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Chapter: “Resensitizing Urban Waterways and Their Publics: Ecological Art in the Built and Unplanned Environment in the work of Mare Liberum,” co-author with Kendra Sullivan and Sunita Prasad, in A Landscape Approach: From Local Communities to Territorial Systems, eds. McCartney, Vangjeli, et. al., 2022

Feature: Unlikely Attractions – in “Cleaning Up” – Urban Omnibus, 2021

Chapter: “Like Driving at Night: A Process-Based, Learner-Centered Approach to Teaching Artistic Research Across Disciplines.” Co-author with Jen Mazza, in Teaching Artistic Research, eds. Richard Jochum and Ruth Matteus-Berr, de Gruyter, 2020

An interview with Katherine McLeod on Mare Liberum for the “Land” issue of C Magazine, 2017

A micro-essay for Marina Zurkow’s “A Guide to the Harmonized System” (Punctum Books) for More & More at Bitforms Gallery, NY, 2016

Shelley on the Spey, photo essay with Kendra Sullivan for the Bothy Project, Scotland, UK, 2016

Pirate Playgrounds and Marginal Utopias, in Radical Seafaring, Parrish Art Museum, edited by Andrea Grover, 2016

Growth, Loss, and Digging In, essay for Sunview Luncheonette / Utopia School Reader, 2015/6

AiOP Thinker in Residence: Of Memory and Legibility on 14th Street, Art in Odd Places, NYC, 2015

Networked Monumental: Some conditions of working in public, online and IRL, Rutledge Public Art Dialogue, edited by Harriet Senie and John Craig Freeman, 2014

The Internet at the End of Time: Recent Artist Projects and the Attention Economy, Hunter College, Integrated Media Arts Seminar, 2011

Respectable Craft: On Trash Boatbuilding and Alchemical Pedagogies, Journal of Radical Shimming/Red76, 2007/10/13

Workers Leaving the Museum, 2012


CAS Resident Profile: Dylan Gauthier, Contemporary Art Stavanger, Norway, 2016

James Voorhies, Bureau for Open Culture at the Alternative Art School Fair for Clocktower Radio

Geir Haraldseth, Sommerskolen, at the Alternative Art School Fair for Clocktower Radio

CB Radio, Season 1 Episode 9: Dylan Gauthier (interviewed with Nancy Nowacek), Clocktower Radio

Workspace Series #2: Dylan Gauthier (interviewed by Natalie Conn)

Q&A with Curators of AiOP 2014, Art in Odd Places, NYC, 2014

Planning the Unplanned, with Daniel Campo, Urban Omnibus, November 12, 2014

Books & Booklets

Between Spaces/Beyond Species, 2020 (132 pages, offset/perfect bound), with contributions by Kendra Sullivan and Peter McMahon, Cape Cod Modern House Trust, published by Punctum Books.

Ecotopian Toolkit, 2019, with Marina Zurkow and Kendra Sullivan, edited by Bethany Wiggan, Penn Program in Environmental Humanities

Upstream Transmission: Newtown Creek as Afterimage, 2018 (48 pages, color & risograph), Sunview Letters

Aqueous Earth (link: Printed Matter), edited by Kari Conte, 2016, International Studio & Curatorial Program

Downstream Transmission, 2016 (48 pages, risograph), Brandywine River Museum of Art

Emptyfull #1, #2, #3 & #4, #5, #6, 2014 (self-published photobook)

Between spaces, 2014 (self-published photobook)

Seven Seas Mariner, 2012 (self-published photobook with text by Joseph Conrad)