A text included in the catalog of “The Place for Socks,” an exhibition by Kain Picken at CONICAL in Melbourne. Kain is an Australian artist and co-founder of ffiXXed. The text looks at our increased movement between spaces, where “the endpoint of that movement is a human-space singularity as the spaces themselves remain the same, but our image of them converges.”
A short interview published in the December, 2012 issue of Weltkunst Magazine with Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto about his large scale suspended sculptures at Espace Louis Vuitton, Tokyo.
An article for Dwell Asia about the ’Reversible Destiny Lofts’ apartment complex in Mitaka, Tokyo, designed by conceptual artists Arakawa and Gins who claim the apartments have the ability to let their residents live forever.
From an interview with Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul about the jungles in his films Tropical Malady, Uncle Boonmee and his Primitive series. The interview took place in Tokyo in June, 2011 and printed in Issue 2 of Too Much: Magazine of Romantic Geography.
An article with Alin Huma about building, renovating and using a small space in Tokyo. The space Huma ran has now changed hands but he is producing a fashion reader under the same name. Published online by The Internetwork in November 2010.
Casual observations about how you see Tokyo while you walk through it. Published online by 3 News New Zealand as a opinion piece and printed in Acclaim Magazine in 2010.
Co-edited the first issue of TOO MUCH, featuring Japanese architecture unit SANAA, director Mike Mills, stylist Nicola Formichetti, Taro Hirano, a parasite magazine by Abake, and architecture critic Taro Igarashi on ‘Gigantic Architecture by Japanese Sects.’