‘Unsettling the Archive: The Stasi, Photography and Escape from the GDR’

in Photography and Ontology: Unsettling Images, eds. Donna West Brett and Natalya Lusty, Routledge, 2018

Looking and Feeling: Photographing Escape from East Germany

in Burcu Dogramaci and Elizabeth Otto, eds. Passages of Exile (Munich: Edition Text + Kritik 35, 2017), 268-285.

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An Aesthetics of Disruption: The Latent Image and Ways Not to be Seen

Artmatter 02, Agency & Aesthetics (Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki and Massey University, 2018).

Home and Homelessness: Ann Shelton’s Aesthetics of Displacement

in Ann Shelton: Dark Matter, (Auckland Art Gallery, Toi o Tāmaki, NZ, 2016).

Exile and Erasure: Forgetting llse Bing

In Kris Belden-Adams, ed. Photography and Failure: One Medium's Entanglement with Flops, Underdogs and Disappointments (Bloomsbury, 2017), 45-60.

Interventions in Seeing: Surveillance, Camouflage & the Cold War Camera

In Ann Elias, Ross Harley and Nicholas Tsoutas (Eds), Camouflage Cultures: The Art of Disappearance (University of Sydney Press, 2015), 147-157.


Stasi Surveillance Photographs + Extra-archival Legacy

Photography and Culture, 12.2 (2019): 227-248

An Aesthetics of Disruption: Unsettling the Diasporic Subject

Mashriq and Mahjar: Journal of Middle East and North African Migration Studies 6, no. 1, (2019).

Banality, Memory and the Index: Thomas Demand & Hitler’s Photographer

in Photographies 9.3 (2016): 233-249.

The Event Horizon: Returning After the Fact

with Ann Shelton in Memory Connection, 1.1 (2011): 335–347.

The Uncanny Return: Documenting Place in Postwar German Photography

in Photographies 3.1 (2010): 7-21.