Nora Khan is a writer focusing on emerging issues within digital art and the philosophy of technology. Her art criticism won a Thoma Foundation Arts Writing Award in 2016; she is currently an Eyebeam Research Resident and a contributing editor at Rhizome, based in New York. Her work has appeared
in places like 4Columns, Art in America, Spike Art, California Sunday, The Village Voice, Rhizome, POSTmatter, and After Us, with work soon forthcoming in Flash Art, Glass Bead, and Mousse. This past summer, Primary Information published Fear Indexing the X-Files, a small book written by
Nora and artist and musician Steven Warwick. She frequently collaborates with artists and musicians internationally, including Katja Novitskova, Yuri Pattison, and Bill Kouligas, writing exhibition essays commissioned by Sternberg Press, Mousse Publishing, and Chisenhale Gallery, and a libretto for Decession, a night of performances at Volksbühne in Berlin. This year she has spoken at Triple Canopy, Gray Area Festival, transmediale, the Whitney, UCLA, New Museum, NYU, and New School.