Book and Chapters
Ed., with Afonso Dias Ramos, Activism: Documents of Contemporary Art
, (London and Cambridge: Whitechapel Gallery and MIT Press [forthcoming, 2023].
‘Michael Rakowitz’s The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist,’ in Grey Room
, no. 87 (Spring 2022) 100-108.
‘Visual Politics and the ‘Refugee’ Crisis: The images of Alan Kurdi,’ in Refuge in a Moving World: Tracing refugee and migrant journeys across disciplines
, ed. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh (London: UCL Press, 2020) 166-176.
‘Engagement or Acquiescence? On ‘Critique in Practice: Renzo Martens’ Episode III: Enjoy Poverty’ in Third Text (Dec 2020): [//thirdtext.org/snow-critiqueinpractice]
‘An Institutional Retreat: The 13th Istanbul Biennial in the context of Gezi Park,’ in Future Imperfect: Contemporary Art Practices and Cultural Institutions in the Middle East
, ed. Anthony Downey (Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2016) 378-393.
‘Art, Institutionalism and the politics of publicity,’ in Work-in(g) Public
, ed. Rachel Alliston (Berlin, 2015) 45-65. [e-pub: //presslmp.net/Work-in-Public].
‘The Extrovert and the Introvert,’ [on Alighiero e Boetti] in Politics by Other Means: Selected Criticism from Review 31
, ed. Houman Barekat and Alison Hugill (Alresford: Zero Books, 2014) 32-37.
‘Notes on A Short Film About War,’ in Thompson & Craighead: A Short Film About War
(London: The International New Media Gallery, 2013) 5-14.
‘Corinne Silva: The Uncompromising Image,’ in Corinne Silva: Wandering Abroad
(London: The International New Media Gallery, 2012) 17-23.
Essay reviews/Magazine essays
‘Activism as Art’ in Art Monthly, no. 472 (June 2019) 6-10.
‘SALTWATER: A Theory of Thought Forms: The 14th Istanbul Biennial 2015,’ Ibraaz (September 2015) [available at: ibraaz.org/reviews/84
‘Culture Now: Renzo Martens at the ICA,’ Ibraaz (March 2015) [available at: ibraaz.org/news/115
‘13th Istanbul Biennial: A Retreat to the Institution,’ Afterall Online (November 2013) [available at: www.afterall.org