- F.M.R.L. Footnotes, Mirages, Refrains and Leftovers of Writing Sound
Zer0 Books, London
A collection of short texts, fragments and deranged essays around my ongoing obsessions with certain books, voices, songs, places.
- En Abîme: Listening, Reading, Writing. An Archival Fiction
Zer0 Books, London
The book explores listening and reading as creative and critical activities driven by memory and return, reshaped into the present. It introduces an idea of aural landscape as a historically defined cultural experience and contributes to the emerging area of listening as artistic practice, adopting an expansive approach across poetry, visual art and literature.
- Field of Heaven and Meteorites
VOLT, Bergen, Norway
Text on Signe Lidén, on The Imaginary Reader.
- Beginning to Write After Clarice, After Clarice's (Echo and Dub Versions)
In The Scofield, issue 2.1 - Clarice Lispector & The Act of Writing, Summer 2016
- Le statue d'acqua by Fleur Jaeggy
In minor literature[s], 9 September 2016
In Listening and Its Not
An anthology published by Compost and Height and SARU, collecting a number of responses to a score by Patrick Farmer that invites people to travel 10 miles north of their home and to write about their experience of listening 'without pointing directly to it, or at it'.
- The Swan Whisperer
In Music & Literature
My review of Marlene van Niekerk's Cahier.
- The Secret Euphoria of Reading: On Roberto Calasso's Cento lettere a uno sconosciuto
In 3:AM Magazine
On Roberto Calasso's book blurbs and some early reading experiences.
- Rhythms and Song
In Reductive Four book, edited by Ryoko Akama, Daniel del Rio, Heather Frasch
A text shaped by rhythms in reading, breathing, burned books, Twin Peaks' Nadine and Breton's Nadja, and a visit to the Agnes Martin show at Tate Modern.
In Gorse, no. 4
- Frames: Sketch for a Polyphony (After the Fire)
In #1ShortStoryAnthology (Vanguard Editions)
- Records Ruin the Landscape
Book review in Music & Literature, 17 March 2015
- A Derangement of Footnotes
In D A N C E H A L L, no. 10, February 2015
Psykick Dancehall Recordings
- Sing, Singe, Singer
Earlid, curated by Joan Schuman
- Lakes, Sound, Sculpture, Really
Wolf Notes #7, edited by Patrick Farmer and Sarah Hughes.
In Eavesdropping: Ursula Nistrup, edited by Cecilia Canziani, with contributions by D. Cascella, C. Canziani, Cevdet Erek, Ursula Andkjaer Olsen
Cura Books, Rome, Italy
Sähkö Recordings, Helsinki, Finland
A text for Mika Vainio's recent CD on Sähkö.
- 'Something Missing': Notes on Writing Sound as Landscape and Mise-en-Abîme
Leonardo Music Journal n. 23 / Sound Art Theories Symposium supplement
- Listening, Reading, Writing: a Case Study
CRiSAP / UniformBooks, London / Devon, UK
Essay in On Listening, edited by Angus Carlyle and Cathy Lane.
- Sound Objects: Pierre Schaeffer's "In Search of a Concrete Music"
The Los Angeles Review of Books
- The Fall of Chrome
Musica Moderna, S. Vendemiano, Italy
Text in Claudio Rocchetti, The Fall of Chrome, book and cassette edition.
- The Whole Landscape Flushes on a Sudden at a Sound
Fondazione Aurelio Pietroni, San Cipriano Picentino, Italy
Short text in Viso come territorio / Face as Territory exhibition catalogue.
- Your Voice Has / Cosey Complex
Koenig Books, Cologne, Germany
Edited by Maria Fusco and Richard Birkett.
'A major new publication shifting Cosey Fanni Tutti from noun to verb. This new book is the first major publication discussing and theorising Cosey as methodology'. Contributors include: Martin Bax, Gerard Byrne, Daniela Cascella, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Diedrich Diederichsen, Graham Duff, Anthony Elms, Chris Kraus, Patricia MacCormack, Clunie Reid, Rob Stone, Corin Sworn and Cosey Fanni Tutti. Designed by Zak Kyes.
- Lines written at the end of a dream, when I encountered Leif Elggren's 'The Sudarium of St. Veronica'
Psykick Dancehall Recordings / Put the Music in Its Coffin, Glasgow, UK
Text for Leif Elggren's 'The Sudarium of St. Veronica'.
- A Landscape
SoundFjord, London, UK
Text on Steve Roden, published on the occasion of his London residency, 26-30 March 2011.
Selected articles and reviews
- Patrick Farmer
Article in The Wire. Adventures In Sound And Music, #348, London, UK, February 2013
- Luciano Chessa / Luigi Russolo
Interview in Frieze Blog, London, UK, 18 July 2012
- Sonic Somatic
Review of Sonic Somatic: Performances of the Unsound Body by Christof Migone in The Wire. Adventures In Sound And Music, #342, London, UK, August 2012
Review of Soundworks website in The Wire. Adventures In Sound And Music, #342, London, UK, August 2012
- Luigi Russolo, Futurist
Review of Luigi Russolo, Futurist: Noise, Visual Art and The Occult by Luciano Chessa in The Wire. Adventures In Sound And Music, #341, London, UK, July 2012
- Pauline Oliveros
Article in Frieze Blog, London, UK, 21 May 2012
- Listening to Noise and Silence: Towards a Philosophy of Sound Art
Review of Listening to Noise and Silence: Towards a Philosophy of Sound Art by Salomé Voegelin in The Journal of Sonic Studies, Leiden University Press, vol. 2, May 2012
- John Wynne
Review of Wynne's Installation no. 2 for High and Low Frequencies in frieze.com, Frieze, London, UK, 1 May 2012
Article on Aleksander Kolkowski's wax cylinder archive in Frieze Blog, London, UK, 15 December 2011
- Off the Page
Report in frieze.com, Frieze, London, UK, 28 February 2011
- David Toop. Sinister Resonance
Interview in frieze.com, Frieze, London, UK, 17 August 2010
- Chris Watson. Whispering in the Leaves
Review in frieze.com, Frieze, London, UK, 28 June 2010
- Bill Fontana
Review in frieze.com, Frieze, London, UK, 12 May 2010