WRITING

Selections

“We rode a train to write this essay,” John Q co-author, Journal of American Studies, Vol. 52, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018

“Radical View of Freedom: Interview with Dread Scott,” Journal of American Studies, Vol. 52, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018

“Collecting Social Things” in Rhetoric, Social Value, and the Arts, Palgrave Pivot, forthcoming 2017

Interview with Suzanne Lacy, Art & the Public Sphere, Intellect, Vol. 6, Issue 1, forthcoming 2017

Chris Bradley’s Shifting Objects, Chicago Works: Chris Bradley brochure, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (2017)

Matter Matters, Chicago Works: Andrew Yang brochure, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (2016)

Participatory Research and Visual Methods, Visual Methodologies, Vol 4, No 1 (2016)

Scott Ingram’s Blue Collar Modernism, Sculpture, January/February 2015, Vol. 34, No. 1

The Campaign for Atlanta: An Act of Research, QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking, Michigan State University Press, Volume 1, Number 2 (Summer 2014)

Geographic Practice in Terminal Velocity, 2011/2012 Working Artist Projects exhibition catalogue, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2013

Feeling the Archives, Emotion, Space & Society, 5 (2012)

Art Under the Oddest Circumstances, BURNAWAY, July 24, 2012

Claire Culture: Milford Thomas and the Public Work of Filmmaking, Art Papers May/June 2012

The Social Life of Pam Longobardi’s Drifters Project, Packet Soup exhibition catalogue, May/June 2012, SAVVY Contemporary: The Laboratory of Form-Ideas, Berlin

Motherhood in Morning Sun, Review of Benita Carr’s photography and video at Whitespace, ArtsATL, January 2012

Grad School Confidential, BURNAWAY, November 2, 2011

Future Perfect: Tina Martel’s Evolution, Evolve exhibition catalogue, 2011

Discursive Memorials, collaborative essay with John Q, Southern Spaces, 2010

Queer Pictures, The JOSH (Arts and Sciences PROJECTS, NY, Spring 2009)

Genesis Traveler, 2007/2008 Working Artist Projects, Museum of Contemporary Art of GA’s 2007/2008 Working Artists Project exhibition catalogue

Fly on the Web: When Performance Goes Online, Gay and Lesbian Review/Worldwide (Jan-Feb 2006)