Olivia Plender

Works * CV * Texts and press

Born 1977, London, lives and works in London, UK and Stockholm, SE.

Solo exhibitions

Rise Early, Be Industrious, MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, UK
Rise Early, Be Industrious, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, UK
Rise Early, Be Industrious, CCA, Glasgow, UK

Aadieu, Adieu Apa (Goodbye, Goodbye Father), Gasworks, London, UK
Olivia Plender, Kiosk, Ghent, BE

Monitor, Art in General, New York, US

Information, Education, Entertainment, Marabou Parken Annex, Stockhom, SE

The Folly of Man Exposed or the World Turned Upside Down, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, DE

The Medium and Daybreak, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK

Group exhibitions

Playground, Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR
Believe not every spirit, but try the spirits, curated by Lars Bang Larsen and Marco Pasi, MOMA, Monash University, Caufield, AU
Nascent States, waterside contemporary, London, UK

El Teatro del Mundo, Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City, MX
L'Heure des sorcieres, curated by Anna Collin, Le Quartier: Centre D'art Contemporain De Quimper, Quimper, FR
Une machine desire de l'instruction comme un jardin desire de la discipline, curated by Catalina Lozano, FRAC Loraine, Metz, FR
The Crime Was Almost Perfect, curated by Cristina Ricupero, Witte de With Centre for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, NL
Escapes: Fiction as Rigour, curated by Marti Manen, Fabra i Coats Centre d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Barcelona, ES

The Nordic Model, curated by Kim Einarsson, Stine Hebert, Cecilia Widenheim, Malmö Art Museum, Malmö, SE
Arbeitstid, curated by Milena Hoegsberg, Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter, Oslo, NO
E as in Invisible, E as in Invincible, E as in Disappear, Signal Center for Contemporary Art, Malmö, SE
Momentous Times, curated by Aileen Burns, Johan Lundh, Centre for Contemporary Art, Londonderry, IE
Points of Departure, curated by Rebecca Heald, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK
The Mental Furniture Industry, curated by Claire Louise Staunton, Flat Time House, London, UK
Une machine desire de l'instruction comme un jardin desire de la discipline, curated by Catalina Lozano, MARCO, Museo de Arte Contemporanea de Vigo FRAC Lorraine, Vigo, ES
Berlin Senat Arbeitsstipendiums Ausstellung, NGBK, neue Gesellschaft fur bildende Kunst, Berlin, DE
Spectres of the Future, curated by Antje Weitzel, Collegium Hungaricum Berlin, Berlin, DE
Bodies that Matter, curated by Rebecca Heald, Galeri Mana, Istanbul, TR

Plus ou moins sorcieres 2/3: Epreuves Ritualisees, curated by Anna Colin, Maison Populaire, Paris, FR
Shaped by Time / Skabt af tiden, curated by Milena Hoegsberg, Julie Sass, Danish National Museum, Copenhagen, DK
Reflexion und Einfühlung, curated by Julia Höner, KAI 10 Arthena Foundation, Düsseldorf, DE
Summerland, curated by Theresa Choi, CCS Bard Galleries, New York, US
Rehearsing Collectivity: Choreography Beyond Dance, Tanzfabrik, Berlin, DE

Folkestone Triennial 2011, A Million Miles From Home, curated by Andrea Shlieker, waterside contemporary, London, UK
British Art Show 7, curated by Lisa Le Feuvre, Tom Morton, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
El Grito, curated by Sofia Hernandez,Chong Cuy, Maria Ines Rodriguez, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Leon (MUSAC), Leon, ES
Terms of Belonging, curated by Aileen Burns and Johan Lundh, Overgaden, Copenhagen, DK
No Man's Land?/ Tierra de Nadie, curated by Catalina Lozano, Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Vitoria, ES
Nordic Art Today: conceptual debts, broken dreams, new horizons, curated by Kari J. Brandtzaeg, Birta Guðjónsdóttir, Anna Bitkina, Power Ekroth Aura Seikkula, Simon Sheikh, Loft Project ETAGI (Ligovskiy pr, 74, 4 and 5 floors), St Petersburg, RU
Folk Variations - spring 2011, Radar, Loughborough University, Leicestershire, UK
Nothing in the World but Youth, Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK
Acts of Refusal , curated by Ellen Blumenstein and Kathrin Meyer , ART IST KUKU NU UT Arts Festival, Tartu, EE

