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Artists as Writers: Artists Write About Art: Integrated Media, Sculpture and Installation

Genre: Artists writing about Art: Integrated Media, Sculpture and Installation

This section contains writing by artists who create integrated media, sculpture, and installation art, discussing their ideas about art and the work of other artists.

Artists on this page:

Ai Weiwei: Writing about art

Books

The Black Cover Book. Eds. Ai Weiwei, Zeng Xiaojun & Xu Bing. Beijing: Red Flag Books, 1994.
This book comprises reproductions of iconic twentieth-century artworks by Marcel Duchamp and Jeff Koons, among others, translations of existing art-historical and critical texts, artists’ submissions, and essays

Ai Weiwei's Blog: Writings, Interviews, and Digital Rants, 2006-2009. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2011.
Translations of Ai WeiWei's blogs. Accessible through OCADU.

"The Parrot's Tale: Ai Weiwei Explores MAP Office." The Parrot's Tale. Hong Kong: Map Book Publishers, 2007.

The Richness of Life: The Personal Photographs of Contemporary Chinese Artist Liu Xiaodong: 1984-2006. Hong Kong: Timezone 8, 2007.
This book includes writing by Ai WeiWei.

 

Catalogue Essays and Articles

"The Multiple Predicaments and Upturns of Chinese Contemporary Art." Mahjong: Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection. Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz ; New York: Art Publishers [distributor], 2005.

"The Joy of Running Away And All That Catches The Eye." Show Me... Catch Me... Sight Unseen: Xie Nanxing and Wang Xingwei. Beijing: China Art Archives & Warehouse (CAAW), Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing-Lucerne, 2005. pp. 7-9.

"Dancing With Hyenas: Concerning Foreign Architects Practicing in China." Michael Maltzan: Alternate Ground. Pittsburgh, Pa.: Heinz Architectural Center, Carnegie Museum of Art, 2005.

"Do As You Wish."  Rent - Rent Collection Yard. Beijing: Galerie Urs Meile, 2008, pp. 11.
A catalogue essay by Ai for an exhibit by Li Zhanyang

"Why Do We Need Another Exhibition?" The State of Things. Eds. Luc Tuymans, Ai Weiwei, Fan Di'an. Brussels ; Beijing: BOZAR Center for Fine Arts ; Tielt: Lanoo Books, 2009.

"The Wings of Live Art: He Yunchang." Beijing ; Lucerne: Galerie Urs Meile, 2009.
Ai provided texts for this catalogue.

"Shan is not Shan, Shui is not Shui." Shanshui: Poetry Without Sound? Ostfilder : Hatje Cantz Verlag ; Luzern: Kunstmuseum Luzern, 2011.
A catalogue essay by Ai, who was also co-curator of this exhibition

Ai Weiwei: 'China's art world does not exist'. The Guardian (London UK) 10 Sep 2012: online. View article online.

Roy Ascott: Writing about art and technology

The concept of ‘moistmedia art’: Two interviews with Roy Ascott.  Technoetic Arts: A Journal of Speculative Research, 06/2015, Volume 13, Issue 1-2. Read online through OCADU Library.

Engineering Nature: Art and Consciousness in the Post-Biological Era. Intellect Books, 2006. Read ebook online through OCADU.

Technoetic Pathways toward the Spiritual in Art: A Transdisciplinary Perspective on Connectedness... Leonardo, 01/2006, Volume 39, Issue 1. Read online through OCADU Library.

Cybernetic, Technoetic, Syncretic: The Prospect for Art. Leonardo, 06/2008, Volume 41, Issue 3. Read online through OCADU Library.

Telematic Embrace. University of California Press, 2003.
This book explores Ascott's ideas on how networked communication has shaped behavior and consciousness within and beyond the realm of what is conventionally defined as art. Available at OCADU Library.

Syncretic Strategies: Art in the Time of the Fourth VR. Artlink, 09/2014. Available through OCADU Library.

Planetary Technoetics: Art, Technology and Consciousness. Leonardo, 01/2004, Volume 37, Issue 2. Read online through OCADU Library.

