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Former West: Art and the Contemporary after 1989

“Former West: Art and the Contemporary after 1989”, Maria Hlavajova, Simon Sheikh and Kathrin Rhomberg, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2017.

Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon

“Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon,” Johanna Burton, Sara O’Keefe, Rizvana Bradley, Jeannine Tang, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Mel Y.Chen, Kate Wiener, Lia Gangitano, Ariel Goldberg, Jack Halberstam, Fred Moten, and Eric A. Stanley. New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, 2017.

I Want a President Transcript of a Rally

“I Want a President Transcript of a Rally”, November 6, 2016. This publication was made possible with support from Hauser & Wirth with additional support from Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner.

Not Now! Now!

“Not Now! Now! Chronopolitics, Art & Research, Sternberg, Berlin 2014.

People Have the Power

People Have the Power, catalogue for People Have the Power, Madrid, Ineditos, 2013.

There’s So Much I Want to Say to You

There’s So Much I Want to Say to You, Whitney Museum of American Art & Yale University Press, 2012.

Coming After: queer time, arriving too late and the spectre of the recent past

Coming After: queer time, arriving too late and the spectre of the recent past, (Publication in conjunction with the exhibition Coming After, The Power Plant, Toronto, 2011-12), The Power Plant, Toronto, 2012, 57-64.

Sharon Hayes and Julia Bryan-Wilson: Image/Exchange

“Sharon Hayes and Julia Bryan-Wilson: Image/Exchange,” Camera Austria International 113, 2011, 47-58.

Sharon Hayes: The Other Tradition

Sharon Hayes: The Other Tradition, Catalogue, Wiels: Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels, 2011.

In The Near Future

Sharon Hayes. In The Near Future, Catalogue, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, 2011.

Certain Resemblances: Notes on Performance, Event, and Political Images

On Horizons: A Critical Reader in Contemporary Art (BAK Critical Reader Series), Ed. Maria Hlavajova, Simon Sheikh, and Jill Winder, BAK, Utrecht, 2011.

The Not-Event

Art Journal, Vol 70, No 3, Fall 2011, 45-46.

Dialogue: On the Politics of Voice

“Dialogue: On the Politics of Voice”, Mary Kelly, Cecilia Wiedenheim (eds.), Jane Jin Kaisen, Sharon Hayes, Andrea Geyer, Don’t Rhine et al. IASPIS, Stockholm, 2011.  

The Air We Breathe: Artists and Poets Reflect on Marriage Equality

“The Air We Breathe: Artists and Poets Reflect on Marriage Equality”, Apsara DiQuinzio, Eileen Myles, Martha Nussbaum and Frank Rich. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2011.

Queer Voice

Queer Voice, Catalogue, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 2010.

Mixed Use, Manhattan: Photography and Related Practices, 1970s to the Present

Mixed Use, Manhattan: Photography and Related Practices, 1970s to the Present, Ed. Lynne Cooke and Douglas Crimp, MIT Press, Madrid, 2010.

Vectors of the Possible

Vectors of the Possible, Ed. Maria Hlavajova, Simon Sheikh, Jill Winder, Marlies van Hak, Ineke van der Burg, Douglas Crimp, MIT Press, Madrid, 2010.

History is Ours

 Andrea Geyer/Sharon Hayes, KunstMuseum St.Gallen, August 2010.

Greater New York 2010

Greater New York 2010, MoMA PS1, Catalogue, 2010, 67.

Fall Out

Fall Out, Catalogue, GI Holtegaard, Denmark and Malmo Konsthall, Sweden, 2010.

Considering Forgiveness

“Considering Forgiveness”, Aleksandra Carin Kuoni, and Matthew Buckingham. Vera List Center for Arts and Politics, New York, 2009.

Not Quite How I Remember It

Burke, Gregory, and Helena Rickett, “Not Quite How I Remember It”, The Power Plant, Toronto, 2008.

A Guide to Democracy in America

A Guide to Democracy in America (Publication accompanying the project Democracy in America: The National Campaign), Ed. Nato Thompson, Creative Time Books, New York, 2008, 61-62.

Now, then and love: Questions of Agency in Contemporary Practice

“Now, then and love: Questions of Agency in Contemporary Practice: A conversation among Andrea Geyer, Ken Gonzales-Day, Sharon Hayes, Adria Julia, Juan Maidagan, Emily Roysdon (LTTR), Stephanie Taylor, Bruce Yonemoto and Dolores Zinny,” Exile of the Imaginary: Politics/Aesthetics/Love Vienna: Generali Foundation, 2007.

Sharon Hayes: After Before, in the near future

Sharon Hayes: After Before, in the near future, Art in General, New Commissions Program Book Series, ed. Sofia Hernandez Chong Cuy, 2007.

Familiarity, irony, ambivalence: an email conversation between Sharon Hayes and Yvonne Rainer

Work the Room: A Handbook of Performance Strategies, B_Books: critical readers in visual cultures #8, ed. Ulrike Müller, Berlin, 2006.

WORKING:

A conversation between Andrea Geyer, Sharon Hayes, Ashley Hunt, Maryam Jafri, Kara Lynch, Ulrike Müller, Valerie Tevere, David Thorne and Alex Villar. Published on www.artwurld.org in 2004.

An Eye for an Ear and Vice Versa

Catalogue for Katya Sander, The Most Complicated Machines Are Made of Words, MuMoK, Vienna, Austria. 2004

Something Like a Bridge: A Conversation on the Occasion of “Gloria: Another Look at Feminist Art in the 1970s”

Conversation between Leslie Dick, Sharon Hayes, Mary Kelly and Kerry Tribe, X-tra, Volume 5, Number 3, 2003.

Now Entering Brooklyn

Now Entering Brooklyn, Public Art Fund, catalogue for Sandwiched, 2003.

Interpretations of the National Park Service

Cabinet Magazine, Issue 7, Summer 2002.

Unstable Realities: The Work of Lam Kin-Hung and Lana Lin

“Unstable Realities: The Work of Lam Kin-Hung and Lana Lin,” The Wight Biennial catalogue, October 2002

Problematic One

“Problematic One,” Democracy When catalogue, May 2002, 15.

notes on : Cambio de Lugar_Change of Place_Ortswechsel

“notes on : Cambio de Lugar_Change of Place_Ortswechsel,” LeTTeR, Vol. 1, November 2002.