Taipei Biennal, curated by Tirdad Zolghadr and Hongjohn Lin, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, TW
Bucharest Biennial, curated by Felix Vogel, PAVILION UNICREDIT - centre for contemporary art, Bucharest, RO
British Art Show 7, curated by Lisa Le Feuvre, Tom Morton, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK
Manifesta 8 (catalogue project), curated by Alexandria Contemporary Arts Forum, Murcia, ES
Last Ride in a Hot Air Balloon - 4th Auckland Triennial, curated by Natasha Conland, Auckland, NZ
Newspeak: British Art Now Part II, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
Perform a Lecture, The Office, Berlin, DE
Neither From Nor Towards, curated by Antonia Majaca, Ivana Bago, Art Pavilion, Zagreb, HR
Fall Out, curated by Mads Damsbo & Merete Jankowski, Kunsthalle Gl. Holtegaard in Copenhagen, Denmark and Malmö Konsthall, Sweden, Copenhagen and Malmö, DK
There is No Alternative, curated by Olivia Plender in collaboration with Kim Einarsson, Konsthall C and Romanian Cultural Institute of Stockholm, Stockholm, SE
Fourteen Interventions, curated by Stephen McNeilly, Swedenborg Society, London, UK
Out of the Archives, curated by Anna Colin, The Women' s Library, London, UK
Fall Studie, curated by Katharina Schlieben, HFBK, Dresden, DE

Altermodern: Tate Triennial, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, Tate Britain, London, UK
The Malady of Writing, curated by Chus Martínez, MACBA, Barcelona, ES
Critical Applause, cca-glasgow, Glasgow, UK
Notes from the Living Dead Museum, The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik, IS
Desiring Necessities, curated by Ilaria Gianni, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK
Practical Truths, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK
Poetry Marathon, curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK

The Greenroom: Reconsidering the Documentary and Contemporary Art, curated by Maria Lind, Hessel Museum of Art, CCS Bard, New York,, US
Algulhas Negras, Centro Cultural São Paulo, São Paulo, BR
The Great Transformation, curated by Chus Martinez, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, DE
The Great Transformation, curated by Chus Martinez,, MARCO, Vigo, ES
Not Quite How I Remember It, curated by Helena Reckitt, The Power Plant, Toronto, CA
Bending the Word, UC Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, California, US
Moot Points, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, UK
Disclosures II, curated by Anna Colin, Nottingham Castle Museum, Nottingham, UK
TINA, curated by Olivia Plender, Drawing Room, London, UK
I Desired What You Were, I Need What You Are, curated by Ilaria Gianni, Maze, Turin, IT
Legend, curated by Alexis Vaillant, Domaine Departemental de Chamarande, Paris, FR

Art Now Live, curated by Lina Dzuverovic, Lizzie Carey-Thomas, Katharine Stout, Tate Britain, London, UK
How to Endure, curated by Tom Morton, Athens Biennial, Athens, GR
Left Pop, Moscow Biennial, curated by Diana Baldon, Georgina Jackson, Nicola Lees, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, RU
Le Truc, curated by Alexis Vaillant, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, UK
Mystic Truths, curated by Natasha Conland, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, NZ
Cult Fiction, curated by Kim L. Pace, Emma Mahony, New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK

Tate Triennial 2006: New British Art, curated by Beatrix Ruf, Tate Britain, London, UK
Busan Biennial, curated by Manu Park, Busan Museum of Modern Art, Busan, KR
2nd International Biennial of Young Artists, curated by Jenny Brownrigg, National Museum of Geology, Bucharest, RO
Becks Futures, ICA, London, UK
Slowly Learning to Survive the Desire to Simplify, IASPIS, Stockholm, SE
In Search of the New Republic (or the Tables Turned), Serpentine Galleries, London, UK
Radio Gallery, curated by Anna Colin, Resonance FM, London, UK
Transcommunication Lab, curated by Carl Michael Von Hauswolff, Lina Dzuverovic, Radio Gallery, London, UK
Le Retour de la Colonne Durutti, curated by Gyonata Bonvicini, Isabella Bortolozzi Gallery, Berlin, DE
Shaking Smooth Spaces, curated by Melanie Bouteloup, La Generale, Paris, FR

