Shelf is an algorithmic art project that shows how derivative is intellectual work. It simply juxtaposes the work I have done since kiddingthecity started (2007) with a clever wordpress plugin, Zotpress. This uses an Application Programming Interface (API) to connect kiddingthecity, in real time, to an evolving Zotero database.
Zotero is a Free and Open Source, cross-platform, reference manager that integrates with your browser and word processor – here intended as an approximation to knowledge in the age of ‘smart’ technology, ranking and metrics →→→ see the sidebar ‘What I have been reading’ →→→ see my entire Zotero library, linked to a number of digital devices of mine as well as to various Open Access repositories.
Shelf is a ‘smart’ academic dashboard, informing on readings and publishing performance: it is also a mild form of self-surveillance and disclosure, but the great thing is that the process is automated, no need to type anything 😎
Academic sources are extracted in real time by Zotpress. Conversely, these are stored in Zotero because of the sociological imagination I want to deliver through my papers. Shelf highlights this dynamic relationship which is other than, say, a List of Publications – Zotero 5.0 offers now a ‘My Publications’ folder which automatically publishes into your Zotero profile page, see mine here.
Through Shelf, kiddingthecity has been providing Open Access since 2007 under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
- (2018) Cardullo, P. & Kitchin, R. Being a ‘citizen’ in the smart city: up and down the scaffold of smart citizen participation in Dublin, Ireland. GeoJournal, pp. 1–13, DOI: 10.1007/s10708-018-9845-8. Pre-print available.
- (2018) Cardullo, P., Kitchin, R., & Di Feliciantonio, C. Living labs and vacancy in the neoliberal city. Cities, Volume 73, Pages 44-50. DOI: 10.1016/j.cities.2017.10.008
- (2017, working paper) Cardullo, Paolo, and Rob Kitchin. Being a ‘citizen’ in the smart city: Up and down the scaffold of smart citizen participation. The Programmable City Working Paper 30. SocArXiv. May 17.
- (2017, working paper) Cardullo, Paolo, and Rob Kitchin. Living Labs, Vacancy, and Gentrification. The Programmable City Working Paper 27. SocArXiv. March 17.
- (2017) Gentrification in the mesh? An ethnography of Open Wireless Network (OWN) in Deptford, City, Routledge; DOI: 10.1080/13604813.2017.1325236 →→→ Pre-print available on Open Science Framework.
- (2017, book chapter) Urban change and the mesh: an ethnography of Deptford’s Open Wireless Network in: Aiello, G., Tarartino, M., Oakleys, K., Communicating the City, Peter Lang. DOI: 10.3726/978-1-4539-1902-6
- (2017) CCTV oddity: Archaeology and aesthetics of video surveillance, Visual Studies, Routledge. DOI: 10.1080/1472586X.2017.1328988 →→→ Pre-print available on Open Science Framework.
- (2017, book chapter in press) CCTV Oddity: Playing Up Video Surveillance, in Visual Security Studies: Sights and Spectacles of Insecurity and War, Routledge.
- (2015, working paper) Tweaking the wireless space: Place Hacking by far away? BSA Symposium University of Liverpool
- (2015) ‘Hacking Multitude’ and Big Data: some insights from the Turkish ‘Digital Coup’, Big Data & Society, SAGE; DOI: 10.1177/2053951715580599
- (2015, working paper) Earthquake in the city: the people yet to come, co-authored with Prof. M. Russo, University of Modena, DEMB Working Paper Series N. 63
- (2012-14, working paper) CCTV oddity: playing up video surveillance, in: CAST University of Copenhagen, Visual Aspect of Security, Routledge
- (2014) Sniffing the city: issues of sousveillance in innercity London, Visual Studies 29.3, Routledge; DOI: 10.1080/1472586X.2014.941550 →→→ see final draft.
(forthcoming) Kitchin, R., Cardullo, P., Di Feliciantonio, C., (eds.) The Right to the Smart City, Emerald Publishing
(forthcoming) Wang, J., Forrest, R., Cardullo, P., (eds.) Smart Cities, Smart Citizens? Power and Participation in the Digital City, Palgrave Macmillan
(2014) Cardullo, P., Gupta, R., Hakim, J. (eds.) London: City of Paradox, N. 3 CMRB online series
- (2014) Cardullo, P., Gupta, R., Hakim, J. (eds.) Sociology, Politics, Thinking and Acting: A Festschrift for Nira Yuval-Davis, N. 2 CMRB online series
- (2017) R. Denison, Anime: a Critical Introduction, Bloomsbury Academic 2015, Visual Studies, 32.1, Routledge. 10.1080/1472586X.2016.1271053
- (2016) I. Hague, Comics and the Senses, Routledge 2013, Visual Studies, 31.1 Routledge. 10.1080/1472586X.2014.941589
- (2014) N. Underberg, Digital Ethnography, OTP 2013, Visual Studies, 29.1, Routledge. 10.1080/1472586X.2014.863021
- (2013) C. Quirke, Eyes on Labor, OUP 2012, Visual Studies, 28.3, Routledge. 10.1080/1472586X.2013.830009
- (2011) Walking on the Rim, Photos, Encounters, Objects, 80 pp., Blurb
- (2010) Doing Work, 80 pp., Blurb
- (2009) Walking on the Rim, a Tale of Abjection, 80 pp., Blurb
- ‘Un Luogo: Docklands’, Una Citta’, 144 / 2007
- Satire Allowed, article for New Left Project, 2015
- One year collaboration to Sociology Lens, Wiley – Blackwell Publishing, 2009
- (2013) #OCTV in collaboration with James Stevens @ spc, at the International Visual Sociology Association annual conference, Goldsmiths University of London. Dataset available from SocXiv.
- (2009) Trail of Images — using hacked CCTV footages, Deptford TV collective
- (2008) Lewisham77 — commemoration of the Battle of Lewisham, Deptford TV collective
Photo Competitions (shortlisted)
- Migration, COMPAS Oxford 2011 & 2012
- Dignity, Human Rights Centre at Essex University, 2011
- What is Crime? at 198 Gallery London, 2009
- Cycle photo-diary, Greenwich Council, 2007
see my list of publications as a Zotpress collection