Essays and Other Publications

Amanda Boetzkes and Isabel Brandt, ,“Synthetic Elements and the Aesthesis of the Anthropocene,” EcoArt China, curated by Lisa Clapool, 2021.

“The Immediacy of Ice,” Julian Charrière. Towards No Earthly Pole. Copenhagen: Mousse Publishing, 2020. 199-207. 

“Waste,” Connectedness—an Incomplete Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene, the exhibition catalog of the Danish pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale, edited by Marianne Krogh. Copenhagen: Strandberg Publishing, 2020. 180-184.

Forum on S. Zabala, ‘Why only art can save us'” ed. by D. Angelucci, with S. Zabala, D. Angelucci, A. Boetzkes, P. Kottman, I. Perniola, in Lebenswelt, Aesthetics and Philosophy of Experience, 114-154.

“Technophilia Entre-Nous,”  The World After Us: Imaging Techno-Aesthetic Futures. Nathaniel Stern,  Museum of Wisconsin Art, Milwaukee, 2020, 50-71.

“Prosthetic Carapace,” Grafting. Toronto: Blackwood Gallery, 2018. Issue 01 of Broadsheet series.


6131yWkdQRL“Visualizing Water,” Reading the River: The Ecological Activist Art of Basia Irland, ed. Roel Arkesteijn. Sittard, ND: Museum De Domijnen, 2017. 187-196.




“Visualizing the Multitude—The Species Wall,” You Must Carry Me Now: The Cultural Lives of Endangered Species – Snaebjornsdottir/Wilson. Stockholm: 248Forlaget, 2015. 197-209.


ken-lum-2009-2010-i-said-no-audain-gallery-vancouver-photo-by-gordon-brent-ingram“New Historical Materialisms,” Eflux conversations, curated by David Hodge and Hamed Yousefi (February 2015).








“The Eternal Image of the Animal—Maria Whiteman, Taxonomia,” for Maria Whiteman, Taxonomia, at Latitude 53 Gallery, Edmonton, AB, 2011.









IMG_1990“Sandra Bromley—Fire,” Sandra Bromley—Fire, at the Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, 2010.









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“Sandra and Wallis Kendal—Gun Sculpture,” Vienna International Center,
Vienna, 2010.