BMW: 1X Baltic Triennial of International Art, curated by Sofia Hernández Chong Cuy, Raimundas Malasauskas, Alexis Vaillant, CAC, Vilnius, LT
Paris-Londres: Le Voyage Interieur, curated by Alex Farquharson and Alexis Vaillant, Espace Electra, Paris, FR
A Press Conference with Ken Russell, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK
A Public Meeting to Address the Phenomenon of Materialization, curated by Tom Morton, Man in the Holocene, London, UK
Publish and be Damned, curated by Emily Pethick and Chris Hammonds, The Crypt, London, UK
On the Way to the Peak of Normal: A Crack in the Cosmic Egg, curated by Centre for Visual and Cultural Studies (CVCS) graduate students, Edinburgh Colllege of Art, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
Water Festival, Grizedale Arts, Cumbria, UK
Dance of the Seven Veils, with Pablo Bronstein, Lali Chetwynd, Adam Chodzko, curated by Jenny Brownrigg, Cooper Gallery, Dundee, UK

Romantic Detachment, curated by Adam Sutherland and Sarah Glennie, PS1/ MoMA, New York, US
East End Academy, with Emi Avora, Naomi Bishop, Louise Brierley, Sarah Carne, Lawrence Corby, Ann Course in collaboration with Paul Clark, Chris Davies & Noah Sherwood, Dan Griffiths, Mauricio Guillen, Levin Haegele, David Harrison, Lizzie Hughes, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Caroline MacCarthy, Emer O’Brien, Mattia Paganelli, Peter Peri, Manuel Saiz, Christopher Stewart, Mia Taylor, and Zatorski & Zatorski, curated by Niru Ratnam, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
For Example, with Cristopher Howell, curated by Clare Carolin, Roger Malbert, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
Publish and Be Damned, curated by Emily Pethick, Chris Hammonds, Cubitt Gallery, London, UK
Trailer, with Philippe Parreno, The Wrong Gallery (Maurizio Cattelan, Massimiliano Gioni; Ali Subotnick), Charles de Meaux, Alan Michael, Nathaniel Mellors, Charles Avery, Makoto Aida, Mathieu Copeland, Norbert Schoerner, Carey Young, Roger Hiorns, Milena Dragicevic, Martin Sastre, Gail Pickering, Erik van Lieshout, Doug Fishbone, Keith Wilson, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Liam Gillick; Sean Dack, Jens Hoffmann; Claire Fitzsimmons., curated by Tom Morton, Catharine Patha, Man in the Holocene, London, UK

Department, with Semonara Chowdhury, Dan Holdsworth, isan & Carl Harris, Sick Happy Idle., The Changing Room Gallery, Stirling, Scotland, UK

Grants and awards

Arbeitsstipendium Bildende Kunst des Landes Berlin, Berlin, DE
Research and Development Grant, Arts Council England, UK
Doctoral position, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, SE

Travel grant, Roberto Cimetta Fund, Paris, FR

Research and Development grant, Arts Council England, UK

Award for Artist Exhibiting Abroad, British Council, London, UK

Research and Development grant, Arts Council England, London, UK
Award for Visual Arts, Paul Hamlyn, London, UK
Award for Artist Exhibiting Abroad, British Council, London, UK

Research and Development grant, Arts Council England, London, UK
Visual Research Fellow - Dundee Contemporary Arts, University of Dundee, Dundee, UK

London Arts - Individual Artist Award, UK


Green Lines, with Olivia Plender, Pork Salad Press, Copenhagen, DK
Vitamin D2: New Perspectives in Drawing, by Christian Rattemeyer, Phaidon, London, UK

