PUBLICATIONS (2010-2019)

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Canadasonic (2019), essay commissioned in 2015 for the Sound Art: Sound as a Medium of Art anthology published by ZKM/MIT (as an extension of the exhibition of the same name the ZKM had in 2012, exhibition site here).


Record Release 7-inch (Scratch) (2018), Vol. 4 (out of a series of 7) has been released. Recorded and presented as part of Sweet Gongs Vibrating at the San Diego Art Institute, a line has two sides at the Artlab in London (Ontario), and in Toronto: Press Play at Zalucky Contemporary, and at the Tranzac. All in 2016-2017. Mixed and edited summer 2017. There are 77 copies of each release in the series. Published by Main page for overall project here.

Flipper ABC, publication consisting of 99 different bookmarks designed by Marie-Douce St-Jacques and a set of digital audio files (totalling 11 hours and 31 minutes) for each of the three connected projects (Flipper A, Flipper B, Flipper C). Edition of 99. Launch on Friday January 5 at Librairie Le Port de tête in Montréal.


Questionable – Questioned – Questionnaire, a text commissioned by the Independent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA) for their Perspectives series in response to the Sound Art Gathering they organized in November 2016 in Toronto.

Soundfull: A Wall Speaks, A Door Shakes, A Floor Trembles, extended artist statement on the intervention done with Marla Hlady as part of the Recounting Huronia project, Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, Vol. 6 No. 3.

Door to Door to Door, my essay on the Door to Door series I curated for the Blackwood Gallery between 2011-2013 is included in the publication: Urban Encounters: Art and the Public, edited by Martha Radice and Alexandrine Bourdreault-Fournier, in the Culture of Cities series edited by Will Straw and Kieran Bonner. Artists featured in the series and discussed in the essay: Camilla Singh, Germaine Koh, Gordon Hicks, Micah Lexier, Alexander Irving, Karen Kraven, John Marriott, Gina Badger, Tazeen Qayyum, Adam David Brown, Nancy Nowacek, Sandy Plotnikoff, and Nathalie Quagliotto.

Hit, Hit Maker, Hit Parade, works documented in the form of artist pages in the Performance Art and the Public Sphere anthology, ed. Ana Pais, Orfeu Negro, Lisbon. In Portuguese and English.

Record Release 12-inch, free pdfs of first five sets of 1000 now available (0001-1000, 1001-2000, 2001-3000, 3001-4000, 4001-5000). Design concept: Jennifer Martin and cm. Layout: Jennifer Martin.


Flipper B featured on the Sonic Materialities issue of textsound: an online audio publication (issue 21), curated by Michael Nardone.

Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhe: Silence and Sound in Performance, essay commissioned by YYZ Books for More Caught in the Act: an anthology of performance art by Canadian women, eds. Johanna Householder and Tanya Mars. Launch September 24 at YYZ in Toronto. Facebook event here.

With: Alexandre St-Onge’s Cosmo-Touch, essay for the Semblances monograph on Alexandre St-Onge published by Avatar. The publication also features Nicole Gingras and Brandon LaBelle. Translation by Daniel Canty. Editing by Caroline Gagné. Hardcover, 80 pages. The entire publication including is available as a free and searchable pdf here. The eponymous new sound work by Alexandre is downloadable from the same page. Launched in Quebec City on February 25, and in Montreal in two separate events March March 17 and 18.

Nothing Here But Everything. Text piece presented in the group exhibition À la recherche (in search of practice-based research), curated by Barbara Balfour for Open Studio in Toronto. January 8 – February 6, 2016. Opening January 8.


Gallery Guide: Through and Through, text/image piece for the Journal of Curatorial Studies, Volume 4, Number 2. It is the inaugural artist/curator project for this journal.

Sonic Somatic and Sound Voice Perform, published by Errant Bodies Press, are now both available for free in pdf form, see respective project pages.

