On Art, Culture, and Radical Politics

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 and Protest new blog project. 2013

On Teaching + Learning

(Forthcoming) “A Course Proposal: Institutional Critique and the University” for Conceptual Art& Teaching, 2020

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,” Symposium Presentation at Beyond Alternatives, 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