Jeff Wall: North & West (Vancouver: Figure 1, 2015).
As of mid-October 2015, the book is available at bookstores in Canada. It is scheduled to be published in the US and EU in the fall 2016. For online purchase, you can order it here.
Letters to the Pacific, 2010-2011, (collaboration with Adam Harrison and Dominic Osterried), book in a custom envelope with texts by Aaron Peck, tipped in plates with images by Adam Harrison and Christopher Williams, and an intervention by Johannes Bendzulla, DVD in custom envelope, and twelve digital prints by Adam Harrison and Dominic Osterried. Public performance consists of a reading of the entire text by Aaron Peck with screening of an accompanying film collage by Adam Harrison and Dominic Osterried. Buy it here.
2. Selected Exhibition Catalog Essays
“Accidents in Reading: On Rayyne Tabet,” in Para | Fictions (Rotterdam: Witte de With, 2018), for the exhibition of the same title at the Witte de With in Rotterdam. To buy a copy of the catalog, click here.
“Except Perhaps a Constellation: The Temporal Poetics of Studio for Propositional Cinema,” (Dusseldorf: Kunstverein Düsseldorf, 2016) for the exhibition In Advance of A Shipwreck at the Dusseldorf Kunstverein, 2016-2017.
“Poetic Silence: The Recent Pictures of Jeff Wall,” in Gursky Rauch Wall (Nürnberg: Verlag für Moderne Kunst, 2014), for the exhibition of the same title at the Kestnergesellschaft in Hanover. To buy a copy of the catalog, click here.
“Carousel: The Photographic Image as Readymade in the Work of Corin Sworn,” in Corin Sworn (Glasgow: The Common Guild, 2013), published for the 2013 Scottish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
“Except Perhaps a Constellation: The Temporal Poetics of Studio for Propositional Cinema,” at the Kunstverein Düsseldorf on 8 January 2017.
“‘Exhibition Reading’ of “In The Belly of The Whale,”” at Witte de With on 18 November 2016.
“Speech Impediments: On the Poetry of Carl Andre,” given at Dia:Beacon on 9 August 2014.
“Why Does France Have So Many Kings? On Elaine Sturtevant, Andre Aciman, and Eric Rohmer,” given at the Serpentine Galleries, as part of “Sturtevant Study Day,” on 13 July 2013. For footage of the talk, click here.
“That Sound Should Have Been Our Title: Ekphrasis and the Novel in Contemporary Art,” given at The Western Front on 26 January 2013, The Stoschek Collection on 19 July 2012, and dOCUMENTA 13 on 11 July 2012.
4. Reviews, Magazine Articles, and Interviews
For a link to my contributions to The New York Review Daily (2018-), click here.
For a link to my contributions to frieze (2018-), click here.For a link to my contributions to Artforum (2010-present), click here. For a link to purchase a copy of Matt Keegan’s artist’s magazine == (2015), which includes my essay “Books Artists Told Me To Read,” click here. For links to the essays themselves == (2015) and === (2018), click here and here respectively; the second essay is a follow up called “Books No Artist Told Me to Read.” For a link to my review of “People Things Enter Exit” at Catriona Jeffries Gallery on e-flux’s Art Agenda (2011), click here. For a link to to my interview with Jeff Wall in Foam (#26, Spring 2011), click here.
For a link to my contributions to Canadian Art (2006-present), click here.
For a link to the “L” issue of Matador (2008), in which my essay on Jeff Wall “El movimiento del viento” (only translated into Spanish) appeared, click here.