Are Dreams Hallucinations During Sleep or Hallucinations Waking Dreams?, by Olivia Plender, Creative Foundation, Kent, UK

Histories of the present, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK

Grizedale Arts: Adding Complexity to Confusion, by Jonathan Griffin and Adam Sutherland, Grizedale Arts, UK
Art and Text, by Almee Selby, Black Dog Publishing, London, UK

Bring Back Robin Hood: Notes on an Imagined Community, with Sarah Tripp, by Olivia Plender, Sarah Tripp, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, UK

A Stellar Key to the Summerland, by Olivia Plender, Bookworks, London, UK
Our Comic Book, by Mel Brimfield, Revolver, UK

The Masterpiece, Part 5: The Road to Ruin, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK

The Masterpiece, Part 4: Evil Genius, by Olivia Plender, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK

The Masterpiece, Part 3: Evil Genius, by Olivia Plender, Grizedale Arts, Coniston, UK
The Masterpiece, Part 2: Birth of a Genius, by Olivia Plender, Millimetre.org/ Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
Put About: a Critical Anthology on Independent Publishing, by Maria Fusco with Ian Hunt, Bookworks publication, London, UK

The Masterpiece, Part 1: Strange Adventures, by Olivia Plender, Millimetre.org, UK
Happy Pappy, with Cecilia Lundqvist, Eva Koch, Ragnar Kjartansson, Minerva Cuevas, Shadafarin Ghadirian, IRWIN, Ilkka Halso, Erla Haraldsdottir, Sirous Namazi, Atlas Group, Appolonia Sustersic, Gunilla Klingberg, Halil Altindere, liv Bugge, Jorge Macchi, Doris Salcedo, Magnus Bartas, Milch Gallery, UK


Visiting Lecturer / Society is a Workshop, Banff Centre, CA

Points of Departure, Art School Palestine, Delfina Foundation, Ramallah, PS

Visiting Lecturer / Beyond Former Heaven, Banff Centre, CA

Shatana International Workshop, Triangle Network, Makan Art Space, Amman, JO

Algulhas Negras, FAAP Sao Paolo, Sao Paolo, BR
Visual Arts Creative Development, Cove Park, UK
Artists in Residence programme, Art in General, New York, US

Iaspis international studio programme, Stockholm, SE
Artist in Residence, University of Oxford, St. John's College, Oxford, UK
ELAM Artist in Residence, University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ

El Basilisco, Triangle Arts Trust, Buenos Aires, AR

Artist in Residence - Grizedale Arts, Grizedale Arts, Cumbria, UK


Spotlight: Sylvia Pankhurst, curated by Olivia Plender, Tate Britain, London, UK

Show Off, curated by Jacobus Fabricius, city of Malmö, Malmö, SE

Serpentine Gallery 24-hour Interview Marathon, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
A Stellar Key to the Summerland, Book Works, London, UK

Alexandra MIr's Daily News, UK


Olivia Plender, by Melissa Gronlund, Frieze, Issue 124 June
Olivia Plender, by Lina Wennersten, Stockholm City, 19 October
Observer Review, Go east young man, by Oliver Bennet, The Observer, 20 June
Portrait of the Artist as a Star, by Tom Morton, Arena Magazine, January

‘Review: Arbeidstid’, by Johanne Nordby Werno, Art Forum, September
‘Preview: Arbeidstid’, by Ina Blom, Art Forum, May
Hinsides arbeidet, by Kjetil Røed, KunstKritikk.no, June
Alternative Systems: Olivia Plender and Patrick Staff, Mousse Magazine, No 38 April
Studio Spaces, by Maeve Connoly, Frieze, Issue 155

Olivia Plender, by Natasha Degen, Art Forum Critics Picks, Aug
Olivia Plender: Rise Early Be Industrious, by Laura Allsop, Art Monthly 359, Sept

