“Ecological Witnessing”, in Crone, Bridget, Nightingale, Sam, and Stanton, Polly, eds.,
Fieldwork for Future Ecologies
(Eindhoven: Onomatopee, 2022. (forthcoming)
“Hexachloroethane Horizons”, in
It’s Freezing in LA
, issue 9: Health, May 2022.
, MARCH: a journal of art & strategy, issue 2, Oct 2021.
“South is a state of sacrifice”, in
Failed States: A journal of indeterminate geographies vol. 4, London, Feb. 2021.
“Landscapes and Logics of Extractivism”, in
Thresholds 49: Supply
, MIT Press on behalf of the School of Architecture & Planning, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 2021.
“Black Ecologies: an opening, an offering”
, MARCH: a journal of art & strategy, issue 1, St. Louis, MO, Oct. 2020.
“To the pigeons on my balcony: a love letter”
, CC: World, Haus der Kulteren der Welt, Aug. 2020.
“Reflections on Truth as Theatrical Fiction”, in
Things We Do Together
. The Post-Reader, Ujazdowski Center for Contemporary Art (Berlin: Mausse Publishing, 2021).
“Seeing Culture through Fossil Fuel Infrastructure”, in
Look for me all around you
, Claire Tancons, ed., Sharjah Biennial 14 (Sharjah: Delmonico/Prestel, 2019), 331-349.
“Between You and Me”, with Kenneth Pietrobono,
, 24 Jul. 2018
“10x10 Questions for 2018”,
, 15 Jan. 2018
“Zombifying Neighborhoods: The Cultural Ramifications of Gentrification in New Orleans”, Shelterforce Magazine, August 2017 (author as Blights Out)
“The Black Market: Kevin Brisco, Jr. at Good Children Gallery”, 28 Jul. 2017
“Ashe to Amen: The Enduring Spirituality of People of African Descent in New Orleans”, Ashé Cultural Arts Center/ Efforts of Grace, Inc., New Orleans, US, December 2015 (designer, editor)
The House That Herman Built
, Merz & Solitude, Stuttgart, DE, June 2014 (designer, author, editor)
“Mary Ellen Carroll”, “Pieter Hugo”, “The Propeller Group and Christopher Meyers”, and “David Zink-Yi” in
Prospect.3: Notes for Now
, Prestel Publishing, 2014 (author, catalogue essays)
“Performing Bare Life: Occupying the Liminality between Civilizations”,
, Special German ed. prepared for “global aCtIVISm”, Karlsruhe, DE, 2014
Artists & Activists 18
, Printed Matter, Inc., 2012
Untitled photographs, Human Rights in a Global Context, 220.127.116.11, 2.1.5, and 3.2, Educatis: CH, 2010
“Louisiana’s Vital Wetlands”,
The Washington Post
, 25 Jul. 2009: A16
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