Art, technology, consciousness: mind@large. Intellect Books, 2000. Read in print or online at OCADU Library.

Arts education @ the edge of the Net: The future will be moist. Arts Education Policy Review, 01/2001, Volume 102, Issue 3. Read online through OCADU Library.

Reframing Consciousness. Intellect Books, 2000. Read ebook online through OCADU Library.

Art, Technology, Consciousness. Intellect Books, 2000. Read ebook online through OCADU Library.

The Technoetic Predicate. Leonardo, 01/1999, Volume 32, Issue 3. Read online through OCADU Library.

Reframing Consciousness. Conference Proceeding. Intellect Books, 1999. Read ebook online through OCADU Library.

A Specialist Bibliography of Art and Consciousness. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 09/1998, Volume 4, Issue 3. Read online through OCADU Library.

Enactement and emergence in the dramaturgy of artificial life. Proceedings of the sixth ACM international conference on multimedia, 09/1998. Read online through OCADU Library.

Art, Technology and Consciousness: The Technoetic Paradigm. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 09/1998, Volume 4, Issue 3. Read online through OCADU Library.

Editorial: The Planetary Collegium: Towards the Radical Reconstruction of Art Education. Leonardo, 01/1998, Volume 31, Issue 2. Read online through OCADU Library.

Consciousness reframed: Art and consciousness in the post-biological era. Digital Creativity, 01/1998, Volume 9, Issue 1. Read online through OCADU Library.

Nature II: Telematic Culture and Artificial Life. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 03/1995, Volume 1, Issue 1. Read online through OCADU Library.

Editorial: Telenoia - Art in the age of artificial life. Leonardo, 01/1993, Volume 26, Issue 3. Read online through OCADU Library.

Connectivity: Art and Interactive Telecommunications. Leonardo, 01/1991, Volume 24, Issue 2. Read online through OCADU Library.

Is there Love in the Telematic Embrace? Art Journal, 10/1990, Volume 49, Issue 3. Read online through OCADU Library.

On Networking. Leonardo, 01/1988, Volume 21, Issue 3. Read online through OCADU Library.

Art and Education in the Telematic Culture. Leonardo. Supplemental Issue, 01/1988, Volume 1, Issue 1. Read online through OCADU Library.

Le moment télématique. Inter, 1986, Issue 31. Read online through OCADU Library. (French)

Artificial intelligence in the arts: nr. 1 : "Brainwork". Steirischer Herbst: Austria, 1985. Available at OCADU Library.

Towards a Field Theory for Post-Modernist Art. Leonardo, 01/1980, Volume 13, Issue 1. Read online through OCADU Library.

Leonardo: The First Decade. Leonardo, 07/1978, Volume 11, Issue 3. Read online through OCADU Library.

The Computer Simulation of Behaviour (Book Review). Leonardo, 07/1971. Read online through OCADU Library.

AA Bronson: Writing about art

Museums by artists by Bronson, A. A; Gale, Peggy. Art Metropole, 1983. Available at OCADU Library.

From Low to High and Back Again: Zen and the Art of Being in Consumer Culture, in Installationview: Ryan McGinness. Rizzoli International Publications, Inc, New York, 2005.  Available at OCADU Library.

Art & Economy (exhibition catalogue), Hatje Cantz, Hamburg (with an essay by AA Bronson)

"Trade with Erik Hanson" and "Trade with Arne Svenson", WC #1, White Columns, New York

"Publications: Manifestos of the Artist-run Centres", Tiré a Part \ Off Printing, RCAAQ, Montreal, pp. 11-23

"A Word of Caution", decentre, YYZ Books, Toronto, 2008, pp. 35-37.