Olivia Plender, by Brian Dillon, Art Forum, Sept
Folkestone Triennial, by Colin Perry, Frieze, 143 Nov – Dec
A Graphic Wake Up Call, by Vincent Katz, Tate Etc, Issue 23, Autumn
Folkestone Triennial, by David Trigg, Art Monthly, Sept
Terms of Belonging, by Stephen Squibb, Art Forum Critic Picks
British Art Show, by Ossian Ward, Time Out, Mar 3-9
Terms of Belonging, by Jacob Lillemose, KunstKritikk.no

Creamier, by Tirdad Zolghadr, Creamier, Phaidon
7th Taipei Biennial, by Christy Lange and Simon Rees, Frieze, Issue 137 Jan – Feb
British Art Show 7’, by Caoimhin Mac Giolla Leith, Frieze, Issue 137 Jan – Feb
British Art Now / Newspeak 2, by Richard Dorment, Telegraph
British Art Now, by Helen Sumpter, Time Out
British Art Now, by Laura Cumming, Observer
Economies of Faith, by Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens, C Magazine, 108 Winter
Swedenborg House: 14 interventions, by Peter Suchin, Art Monthly, April
Bucharest Biennial, by Richard Unwin, Frieze.com, June
Olivia Plender, by Johan Deurell, Paletten, November

Special issue on Olivia Plender, A Prior Magazine, 19
Commentary: personal Translations, by Sønke Gau / Katharina Schlieben, Shedhalle Newspaper
Auckland and Sydney 2010, by Nicola Harvey, Frieze Magazine, 128 January – Feb 2010
‘Olivia Plender’, critics picks, by Steven Cairns, Art Forum online
Olivia Plender, by Sally O’Reilly, Time Out, October
Games, Metropolis M, No.5 2009
Practical Truths, by Robert Clark, Guardian Guide, 22-28 Sept
Olivia Plender: I’ll give you television, by interview, Robert Stasinski, Flash Art, July – Sept
Olivia Plender, by Melissa Gronlund, Frieze, 124 June
Instructions on Correct Conduct, by A specially commissioned project, Frieze, 121 March
TINA, by Chris Fitte-Wassilak, Frieze, 120. January - February
Tate Triennial, by Colin Perry, Art Monthly, 324 March
No sharks here, but plenty to bite on, by Tom Lubbock, The Independent, 6 February 2009
Tate Triennial, by Ossian Ward, Time Out, February 12 - 18
Altermodern - Tate Triennial, by Richard Dorment, The Telegraph, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/journalists/richard-dorment/4436239/Altermodern-Tate-Triennial-2009-review.html
Altermodern- Tate Triennial, by Laura Cumming, The Observer, 8 February
Altermodern - Tate Triennial: "The richest and most generous Ttae Triennial yet", by Adrain Searle, The Guardian, 3 February

Focus London Artist Dictionary, Flash Art International, October 2008
In The Studio, by Helen Sumpter, Time Out, October 30 - November 5
Artist Under 40, by Ward Ossian, Helen Sumpter, Time Out, October 23-29
TINA, by Isla Leaver-Yap, MAP Magazine, Issue 16 winter
TINA, by Jessica Lack, The Guardian Guide, October 4-10
Artist of the Week, by Jessica Lack, The Guardian, 29 October
Not Quite How I Remember It, by William V. Ganis, Afterimage, Volume 36. Issue 3
Not Quite How I Remember It, by Bryan Mclaughlin, Canadian Art, July 10
Not Quite How I Remember It, by David Balzer, Toronto LIfe, June
Not Quite How I Remember It, by David Balzer, Eye (Canada), June 19
Preview: Not Quite How I Remember It, Modern Painters Magazine, July/August
Artistic Project, Hjarnstorm Magazine
Enfant Terrible/ Ken Russell in conversation with Olivia Plender, by Ken Russell, Pazmaker no. 5 (Mexico)
The Great Transformation - Art ans Tactical Magic, by Michael Krajewski, Map Magazine 15, 15
The Great Transformation- Kunst und Taktische Magie, by Domeniek Ruyters, De Volkskrant, July 17
The Great Transformation, Kultur Magazine, June
The Great Transformation, by Brigitte Weingart, Art Forum, May
The Great Transformation, by Pedro de Llano, Exit Express (Spain), November

