The Extinction Catalog is an automated twitter account programmed by Ian Alan Paul. Once an hour, @ExtinctCatalog tweets the name of one of 22,482 species…

Read moreThe Extinction Catalog /// 2014

In December of 2012, the artists Ricardo Dominguez, Ian Alan Paul and Jane Stevens performed as researchers and consultants from the UC Center for Drone…

Read moreDrone Crash Incident /// 2012

On July 15th, 2011, 667 people from 28 different countries participated in the online networked performance Border Haunt that targeted the U.S.-Mexico border. Participants collected entries…

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BorderMachines.net is the result of Ian Alan Paul’s MA thesis project at SFAI. The database essay examines three contemporary artists working in border territories and seeks to…

Read moreBorder Machines /// 2011

In late 2009, a document containing all of the text messages that were sent in Manhattan on September 11th, 2001 were anonymously leaked to the…

Read moreI Love You, Be Safe /// 2010

For Domestic Violence, photographs taken by soldiers during the Iraq war were collected and then projected onto suburban facades throughout California. Each iteration of the…

Read moreDomestic Violence /// 2008