Writing

BOOKS

— Author, Craft Schools: Where We Make What We Inherit (under publisher consideration, expected 2023)

— Co-author, Designing Motherhood: Things That Make and Break Our Births (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2021)

— Co-author, Seven Artist Interviews (Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 2020)

— Author, Bright, Bold, and Beautiful: The Rainbow Flag (New York: MoMA, 2019)

— Co-editor, Collaborations and their Discontents: Collaboration in Contemporary Art & Architecture (London: The Courtauld Institute of Art Press Online, 2017).

CHAPTERS

— “Shelter in Place Gallery and the History of Radical Miniatures in Contemporary Art,” in Interiors in the era of Covid-19 (currently under review at Bloomsbury Press)

— “The Tie-Waist Skirt,” in 10 Objects that Defined the American Body (forthcoming Yale University Press, 2022)

— “Curating as Culturally Appropriate Care: Co-creating Designing Motherhood in Community,” in Co-creating with Communities: A Routledge Handbook for Museums and Heritage Studies (forthcoming Routledge, 2022)

— “Making Designing Motherhood: Midwifing Equity Inside and Outside of Museums,” in Nico Wheadon, On Museum Citizenship: A Toolkit for Radical Art Practice, Pedagogy and Participation (forthcoming Rowman and Littlefield, 2021)

— “In the Company of the Past,” in Jennifer Zwilling, ed., From Storage to Studio (The Clay Studio, 2019)

— “Spaces of Craft,” in Glenn Adamson, ed., Craft Capital: Philadelphia’s Cultures of Making (CraftNOW, 2019).

— “Work Becomes Play: Toy Design, Creative Play, and Unlearning in the Bauhaus Legacy,” in Megan Brandow-Faller, ed., Childhood by Design: Toys and the Material Culture of Childhood, 1700–present (London: Bloomsbury Press, 2018)

— “Planning for the Next Million People: Exploring Collaboration in Architecture, Planning, and Urban Renewal in California, 1935-1965,” in Collaborations and their Discontents: Collaboration in Contemporary Art & Architecture (London: The Courtauld Institute of Art Press Online, 2017).

EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

— Co-author, Designs for Different Futures (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2019)

— Co-author, I Will What I Want: Women, Design, Empowerment (Mexico City: Torjana Editions, 2018)

— Co-author, Items: Is Fashion Modern? (New York: MoMA, 2017)

— Contributing author, LVMH x MoMA (New York: MoMA, 2017)

— Contributing author, Design and Violence (New York: MoMA, 2015)

— Collection entries for Donald Judd, Catherine Opie, Anthony Caro, Liz Nofziger (Manchester, NH: Currier Museum of Art Collections, 2014)

— Collection entries for Lyle Ashton Harris, Jiro Takamatsu, Eduardo Paolozzi, Serge Poliakoff, Pablo Palazuelo. (New York: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Collections, 2012)

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE ESSAYS

— “Becky Suss: Home Studio,” (New York: Jack Shaiman Gallery, forthcoming 2021)

— “An Interview with Helina Metaferia,” in Generations: Helina Metaferia (Boston: Praise Shadows Gallery, forthcoming 2021)

— “Li Hongwei: Contemporary Chinese Ceramic Sculpture,” in Li Hongwei monograph (title TK) (Boston: Pucker Gallery, forthcoming 2021)

— “Ann Ray’s Lee McQueen,” in Rendez-vous: Ann Ray and Alexander Lee McQueen (Barrett Barrera Projects, forthcoming 2021)

JOURNAL ARTICLES, REVIEWS, AND OP-EDS

— “A Land of Their Own: Meadow Muska.” Aperture, April 2020

— “Why Are Museums So Plutocratic, and What Can We Do About It? An interview with Andrea Fraser,” frieze, February 2020

— “A Fucking Raw Deal: Designing Motherhood the All-American Way,” Vestoj, December 2019

— “2019: The Year According to Art + Museum Transparency,” Walker Reader, December 2019

— “If Culture Sector Employers Want Equality, Post Salary and Benefits with Job Descriptions,” Hyperallergic, October 2019

— “Culture Workers, Just Say No to All Unpaid Internships,” ArtNews, July 2019

— “Mission statements and paychecks: let’s put our money where our mouths are,” The Art Newspaper, June 2019

— “Parenting and Labor in the Art World: A Call to Arms,” Hyperallergic, May 9, 2019

— “‘The Most Fascinating and Well-Designed Artifacts of Our Time’: Collecting and Exhibiting Contemporary Guns in the Art Museum.” Journal of Visual Culture, Themed Issue: Armed/Unarmed: Guns in American Visual and Material Culture, Volume 17 Number 3 (December 2018): 272-285

— “African-American Designers Hidden in Plain Sight,” Hyperallergic, December 31, 2018

— “Acknowledging the Intellectual Labor of Curators in a Museum,” Hyperallergic, July 31, 2018

— “By the People: Designing a Better America, The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian National Design Museum,” Exhibition review, Journal of Design History. Volume 31, Issue 2, 25 (May 2018): 213–216

–Co-author (with Paola Antonelli), “Brooklyn Rail Critics Page: On Fashion,” Brooklyn Rail (March 2017)

— “Out of Sight, Out of Mind? Notes on What We Hide at Work,” Art 21 (June 2016)

— “Nothing is Transmissible but Thought: Le Corbusier’s Radiant Farm Made Real,” Society of Architectural Historians Online (July 2014)

— “Why Digital Art History?” Journal of Visual Resources, Vol. 30, No. 2 (June 2014)

— “This Is for Everyone,” Twentieth Anniversary of the World Wide Web Online Publication (May 2014)

— “Helen Frankenthaler at Bernard Jacobson Gallery,” Exhibition review, ARTnews (May 2014)

— “dOCUMENTA 13, Kassel, Germany,” Exhibition review, SECAC Review, XLIV (December 2013)

— “A Shared Ethics for Museum Internships,” Museum 2.0 (December 2013)

— Co-editor, “Reconsidering Historiography 1900–1960,” Collected conference papers included in the Journal of Art Historiography, No. 5 (December 2011)

— Co-author (with Dirk H. Breiding), “Armed to the Teeth,” The Metropolitan Museum of Art (December 2011)

— “Warhol, Halston, & Hugo: Benjamin Liu Interview,” Oral History Initiative, ARTWRIT (fall 2011)

— “Open Enrollment | What up, Internet? Saxophonist Throws Mad Wrenches in Capitalism’s Machinations,” Art21 (March 2011)

— “Second Suburb: Levittown, Pennsylvania by Dianne Suzette Harris,” Book review, West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture, Vol. 18, No. 1 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press and Annandale-on-Hudson: Bard Graduate Center, Spring–Summer 2011), 119–21

— “Song Dong,” Slashstroke Magazine, 2010.