"Can You Escape the Family"
published in Spike Arts (Winter 2017)
"Left Dogmatism, Charismatic Authority, and the Uninitiated"
published in Logos Journal (Winter 2016)
"No Rest Cures for the Wicked: An Interview with Psychoanalyst Jamieson Webster"
published in Hyperallergic (October 2016)
"The Irreproachable Essay—on the Amazon Discourse of Hybrid Literature"
published in Texte Zur Kunst (October 2016)
"Swiping Left on the Hangout: A Conversation with Felix Bernstein"
published in Pank (August 2016)
"Planetarium of Blended Dreams: Ben Cooley Moonley"
published in The Brooklyn Rail (April 2016)
"Virtuosity Provides Freedom: An Interview with Artist M. Lamar"
published in Hyperallergic (April 2016)
“J.S. Je Suis/Jack Smith,” a conversation with Jay Sanders
published in Art Critical (October 2015)
“Bad Fathers,” a conversations with Zach Phillips
published in Volta (October 2015)
“The Phallus in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction,” a conversation with Kyoo Lee
published in DIS (November 2015)
Expression Concrète: A review of Divya Victor’s Natural Subjects
published in Jacket2 (June 2015)
The Prison House of Post-Internet Poetry: A Critical Look at the Poetry of the New
published in Hyperallergic (May 2015)
Breaking Camp: On John Waters After Divine
published in Hyperallergic (April 2015)
Felix Bernstein & Cecilia Corrigan: Artists in Conversation
published in BOMB (February 2015)
Felix Bernstein: Breakfast at Tiffany’s; Dinner at Goldsmith’s
published in Lemon Hound (September 2014)
Jay Sanders and Felix Bernstein on Jack Smith
for the catalogue of Jack Smith’s Hamlet at Portikus: (Sternberg Press)
“Forget O’Hara: A Review of Lonely Christopher’s Death and Disaster Series”
for The Boston Review (July 2014)
“Notes on Post-Conceptual Poetry: A critical survey of post-conceptual poetry.”
Published online in Volta
“New Fangled Old Things: Views from the Avant Garde 2012”
Brooklyn Rail, November 2012
Article “Beyond Zombies,” a critical response to Vanessa Place and Slavoj Žižek.
Published on HTML Giant
“Cecilia Corrigan’s Blonde Ambition”
Essays About Bernstein
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