"Artist’s Favourites", Spike Art Quarterly, Vienna, Summer 2008, pp. 18-20

"Desiderata, New York City, 3.3.07", Formulas for Now, London, Thames and Hudson, 2008, pp. 32-33

"Reading Gareth Long", Gareth Long Second Third Fourth, Oakville Galleries, Oakville, 2008, pp. 50-67

"Burning Down the House"/"Documenta Sex", Kinomusum: Towards an Artists' Cinema, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Koenig, Cologne, 2008, pp. 71-84

"Is This Where We Should Begin?", by AA Bronson and Don’t Rhine. in Make Everything New: A Project on Communicsm, Book Works, London, 2006, pp. 38-53

"Ceci n'est pas un livre d'artiste", 4Editeurs / 4 Publishers, Musée Royal de Mariemont, Brussels, Belgium, pp. 11-14

"Sex Work: The Museum as Brothel; Art House as Porn House", 53. Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen 3.-8. Mai 2007, Oberhausen, 2007, pp. 103-107

“The Autobiography of Mark Jan Krayenhoff van de Leur.” Hyperallergic.com, New York, September 26, 2014.

“Documenta Sex,” EXHIBITION: Documents of Contemporary Art, London: Whitechapel Gallery. 72.

“On Temptation,” E.R.O.S. IV, London. 130-149.

“Mehr Berlin.” Tagesspiegel, 31 January 2015.

Eldon Garnet: Writing about art

Articles in Impulse magazine (as editor and contributor). Toronto: 1971-1990. 

  • "El topo: A film by Alexandro Jodorowsky." Impulse Spring (1975). 
  • "A Critical Investigation." Impulse Winter (1977).

"Allegory: To Speak Other Wise." C Magazine 6.Summer (1985): p. 20-22. Available online from C Magazine.

"Fight Against the Dying of the Light." Our Thresholds. Tokyo: Workshop for Architecture and Urbanism, 1991.

"Boston's Holocaust Memorial Designs Miss the Point." The Jewish Advocate 7 June 1991.

"Purgatory: The Gate." Toronto: Yellowhat, 1997.

"Freeing Art From the Tyranny of Physical Ability." The Globe and Mail 15 Oct 1999, C.10. Available at OCADU Library.

Mimesis Antimimesis in Photography. [Toronto: The Artist], 2003. Available at OCADU Library.

"Favourites: Blade Runner." Montage Summer (2003): p. 40.

Impulse Archaeology. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005.  Available at OCADU Library.
A book about the magazine Impulse.

"Frieze Art Fair, London." Canadian Art 25.1 Spring (2008): p. 84-86. Available at OCADU Library.

"Show Time: The World's Most Glamorous Vocational Schools." Canadian Art 25.4 Winter (2008): p. 94-97. Available at OCADU Library.

Untitled text contribution in exhibition catalogue Empire of Dreams. Toronto: Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, October 2010.

Ian Carr-Harris: Writing about art

Articles and Letters

"Sex and Representation." Vanguard November (1984): p. 22-25.

Letters. Vanguard March (1985): p. 44-45.
An exchange of letters to the editor with Liz Magor regarding "Sex & Representation"

"Under the Gaze of Criticism." Artists/Critics: the YYZ Conference Papers. Toronto, 1985.

"Toronto, Art, and History." Toronto: A Play of History. Toronto: Power Plant, 1987. Available at OCADU Library.

Serious Art in Toronto: Tracing Cultural Imperatives. Canadian Art (04/1988). Available at OCADU Library.

Letters ("A Nationalist's Discourse?") Vanguard 18.4 (1989): p. 46.
A response letter.

"A History of Manners: Susan Schelle's Taste." Frame of Mind: Viewpoints on Photography in Contemporary Canadian Art. Banff: Walter Phillips Gallery, 1993. Available at OCADU Library.

"International News Supplement: Toronto." Contemporary January (2002). London, UK.

"International News Supplement: Toronto." Contemporary May (2002). London, UK.

"International News Supplement: Toronto." Contemporary March (2003). London, UK.

"Tracing Reading Writing." The Joan Carlisle-Irving Lectures, UBC (unpublished).

Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts 2007. Ottawa: Canada Council, 2007

"Patronage or Subsidy: Government Funding of Canadian Artists." Artviews Summer (1985).
A position paper

Perfect Portfolio [videorecording] VHS. Toronto: Visual Arts Ontario, 1992.
This is a recording of a panel discussion introducing the basic concepts involved in effective portfolio presentation with: Ian Carr-Harris & others.

