WRITING

Artist Books, Edited Books & Journal Issues

Ways of Seeing – 40th Anniversary Issue special issue, Journal of Visual Culture (London, CA, New Delhi: Sage, 2012), co-edited with Raiford Guins, Juliette Kristensen, v.11, n.2

Faster, Higher (London: Film & Video Umbrella, 2009) co-edited with Nina Ernst  116pp, 243mm x 169mm, full colour, hardback box, essays by Chris Berry and Adrian Rifkin

Hong Kong, and other Returns special issue, Journal of Visual Culture (London, CA, New Delhi: Sage, 2007), v.6, n.3, ‘Editorial’ pp.330-332

Golden (Notes) (London: SPSL, 2007) artist book, 196pp, 180×180mm, full colour, contributors: Sonia Boyce, Mimi Lok, Joanne Morra, Irit Rogoff, Naomi Siderfin, Rob Stone, Gilane Tawadros

NEWS (London: SPSL, 2005) artist book, 32pp, 150mm x150mm full colour

Script

Altar Notes 2012, unpublished. Short play commissioned and produced as part of 2012-1997: Hong Kong Impressions, staged at Yuen Long Theatre, Hong Kong, 30 Nov-2 December 2012

Book Chapters & Journal Articles

Marquard Smith, Journeys, Documenting, Indexing, Archives and Practice-based Research: A Conversation with susan pui san lok, Art Journal, Winter 2006, v.65, n.4, pp.18-35

Translators’ Notes, essay in Mieke Bal & Joanne Morra eds,, ‘Acts of Translation’, special issue of Journal of Visual Culture (London, CA, New Delhi: Sage, 2006), v.6, n.1, pp.125-148

‘Outtakes’ essay in Dennis Atkinson & Paul Dash eds., Social and Critical Practices in Art Education (Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books, 2005, pp.103-116)

A – Y (Entries for an Inventionry…’, essay in David A. Bailey, Ian Baucom, Sonia Boyce eds., Shades of Black: Assembling Black Arts in 1980s Britain (London: Iniva, N. Carolina: Duke UP, 2005), pp.59-66; and Third Text, n.62, 2003, pp.63-70

Staging / Translating: Surname Viet Given Name Nam, essay, Third Text, n.46, 1999, pp.61-72

Visual Essays & Artist Pages

D/Eluding Definitions‘ in 30 Years of Centre for Contemporary Chinese Art (Manchester: CFCCA, 2016) pp.118-133

Six Women – Art Vapours with JC Kristensen, in Elisa Adami & Alessandra Ferrini eds, ‘In the Presence of Absence’, themed issue, Mnemoscape Magazine, www.mnemoscape.org (2015) n.2

Six Women – Art Vapours with JC Kristensen, in Elisa Adami & Alessandra Ferrini eds, ‘In the Presence of Absence’, themed issue, Mnemoscape Magazine, www.mnemoscape.org (2015) n.2

RoCH Fans & Legends (Entries) in Juliette Kristensen & Marquard Smith eds, Archives, a special issue of Journal of Visual Culture (London, CA, New Delhi: Sage, 2013), v.12, n.3

Making Ways in Raiford Guins, Juliette Kristensen & susan pui san lok eds, Ways of Seeing, a special issue of Journal of Visual Culture (London, CA, New Delhi: Sage, 2012), v.11, n.2, pp.196-204

‘Faster, Higher’ in Hilary Powell & Isaac Marrero-Guillamón eds., The Art of Dissent: Adventures in London’s Olympic State (London: Marshgate Press, 2012), pp.90-99

‘Faster, Higher’ documented in The BFI Gallery Book ed. Elisabetta Fabrizi, one of eighteen exhibitions presented at the Southbank venue between 2007 and 2010. (London: BFI, 2011) 296pp, full colour, pp.76-84

NEWS featured in Paperweight (London: Polygraphia, 2011) v.1, n.2

NEWS/ REEL featured in Melanie Keen & Eileen Daly eds. Necessary Journeys (London: Arts Council England, 2005)

Selected Reviews & Catalogue essays

‘Anthony Key’ exhibition catalogue essay for Anthony Key: From South China to South London (London: Unit 2 Gallery, 2006)

‘If You Were There’ exhibition catalogue essay, Mayling To: If You Were There (University of Hertfordshire: Margaret Harvey Gallery, 2005)

‘Inglorious Food’, exhibition catalogue essay, Anthony Key (Bristol: Eddie Chambers, 2002)

Erika Tan – PIDGIN: interrupted transmission, exhibition review, Third Text, n.59, 2002, pp.208-211

‘Trinh T. Minh-ha: Cinema Interval’, book review, Parallax, no.19, 2001, pp.128-130

Tailing TRACE/Y: The Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, exhibition review, Third Text, n.49, 1999, pp.101-104

Theses

‘A – Y: Of ‘British Chinese’ Art’, PhD thesis, 1997-2004, University of East London

‘Staging / Translating: Surname Viet Given Name Nam, MA thesis, 1996, University of Leeds