February 2010. https://movies.digitalmethods.net/for_the_ppl_of_iran.html
“What is E-culture?” (with Richard Rogers). Video commissioned by Virtual Platform, the Dutch sector institute for e-culture, 2008. https://movies.digitalmethods.net/eculturenl.html
“A Thousand Dinners A Night Amongst the Issue Celebrities” (with Richard Rogers et al., Govcom.org Foundation). This movie was the result of an artist in residency at the Netherlands Media Art Institute in Amsterdam, Jan-Feb 2007. https://movies.digitalmethods.net/issuecelebrities.html
Exhibitions and Events
“On Group Formation” – co-curator (with Raymond Taudin Chabot) of online exhibition and festival event and exhibition with 2 commissioned art works for Impakt Online, www.impakt.nl/online, fall 2013. Participating Artists: Warren Sack and Erick Beltràn. The works were presented at the Impakt Festival venue, Kikker Theatre. http://impakt.nl/nl/festival/on-group-formation-impakt-net-art-2013/.
“Now let us praise the vernacular” – co-curator (with Raymond Taudin Chabot) of online exhibition and festival event with 3 commissioned art works for Impakt Online, www.impakt.nl/online, fall 2012. Participating Artists: Tomasso Renzini and Federica Bardelli at DensityDesign Milano, Loes Sikkes and DJ Rupture. The accompanying Impakt Festival event included presentations by the Subjective Atlas group, and a sneak preview of the digitized Atlas Maior (by Utrecht University Library).
“The Right to Know (and Copy)” – curator of online exhibition with 3 commissioned art works for Impakt Online, www.impakt.nl/online, fall 2011. Artists: Metahaven, Hendrik-Jan Grievink and Coralie Vogelaar, and Dagan Cohen at Upload Cinema. The accompanying Impakt festival event was titled “The Right to Database” and included presentations by Graham Harwood and Linda Hilfling, as well as the artists participating in the exhibition.
“Urban Screens 2011: Screening the City” – conference program and exhibition and session moderator, February 2011 at Trouw Amsterdam, organized by the Institute of Network Cultures and the International Urban Screens Association, in collaboration with Willem de Kooning Academy Rotterdam.
“The City as Interface” – curator of online exhibition with 3 commissioned art works for Impakt Online, www.impakt.nl/online, fall 2010. Participating artists:
“ISEA2010 RUHR,” Review committee member, Summer 2010. http://www.isea2010ruhr.org
2009: “The Slow Web” – curator of exhibition for Impakt Online, with works by Alex Galloway with Govcom.org and Constant Dullaart. www.impakt.nl/online
“Urban Screens 09: The City as Interface” – conference program and exhibition and session moderator, 4 December 2009 at Trouw Amsterdam, organized by the Institute of Network Cultures and the International Urban Screens Association.
“Video Vortex V”- program committee member and moderator. International conference, 20-21 November 2009 at the Atomium in Brussels, Belgium.
“Society of the Query” – program committee member and moderator. International conference, 13-14 November 2009 in Trouw Amsterdam, organized by the Institute of Network Cultures.
“Video Vortex Split” – program committee member and moderator. International conference, 21-24 May 2009 at the University of Split, Croatia.
“Winter Camp” – program committee member and researcher. International event, 3-7 March 2009 at Studio K in Amsterdam, organized by the Institute of Network Cultures.
“Zondagsschool” (Sunday School) – co-curator from 2007-2009
A bimonthly talkshow on art, science and media, by Impakt events, Utrecht, www.impakt.nl.
“Cinematiek” – co-curator from 2001 – 2006.
Bimonthly program on audiovisual arts and performances, Lazy Marie Foundation, Utrecht, www.lazymarie.nl.
“Level Up” – Curator of exhibition at Level Up games conference in Utrecht, November 2003. www.gamesconference.org
“Hoogt4” – Curator of media arts program (exhibitions, screenings and lectures) at Filmtheater ’t Hoogt Utrecht. 2001-2005.
“Trends in Digital Art” – Editor and researcher for Teleac/NOT Radio, spring 2002.