"14.1" in Decentre: Concerning Artist-Run Culture. Toronto: YYZBooks, 2008. 49-50. Available at OCADU Library.

"Figure: on the Artist Gordon Lebret" in Gordon Lebredt: nonworks, 1975-2008. Plug in Editions, 2011.
Includes Carr-Harris' essay about the artist.

 

Catalogue Essays

"Al McWilliams: Interview and Commentary." Al McWilliams. Lethbridge: Southern Alberta Art Gallery, 1989. Available at OCADU Library.
Preface, interview and commentary by Ian Carr-Harris.

"A Far Country: Viewing the Isaacs Gallery." Small Villages: The Isaacs Gallery in Toronto, 1956-1991. Hamilton: The Art Gallery of Hamilton, 1991.

"A History of Manners: Susan Schelle's Taste." Frame of Mind: Viewpoints on Photography in Contemporary Canadian Art. Banff: Walter Phillips Gallery, 1993. Available at OCADU Library.

"Supplementary Footnotes to Susan Schelle's 'A Question of Behaviour'." Susan Schelle: A Question of Behaviour. Toronto: The Power Plant, 1994. Available in OCADU's Library Vertical File Collection.

"Nineteen footnotes written on an airplane concerning Patricia Homonylo's Patti Darnell series." The Ceremonial Landscape. Ottawa: Gallery 101, 1996

"Staging Painting in the Work of Ulrike Nattermüller." Ulrike Nattermüller: Prospekt. Köln: Salon Verlag, 2000.

"Moments in the Work of Margarita Andreu." Margarita Andreu. Girona, Spain: Fundacío Espais d'Art Contemporáni, 2000.

"Visiting Artists' Exhibition." Sarah Nind: Mind Landscapes. Toronto: Open Studio Gallery, May 2001.

"Getting to Know Barbara." Barbara McGill Balfour: Offspring. Toronto: Open Studio Gallery, 2001.

"Un ami du docteur Gachet : le peintre Ambroise Detrez (1811-1863)." Un ami du docteur Gachet : le peintre Ambroise Détrez (1811-1863). Valenciennes : Editions de l'aquarium agnostique, 1999. Available at OCADU Library.
A piece by Ian Carr-Harris in French introducing Ambroise Detrez in his own exhibition catalogue.

Close Readers / Eyes Wide Set: The 2009 Graduating Exhibition of Lorna Bauer, OCAD Instructor Nicole Collins, David Court, Mimi Gellman, Irene Loughlin and Josh Thorpe. University of Toronto, MVS (Masters of Visual Studies) Programme in Studio Art.
These are catalogue texts by Ian Carr-Harris, as writer/curator for the 2009 MVS Exhibition.

Johanna Householder: Writing about art

Chapters and Articles

"6 of 1001 Nights of Performance."  Written by Johanna "for the A Space Performance Committee." 6 of 1001 Nights of erformance activity book insert in Parallelogramme 12.2 (Dec 1986-Jan 1987): A Space/[pg] 3.

"Mad For Bliss: Vera Frenkel at The Music Gallery, Toronto." C Magazine 24 (Winter 1990):61-2. Read text online from CCCA website.

"Rencontre Performance."  Fuse 20.3 (June 1997): 41-43. 
A review of the International Performance Festival presented by Le Lieu (CineCycle, Toronto, Oct 29-31, 1996)

"Live at the End of the Century: Aspects of Performance Art in Vancouver (Book Review)." Fuse 24.1 (June 2001): 38-9.

"Apologia." Caught in the Act: An Anthology of Performance Art by Canadian Women. Eds. Tanya Mars and Johanna Householder. Toronto: YYZ Books, 2004. 12-19.

"Frances Leeming: Domestic Goddess." Caught in the Act: An Anthology of Performance Art by Canadian Women. Eds. Tanya Mars and Johanna Householder. Toronto: YYZ Books, 2004. 297-305.

"Paulette Phillips: Fascinations." Sketch (Spring 2006): 8-11. [read online from OCAD website]

"This Page Is A Site: Site, Artist And Audience In Four Recent Performances."  Canadian Theatre Review 126 (2006): 10-15.

