ARCTIC AND ANTARCTIC STUDIES
“At Memory’s Edge: Climate Trauma in the Arctic Through Film.”
Eds., Subhankar Banerjee, TJ Demos and Emily Eliza Scott. The Routledge Companion to Contemporary Art, Visual Culture and Climate Change. Routledge, London, 2021, 194-203.
“Planetary Precarity and feminist environmental art practices in Antarctica.”
Janet Wilson. Journal of Postcolonial Writing (Taylor and Francis), Volume 56, Issue 3, August 2020.
“Archives of Knowledge and Endangered Objects in the Anthropocene: From Chernobyl to Polar Landscapes in the Work of Lina Selander and Amy Balkin.”
Eds., Susi K. Frank, Kjetil A. Jacobsen, Arctic Archives: Ice, Memory and Entropy. New York: Columbia University Press, 2019, 269-284.
“Antarctica: Feminist Art Practices and Disappearing Polar Landscapes.”
Eds., Klaus Dodds, Alan J. Hemmings and Peder Robers, Handbook on the Politics of the Antarctic. London, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2017: 175-190.
“Invisible Landscapes: Extreme Oil and the Arctic in Experimental Film and Activist Art Practices.”
Eds., Anna Stenport, Scott Mackenzie, and Lill-Ann Korber, Arctic Environmental Modernities:Arctic Exploration to the Era of the Anthropocene. London, Palgrave, 2017: 183-195.
“Judit Hersko’s Polar Art: Anthropogenic Climate Change in Antarctic Oceanscapes.”
In UCLA’s Center for the Study of Women’s Newsletter, Spring 2015. Online at: https://escholarship.org/uc/item/7jx8m9gb
“When Ice is Just Ice: Gender and the Everyday in the Arctic Art of Katja Aglert.”
Published for the Winter Event – Antifreeze, published in Art and Theory, Stockholm, Sweden, 2014: 127-133.
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“Connie Samaras’ Futures in Extreme Environments: Toward a New Aesthetics of Daily Life and Survival.”
For the exhibition catalogue edited by Irene Tastsos, Connie Samaras: Tales of Tomorrow. DAP Press, 2013: 82-86.
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“Extreme Temperatures: The Work of Nathalie Talec.”
For the exhibition catalogue: Nathalie Talec: The One Who Sees Blindly, Yerba Buena Center, San Francisco, April, 2012.
“Disappearing Ice and Missing Data: Visual Culture of the Polar Regions and Global Warming.”
Written in collaboration with Elena Glasberg. In eds., Andrea Polli and Jane Marsching, Far Fields: Digital Culture, Climate Change, and the Poles, Intellect Press, 2012: 119-141.
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