Chapter. “Its Roots and its Innovative Departures: Engaging Curatorial Hospitality.” Creative Conciliations: Reflections, Responses, and Refusals, edited by Jonathan Dewar, Tarah Hogue & Jennifer Robinson. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier University Press.
Chapter. “A Decolonial Feminist Curatorial Methodology.” Curatorial Contestations: Critical Methods in Contemporary Exhibition-Making in Canada, edited by Michelle Jacques & Ellyn Walker. Toronto: YYZ Books & Blackwood Gallery.
Article, co-author with Michelle Jacques. “Plant Stories are Love Stories Too: Moss + Curation” [French Translation]. Journal of Canadian Art History, Special Issue: Collaboration.
Chapter. “Curatorial Insiders/Outsiders: Speaking Outside and Collaboration as Strategic Intervention.” Indigenous Media Arts in Canada: Making, Caring, Sharing, edited by Dana Claxton & ezra winton. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier University Press.
Paper. “Island Neighbours and Nations: Breathing together across the shared ocean through slow curation.” Universities Art Association of Canada conference. Toronto, ON.
Article, co-author with Michelle Jacques. “Plant Stories are Love Stories Too: Moss + Curation.” PUBLIC (Beyond Unsettling, guest edited by Leah Decter & Carla Taunton) no64 (Dec 2021).
PhD Dissertation. "Reimagined Curatorial Practice: Land, Labour, and Community." The University of British Columbia Okanagan.
Paper. “We Can Do Something Else: Reimagining Curatorial Practice.” Visual Impetus symposium, University of Victoria. Victoria, BC/online.
Paper, co-presenter with Michelle Jacques. “Moss Projects: Curatorial Incubation and Cross-cultural, Cross-disciplinary Methodologies.” Universities Art Association of Canada conference. Vancouver, BC/online.
Paper. “Considering Curatorial Hospitality: Engaged Encounters in Art and Curatorial Histories.” Universities Art Association of Canada conference. Quebec, QC.
Interview. “Locating Sioux Aesthetics through The Sioux Project—Tatanka Oyate: Conversations with Dana Claxton.” BlackFlash 35:1.
Response. “Intersectionality in the Arts: Feminism(s) 2017.” Primary Colours/Couleurs primaires. Arts Everywhere. http://artseverywhere.ca/roundtables/pccp-reflections/
Essay. “Orientations, part I: positions.” Touching Earth Bodies, ex. cat. Courtenay: Comox Valley Art Gallery.
Article. “Artefacts: Architecture of the Bush.” C Magazine 136 (Winter 2017/2018).
Essay. “Kim Beck.” Wanderlust: Actions, Traces and Journeys 1967-2017, ex. cat., edited by Rachel Adams Miller. Buffalo: UB Art Galleries & MIT Press.
Paper. “Speaking Outside: Dialogic and Collaborative Art Praxes as Strategic Interruption.” Unsettled Territories: Art that Interrupts the Colonial Narrative. 21st Native American Art Studies Association conference. Tulsa, OK, USA.
Essay. “Places of Memory.” dawn to dust: Cindy Mochizuki, ex. cat. Kelowna: Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art.
Essay. “Liminal Legalities.” Tara Nicholson: Cultivate, ex. cat. Vernon: Vernon Public Art Gallery.
Paper. “Speaking Outside: Collaboration as Strategic Intervention.” Re-Imagining Australia: Encounter, Recognition, Responsibility conference, Curtin University, Perth, WA, Australia.
Essay. “Of This Place, and Elsewhere.” In Another Place, And Here, ex. cat. Victoria: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.
Essay. “Becoming Wayfarer.” Jeroen Witvliet: Wayfarer, ex. cat. Kelowna Art Gallery.
Article. “The Importance of Fooling Around/with A. Banana.” analogue (Dec 2015).
Article. “Open Space for Conversations, and for Songs.” analogue (Aug/Sep 2015).
Article. “Disrupted Domesticity takes it home.” analogue (Jun/Jul 2015).
Review. “Ley Fuga, Edgardo Aragon.” esse arts + opinions 82 (Fall 2014).
Presentation. “Poetics and Ecologies in Contemporary Photography: Landscapes, Land Claims, Land Usages.” Association of Art Museum Curators Annual Conference, Detroit, MI, USA.
Essay. “From the Act of Grieving.” Sandra Meigs: The Basement Panoramas, ex. cat. Victoria: Open Space.
Essay. “In Advance of Erasure.” Wendy Hough: Wall Drawing, ex. cat. Victoria: Open Space.
Essay. “Repeat & Rotate: Interplay of Utopia & History.” Charles Campbell: Transporter, ex. cat. Victoria: Open Space.
Essay. “Introduction: To Record (to witness, to remember, to reflect, to learn) To Recreate.” Record, (Re)create: Contemporary Coast Salish Art from the Salish Weave Collection, ex. cat. Victoria: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.
Paper. “Reactivating the Triptych: A Study of Ecology in Nicholas & Sheila Pye’s The Coronation.” Situate Yourself: Embodied Knowledge in Art & Visual Culture Conference, Concordia University, Montreal, QC.