On Art, Culture, and Radical Politics

Reading Typologies of Whiteness: The Cop-Father and White Civil Society
in Visual Arts Research, Vol. 48 No. 1, 2022

All Art is with the Crowd or the Police,” in Theory in Action, Vol. 14 No. 1, 2021

i hate war, but i hate our enemies even more, (book) designed by Becky Nasadowski, Minor Compositions, 2019

Debord in Watts: Race and Class Antagonisms Under Spectacle,” in Lateral: Journal of the Cultural Studies Association 7.1, 2018

On Pamphlets and Class Struggle: Notes on The Communist Manifesto part 1” in Counter-Signals 3, 2018

Place Setting: Notes on Red76’s Occupy Yr. Home” with Sam Gould. In Journal for Artistic Research 10, 2016

Committed Withdrawal? A few note on Paradox and Revolutionary Efforts,” Introduction to XOXO: Love letters to Our Friends, Hate Mail to our Frenemies. On Commitment and Withdrawal. 2014

Notes on an Affective Practice: An Exchange” with Sarah Kanouse. In Parallax 19:2 (2013) pp 7-20

What we could do together,” With Christopher Pickett for The Journal of Aesthetics & Protest diablog, 2012

On Teaching + Learning

(forthcoming) “A Course Proposal: Institutional Critique and the University” in What Happens at the Intersection of Conceptual Art & Teaching? edited by Jorge Lucero and Catalina Hernandez-Cabal, (Amsterdam University of the Arts, 2023)

(forthcoming) “Classrooms Structured in Dominancein FATE In Review, Vol. 38, 2022

Disrupting White Vision: Pedagogical Strategies Against White Supremacy,” in Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education, 36(3), 2019

Thin Edge of Barbwire: Pedagogical Strategies Against Borders,” In Radical Teacher,vol. 111, 2018

Institutional Critique as Embodied Critique: Notes on Self-Organized Seminar, Debt, and Collective Resistance,” Prepared for Beyond Alternatives Symposium, Urbana-Champaign, 2018

Autonomous Research within and/or Beneath the Ruins; Or, We are Finally Getting our Feet Wet,” in ArtLeaks Gazette 2, 2014


Interview with Sarah Ross of Prison + Neighborhood Arts Project, in The Journal of Aesthetics & Protest diablog, 2015

Keeping History Alive: Notes on Memorialization, Identity, and the Bonnet Carré Spillway: Interview with Robin McDowell, 2015

An interview with Josh MacPhee with Brendan Baylor, in The Journal of Aesthetics & Protest 9, 2014