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✜ Award
2014, Winner of The Prix of Net Art
1999, Winner of The Webby Awards

iMAL, Brussel (2016, 2008)
ZKM, Karlsruhe (2015, 2014, 2013, 2011, 2008, 1999)
Stedelijik Museum, Amsterdam (2015, 2008)

Museum of Moving Image, New York (2012)
Eyebeam, New York (2009)
Guggenheim Museum, New York (2004)
New York (2007, 2005,2003, 1997)

Videotage, Hong Kong (2010)
ICC, Tokyo (2009,2002, 2001)

Transmediale, Berlin (2008, 2006, 2002, 2000, 1997)
Montevideo, Amsterdam (2006)
Netherlands Media Art Institute NIMK, Amsterdam (2005)
Paris (2006, 2004)
Central Pompidou, Paris (2003)

SFMOMA, San Francisco (2004)
FACT, Liverpool (2004)
Cimatics\AV\Platform (2003)
Plug-In Festival,Basel (2002)
ARCO Festival, Madrid (2001)
CCA:Glasgow (2001)
DEAF, Rotterdam (1998)
ISEA97, Chicago (1997)
Ducumenta X, Kassel (1997)

Exhibitions & Events
Publications & References
JOSEPHINE BOSMA. »Automatic Rain.« [27.March.2017].
Alexander R. Galloway. »Jodi’s Infrastructure.« [e-flux journal#74, June 2016].
Jacob Lillemose. »The Questions: Jodi.« [Kunstkritikk, June 2015].
Michael Connor, Samantha Culp, Zhang Ga, and Sabine Himmelsbach. »Winner of The Prix Net Art, 2014: JODI.« [PRIX NET ART, October 2014].
Barbara Pollack. »JODI at EYEBEAM, New York.« Art in America (March 2014).
Thomas Dreher. »History of Computer Art VI. Net Art: Networks, Participation, Hypertext VI.3 Net Art in the Web.«
Tom McCormack. »Corroding the Machine: Net art pioneers JODI and their instructions for building a bomb.« [Moving Image Source 6 April 2012].
Liverpool: FACT, The Foundation for Art and Creative Technology. JODI: Computing 101 B.. United Kingdom: In association with exhibition at Spacex, Exeter, UK, 2004.
Matthew Mirapaul. »Deliberately Distorting the Digital Mechanism.« New York Times (21 April 2003).
Tilman Baumgartel, Wailing Boers, Josephine Bosma, Florian Cramer, Frederic Madre, Annette Schindler, and Pit Schultz. INSTALL.EXE/JODI. Berlin: Christoph Merian Verlag. Switzerland: In association with exhibition at [plug in] Kunst und Neue Medien, Basel, 2002.