Selected Publications on Art

Books and Anthologies

“Manifesta 2006: When Art met Politics,” chapter in the book titled, Sustainability, a new frontier for the arts and cultures. Edited by Sacha Kagan and Volker Kirchberg, Leuphana, VAS, Germany, 2008. 324-350.

“Habitus Revisited: Notes and Queries from the Field,” in Bourdieu: Fieldwork in Culture, edited by Nicholas Brown and Imre Szeman. Rowan and Littlefield Publishers, Inc. 2000: 145-164.

“Modern Greek Visual Art and Artists,” in Greece in Modern Times: An Annotated Bibliography of Works Published in English in 22 Academic Disciplines During the Twentieth Century, edited by Dr. Stratos Constantinidis. Scarecrow Press Inc. 2000: 37-60.

“Considering the Prospect(s) of On-line Fields of (Techno) Cultural Production,” in Pierre Bourdieu: Language, Culture and Education – Theory into Practice. Edited by Michael Grenfell and Michael Kelly. Berne: Peter Lang A.G., European Academic Publishers, 1999: 121-133.

“Habitus: From the Inside Out and the Outside In,” in The Body and Psychology, edited by Henderikus J. Stam. London: Sage Publications, Chapter 8. 1998: 141-159.

“The View from Nowhere: Digitalization, Body Art, and the Symbolic Economies of Cyberspace.” Proceedings: The Sixth Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology, Centre for Arts and Technology, New London, Connecticut: Connecticut College. 1997: 140-155.

“Who Counts and Who is Counting—the Artworld, the Market and Women’s Art,” in Women and Art: Empowering Narratives, edited by Regine Boucar. Washington, D.C: The World Bank Office on Women’s Issues: 1996: 2-12.

Refereed Journals

Review of Kiss & Tell’s November 8, 1997 Vancouver performance “That Long Distance Feeling,” for the Canadian Theatre Review. Volume 25, Summer 1998: 93-95.

“Graph(t)ing the Visual: Modern Greek Studies in the Diaspora,” Journal of Modern Greek Studies. Volume 15, 1997: 268-273.

“Habitus: From the Inside Out and the Outside In,” Theory and Psychology Journal, Volume 6, No. 4, 1996: 649-667.

“Making the Grade: Multiculturalism and the Arts in Canada,” Blurring Genres Series, Volume 1, No. 5, 1994: 3-21.

“Reviewing Modernist Painting and Criticism in the Canadian Prairies: A Case Study from Edmonton,” International Journal of Canadian Studies, Volume VIII, Winter 1993: 139-169.

“Centering on Changing Communities: Multiculturalism as Meaning and Message,” Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal, Volume 24, #3, 1992: 87-98.

“Making Art in the ‘Global Village,'” in Global Restructuring: Canada in the 1990’s, Canadian Issues Volume 24, 1992: 109-128.

“Of Earth and Steel: Taming the Prairie in Canada,” in Practicing the Arts in Canada, Canadian Issues, Volume 11, 1989: 113-126.

Arts Journals/Magazines

“Three Things I know About Magic,” a review of Blair Brennan’s survey exhibition at dc3 Art Projects, Edmonton. Prairie Seen Arts Magazine, December 6, 2014.

“Dissident Acts-Spirit and Matter,” Spring 2004 Issue of Artichoke-Writings About the Visual Arts, Volume 16 # 3, 38-41.

“Edmonton 2000: The Public and Private Face of Steel Sculpture,” Summer 2000 Issue of Artichoke – Writings About the Visual Arts, Volume 12, 38-40.

Priceless Paintings: All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go,” Artichoke – Writings About the Visual Arts, Volume 10, #3, 1999: 23-25.

“Ceci n’est pas un’ archive,” FUSE, Volume 21, #2, 1998: 38-40.

“A ‘Different’ Angelus Novus,” Artopos Electronic Journal:

“TRANSlocal: A Metaphor for Space,” Artopos Electronic Journal: http://www.
“imagining communities (bojagi),” Jin-me Yoon. C magazine, Volume 51, October 1996: 50.

“Feminist Art: Issues and Agendas” Part II, Artichoke – Writings About the Visual Arts, Volume 6, #2, 1994: 16-31.

“Feminist Art: Issues and Agendas” Part I, Artichoke – Writings About the Visual Arts, Volume 6, #1, 1994: 40-43.

“Testimonial for Brennan,” SNAP Newsletter, December 1993: 2-9.