ART REVIEWS (EXHIBITION CATALOGUES)
“A View from the Future: Feminist Artists, Scholars, and Activists Turn to Science Fiction to Address the Climate Crisis.”
Eds., Lesley Shipley and Mey-Yen Moriuchi. Art and Activism in the Twenty-first Century. New York: Routledge, forthcoming 2023.
“Envisioning a More Just Future: Feminist Activist Art, Climate Change, and the Anthropocene.”
A Companion to Contemporary Art in a Global Framework. Eds. Amelia Jones and Jane Chin Davidson, eds., London: Wiley Blackwell, forthcoming, 2022.
“Feminist Artists and Activists.”
National Gallery of Melbourne, Australia. Commissioned for an Online Feminist Art Course. Melbourne, Australia, 2021.
“About Things Loved: Blackness and Belonging.”
Exhibition Review of an exhibition at the Berkeley Art Museum. Brooklyn Rail: Critical Perspectives on Arts, Politics, and Culture. September 2019.
“Forest Law: Exhibition Review of Ursula Biemann and Paulo Tavares, the Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery.”
“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.
“Martha Rosler and Hito Steyerl: War Games.”
Exhibition Review, Kunstmueum-Gegenwart, (Basel, Switzerland).” Brooklyn Rail: Critical Perspectives on Arts, Politics, and Culture. September 4, 2018.
“Hauntological Environmental Art: The Photographic Frame and the Nuclear After-Life of Chernobyl in Lina Selander’s “Lenin’s Lamp.”
Eds., Lisa Cartwright and Elizabeth Wolfson. Journal of Visual Culture. Special issue titled “Affect at the Limits of Photography.” Fall, 2018.
“Environmental Art at the 56th Venice Biennale”
“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