No Linear Fucking Time, introduction to the ‘Prospctions’ journal focus at BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht. Written with co-editor Rachael Rakes.

Interview with Elizabeth Freeman, published as part of ‘No Linear Fucking Time’ at BAK’s online journal Prospections.

What a way to make a living, published as part of ‘No Linear Fucking Time’ at BAK’s online journal Prospections.

“WET TALK”, a short text for an exhibition of Aileen Murphy’s paintings at Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin.

I wrote a text for STAGES, a new monograph on the work of Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz, published by Spector Books.

I answered some questions about teaching for Art & Education’s Office Hours series.



Down the Desire Path” published by Commissioned Critique (Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam).

“Songs From The Compost: Notes on Symbiotic Relationality and Eglė Budvytytė’s Lichenous Poetics” published in Forest as a Journal (The Lithuanian Culture Institute).

“Genius Vs. Silence” an essay I wrote on Emma Wolf-Haugh’s Eileen Gray and the queer arts of reappropriation, published by X-TRA.

“Hush Now”: an essay I wrote about the languages of silence in the work of Terre Thaemlitz is online at The Contemporary Journal.

“Eruptions of Silence”: I wrote an essay about silence and laughter in Marleen Gorris’s 1982 ‘feminist thriller’ A Question of Silence, for Another Gaze journal. The text is now published on their free screening platform Another Screen, with a restored version of the film – now subtitled in 8 languages – available 23 April–3 May.

I participated in a roundtable discussion responding to two artist films, Maria Lassnig’s Palmistry (1973) and Ayesha Hameed’s A Rough History (of the Destruction of Fingerprints) (2016), as part of a program on hands organised by Sam Dolbear and presented at Another Gaze’s new online screening platform from April 2–16 (with Portuguese, Spanish, Korean and Greek translations).

I wrote about one of Zoe Leonard’s aerial photographs for the magazine accompanying A FIRE IN MY BELLY at Julia Stoschek Collection Berlin, on show February 6–December 12. Here’s a PDF.

I wrote an essay for Katja Mater’s new book Time is an Arrow, Error, available here.



Co-authored with M. Ty: Enduring Ornament, an essay about rust for the book Weathering: Ecologies of Exposure (ICI Berlin press), PDF here.

Listening to Silence, book chapter in ‘Master of Voice’, edited by Lisette Smits, Sternberg Press.

I interviewed artist and writer Anna Zett for Paradoxa journal No. 31, Climate Fictions, edited by Alison Sperling.

I wrote a text about gossip, and Fama, the monsterous goddess of rumour, for Matilda Kenttä’s exhibition at Kunstverein Amsterdam.



Holes Piled on Holes published (with a Dutch translation) in ‘Extended Matter’ by P/////AKT Amsterdam.

Catalogue essay for Julia Dubsky’s exhibition The Marshland Akimbo at Amanda Wilkinson Gallery, London.

Exhibition review: Laurie Parsons at Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, for Art-Agenda.

Exhibition review: World Receivers: Georgiana Houghton, Hilma af Klint and Emma Kunz at Lenbachhaus, Munich, Art-Agenda.

I interviewed Anna Zett for vdrome, their film This Unwieldy Object is screening online 15–28 January.



Objects moving are not impressed, book chapter inTime in the History of Art: Temporality, Chronology, and Anachrony’, Moxey K. and Karlholm D. (eds.), Routledge, UK.

What Might This Be? essay for the 2 UNLIMITED exhibition publication, De Appel, Amsterdam (also republished online for De Appel Reads #8).

Wearing Out, catalogue essay for Joke Robaard’s exhibition at Club Solo and M HKA Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp.



Beside Ourselves, essay on Eglè Budvytytè’s performance Shakers, Lovers and Bystanders for the book ‘AARHUS 2017: European Capital of Culture’.

Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore: A Lichenous Embrace, Girls Like Us magazine #10.

The Permanent Collection in e-flux journal #78. First published (with a French translation) in ‘The Life and Death of Works of Art’, Christophe Lemaitre (ed.), Tombolo Presses, France. Also republished (with a Dutch translation) in ‘Pense-Bête’ by P/////AKT Amsterdam.