Hitchcock, Film Studies, and New Media: The Impact of Technology on the Analysis of Film in Technology and Film Scholarship: Experience, Study, Theory, edited by Santiago Hidalgo.

Book Review: Ingrid Hoelzl and Rémi Marie, Softimage: Towards a New Theory of the Digital Image
Journal of Visual Culture 16(1): 118-121.

Disrupting the City: Using Urban Screens to Remediate Public Space
Proceedings of the 21st International Symposium for Electronic Arts, Vancouver, August 2015.
with Claude Fortin and Jean Dubois

The Line: Perception, Public Spaces, and Architectural Projection
in Urban Ecologies 2013, edited by Jesse Jackson, Patricio Davila, and Roderick Grant.
with Patricio Davila

Massive Media: Theories and Practices of Large-Scale Projections and Public Data Visualizations
Dissertation, RULA Digital Repository

An Expanded Perceptual Laboratory: Public Art and the Cinematic Techniques of Superimposition, Montage and Apparatus/Dispositif
Public Art Dialogue 5(2): 112-130.

Curating Massive Media
Journal of Curatorial Studies 4(2): 238-262.

Expressive Cartography and the Aesthetics of Public Visualization
Proceedings of the IEEE VIS 2014 Arts Program, VISAP’14: Art+Interpretation, Paris, France, November 2014.

Public interface effects: re-embodiment and transversality in public projection
Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium of Electronic Art, Sydney 2013.
with Patricio Davila

Light, Data, and Public Participation
Leonardo Electronic Almanac 18(3): 154-163.
with Patricio Davila

On Provisionality
exhibition essay for N/A exhibition “Everything and Nothing” May 4-7, 2012.
with Alex Fraser
curated by Michael Vickers

Untitled (12th Istanbul Biennial), Review
C Magazine, no. 113 (Spring 2012).

Again, With Feeling!
catalogue essay for N/A exhibition “Again, With Feeling!” Nov 17-20, 2011.
curated by Hanna Hur
graphic design by Berkeley Poole

Public Data Visualization: Dramatizing Architecture and Making Data Visible
Proceedings of the 17th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Istanbul 2011
with Patricio Davila

E-Tower and the Public Sphere
Large Displays In Urban Life, CHI, Vancouver 2011.
with Patricio Davila

The Car Park
Street Signs, Goldsmiths Centre for Urban and Community Research
Autumn, 32-34.