Chipflip is a blog-label about low-res crafts like chipmusic, text graphics and demos. It began as a research blog for a book chapter and master thesis in 2008. Maintained by Anders Carlsson (aka Goto80) who has been a chipmusician and demoscener since 1992.
Die Wilden Bastler (2016) Article about 1980’s game soundtracks for the Swiss magazine WOZ.
A Retrospective on the Stories and Aesthetics of 8bit Music (2015) Article for the exhibition catalogue of ANTI-HUMANISM by Lu Yung
Computer Rooms (2013) Photo book with computer spaces, designed by Raquel Meyers.
Future Potentials For ASCII Art (2012) Paper written with A. Bill Miller for the CAC3 conference in Paris.
Power Users and Retro Puppets – A Critical Study of the Methods and Motivations in Chipmusic (2010). MA-thesis in Media and Communication.
A Micro-Introduction to Chipmusic as Genre and Culture (2010). For the DVD Reformat The Planet.
A Micro History of Demoscene Music (2010). For Rhizome.org.
The Forgotten Pioneers of Creative Hacking and Social Networking – Introducing the Demoscene (2009). For re:live – Third International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology.
Chip Music: Low Tech Data Music Sharing (2008) in Collins, Karen: From Pac Man To Pop Music (Ashgate).
TALKS & WORKSHOPS
The C64 demoscene (se 2013), Do You Believe in Users? (de 2012), Griboedov Club (ru 2011), City Exhibition Hall, Petrozavodsk (ru 2011), Eksjö Stadsbibliotek (se 2010), Hacknight #2 (se 2010), Tresor (de 2010), Demode Festival (hr 2010), HAIP Festival (si 2008), En Festival i 8 Bitar (se 2008), Muzik (il 2007), La Gare de Coustellet (fr 2007), Plektrum Festival (ee 2006), Electro Circus Festival (fr 2006), Rote Fabrik (ch 2005)