"Five (Failed) Attempts at a Feminist Revolution." Art Institutions and the Feminist Dialectic Symposium, 2008. [videorecording]  View a video of Johanna's presentation online.

"Performance Art." Canadian Art Foundation, 2009-2010. [videorecording] View interview online.

 

Catalogue Essays

"10 Meditations on a Song by Oliva Newton John." Touch/Touché: An Exhibition of Interactive Works, catalogue. Toronto: InterAccess, 1999.

"Imagine That Every Woman Is A Country." Loneliness in the Boundaries: Melati Suryodarmo. Yogyakarta: Melati Suryodarmo, 2006. Read text online from Suryodarmo's website.

Luis Jacob: Writing about art

“7A*11D Performance Art Festival”, Lola (Toronto), November 1997

“Recent artist-run culture in Toronto”, Cube#3-4 (Montreal), November 1997

“Philip Grauer: Baby Pictures” brochure text (Toronto: Mercer Union, 1998)

“Anda Kubis” (Toronto: Lonsdale Gallery, 1998)

“Do It Yourself”, Lola (Toronto), Summer 1998

J.D.s years, 1980s queer zine culture from Toronto. 1999. Available through the OCADU Zine Library.
A catalogue of zines published in Toronto's queer community between 1985 and 1991.

“Art Market”, Lola (Toronto), Winter 2000-01

“After 1000 Gracias” with François Dion in Fin de Siecle (Montreal, Optica, 2000)

“c/o La Ciudad: working in Mexico City”, Art Nexus (Miami and Bogotá) , Volume 3, Number 41; and FUSE Magazine (Toronto), Volume 24, Number 1, 2001

“Deeds / Abstracts” in Open Letter (London: Eleventh Series, Number 5, Summer 2002)

Funkaesthetics. by Jacob, Luis; Piper, Adrian; Wendt, Pan. Justina M. Barnicke Gallery. 2009. Available at OCADU Library.

Commerce by artists. Art Metropole, Toronto: 2001. Read at OCADU Library.

"Golden Streams: Artists' Collaboration and Exchange in the 1970s." Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto: Mississauga, 2002 [General Idea, Image Bank, Banal Beauty Inc., New York Corres Sponge Dance School of Vancouver]  Read online from the CCCA.

“Don’t Let This Come Between Us: Anarchism and Relational Aesthetics in Contemporary Art”, Tart Magazine (Winnipeg), Issue 12

Disordered Painting: Impure Abstraction and Blank Expression in the Work of Eric Glavin.  Catalogue essay in Eric Glavin: Radiant City.  Oakville Galleries.  2005.  Available at OCADU Library.

“Flashlight” in idea&s (Toronto), Autumn 2005, Volume 2 Number 2

Flashlight: public art and the mothership connection in uTOpia: Toward a New Toronto, edited by Alana Wilcox and Jason McBride. Coach House Press. 2005.  Available at OCADU Library.

The List: 10 things conceptual artist Luis Jacob can’t live without. Toronto Life. March 24, 2011. Read online.

Essays in Seeing and believing. Black Dog Publishing. 2013. Available at OCADU Library.

Will Munro: history, glamour, magic. Art Gallery of York University. 2013. Available at OCADU Library.

A Play of History. Canadian Art. September 6, 2017. Read online.
Jacob: “Historical continuity is the Achilles heel of Toronto artmaking.” I wrote these words eight years ago. Today I wonder: What does this mean?

Akasiw Maskegon-iskwew: Writing about art and visual media

"Aboriginal Authorship and Production in Virtual Reality." Banff Centre for the Arts, May 20-22, 1994.
A paper presentation at Cyberconf: The Fourth International Conference on Cyberspace as part of Diversity, Technology and Cyberspace panel moderated by Sara Diamond.

