selected writing

"Lick Piece and Its Slippage – The Archive and Its Documentation," postscript to Fluxus Global/Divers, Dortmunder U, 2024: view.

"I'm Glad You Asked That Question": Bull Shit No. 2 and the Life of an Interview," in Composing While Black: Afrodiasporic New Music Today (eds. Harald Kisiedu and George E. Lewis, Wolke Verlag, Hofheim, 2023), 280-309. Purchase text here: link.

Who Taught You to Think (Like That): Benjamin Patterson's Conceptual Aesthetic, 2022. (dissertation)

Performance Works within the Estate of Benjamin Patterson: A Catalogue Raisonné, Volume One. Hamburg, Germany: 2021. 

"David Driskell: Icons of Nature and History,",  View. 

"Emma Amos: In Color," published as "Hue and Value: Emma Amos' Color Odyssey," BURNAWAY, View.

"Suzanne Jackson: Layers" in Suzanne Jackson: Five Decades, ed. Rachel Reese (Savannah, GA: Telfair Museums, 2019): 127-138. Download PDF

"The Work of Non-Representation: julia elizabeth neal on Frank Bowling at Haus der Kunst, Munich," in Texte zur Kunst 109 (March 2018): 194-196.

Review, Susan Cahan’s Mounting Frustration: The Art Museum in the Age of Black Power in NKA: Journal of Contemporary African Art 41 (November 2017): 198-202.

Editor, “Benjamin Patterson: When Elephants Fight, It Is The Frogs That Suffer – A Sonic Graffiti (2016-2017)” by Elke Gruhn. Wiesbaden, Germany: Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden. Summer 2017. View

"On Benjamin Patterson: Bull Shit No. 2 and the Life of an Interview," all-over Magazin für Kunst und Ästhetik 11 (Fall 2016): 15-23. Download PDF

“Body Politics,” LaToya Ruby Frazier: Riveted (Austin, TX: University of Texas at Austin, 2014): unpaginated.

Biographies on “Camille Billops,” “Al Loving,” “Walter Augustus Simon,” “Arthur Smith,” “Vincent Smith,” “Therman Statom,” “Mickalene Thomas,” in Common Wealth: Art by African Americans in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, ed. by Dennis Carr and Lowery Stokes Sims (Boston, MA: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2015): 224, 230, 232-233.

“Art History, Ghana,” West African Research Association Newsletter (Fall, 2013): 14.

TEN THOUSAND WAVES: Tracing the Movement of Selfhood Via the Cinematic Experience,” International Review of African American Art Plus (October, 2012): unpaginated. View

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