As a critic, I have contributed to Spike Art Quarterly, frieze, Flash Art, Texte zur Kunst, and Art in America, among other magazines. From 2015–18, I was Assistant Curator at Artists Space, New York, where I produced editorial content and developed public programming.

With Marlie Mul, I co-edit ground, a zine that gathers grassroots political and aesthetic perspectives on contemporary art. Occasionally, I blog here.

recent articles & reviews
Sadaf H Nava at 17ESSEX,
Julie Tolentino at Commonwealth and Council,
Interview with Jimmy Robert, PIN-UP
Ritual and Revolt. On Barbara McCullough’s “Shopping Bag Spirits and Freeway Fetishes: Reflections on Ritual Space” (1981), Spike Art Quarterly
“Motions of This Kind: Propositions & Problems of Belatedness” at The Brunei Gallery, SOAS, Spike Art Quarterly
Interview with Huw Lemmey, i-D
“A Series of Readings and Performances Towards a Philosophy of Jet Lag” at Auto Italia, King Kong
Precious Okoyomon, Kaleidoscope

Fabriques de contre-savoirs (with Marlie Mul as ground), 49 Nord 6 Est—FRAC Lorraine, Metz
Hopes and dreams for the future (with Amy Lien & Enzo Camacho), Cordova, Barcelona
Baltic Triennial 13, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia
Holland Festival: I’d Rather Be Outside (with åyr), Stedelijk, Amsterdam
Perverts, Cell Project Space, London

Love During Wartime, If a Leaf Falls, Edinburgh
Brackets, Publishing House, New York
City of God (with Alessandro Bava), Version House, Berlin
I Love Roses When They’re Past Their Best (ed.), Test Centre, London


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Before they set out for their hometowns respectively, they’d say goodbye to each other in the station with a conversation like this: “Did you eat watermelon today?” “Yes I did.” “Was the watermelon tasty?” “Very tasty.” Then they’d cup their hands under their chins, pretending to eat watermelon eagerly. Onlookers were confused by their words and gestures, which was what they intended. It was a code only shared between the two of them. They were the watermelon, and “eating” meant “missing you.”
– Chung Wenyin, Woman Islands