Writing

From Where Do You Speak? Locating the Possibility of Decolonization in Krista Belle Stewart’s Seraphine Seraphine,” (Wood Land School: Critical Anthology, edited by Duane Linklater, published by Or Gallery and SFU Galleries, forthcoming)

“How Not to Install Indigenous Art as a Feminist,” (Desire/Change: Contemporary Canadian Feminist Art, edited by Heather Davis, published by MAWA and McGill Queens University Press, forthcoming)

the cuts., (with Sadia Shirazi, published as part of Indigenous New York, Critically Speaking, 2017)

“Into an Image,” (The Capilano Review 3.29, “Eye to Eye”)

“Approaching Inheritance,” (The Holding Sky, published in conjunction with Rebecca Brewer’s solo exhibition The H0lding Sky at Catriona Jeffries Gallery, 2016)

“What Looks Like a Line but Isn’t,” (No Visible Horizon, edited by Peta Rake, published in conjunction with the exhibition No Visible Horizon, curated by Peta Rake, 2016)

Evocative and Futile Fantasies of Nature Tamed,” (Hyperallergic, 01 September 2016)

“When Flesh Becomes Electric,” (More Caught in the Act: performance art by Canadian women, edited by Johanna Householder and Tanya Mars, published by YYZ Artists’ Outlet and Artexte, 2016)

“Being Local,” (catalogue essay for Geronimo Inutiq’s ARCTIC NOISE, published by grunt gallery, 2016)

“Close to Frostbite,” (catalogue essay for Meryl McMaster’s solo exhibition Confluence, published by Carleton University Art Gallery, 2016)

Decolonization, Reconciliation, and the Extra-Rational Potential of the Arts,” (ArtsEverywhere, 23 March 2016)

The Restless Remainder,” with Bahar Orang and Gabriel Quigley, (Cities for People, 25 June 2015)

More Precisely,” (Cities for People, 05 June 2015)

Gracefully Post-Human?,” (Musagetes, 01 June 2015))

Exhibition Anatomy,” (Cities for People, 07 April 2015)

Speaking for Oneself,” (Monte Cristo Magazine, Spring 2015)

Keeping the Eyes Open,” (Cities for People, 27 January 2015)

The Parable Conference,” (Cities for People, 23 January 2015)

Rehearsals for Uncertainty,” (Cities for People, 13 January 2015)

Protocols of Listening,” (Cities for People, 08 January 2015)

The Music Made Me,” (Monte Cristo Magazine, Winter 2014)

Where the Metaphor Falls Short,” (Cities for People, 31 October 2014)

“Acquiring Modernity,” (C Magazine, Fall 2014)

Visions of Boyhood,” (Monte Cristo Magazine, Autumn 2014)

Contingent Convergences” (Furnishing Positions 02, Blackwood Gallery, 15 September 2014)

Nunavut in Venice,” (Cities for People, 12 September 2014)

Manifesta 10,” (Cities for People, 05 September 2014)

“Relanding from Mugwort,” (with the STAG Library and Gina Badger, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Summer 2014)

MANIFEST! Choreographing Social Movements in the Americas,” (Cities for People, 26 August 2014)

Cities Building,” (Cities for People, 28 July 2014)

Resilience Theory, from the Sciences to the Arts,” (Cities for People, 11 July 2014)

“Relationship Conflation,” with Ian Wyatt (General Fine Arts, Issue 3, vol. 1)

“Someone New, Someplace Different,” (Monte Cristo Magazine, Summer 2014)

“Into a Body of Water,” (The Lake, edited by Maggie Groat)

“Subject and Object,” (Monte Cristo Magazine,  Spring 2014)

“All that Remains,” (Prefix Photo, Issue 29, vol. 15, no. 1)

“Then, Now: Re-enacting Stories,” (Monte Cristo Magazine, Winter 2013)

“Evolve or Perish,” (Syphon 2.3, 2013)

Decommission (MacLaren Art Centre, 2013)

Other Electricities,” (Art Gallery of Windsor, 2013)

“To Recall, To See, To Dream,” (Monte Cristo Magazine, 2013)

“Spring Fever,” (Monte Cristo Magazine, 2013)

“Toronto Response,” (Reading/Feeling, If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution, 2o13)

“The Time is Nigh,” (Monte Cristo Magazine, 2012)

Living in 10 Easy Lessons (Gallery 44, 2012)

This Story Begins and Ends with Us (A Space Gallery, 2012)

“Reading Circle 1: The City of Matters of Concern,” (Museum of the Near Future 1, OK Do, 2012)

“No Reading After the Internet,” (Function Magazine, 2012)

Revisioning the Indians of Canada Pavilion: Ahzhekewada (Let us look back) (FUSE Magazine, 2012)

“Raqs Media Collective: Surjection,” (C Magazine, 2012)

Changing Stakes: Deconstructing Dubai,” (Canadian Art, 2011)

with Eli Horwatt: A Vision in a Dream: On Toronto’s Pleasure Dome Collective (Color Magazine, 2011)

The Normal Condition of Any Communication (Gallery TPW, 2011)

All Our Memories Significant in Retrospect (The Images Festival, 2011)

An Afterward to Longing (DIM Cinema, 2011)

The Permanent Longing for Elsewhere (Gallery TPW, 2011)

Signal and Noise: The Enduring (VIVO Media Arts, 2009)

Perspectives on an Archive: Ghost Dialogues (The Western Front, 2008)

Who Will Give Up Their Distinctions? (Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society, 2008)