by Cornelia Sollfrank

Cornelia Sollfrank (PhD) is an artist and researcher, living in Berlin. Recurring subjects in her artistic and academic work in and about digital cultures are artistic infrastructures, new forms of (political) self-organization, critical authorship, aesthetics of the commons, and techno-feminist practice and theory. As a pioneer of Internet art, Cornelia built up a reputation with the generator – a web-based art-producing ‘machine’ and Female Extension – her famous hack of the first museum competition for Internet art. Recent publications include "The beautiful Warriors. Technofeminist Practice in the 21st Century" (, "Aesthetics of the Commons" ( and "Fix My Code" (with Winnie Soon) ( – all open access. Homepage: