Select Articles and Essays

“Work Outs / Tune Ups/ Turn Ons” Forthcoming, Pedagogical Provocations & Other Strategies.

Soil Connoisseurship,” Field to Palette. Dialogues on Soil and Art in the Anthropocene, 1st Edition Ed. By Alexandra Toland, Jay Stratton Noller, Gerd Wessolek. CRC Press, Routledge, 2018. 

 “Eduardo Kac,” Telepresence and Bio Art: Networking Humans, Rabbits and RobotsChicago Video Data Bank, 2018.
“Visionary Eco Art: Next / Now / Past,” Eco-Visionaries: Art And Architecture After the Anthropocene, Maat: Museum, Art, Architecture, Technology, 2018.

“An Exotic Journey Into the Commonplace,” Artizein: Arts & Teaching Journal. Special issue: Art/Education/Ecology,  2017. 

“Death:  An Eco-Centric Interpretation,” Icons in Ashes. Embodied Portraits: Memory Is The Only Immortality. Heide Hatry, editor. 2017.

“Strange Invitation for Digging Deeper, Dirt Dialogues, Edited volume published for the 20th World Congress of Soil Science 2014, by the Soil Science Society of America. 

“Rally ‘Round the Flag of Justice”, exhibition catalogue. Artnauts Twentieth Anniversary, Redline, Denver, CO. 2016

“More Thoughts About Eco Art,” Civiliti online journal, Eco Art Academy, 2016

“The Art of Critique,” Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture. Special issue: Art, Environment, Sustainability. Dr. Giovanni Aloi, Editor in Chief. Issue 36, Summer 2016.

“Linda Mary Montano is Reborn,” Performing Arts Journal, MIT Press. May 2016, Vol. 38, No. 2

“Archetypes of Material Use and Disuse: An Art and Ecology Primer, Cogent Arts and Humanities Online. Taylor & Francis Group, UK, 2016. September, 2016. ISBN 2331-1983

Bonnie Sherk: Biography and Bibliography,Grove Dictionary of Art / Oxford Art Online. Oxford University Press, 2016.

“nomos: Martha Russo’s Fine Art of Living Systems,” Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO, 2016.

“Water. Water.” Water, Water Everywhere: Paean to a Vanishing Resource. Touring New Media Exhibition Online. (2015)

 “Consecration, Control, Collaboration: Pre To Post Anthropocentric Creativity”.  Digital Creativity. Lone Malmborg & Julia Sussner Editors, Volume 26, Special Issue: Arts & Ecology. Taylor & Francis  Online. 2015

“Linda Weintraub’s Titular Ode To Robert Kelly”. Robert Kelly Festschrift, Metambesen Publishers, 2015

A Correspondence Between Linda Weintraub, Robin Lasser and Adrienne Pao” The Dress/Tent Project: 
Center for Integrated Media California Institute of the Arts, Viz. Inter-Arts 2015

“Jason DeCaires Taylor: The Firing and Misfiring of Human Powers,” catalogue essay, 2015

“Water. Water.: Paean to a Vanishing Resource”. Touring new-media exhibition. 2015

“Homesick in the Wilderness,” OCHOzone, Questa, New Mexico. 2014. 

 “The Rearing of a Calvinist Witch”, Brooklyn Rail: Critical Perspective on Arts, Politics, and Culture. June, 2014.

 “Strange Invitation for Digging Deeper”, Dirt Dialogues, Edited volume published for the 20th World congress of Soil Science 2014, by the Soil Science Society of America. Forthcoming, 2014

“(P)(RE)VIEWS: Eco Art’s Challenge to Art Criticism”, in the anthology, Ecocriticism. Eine Einführung“  Böhlau Verlag GmbH & Cie, Cologne 2015

“Interview with Leyya Tawil” Critical Correspondence, Movement Research online journal. October 10, 2014

“Curator/Anthropologist/Ethnographer/Artist: Katherine Carl and Natalie Jeremijenko interviewed by Linda Weintraub”. Ethnoscripts: Institut für Ethnologie. Universität Hamburg.  Michael Proepper (Editor) Issue 2199-7942

“The Fall and Rise of Community”, WEAD, Women’s Environmental Art Directory, WEAD Journal.; 2014

“To Life! Eco Art in Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet,” excerpt published in the Environment & Society Portal, a project of the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, a joint initiative of the LMU Munich (University of Munich) and the Deutsches Museum. The Rachel Carson Center is generously funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research. August, 2014. 

“Khem Caigan: A Witch Among the Calvinists”, The Brooklyn Rail, July, 2014

“Gardening as a Subversive Act”, The Good Gardener, Nature, Humanity, and the Garden, Black Dog Publishing, Artifice Series, London, 2014

“To Life! Eco Art in Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet”, ISEA2012 Machine Wilderness: Special Media-N edition, v.09 n.03, November, 2013.

