Academic publishing

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Book Chapters

Ephemeral and site-specific encounters with the Freud Museum (London): Penny Siopis’s Three Essays on Shame (2005). In Critical Addresses. The Archive-in-Process (Johannesburg: University of Johannesburg, ed Leora Farber and Clare Jorgensen (Johannesburg: Jacana Media, 2016). Link

Journal Articles

Phoebe Boswell: For Every Real Word SpokenNka: Journal of Contemporary African Art (Duke University Press), forthcoming, November 2017. 

William Kentridge: Thick TimeNECSUS: European Journal of Media Studies (Amsterdam University Press), Spring, May 28, 2017. Link

‘Empathic unsettlement’ in the field of vision: Jo Ractliffe’s Vlakplaas in photographs and videoCritical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies (Taylor and Francis), Archival addresses: photographies, practices, positionalities, Volume 29, 2015. Link

Foucault’s Las Meninas and Art-Historical Methods.  Journal of Literary Studies (Taylor and Francis), Volume 22, Issue 3-4, 2006. Link

Strategies of veiling same-sex desire and its public consumption : Aubrey Beardsley’s illustration of Oscar Wilde’s 1894 Salome. De Arte (Taylor and Francis), 2004. Link

Exhibition Catalogues (selected)

“when I felt like I just wasn’t being heard”: Sharlene Khan’s Nervous Conditions, in I Make Art: Sharlene Khan. This catalogue was published on the occasion of the PhD exhibition I Make Art by Sharlene Khan at Goldsmiths College, London, 2014. Link

Blogging Research (selected)

Interview with Phoebe Boswell on the occasion of the artist’s solo exhibition For Every Real Word Spoken, at Tiwani Contemporary (London) in 2017 and published on Moving Histories, 13 April 2017. Link

Interview with Kemang Wa Lehulere on the occasion of the artist’s solo exhibition Sincerely yours, at the Gasworks (London) in 2015 and published on Finding Africa: Interdisciplinary African Studies, 5 April 2017. Link

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