Museums and Culture
“Great Leap Forward 2.0: ‘Internet Plus’ and the Rapid Integration of Digital Technology in Chinese Museums,” China Now (British Council arts and creative industry platform), Fall 2019.
“Instant-gramification: The Attention Economy and the Rise of Pop-Up
Experiential Exhibition Culture,” China Now (British Council arts and creative industry platform), Fall 2019.
“The Greater Bay Area and What it Means for the Arts,” China Now (British Council arts and creative industry platform), Fall 2019.
“One Country, Two Systems: A Hegemonic History of Public and Private Museums in China,” Yishu, issue 93, 2019.
The Development of Chinese Museums: Understanding the Museum Boom, managing editor, Rowman, and Littlefield, 2019.
“Building Bridges to the Contemporary,” chapter in The Development of Chinese Museums: Understanding the Museum Boom, Rowman, and Littlefield, 2019.
“Diversity in Chinese Museums from Objectification to Inclusion,” China Now (British Council arts and creative industry platform), Spring 2019.
“China Zeitgeist: A Portrait of China Through Its Cultural Production,” Cirque Du Soleil trends report, 2018.
“Mute Museums” (a critique of visitor experience and story-telling in Chinese Museums) Sixth Tone and The Paper (Pengpai), June 2017.
“Curatorial Malaise,” (an exploration of career mobility in Chinese museums) Ran Dian, Winter Issue, 2015.
Chinese Contemporary Art
“The Annals of Chen Hangfeng: Exploring History, Economic Change, and Cultural Confluence through the Language of Video,” Yishu, Spring, 2019.
“Clipper Ships and their Stowaways—Chen Hangfeng Explores Five Centuries of Cultural Exchange, Imperialism, Globalization and Hegemonic Notions of Time” catalog essay, “Exited with No Reason” Sinarts, 2018.
“Chinese Artists Exploring Posthumanism Through a Buddhist Lens” Asia Dialogue, University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute,2018.
“Inhabiting the in-Between: Xiaojing Yan, the Third Space, Buddhist Metaphysics and the Aesthetics of Transience” catalog essay, Suzhou Museum, 2017.
“Island Mentalities — Geopolitics, Migration, Evolution and the Yokohama Triennale,” Ran Dian, December 2017.
“Foreign Bodies: Human Identity in a Posthuman World,” exhibition catalog published by Goethe Institut, Nov. 2016, 100pgs.
“Li Xiaofei: Assembly Line”, artist monograph, 150pgs.
“Grass Stage,” (a profile of the Shanghai-based experimental theatre group in the context of socialist and vernacular theatre traditions of China), Flash Art, April-March 2016.