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Hansson, Karin (2015). “Controlling Singularity: The role of online communication for young visual artists’ identity management” First Monday, May 2015.

Hansson Karin and Frank Bannister (2015) The non-government and voluntary sector, ICT, and democracy – introduction to the special issue. The International Journal of Public Information Systems (IJPIS), 2015(1), 1–4.

Hansson, Karin. (2015). Performing the Common [Föreställningar om et gemensamma]. Revolver Publishing, Berlin.

Hansson, Karin (2015). Accommodating differences: Power, belonging, and representation onlinePhD thesis at Stockholm University, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences.

Hansson, Karin, Love Ekenberg, and Kheira Belkacem. 2014. “Open Government and Democracy: A Research Review.” Social Science Computer Review.

Hansson, Karin, Love Ekenberg, and Kheira Belkacem. 2014. “Open Government and Democracy: A Research Review.” Social Science Computer Review, December 9.

Bergholtz, Maria, Love Ekenberg, Karin Hansson, Paul Johannesson, and Joakim Snygg. 2014. “Outlining a Framework for Evaluating Tools Used in E-Democracy.” In DSV Reportseries 14 – 019 Writers Hut 2014, , 103–12.

Ekenberg, Love, Karin Hansson, Jalal Nouri, and Tony Lindgren. 2014. “An Open Government Index: From Democracy to Efficiency to Innovation.” In DSV Reportseries 14 – 019 Writers Hut 2014, , 61–70.

Hansson, Karin. 2014“A micro-democratic perspective on crowd-work” Workshop paper at Group14 ACM International Conference on Supporting Groupwork, Sanibel Island, FL.

Anya, Obinna, Laura Carletti, Tim Coughlan, Karin Hansson, and Sophia B Liu. 2014. “The Morphing Organization : Rethinking Groupwork Systems in the Era of Crowdwork.” In Group14 ACM International Conference on Supporting Groupwork, Sanibel Island, FL.

Hansson, Karin, and Love Ekenberg. 2014. “Deliberation and Representation in Participatory Tools for the Public Sector.” In Twenty Second European Conference on Information Systems, Tel Aviv.

Hansson, Karin. 2014. “The Desires of the Crowd: Scenario for a Future Social System.” Leonardo Electronic Almanac 20(1), 182-191.

Hansson, Karin, Love Ekenberg, Göran Cars, and Mats Danielson. 2013. “The Importance of Recognition for Equal Representation in Participatory Processes – Lessons from Husby.” Footprint: Delft architecture theory journal. Techne Press, Amsterdam.

Hansson, Karin, and Johanna Gustafsson Fürst. 2013. “Methodology for sustainable e-participation: Redistribution, representation and recognition.” MeTTeG 2013 7th International Conference on Methodologies, Technologies and Tools enabling e-Government, October 17-18, 2013, Vigo, Spain,.

Hansson, Karin, Petter Karlström, Aron Larsson, and Harko Verhagen. 2013. “Reputation, Inequality and Meeting Techniques: Visualising User Hierarchy.” Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, .

Hansson, Karin. 2013. “Art as Participatory Methodology.” Tidskrift för Genusvetenskap [Journal for Gender Studies] (1).

Hansson, K., Ekenberg, L., Cars, G., & Danielson, M. (2013). An e-participatory map over process methods in urban planning. In proceedings of Cedem2013 (p. 12).

Hansson, K., Verhagen, H., Karlström, P., & Larsson, A. (2013). Reputation and Online Communication?: Visualizing Reputational Power to Promote Collaborative Discussions Abstract. HICSS-46 – Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. (p. 11). Grand Wailea.

Hansson, K., Cars, G., Danielson, M., Ekenberg, L., & Larsson, A. (2012). Diversity and Public Decision Making. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, (71), 1678–1683.

Hansson, K. (2012). Performing the Common: Recognition in Online Participatory Processes. Licentiate thesis at Stockholm University, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences.

Hansson, K. (2012). Reflexive technology for collaborative environments. International Journal of Public Information Systems (p. 17). Vol. 2012:1, pp. 11-28

Hansson, K. (2011). The design process as a way to increase participation in a research project about the art world. Situating Ubiquity. Media Art, Technology, and Cultural Theory (p. 18). Stockholm.

Hansson, K., Verhagen, H., Karlström, P., & Larsson, A. (2011). Formalizing informal social behavior – developing a visual tool to support collaborative discussions. The Seventh International Conference on Collaborative Computing (p. 8). Orlando.

Hansson, K., Karlström, P., Larsson, A., & Verhagen, H. (2011). Actory?: A Tool for Visualizing Reputation as a Means to Formalize Informal Social Behavior. The second International Conference on Reputation: “Society, Economy, Trust” ICORE 2011 (p. 16). Montpellier.

Hansson, K., Ekenberg, L., Fürst, J. G., & Liljenberg, T. (2011). Performing Structure: Fine Art as a Prototype for Participation. ISEA2011 Istanbul (p. 8). Istanbul.

Hansson, K., Ekenberg, L., Danielsson, M., Fürst, J. G., Larsson, A., & Liljenberg, T. (2011). Prototyping for Participatory Democracy?: Fine Arts as Means for the Study of Multi-modal Communication in Public Decision Making. The Interactive Media Arts Conference IMAC 2011 – The Unheard Avantgarde (p. 5). Copenhagen: Re-New Digital Arts Forum. Aalborg University Press.

Hansson, K. (2010). Mediating Authenticity: Performing the Artist in Digital Media. Great Expectations: Arts and the Future, The European Sociological Association’s Research Network on the Sociology of the Arts (RN02) mid-term conference (p. 23). Guildford: University of Surrey.

Hansson, K. (2003). ”Once upon a time there were text”, Texst, Konstfack: Stockholm.

Hansson, K. (2001). ”The Trademark Sweden”, Pengar, Kulturhuset: Stockholm.

Hansson, K. (2001). ”Temporary Art Schools”, Art of Organising.

Hansson, K. (1999). ”Dreaming souls”, Best Before, Association for Temporary Art: Stockholm.

Hansson, K. (1998). ”From Fluxus to Event Marketing”, CRAC in Context, CRAC: Stockholm.

Hansson, K. (1998). “Ärat Vare Ditt Namn: Om rätten att ha och inte ha ett namn i Cyberspace”, Offentlig förvaltning och demokrati i informationssamhälle, Statskontoret: Stockholm.

Art exhibitions and screenings since 2010

Hansson Karin (2015) The Affect Machine Historical Archive, DAC, Digital Art Center, Kista Stockholm.

Hansson Karin (2014) The Affect Machine Historical Archive, Tekniska Museet [Museum of Technology], Stockholm.

Hansson Karin (2014) Desires of the Crowd, Digital Labor Conference, The New School, New York.

Hansson Karin (2012) The Affect Machine. Available from: http://affectmachine.org/ (accessed 14 December 2012).

Hansson Karin and Nils Claesson (2007) Kroppen i Nätet [Body in the Net]. http://performingthecommon.se/ (accessed 15 December 2012).

Curatorial work since 2010

Hansson K (2012) Föreställningar om det gemensamma [Performing The Common]. Husby Arthall and Moderna Muséet.