Select Writings 

Book
Art after Liberalism (Columbia, 2022)

Scholarly Essays
"Architectures of Darkness in Mark Bradford and Derek Jarman," Queering Architecture (Bloomsbury, 2023). 
“Death and Life in Kara Walker’s Public Art Interventions,” Arcade, 2021.
“Truth, Politics, Disintegration: Forensic Architecture at the Whitney,” World Records, 2020.
Introduction, World Records vol. 4: ‘In the Presence of Others’ (w/ Jason Fox), 2020. 

Toward a Sensory Politics of Place" (on Verena Paravel and JP Sniadecki) ASAP/Journal, 2019. 

Exposure & Black Migrancy in Teju Cole,” New Global Studies, 2019.
Kara Walker Answers the Urban Question,” Social Text, 2018.
Infrastructure Aesthetics and the Crisis of Migrancy,” Afterimage, 2017.


Features & Commentaries
"Visualizing Extraction" (w/ Rocco Rorandelli), Places Journal, 2022. 
"A Third of a Century"  (on Wolfgang Tillmans), i-D, 2022. 

"At the Heart of the Work" (Małgorzata Mirga-Tas in Venice),
Anarchist Review of Books, 2022.
Craig Owens: Pose, Position, Positionality,” Texte zur Kunst, 2020.
The Profane Illumination of Adidas,” (on Micaiah Carter and Wolfgang Tillmans), X-TRA, 2020.
Ren Hang in the Global City,” Ideas: Journal of the Asia Art Archive, 2019.
Decolonizing Design,” Cartha, 2018.
“Banksy Does Basquiat,” The Avery Review, 2017.
"Fascist Intrigue in the Homo-Spatial Imagination," Log ("Working Queer"), 2017.

Globalization in Too Many Inadequate Descriptive Systems,” Third Text, 2017.

Film & Exhibition Reviews

“Ulrike Ottinger’s 'Exile Shanghai,'” Millennium Film Journal, 2022.
“Ruslan Fedotow's 'Where Are We Headed?', Screen Slate, 2022.
“I Heard His Cunning Laugh," (on Sabrian Zhao's 'Good Woman of Sichuan') Millennium Film Journal, 2021.
“Revisiting Suzanne Lacy’s Oakland Projects,” Performance Art Journal, 2020.
"Soft Power at SFMoMA," Art Papers, 2020.

“Mediated War as Contemporary Art" (on Theater of Operations at Ps1),” Millennium Film Journal, 2020.


Interviews
Reorienting Toward Each Other” (w/ MTL Collective), CBAC Blog, 2022.
"Picking up the Power: Greg Sholette and Tania Bruguera in Conversation," World Records, 2020.