Volumes, publication, including 144 page book with 14 writers, 10-inch vinyl record with 15 tracks, and image foldout with 113 full-colour images. Co-edited with Martin Arnold. Features 5 exhibitions, including Volume: Hear Here. Launch at Hart House in Toronto on Wednesday July 29, 5-8pm, details on the event here.


Foursome, radio work produced in 2007, recently published in transcripted form in Beckett and Musicality, edited by Sara Jane Bailes and Nicholas Till (Ashgate, 2014). The book cover features the drawing produced blindly by the four choreographers I worked with (Dana Gingras, Tammy Forsythe, k.g. Guttman, and Marie-Claude Poulin).

The Micro Series (combo of Micro and Hit Parade), two-page feature in the inaugural Practices section of Revue d’art canadienne / Canadian Art Review (RACAR), guest edited by Risa Horowitz, Vol. XXXIX, No.1, Fall 2014, 32-33. Pdf here.

Sans Sourdines, a new text commissioned by Dazibao for the 172 page publication, Home Sweet Home: À propos de l’inquiétude that accompanies the exhibition by the same name. Edited by France Choinière.


Fingering featured in The Rusty Toque, Issue No. 5, an online literary and arts journal.

Sonic Somatic: Performances of the Unsound Body reviewed in Neural.

Record Release featured in the electronic publication 40,000 years published in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Avatar. Free download, available in French and English versions.

Sound by Artists: Book Launch and Panel Talks, a series of panels to accompany the republication of Sound by Artists, featuring Seth Kim-Cohen, Martin Arnold, Dan Lander, Jim Drobnick, Marla Hlady, David Merritt, Juliana Pivato, Adi Louria-Hayon, Barbara Fischer, Nicole Gingras and Christof Migone, At Hart House, Toronto on Sunday February 3. Presented by the Blackwood Gallery and the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery.


Sonic Somatic: Performances of the Unsound Body, 282 page book published by Errant Bodies Press is out. Distributed in North America by D.A.P. and in Europe by les presses du réel. Double book launch of Sonic Somatic and WOOD TWO at Art Metropole, Toronto, September 15. Montreal launch of Sonic Somatic at Formats, August 9.

Montreal launch of Fingering and Record Release, Friday August 10.

Exhibition review “Boîte de transmission : écrits surThorax de Jean-Pierre Gauthier” in Inter No. 110, Langage Plastique, Québec, 2012. In French. The English version of this text appear in Sonic Somatic: Performances of the Unsound Body (Errant Bodies Press, 2012).


The Rise and Fall of the Sounds and Silences From Mars, a silent sound text work presented as an installation at Electric Eclectics 6 in Meaford, Ontario July 29 – 31. Book version published by Parasitic Ventures Press.

WOOD, editor of catalog for the Blackwood Gallery. A 184 page compendium of the Blackwood’s 2009 programming. Launch at Art Metropole in Toronto, May 7.

La première phrase et le dermier mot (excerpt) featured in Against Expression: An Anthology of Conceptual Writing, eds. Craig Dworkin and Kenneth Goldsmith, Northwestern University Press, 2011, pp. 428-430.

Danger in Paradise featured in Transmission Arts: Artists & Airwaves, ed. Galen Joseph-Hunter, New York: PAJ Publications, 2011, p. 100.


Auditorium, publication of artist pages (pp. 23-28) in the “On Listening” issue of Performance Research (Vol. 15 No.3). This issue also includes discussion of Crackers by Stacey Sewell in the article titled “Listening Inside Out: Notes on an embodied analysis.”

Touch that Dial: Creating Radio Transcending the Regulatory Body (1990) and Radio Naked, published in book: Islands of Resistance: Pirate Radio in Canada, edited by Andrea Langlois, Ron Sakolsky, & Marian van der Zon, Vancouver: New Star Books, 2010. Reprint of a text written in 1990.

The Queer Voice Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is Is – entry in the compendium included in the catalogue for the Queer Voice exhibition, edited by Ingrid Schaffner, Senior Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania.