February 22, 2021

  • Staff/Researcher Publications
  • Ambrožič, Mara and Emanuele Quinz. “Counterpoint on Cittadimilano.” In Giorgio Andreotta CalòHangar Pirelli, exhibition catalogue. Milan: Fondazione Pirelli & Skira Publishers, 2020.

    Ambrožič, Mara. “On Rotation.” In Contemporary Research Intensive, The Contemporary Condition 10, edited by Mara Ambrožič, Anastasia Chagdouline, Nicola Guastamacchia, Anne Kølbæk Iversen, Camma Juel Jepsen, Johanne Løgstrup, Clarissa Ricci, Camilla Salvaneschi, James Schofield, Trine Friis Sørensen, Sevie Tsampalla, Marianna Tsionki, Andy Weir, Michael Birchall, Geoff Cox, Joasia Krysa, Jacob Lund, Simon Sheikh & Angela Vettese, 11, 34. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2018.

    —. “Renewal.” In Contemporary Research Intensive, The Contemporary Condition 10, edited by Mara Ambrožič, Anastasia Chagdouline, Nicola Guastamacchia, Anne Kølbæk Iversen, Camma Juel Jepsen, Johanne Løgstrup, Clarissa Ricci, Camilla Salvaneschi, James Schofield, Trine Friis Sørensen, Sevie Tsampalla, Marianna Tsionki, Andy Weir, Michael Birchall, Geoff Cox, Joasia Krysa, Jacob Lund, Simon Sheikh & Angela Vettese, 35-39. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2018.

    —. “We – The Alien Body.” In Katarzyna Swinarsk, Elvin Flamingo + Infer: We – The Common Body, exhibition catalogue, 80-87. Sopot: Panstwowa Galeria Sztuki, 2017.

    —. “Preliminary notes on bibliography on strategies of collective engagement.” In Uchronia. duplicate > do not create, infiltrate > do not exhibit, exceed > do not belong, appear > do not claim, delegate > do not restrict, edited by Annie Vigier, Franck Apertet & Emanuele Quinz, 260-275. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2017.

    —. “Controversial Sustainability: Notes on Art, Engagement and Cultural Ecology.” In Life a User’s Manual, Art Encounters Biennial Catalogue 2017, 260-275.Timisoara: Art Encounters, 2017.

    —. “Not What It Seems.” In What Does the Image Stand For? / De qui l’image est-elle le nom?, edited by Ami Barak, 141-147. Bielefeld/Montreal: Kerber Verlag Press & MOMENTA – Biennale de l’Image à Montreal, 2017.

    —. “Marche! Pour Tojours. Walk! Forever.” Art Africa Magazine. A Luta Continua, edited by Kendell Geers, Issue 7 (March 2017): 76-79.

    —. “States of Opacity: Art, Politics and New Social Imaginaries.” In The City in The Blue Daylight – Contours, edited by Simon Njami, 276-286. Berlin: Kerber Press, 2016.

    —. “The Perfect Paradox.” In Julião Sarmento: La chose, même – the real thing, edited by Ami Barak & Marie Gautier, 64-82. Paris: Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian, Paris Délégation en France & MER Paper Kunsthalle, 2016.

    Birchall, Michael. “Discursive Practice: The Role of Public Practice in the Museum.” In Institution as Praxis. New Curatorial Directions for Collaborative Research edited by Carolina Rito & Bill Balaskas, 110-123. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2020.

    —. “Situating Participatory Art between Process and Practice.” ARKEN, Journal 7 (2017): 56–74.

    —. “The Precarious Nature of Curatorial Work.” In Who Runs the Artworld: Money, Power and Ethics, edited by Brad Buckley & John Conomos, 91-104. Faringdon: Libri Publishing, 2017.

    —. “A History of Socially Engaged Art and the Expanded Field of Public Art Production.” In More Art in the Public Eye, edited by Micaela Martegani, Emma Elizabeth Drew & Jeffrey Aaron Kasper, 13-24. New York: Duke University Press 2020.

    Carr, Adam.#t293words: Adam Carr on James Beckett’s The Sceptical Structures of Max.” T923 Instagram post, June 30, 2020. https://www.instagram.com/p/CCDi5B0Jjq6/?igshid=l5t9aiuk9uhr

    —. “Meet Hugh: Hugh Hayden.” Mousse Magazine, Issue 70 (2020): 152-155.

    —.  “Jagit Chuhan.” In Jagit Chuhan: Refuge edited by Adam Carr, Jai Chuhan & Emma Roberts. Gulab Publications, distributed by Cornerhouse Publications, 2020.

    —.  “Shifting Conversations: Gallery 1 at MOSTYN.” In Circuit – Test, Risk, Change. Young people, youth organisations and galleries working together edited by Mark Miller, Rachel Moilliet & Eileen Daly, 175-177. London: Tate & Paul Hamlyn Foundation, 2019.

    —.  “Untitled: Hannah Levy.” Mousse Magazine, Issue 69 (2019): 134-147.

    —.  “Free Kodak.” In Photo Boom Photo Bust, Miaden Bizumic, 15-34. Berlin: Revolver Publishing, 2019.

    —.  “Near the Weather: Louisa Gagliardi.” Mousse Magazine, Issue 67 (2019): 88-99.

    Carr, Adam & Olivia Leahy (eds.) She Sees The Shadows. London/Wales: DRAF & MOSTYN, 2019.

    Carr, Adam. “Lara Favaretto.” In Lara Favaretto, Rennie Collection, Vancouver, edited by Adam Carr, 9-29. Vancouver: Rennie Collection, 2018.

