Recent Exhibiton Texts

“Some Instructions for Folding Perception”, Written to accompany the knots of the net, Tyler Los Jones, Norberg Hall Gallery, Calgary. 2021
“Do Roses Dream of Freedom?” Written to accompany Waard Ward’s floristry project, as part of the exhibition Public Space, Visual Arts Centre of Clarington.  2021 


“Plant radio for Plants”, Chapter for Why Look at Plants? the Botanical Emergence in Contemporary Art, by Giovanni Aloi. Brill, 2019

VIEW PDF- Notes from the Deep Earth Treatment Centre” Chapter for edited volume: Naturally Post-Natural: Jennifer Willet, ed. by Ted Heibert. Noxious Sector Press, 2018

“Sharing food Sharing Knowledge; food and agriculture in contemporary art practices” Chapter for edited volume: Perma/Culture: Imagining Alternatives in an Age of Crisis, Edited by Molly Wallace and David Corruthers, Rutledge Environmental Humanities 2017  

VIEW PDF "Where Do Animals Live in our Subconscious?" Antennae - The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture, Issue 40, summer 2017

"Engaging Vegetable Others" Feature Article, esse art + opinions, issue # 87, Spring/Summer 2016

“Need a Green Friend?” Neighborhood Spaces Publication, Arts Council Windsor and Region with Neighborhood Spaces. Windsor, ON 2015

“Tracking the Eastern Elk” Text and Artists Project, Art Windsor, Vacancy Issue. Winter, 2015

Artists Publications/ projects: 

PDF - Roots, Leaves, Stems and Blooms, Dandelion zine and cookbook, 2020

The Call of the Wild
, ‘
re-writing the wild’ re-edited book series, work in Progess, 2019-

Talking Plant PhD Thesis, Cultural Studies, Queen’s University, 2018. https://qspace.library.queensu.ca/handle/1974/25858

VIEW PDF- “What’s Invisible About a Plant?” Parkhive Collective Research, Co-edited broadsheets with Teresa Carlesimo and Michael DiRisio, Vol. 1-5, 2015 (artists publication)

External Link- Random Seeds artists book, in collaboration with Matthew Knapik (self-published) Banff Centre, 2015

External Link- Wild Edibles Guide to Downtown Windsor developed in collaboration with Rashel Tremblay, Text and Illustrations, Neighborhood Spaces Residency (artists publication) 2014