"Drumbeats to Drumbytes." A report about the gathering of aboriginal media artists, Drumbeats to Drumbytes, hosted by Aboriginal Film and Video Arts Alliance and Banff Centre for the Arts, 1994. View the report edited for Ahasiw's website with information about the project and timeline, or read the original report in PDF from Ahasiw's website

"The Mocassin Telegraph Goes High-Tech." Talking Stick: First Nations Arts Magazine 1.2 (Spring 1994): 26.

Curatorial statement in exhibition catalogue nanâtawihitowin-âcimowina (Healing Stories): Three Collaborative First Peoples Performances. Banff: Walter Phillips Gallery, 1995.

"Native Love: Subverting the Boundaries of the Heart."  FUSE 19.4 (Summer 1996): 24.

 "Nêhiyawêwin and Virtual Reality." 6th International Symposium on Electronic Art conference proceeding (1995) • also included in MIX: The Magazine of Artistrun Culture (formerly Parallélogramme) 21.4 (Winter 1995): 38-9. Read online from ISEA webarchive or read online from Ahasiw's old website.

"Talk Indian To Me #1." MIX: The Magazine of Artistrun Culture (formerly Parallélogramme) 21.4 (Fall 1995). Read from grunt gallery's Ghostkeeper website or from Ahasiw's old 1996 website.

"Talk Indian to Me #2 (Neheyawewin and Virtual Reality)."  MIX: The Magazine of Artistrun Culture (formerly Parallélogramme) 21.4 (Winter 1995): 38-9. Read from Ahasiw's old 1996 website.

"Talk Indian to Me #3 (wêmistikôsiwi--mîcim)." MIX: The Magazine of Artistrun Culture (formerly Parallélogramme) 21.4 (1996): 36-8. Read online from grunt gallery's Ghostkeeper website or from Ahasiw's old 1996 website.

"Talk Indian to Me #4 (Speaking Spider Languages)." MIX: The Magazine of Artistrun Culture (formerly Parallélogramme) 22.1 (Summer 1996): 62-3. Read online from grunt gallery's Ghostkeeper website.

"Talk Indian To Me #5 (Walking in Beauty)." MIX: The Magazine of Artistrun Culture (formerly Parallélogramme) 22.3 (Winter 1996): 58-60. Read online from grunt gallery's Ghostkeeper website.
Writing about the performance work Ancient Memories

Ahasiw was part of the "Sublime and Impossible Bodies Panel" at SIGGRAPH 98. SIGGRAPH 98 Conference abstracts and applications. New York: ACM, 1998  Read Ahasiw's short statement about it online.

"Front Line Art: Forum on Community Arts Report." Eds. Louise May & Gerry Atwell. Winnipeg: St. Norbert Arts and Cultural Centre, 1999.

"Hysterical, Auto-Cannibalist Culture versus Trans-temporal Interwoven Identities." The Multiple and Mutable Subject. Eds. Vera Lemecha and Reva Stone. St. Norbert, MB: St. Norbert Arts Centre, 2001.

Statement for "Aboriginal Collaborations—Within and Between Nations, Within and Between Cultures" panel at Banff New Media Institute's Bridges Two Consortium, 2002.
Read Ahasiw's abstract for the panel, or listen to Ahasiw's presentation (17:18). Also see the website for Bridges Two Consortium.

"Cyberskins." Paper presentation by Ahasiw at ISEA 2004 Twelfth International Symposium on Electronic Art.  See ISEA archive mentioning this paper presentation.

"Weak Credentials: Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge in Contemporary Colonial Art." Tiré à part/Off Printing: Conference proceedings. Montreal: RCAAQ,  June 2005. Read online from Ahasiw's website.

"The Strength of Uncertain Relations: Violence, Indeterminance and the Art of Peace, Rapporteur's Interim Report." After the Facts. Toronto: Fado Performance Art, 2004-2005.
An online discussion of performance art, moderated by Paul Couillard.

"Documenting Fluid Memes: Slippery Translucence and Visceral Reflection in Performance Art,Rapporteur's Final Report." After the Facts. Toronto: Fado Performance Art, June 2005. Read online from Ahasiw's website.
An online discussion of performance art, moderated by Paul Couillard.