Olivia Plender, by Stella d'Ailly, Frieze.com
Heading for the Top, The Observer, 25 November
Olivia Plender, by Thomas Olsson, Svenska Dagbladet, 27 October
What Was Socialism and What Comes Next?, Pavilion Magazine, October
Art Now Live, by Rikke Hansen, Art Monthly, October
Cult Fiction: Art and Comics, by Matt Price, Art Monthly, July-August
My Big Week: Olivia Plender, New Zealand Herald - Time Out, 28 June
Epiphanic uncertaintles: Mystic Truths in Auckland, by John Hurrell, Art Monthly Australia, Issue 25 November

Bucharest Absent Without Leave, by Duncan Mclaren, Map Magazine, Winter 2006
Olivia Plender - interview, by Aura Satz, Tema Celeste, Sept/ Oct
Focus London, by Eliza Williams, Flash Art, October
Harold Offeh: Mothership Collective, by Helen Sumpter, Time Out Magazine, August 16-23
Publish and Be Damned, by Jessica Lack, The Guardian Guide, 29 July
Art Pick: Flip, by Melissa Lo, LA Weekly, 19 July
Serpentine Interview Marathon, by Helen Sumpter, Time Out Magazine, August 2-9
Anna Colin: Radio Gallery, by Helen Sumpter, Time Out Magazine, August 2-9
Periodical Table (Part 3), by survey, Frieze, Issue 100, June-Aug
Goshka Macuga, by Jonathan Griffin, Frieze, Issue 100, jUne-Aug
Entretien-Olivia Plender-Rencontre Avec Anna Colin, by Anna Colin, Particules No. 14, April-May 2006
Olivia Plender: Top ten, Art Forum, April 2006
Becks Futures, by Tom Teodorczuk, Evening Standard, 28 March
Becks Futures, by Sue Hubbard, The Independent, 31 March
Becks Futures, by Waldemar Januszczak, The Sunday Times, 2 April
Becks Futures, by Adrian Searle, The Guardian, 4 April
Becks Futures, by Moira Jeffrey, The Herald, 10 April
Drawing, Crossing the Line, by Gabriel Coxhead, Financial Times, March 25
Olivia Plender, by Iphgenia Baal, Dazed & Confused Magazine, April
Olivia Plender, by Jessica Lack, ID, April
Le Voyage Interieur, by Mark Wilsher, Art Monthly, February
Olivia Plender, by Romilly Eveleigh, Frieze, Issue 96
by Lupe Nunez-Fernandez, Art Review, November 2005

Coniston Water Festival, by Sally o/Reilly, Frieze, Issue 95, November 2005
Publish and Be Damned, by Jannifer Higgie, Frieze, Issue 94, October
Coniston Water Festival, by Aaron Moulton, Flash Art Online, September 2005
Old Devil, by Stephen Armstrong, The Guardian, 1 October
by Robert Clark, The Guardian Guide, October 8
by Jessica Lack, The Guardian Guide, July 30
Pick of The Week, by Jessica Lack, The Guardian G2, May 23
I wanna buy some art, by Tom morton, Arena Magazine, March

Becks Futures, by Serena Davies, The Daily Telegraph, 4 April
Pick of the week, by Craig Burnett, The Guardian G2, October 4
East End Academy, by Jennifer Thatcher, Art Monthly, July/ August
The Big Draw, by Tom Morton, Arena Magazine, August
East End Academy, by Jessica Lack, The Guardian, June 14
East End Academy, by Martin Coomer, Time Out Magazine, 9-16 June
E is for Art, by Caroline Roux, The Guardian Weekend, 5 June
A Little of What You'll Fancy, by Rachel Campbell Johnston, The Times, 16 June
Like Beads on An Abacus Designed to Calculate Infinity, by Jessica Lack, The Guardian Guide, 17-23 April
Like beads on an Abacus Designed to Calculate Infinity, by Jessica Lack, The Guardian, April 26
Anyway, by Bruce Haines, Art Monthly, May

Department, The Wire Magazine
Department, by Elizabeth Mahoney, Art Review