Dora Budor: Continent, a new monograph published and distributed by Kunsthaus Bregenz and Buchhandlung Walther und Franz König, featuring an essay by me on vibrators and vibratory ontologies with Budor’s work ‘Termites’.

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,” an essay on Budvytytė’s Songs From The Compost (exhibited as part of The Milk of Dreams at the 59th Venice Biennale), published in Forest as a Journal (The Lithuanian Culture Institute).

Genius Vs. Lesbian” 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 new online screening platform Another Screen, with a restored version of the film – now subtitled in 8 languages – available 23 April–3 May.

“NO, THIS IS A SCAR: A roundtable discussion on two films about hands, by Maria Lassnig and Ayesha Hameed” in Another Gaze: A Feminist Film Journal – issue 05. I participated in this roundtable discussion, which was originally published as part of a program organised by Sam Dolbear for Another Gaze’s online screening platform (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.