    —.  “Some Time Waiting.” In KADIST: A Distinct Itinerary in Space and Time, edited by KADIST, 10-18. Paris/San Francisco: KADIST, 2018.

    —.  “The Museum of Yesterday’s Today and Tomorrow.” In Saâdane Afif: Paroles edited by Saâdane Afif, 109-110. Brussels: Triangle Books & WIELS, 2018.

    —.  “Cassette Pulled from a Car Crash: Lydia Ourahmane.” Mousse Magazine, Issue 62 (2018): 254-259.

    —.  “Sol Calero.” Cura, Issue 22 (2016): 1-5.

    —.  “The Turbulence of Painting.” In A.E. Abstract Existence edited by Erik Saglia, May Hands, Israel Lund & James Hoff, 13-18. Rome: Cura.books, 2016.

    —.  Northface. Associate Artists, India Building exhibition catalogue. Liverpool: Liverpool Biennial, 2016.

    Krysa, Joasia. “Exhibitionary Practices at the Intersection of Academic and Research and Public Display.” In Institution as Praxis. New Curatorial Directions for Collaborative Research edited by Carolina Rito & Bill Balaskas, 62-75. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2020.

    —. (ed.) Systemics, or Exhibition as a Series. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2017.

    —. “Exhibitionary practices at the intersection of academic research and public display.” In Futures of Artistic Research – At the Intersection of Utopia, Academia and Power edited by Anita Seppä, Henk Slager & Jan Kaila, 63-72. Helsinki: University of the Arts Helsinki, 2017.

    —. “The Politics of Contemporary Curating: a Technological Perspective.” In The Routledge Companion to Art and Politics, edited by Randy Martin, 11. Abingdon: Routledge, 2015.

    Leaper Hana. “The Famous Women Dinner Service: A Critical Introduction and Catalogue.” British Art Studies, Issue 7, https://doi.org/10.17658/issn.2058-5462/issue-07/hleaper

    Leaper, Hana, Carmen Hermo, Judy Chicago, The Women’s Art League, filmed by Jonathan Law. “The FamousWomen Dinner Service: In Conversation with Contemporary Art.” British Art Studies, Issue 7, http://britishartstudies.ac.uk/issues/issue-index/issue-7/dinner-party

    Leaper, Hana & Polly Mills. “Eden in Sussex: Atheist Moderns and the Berwick Church Murals.” In Rural Modernity in Britain: A Critical Intervention edited by Kristin Bluemel & Michael McCluskey, 239-254. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018.

    Leaper, Hana. “‘Old-fashioned modern’: Claude Flight’s Lino-Cuts and Public Taste in the Interwar Period.” Modernist Cultures, vol.11 no.3 (November 2016): 389-408.

    —. “Immortal Apples and Eternal Eggs: Life and Still Life in the Bedsits of Bloomsbury.” In Living with Strangers. Bedsits and Boarding Houses in Modern English Life, Literature and Film edited by Chiara Briganti & Kathy Mezei, 43-62. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018. 

    Schofield, James, Katy Morrison, Mel Galley & Bryony Dawson (eds.) CHAIN/MAIL Issue 3: Greater Manchester/Lancashire/Cumbria. Leeds: Corridor8, 2020.

    Schofield, James. “Untitled (fortune).” In OFF_CENTRE DRAFT#1: Performativity, edited by PINK, 98. Manchester, PINK, 2020.

    —. “Artist-Led.” In Contemporary Research Intensive, The Contemporary Condition 10, edited by Mara Ambrožič, Anastasia Chagdouline, Nicola Guastamacchia, Anne Kølbæk Iversen, Camma Juel Jepsen, Johanne Løgstrup, Clarissa Ricci, Camilla Salvaneschi, James Schofield, Trine Friis Sørensen, Sevie Tsampalla, Marianna Tsionki, Andy Weir, Michael Birchall, Geoff Cox, Joasia Krysa, Jacob Lund, Simon Sheikh & Angela Vettese, 41-44. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2018.

    Silva, Gabriela Saenger. “Towards the communities: some notes on participatory projects in biennials.” Engage 44: Biennials and Beyond, https://engage.org/journals/engage-44/

    Tsampalla, Sevie. “Commoning and Learning from Athens, Documenta 14.” In Passepartout – New InfrastructuresPerformative Infrastructures in the Art Field, Aarhus University, issue 40 (2020): 257-278.

    Tsampalla, Sevie & Anne Kølbæk Iversen. “On Bodies and Rhythms.” In Contemporary Research Intensive, The Contemporary Condition 10, edited by Mara Ambrožič, Anastasia Chagdouline, Nicola Guastamacchia, Anne Kølbæk Iversen, Camma Juel Jepsen, Johanne Løgstrup, Clarissa Ricci, Camilla Salvaneschi, James Schofield, Trine Friis Sørensen, Sevie Tsampalla, Marianna Tsionki, Andy Weir, Michael Birchall, Geoff Cox, Joasia Krysa, Jacob Lund, Simon Sheikh & Angela Vettese, 27-33. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2018.

    Tsampalla, Sevie. “Walking on shifting grounds. Network Nomadic Architecture’s actions. Traversing routes between nomadism, migration and the commons.” In Νομαδική Αρχιτεκτονική. Περπατώντας σε ευάλωτα τοπία / Nomadic Architecture. Walking through Fragile Landscapes edited by Eleni Tzirtzilaki, 112-117/242-247. Athens: Futura editions, 2018.