“From the Ridiculous to the Sublime: The Nano Artistry of Victoria Vesna”, Morphonano: Works by Victoria Vesna with James Gimzewski, Beal Center for Art and Technology, University of California, Irvine, November, 2013
“Tragedy of Wild Waters,” WEAD, Women’s Environmental Art Directory, WEAD Journal no.6, November, 2013

“Raquel Rabinovich – Yearnings”: Catalog essay – October, 2013

“Curatorial Flow Patterns”, CSPA Journal (Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts), 2013

“Strange Invitations for Digging Deeper”, Franklin Street Works catalogue, 2013

“Jan Harrison” – Interview in Leonardo Journal on-line, 2013

“Strategies/Tragedies of the Commons” ACRA Agroforestry, Greene County Council on the Arts

“Dear Mother Nature.” Catalog essay, Dorsky Museum of Art, State University of New York, New Paltz, NY, 2012.

“Tricia Zimic: Defending the Endangered.” Catalog essay, State Museum of New Jersey, Trenton, NJ, 2011.

“Contemporary Art in the 21st Century.” Performing Arts Journal, Anniversary Issue, Fall, 2011.

“The Art of Dying.” Re-framing Art Education Beyond the Classroom: Pondering the Enigma of the Outsider. Edited by Alice Wexler and is scheduled for initial publication by Palgrave Macmillan, a division of St. Martin’s Press, LLC.

“Mary Ann Davis: Art as a Missionary Act”, Hudson River Museum and Gallery Guide, Summer 2011.

“Transgénesis: Desde los primeros a los últimos comienzos” published in Eduardo Kac: El creador de seres imposibles, Universidad de Caldas, Manizales, Colombia, 2010.

“Remember the Ladies / Nature Nurture”, Hudson River Museum & Gallery Guide, August 2010.

“AHOY! Where Lies Henry Hudson?” Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, 2009.

“Maximizing Art’s Mark/ Minimizing Art’s Footprint: Eco-Centered Pedagogy for Foundations Curriculum” FATE in REVIEW, Spring 2009.

“DEMOnstrations of ECOlogical Modes of Operation”, CSPA Quarterly . Fall 2009

“From the Fat of the Land: Alchemies, Ecologies, Attractions”, Grand Arts, Kansas City, 2007.

“TODT After Next”, Fleisher/Ollman /Gallery, 2007.

“The Search for an Eco-Friendly Publishing Strategy,” The Art Book, August, 2007.

“Laura Battle. In Pursuit of Enantiodromia” Lohin Geduld Gallery, 2007.

“Final Thoughts: Eco-Art Practice” Forum on Eco-tistical Art, College Art Journal. Summer, 2006.

“Transgenesis: From Past to Last Beginnings,” Eduardo Kac, Espacio: Fundacion Telefonica, 2006.

Mary Anne Davis: Sculpture, Painting, Porcelain,” 2005. Mark McDonald, 2005.

“Alexis Rockman,” Grand Arts, Kansas City, Kansas 2004.

“Constructing and Demolishing: Manual to Settle Sediments”” – an eighteen page artist/writer collaboration with Marco Maggi, College Art Journal, Fall, 2003.

“An Eco Art Manifesto,” co-author Skip Schuckmann, Landscape and Art, Fall 2003.

“St. Orlan: tee-se-itse-pyhimys,” Image, 2001.

Barbara Bachner,” Studio DArs, Milan, Italy, 2001.

Monthly reviews and feature articles in Tema Celeste Art Journal: Anish Kapoor, Janine Antoni, Not Vital, James Turrell, Gary Hume, Donica Phelps, Donald Lipski, Rirkrit Tiravanija, etc.

Genus Fusion: The Art of Jan Harrison,” Station Hill Press, 2001.

“The Studio Potential of the University Art Gallery,”  2000.

“Yang Ming-Dye: Leaf by Leaf,” Watermark Cargo Gallery, October, 1999.

“Marco Maggi: Techtonic,” 123 Watts Gallery, January, 1998.

“The Artist, The Institution, The State”, Rockefeller Foundation, Next Generation Leadership Fellowship Program on-line magazine, February, 1999.

“The Artist, The Institution, The State”, FYI, The New York Foundation for the Arts, Fall, 1998, Vol. 14. No.3.

“The Studio Potential of the University Art Gallery”, College Art Journal, April, 1999.

“Blind Windows. Crystal Walls”, Raquel Rabinovich: The Dark is the Source of Light, Station Hill Arts, 1996.

“The Reincarnation of St. Orlan”, Image Magazine, Helsinki. September, 1995.

“The Art of Showing Art”, by Ray Fashona, Dutchess, October/November 1989.

“Symbols of Faith: Menorah, Icon, Prayer Rug.” Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College, 1981.

“The Egg Symbol in the Work of Clarence Carter,” Clarence H. Carter, Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College, 1978.