To Make a Public: Temporary Art Review 2011-2016 is a selected anthology of the first five years of online publication Temporary Art Review and a catalogue of the related exhibition Document V celebrating the same benchmark. Edited by Temporary Art Review founders Sarrita Hunn and James McAnally, To Make A Public offers a singular lens into broader eruptions in artists’ publishing and artistic practice over the past five years as a primary document of our moment through the collected writings of artists, curators, activists and critics.
The Para-Site School, Alternative Art Schools Fair Pioneer Works, NYC on Clocktower Radio NYC, 2016
Driftless Announced as part of the 2019 Quebec Biennial, Canadian Art
Borderless TV 2018, Art And Education / eflux
Mote Gallery 2015, The Lantern. OSU’s news paper: Windows open to artistic displays
We Paint Houses The Art Blog (Philadelphia, 2014): Public art in motion — Felipe Castelblanco’s We Paint Houses
Warhol In the Andes. Carnegie Museums Magazine, Fall 2010
El Tiempo Newspaper. Bogotá, Colombia June 2010
‘El Colombiano’ Newspaper. Medellin, Colombia June 2010.
El Tiempo Newspaper, June 2008
Morning News / Show (as far as I remember): Bacolod Philippines
Interview for TV News. Children’s Room. Museo del Banco de la Republica