Josephine Bosma is a journalist and critic living and working in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She focuses on art in the context of the Internet. In 1997 Bosma became one of the key figures participating in and molding the then new sphere of critical Internet discourse (and practice) taking place in email lists such as Nettime and Rhizome. Josephine Bosma is one of only a few critics that have followed art in the context of the Internet from the early nineties till the post-Internet and hacker art practices of today. Some recent texts and interviews by Bosma have been Collect the World, the Artist as Archivist in the Internet Age (Link Art Center 2011), Aram Bartholl, the Speed Book (Gestalten 2012), Post-Digital is Post-Screen in Post-Digital Research (2014) and Missing Links in Frieze D/E (2014). In 2011 her book Nettitudes - Let's Talk Net Art appeared, which lead to an external PhD candidacy at the University of Amsterdam. Next to this Bosma is part of the advisory committee for E-Culture (soon to be renamed Digital Culture) for the Stimuleringsfonds voor Creatieve Industrie. She also regularly acts as advisor for the GOGBOT festival in Amsterdam, for which she organizes a tribute to the work of Remko Scha at Tetem, Enschede, in the summer of 2016. In 2015 Josephine Bosma was part of the jury for the Prix Net Art, a co-production of Rhizome in New York and Chronus Art Center and Tsinghua Art and Science Media Laboratory in Bejing. She regularly lectures on art in and after the Internet, and last but least regularly is an enthusiastic but fierce moderator of discussion panels on this topic.