Geeta DayalGeeta Dayal has written extensively for the past decade on music, culture, and technology. She has contributed hundreds of articles and reviews to major publications, including Slate, Wired, Frieze, Cabinet, Bookforum, The New York Times, The Wire, The Village Voice, and many more. Her first book, Another Green World, on the musician Brian Eno, was published by Continuum in 2009. She is a recent recipient of a major grant from Creative Capital/The Andy Warhol Foundation in the Arts Writers Program. Her essays appear in several anthologies, including Mass Effect (MIT Press, forthcoming), The New Grove Dictionary of Music (Oxford, 2014), Loops (Faber, 2009), The Resistible Demise of Michael Jackson (Zer0, 2009), The Pitchfork 500 (Simon & Schuster, 2008) and Marooned (Da Capo, 2007). She has taught courses at several universities, including UC Berkeley, Fordham University, and SUNY. She holds two undergraduate degrees from M.I.T. (2001) and a master’s degree from Columbia (2003). ¬†

She has lived, at various points, in New York City, San Francisco, Berlin, and Boston. She currently lives in San Francisco. To get in contact, click here.

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Etan October 25, 2009 at 7:39 pm

I really enjoyed your article on Brian Eno on Rhizome.
I’m really interested in the application of cybernetic concepts within art. If you’re in London, I’d be delighted to give you a personal tour of my current exhibition at Tenderpixel:


Daniel Perlin March 31, 2010 at 10:35 am

I enjoyed your rhizome article. I teach a course at NYU’s ITP called sound and the city, and have presented on sound warfare at Ed Keller’s Shockwave Rider symposium, and found your article just now and wished I had seen it before.

Thanks, and if you are coming to new york and wish to visit the class or sit on the jury, please do let me know
daniel p.


Bill Kopp July 23, 2011 at 8:06 pm

I’m enjoying your commentary — right now –in the Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth DVD. Will have to check out your book soon, as AGW has long been a favorite LP.


Benjamin Critchlow December 16, 2011 at 7:46 pm

Your review of Goodman’s Sonic Warfare was very helpful; I’ll certainly have a read of your articles, as well.




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