"Sneakup and the Totentanz: All Our Relations Confronting the Dance of Death." INDIANacts - Aboriginal Performance Art. Curated by Lori Blondeau and Dana Claxton, edited by Florene Belmore. Vancouver: grunt gallery, 2002. Read article online from Ahasiw's website. See also:

"Drumbeats to Drumbytes: Globalizing Networked Aboriginal Art." Transference, Tradition, Technology: Native New Media Exploring Visual & Digital Culture. Eds.Dana Claxton, Steven Loft, Melanie Townsend. Banff: Walter Phillips Gallery Editions in association with Art Gallery of Hamilton & Indigenous Media Arts Group, 2005.

"Mapping Homunculi at War: Aboriginal Performance Art Sneaks Up." A curatorial essay in exhibition booklet Signified: Ritual Language in First Nations Performance Art. Regina: Sâkêwêwak Artists Collective, 2002.
This is essay is about the performance art of Reona Brass and Bently Spang

"Cheryl L'Hirondelle Waynohtêw: Waynohtêw and the âpihtawikosisân Infiltration of Deep Structure." Caught in the Act: An Anthology of Performance Art by Canadian Women. Eds. Tanya Mars and Johanna Householder. Toronto: YYZ Books, 2004. 306-314.

Lisa Myers: Writing about art

On These Grounds. Part of Marvellous Grounds: Special Issue #2 – Bodies as Archives: QTBIPOC Art and Performance in Toronto. n.d.  Read online.

In The Moment, Of The Moment. Catalogue essay written as curator for Vtape's In the moment, of the moment. n.d.  Read online.

Reading the Talk. The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, 2014.  Read the book at OCADU Library.
Contemporary Indigenous artists explore ancient treaties to reveal what they say about relationships to lands, region and territory, while considering distinct Indigenous perspectives on the history of treaties in this land now called Canada. Includes an essay by Lisa (Rose) Myers.

Nancy Paterson: Writing about art

"Taboo Subjects: Rachel Rosenthal and Guiditta Tornetta." Arts Canada (Nov 1982).

"Rock Video/Video Art: An Historical Survey of Video Art and Contemporary Music." Videoguide (Summer 1983).

"Women and Architecture." Fifth Column 3.3/4 (Summer 1983): 92.

"Curating Video." Cinema Canada 139 (Mar 1987): 14-5. Read article online.

"Misplaced Affection: A Computer-Controlled Interactive Household Appliance Environment." Laura Kikauka with Nancy Paterson. Leonardo 20.3 (1987): 247-250. Read article online.

"Focus on Oliver Kelhammer and Janice Bowley." Canadian Art 7.1 (Spring 1990): 93. Read article online.

Rirkit Tiravanija: Writing about art

"Stroll" Viennese Story. Wien: Wiener Secession, 1993.

"Real Time Travel." Artforum 34.10 (Summer 1996): p. 78.  Available from OCADU Library.
Tiravanija interviews Peter Fischli and David Weiss and writes the article

Catalogue essay  on Thai artist Krisanamis in Nach-Bild [After Image]. Basel, Switzerland: Kunsthalle Basel, 1999.

Postscript for Tobias Rehberger: Private Matters exhibition. Tobias Rehberger: Private matters. Zurich: JRP Ringier ; London: Whitechapel Art Gallery, 2004.

Apichatpong Weerasethakul: Primitive. New York: New Museum, 2011. Catalogue essay "Ghosts in the Projector" by Tiravanija

Simon Leung. New York: CUE Art Foundation, 2011.
Written statement by Tiravanija for an exhibition he curated.

"You haven't taught until you see the light bulb in their eyes light up." Art Review (2003).
Artists' comments focusing on careers as teachers and the approaches they employ with their students

"In Another Country: Yoko Ono in Conversation with Rirkrit Tiravanija." Artforum 47.10 (Summer 2009): p. 280-3. Available from OCADU Library.
Tiravanija interviews Yoko Ono and writes the article.

Apichatpong Weerasethakul: Primitive. New York: New Museum, 2011.

"Pierre Huyghe." Interview 41.1 (February 2011): p. 46. Read online at Interview.