Prix de Rome Publication
Noise is an asset
Dagmar Dirkx

ArtEZ Studium Generale icw Mr Motley
De ontzettende onvoorspelbaarheid van het hart – in gesprek met Coralie Vogelaar
Maurits de Bruijn

Het Parool 
De Prix de Rome: het lichaam als kruispunt van krachten
Edo Dijksterhuis

MetropolisM 
Een sciencefiction kaskraker – Real Feelings bij MU in Eindhoven
Lena van Tijen

Forbes
As The Pandemic Triggers Unprecedented Emotions, These Artists Are Discovering New Ways To Express Human Feelings
Jonathan Keats

It's Nice That
Exploring the space between humans and computers: Coralie Vogelaar on bin-packing algorithms.
Jyni Ong

NRC Handelsblad
Systemen razen door, de kunst zit ze op de hielen
Maxim Februari

Kunstverein Kassel
Monitoring,
Ausstellung für Median Installation, publication


Inaugural Lecture and research paper
Networked Images, Visual methodologies for the digital age, 
Networked Images, Visual methodologies for the digital age (full)
Sabine Niederer.

Parool
Discuswerpers is een leuke puzzel met 3D-geprinte sporters
Sophia Zürcher

NXS Magazine
Algorithmic Anxiety

MetropolisM
Met kunst op de feiten gedrukt
Lua Vollaard

Extra Magazine
Recognized / Not Recognized:’ Wat beweging ons leert over stilstand’.
Bram van Beek
‘Coralie Vogelaar is een interdisciplinary artist who combines scientific disciplines such as behavoioral studies with the artistic imagination. Vogelaar investigates the relationshcip between human and machine by applying machine logic to the human body. Her work manifest itself in the form of performances and video and multimedia installtions, for which she works together with experts from various disciplines including data analysis, choreography, and sound design.’

‘Places where her work has been shown include HeK Basel, ZKM - Karlsruhe, Veem House for Performance, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Kunstverein Kassel, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Science gallery Dublin, Noorderlicht Festival, Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, MU Artspace, FOMU - Antwerp and Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen. Her performance Emotion Recognition from an Algorithmic Point of View was featured in The Most Iconic Works of 40 years V2 - Lab for the Unstable Media. in 2021 she was nominated for the Prix de Rome.’