I am a fifth-year PhD candidate in the Art History program at Stanford.
I have edited an anthology of video artist Colin Campbell’s scripts and other writings (short fiction, articles, talks, excerpts of his two novels, etc.) for Concordia University Press entitled More Voice-Over: Colin Campbell Writings. It is coming out in February 2021 but you can find more info and pre-order it here at a discount until January 1.
“I Almost Ran Over Liza Minnelli Today”: Colin Campbell and Lisa Steele in L.A., 1976–77 was on view at the ONE Gallery, West Hollywood, from July 8 until September 23, 2018. Press: Artforum Critic’s Pick. It is touring and will open at VOX – Centre de l’image contemporaine, Montréal, in November 2020.
Shary Boyle & Emily Vey Duke: The Illuminations Project was on view at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, from February 3 until April 29, 2018. Press: Halifax Magazine, Visual Arts News, The Coast, Akimbo, and Rachel M Thornton.
My review “The Not-Quite-Forbidden Fruit: Sexploitation’s Queer Temporality” of Elena Gorfinkel’s 2017 book Lewd Looks: American Sexploitation Cinema in the 1960s was published in GLQ 25, no. 3 (2019).
I contributed short texts on Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz, Zackary Drucker, Josh Faught, Steve Reinke and James Richards, Ashley Hans Scheirl, and Akram Zaatari for the 2nd revised and updated edition of Art & Queer Culture (Phaidon, 2019), edited by Catherine Lord & Richard Meyer.
My curatorial esssay “Tongue and Groove” for the 2015 solo exhibition House & Home & Garden was published in Roula Partheniou: Index (Dunlop Art Gallery, 2018), edited by Jennifer Matotek and Roula Partheniou.
I wrote a short text on Andil Gosine’s artwork 1, 2 for the Coolie Coolie Viens exhibition catalogue (McIntosh Gallery, Western University, 2018), edited by Matthew Ryan Smith.
I have an essay called “From Stillies to Stills” in the book Contact Warhol: Photography Without End (Cantor Arts Center + The MIT Press, 2018) by Peggy Phelan and Richard Meyer. The accompanying exhibition was at the Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University, 2018–9.
My review “Misfitting Together” of Douglas Crimp’s 2016 book Before Pictures appeared in Criticism 60, no. 1 (2018).
I wrote “Michael Wallin: The World Is Full of Miracles” for the Canyon Cinema 50 website in 2018 (it was also published in Canyon Cinemazine #6).
“A Love Letter to Videofag” was published in The Videofag Book (BookThug, 2017), edited by William Ellis and Jordan Tannahill.
See my Writing page for all other published texts – updated November 2019