A sampler of my writings, accessible online:

Building the Legacy of Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson, interview with Lisa Le Feuvre, Executive Director of the recently-established Holt/Smithson Foundation, based in Santa Fe, NM. Southwest Contemporary, August 2019

Whitney Biennial 2019, reviewed in Southwest Contemporary, July 2019

Christopher Russell: After the Golden Age, interview with the New York based ceramic sculptor, CFile, August 2016

Imaginary Mobilities: Journeys in Cardboard and Clay, interview with the sculptor Shannon Goff, published in her artist monograph, Miles to Empty, 2016

The Work of Ceramic Art in the Age of Digital Fabrication, review of the Data/Clay conference held at the California College of the Arts in February 2015 

Ceramics in the Expanded Field, review of the eponymous conference organized by the University of Westminster, London, in July 2014, published on the ceramics blog, CFile.

The Performative Gesture — on the ceramic work of Los Angeles-based artist Sterling Ruby, published in Ceramic Review, London, 2011

Object Relations — on the ceramic sculptures of Anders Ruhwald and Marie T. Hermann published in the catalog of their two-person exhibition at the Gahlberg Gallery, Illinois, 2011

Ge(ne)ography — on information designer Ben Fry's visualization of genomic research at the Broad Institute of MIT/Harvard, published in ELSE/WHERE: MAPPING — New Cartographies of Networks and Territories, 2006.

The Choreography of Site-Specific Media — on the work of information designer Lisa Strausfeld, published in Profile: Pentagram Design, published by Phaidon, 2005

Wherever. Your Final Destination. Maybe — a reverie on airports and the cities to which they're attached, published in Next: 8th International Architecture Exhibition (the 2002 Venice Biennale), Rizzoli, 2002

The Ride — the Business Class airline seat as design artifact, marketing myth, and technological reality, first published in I.D. International Design Magazine, September-October 1995

How The West Was on the work of photographer Walker Evans, published in frieze, 1994

Muriel Cooper’s Visible Wisdom posthumous profile of the founder of the MIT Media Lab's Visible Language Workshop, first published in I.D. International Design Magazine in 1994, and subsequently re- published on the AIGA website.