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Warren Sack is a media theorist, software designer, and artist whose work has been shown at SFMOMA (San Francisco), the Artport of the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), New Museum of Contemporary Art (New York), Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), LABoral (Asturias, Spain), ZKM (Karlsruhe, German), the Impakt Festival (Utrecht, The Netherlands). He has been a visiting professor in France (at FMSH, Sciences Po, and Télécom ParisTech) and currently teaches digital arts and digital studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He has published recently “Image, nombre, programme, langage” (Digital Studies : Organologie des saviors et technologies de la connaissance, FYP éditions, 2014) and “Une Machine a Raconter des Histoires: De Propp aux Software Studies,” (Les Temps Modernes, novembre-décembre 2013). He is working on a book for the MIT Press “Software Studies” series and is a member of the editorial advisory board for “Computational Culture: A Journal of Software Studies“.