2004-2040

36 WORKS FOR 36 YEARS

Essays:
2009: Ernesto Luciano Francalani, Murder in the museum SE-EN Translated by Richard Griffith Carlsson, Hans Olsson, Jason Waite and Aria Spinelli
2009: Rolf Hughes, At the hotel room I can see his nightmare: Alberto Frigo’s Dream Project SE-EN Translated by Richard Griffith Carlsson, Hans Olsson, Jason Waite and Aria Spinelli
2009: Björn Norberg, Music as a marker SE-EN Translated by Jason Waite and Aria Spinelli
2009: Jason Waite, The mnemonics of location SE-EN Translated by Richard Griffith Carlsson and Hans Olsson
2009: Davide di Saró, An innocent transfusion of a blinding chrysalis SE-EN Translated by Richard Griffith Carlsson, Hans Olsson, Jason Waite and Aria Spinelli
2009: Jonatan Habib Engqvist, Listening through the mirror or Alberto Frigo's heterotopia of sound SE-EN Translated by Richard Griffith Carlsson
2007: Ernesto Luciano Francalani, Freezer IT, EN translated by Jason Waite

Books:
2018: Toft Tanya, Digital Dynamics in Nordic Contemporary Art, Chicago University Press.
2017: Mark Hoogendoorn, Burkhardt Funk, Machine Learning for the Quantified Self: On the Art of Learning from Sensory Data, Springer International Publishing.
2017: Susan Flynn, Antonia Mackay , Spaces of Surveillance: States and Selves, Palgrave Macmillan.
2016: Louise Wolthers (Et al.), Watched! Surveillance, Art and Photography, Walther Konig Publisher.
2016: Deborah Lupton, The Quantified Self, Cambridge: Polity Press.
2016: Tamar Sharon & Dorien Zandbergen, From data fetishism to quantifying selves: Self-tracking practices and the other values of data, New Media & Society.
2016: David Houston Jones, Installation Art and the Practices of Archivalism, London: Routledge Edition.
2015: Birgit Richard (Et al.), Hamster-Hipster-Handy, Kerber Edition.
2011: Sherry Turkle, Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other, New York: Best Books (the name is misspelled as “Albert Frigo”).
2011: Rob Kitchin, Martin Dodge, Code/space: Software and Everyday Life, Cambridge: MIT Press.
2010: Outi Remes & Pam Skelton, Conspiracy Dwellings: Surveillance in Contemporary Art, Cambridge: Scholars Publishing.
2010: Dominique Moulon, Art Contemporain et Nouveaux Médias, Sentier d'Art Edition.
2006: Hannes Leopoldseder & Gerfried Stocker (Editors), CyberArts 2006: International Compendium Prix Ars Electronica, Hatje Cantz Publishers.

Television and Radio broadcasts:
2016-07-12 Mina Benaissa, Sveriges Radio, Han fotograferar allt han rör vid (Kulturnytt P1 national radio). SE
2015-03-28 (8h10) Michelle Constant, Lifestyle Show, 105.1 in Johannesburg, South Africa (live on national radio opening contribution).
2015-04-25 (19h20) Ulrike Haak, "Hamster-Hipster-Handy. Im Bann des Mobiltelefons", Kulturzeit, Germany (national TV 3sat).
2015-05-21 (22h50) Hauptsache Kultur

Articles:
2018: Steemit, Karl Thompson, Alberto Frigo: the world's most extreme life-logger (reflections on), October 10.
2018: DV, Sigtryggur Ari, Aldrei úr augnsýn, January 19. IS
2017: Mowwgli, Marie-Laure Desjardins, Images partagées et autres selfies, vers une archéologie de l’instant, November 16 . FR
2017: Arts Hebdo Media, Samantha Deman, Special Mobile Art, Number 16, February 10.
2017: Zero Deux, Aude Launay, Watched! Surveillance, Art and Photography, February. EN FR
2016: Kunstforum International, Birgit Richard, Konsumfashionista, December 23.
2016: Information, Rune Gade, Overvågningens vaesen, June 3. DK
2015: TEXTTHEORIE UND TEXTGESTALTUNG, Stephan Porombka/Karl Wolfgang Flender, Warum es sich lohnt, alles zu fotografieren, was man in die Hände kriegt, August 27. Offline: DE
2015: Die Welt, Wie das Handy unseren Lebenswandel bestimmt, April 23.
2015: Vodafone blog, Cooking Ideas, El artista que lleva once años fotografiando todo lo que toca con su mano derecha, March 12. ES
2015: Metro World News, Dmitry Belyaev, Alberto Frigo photographs everything his right hand touches, March 8
2015: Isolezwe, Umlisa oshutha kwasani akuphethe, March 8.
2015: Süddeutsche, Christopher Pramstaller, Life-Logging: 998 640 Fotos einer rechten Hand, March 4.
2015: The Herald (South Africa), Artist tries hand at photographing, page 3, March 3.
2015: China Daily, , March 2. CH
2015: Lider Informativo, Lo que toca su mano derecha, lo hace foto, page 4, March 1.
2015: Yahoo News, Chris Parsons, Artist Photographs Everything Touched by his Right Hand for 11 Years, February 27.
2015: Daily Mail, Corey Charlton, The most touching set of photographs you will ever see, February 27.
2015: Fast Company, Mark Wilson, For 11 Years, This Man Has Taken Photos Of Everything His Right Hand Touches, February 25. EN
2015: Wired, Luigina Foggetti, Lifelogging, i nostri dati in mostra, February 20.
2015: The Journal, Ciannan Brennan, This man has been taking a photo of everything he touches... for the last 11 years, February 12. IT
2015: The Irish Times, Cyaran D'Arcy, Science Gallery Exhibith shows role of personal data in future tech, February 12 (with video interview by Bryan O'Brien: ”If you could measure everything would you?”)
2014: Symantec, Mario Ballano Barcena, How safe is your quantified self?, August 11.
2014: The Guardian, Alex Preston, The death of privacy, August 3. EN
2014: Vice Magazine, Abel van Gijlswijk, Alberto maakt 36 jaar lang foto’s van alles wat hij met zijn rechterhand doet, June 5. NL
2009: Uppsala Tidningen, Issue 44.
2009: Uppsala Nya Tidningen, October 17 and 22. SE
2009: Ars Hypermedia, Björn Norberg, Issue 01, January, page 78.
2008: konstnen.net, Anders Olofsson, November.
2007: Art Review, Regine Debatty, Issue 09, March, page 132.
2007: Net Magazine, Compulsive viewing, Oliver Lindberg, February.
2006: Images Magazine, Dominique Moulon, November.
2006: Extrart, Carmen Lorenzetti, September. IT
2006: Stockholm City, 15th September.
2006: Ticino, Samuele Finozzi, page 44.
2005: Wired Magazine Blog, Bruce Sterling, April.