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Linda Kronman is a media artist and designer. She holds a MA in New Media from Aalto University (2010). She is currently a PhD candidate at University of Bergen in the Machine Vision project. In her artistic work she explores methods of interactive and transmedial storytelling, visualizing data and creative activism. She is part of the artist duo KairUs and has been producing art together with Andreas Zingerle since 2010. Their artistic research topics includes surveillance, smart cities, IoT, cybercrime, online fraud, electronic waste and machine vision. Together they have edited the books Behind the Smart World (2016) and Internet of Other People's Things (2018), both open access publication bringing together critical perspectives on everyday use of technology focusing on artistic research and tacit knowledge that is produced through cultures of making, hacking, and reverse engineering. She has organized several participatory workshops and presented her work at international exhibitions and conferences including Moscow Young Arts Biennale, Siggraph ASIA, WRO Biennial, ISEA, ELO and Ars Electronica.

PhD Research blog: kairus.org/linda
Artistic work: www.kairus.org
 

Journal articles
  • Rettberg, Jill Walker; Gunderson, Marianne; Solberg, Ragnhild; Stokkedal, Linn Heidi; Kronman, Linda. 2019. Mapping Cultural Representations of Machine Vision: Developing Methods to Analyse Games, Art and Narratives. ACM Hypertext Proceedings. 97-101. doi: 10.1145/3342220.3343647

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

Selected publications, for an extended list please visit: http://kairus.org/publications/

 

Books

1. Kronman, L., and Zingerle, A., (Editors), 'Internet of Other People's Things', servus.at, 2018, ISBN: 978-3-9504200-1-2.

2. Kronman, L., and Zingerle, A., (Editors), 'Behind the Smart World – Saving, Deleting and Resurfacing Data', servus.at, 2016, ISBN: 978-3-9504200-0-5.

Conference papers

1. Kronman. L., 'Can transmedia storytelling learn from hypertext fiction? Introducing three examples of 4th generation digital fiction'. IR15: Boundaries and Intersection, Daegu, South Korea, 2014.

2. Zingerle, A., and Kronman, L., 'Re: Dakar Arts Festival-Exploring Transmedia Storytelling Methods to Document an Internet Scam'. Interactive Storytelling. Springer International Publishing, 2013. 253-256.

3. Zingerle, A., and Kronman, L., 'ICIDS 2013 Workshop: Revisiting the Spam Folder–Using 419-Fiction for Interactive Storytelling'. Interactive Storytelling (2013): 279.

4. Zingerle, A., and Kronman, L., 'Humiliating Entertainment or Social Activism? Analyzing Scambaiting Strategies Against Online Advance Fee Fraud'. Cyberworlds (CW), 2013 International Conference on. IEEE, 2013.

5. Zingerle, A., and Kronman, L., 'Faceless Patrons–An Augmented Installation Exploring 419-Fictional Narratives'. Interactive Storytelling. Springer International Publishing, 2013. 245-248.

6. Kronman, L., and Zingerle, A., 'Transmedia Storytelling and Online Representations - Issues of Trust on the Internet', Cyberworlds (CW), 2011 International Conference on. IEEE, 2011.

Journal articles

1. Zingerle A., and Kronman L., ‘Evil web businesses, Romance scams and phone fraud. 3 artistic case studies deconstructing scammers online identities‘, Digicult #75 Digital narratives – Self narratives, Spring 2017.

2. Zingerle A., and Kronman L., 'Faceless Patrons—Scam stories and anti-fraud strategies', Hyperrhiz 14 The End(s) of Electronic Literature: ELO 2015 Arts Program Summer 2016.