I currently do freelance writing for a Cape Town based gallery, introducing viewers to artists works through short introductory texts. Other published writing projects include the following:
Authored Texts (Select bibliography)
2019 ‘Mode of Mutuality: Io Makandal’s “Life in the Entropics”’ArtThrob Review, August 15, 2019, Online.
2019 ‘Listening in the Darkness’ exhibition catalogue text for Mia Thom’s solo exhibition, Invisible Motifs, held at Cape Town School of Photography, South Africa.
2019 ‘In conversation with Usha Seejarim and Lungiswa Gqunta’ The Art Momentum, Cape Town Art Fair Artpaper (French version available).
2018 ‘Set User’ introductory exhibition text for Asha Zero’s solo exhibition, March 2018, SMAC Gallery Johannesburg.
2018 ‘The Quiet Wild’ in Art Africa Magazine, July 2018, online.
2017 ‘-arium: Interview with Jaco van Schalkwyk’ in ArtThrob, 3 October 2017, (Contemporary South African Arts journal online: www.artthrob.co.za).
2016 ‘Cyrus Kabiru: Yesterday’s Futures Today’ essay for SMAC booth at Armoury show, March 2016, by Natasha Norman and Annemi Conradie. Excerpts republished in Musée d’Art Contemporain Africain Al Maaden Museum catalogue ‘Material Insanity’(2019) and Ma-Musei Africano in Verona Museum catalogue for the 39th Festival of African Cinema (2019).
2015 ‘The Complexity of Beauty: Lakin Ogunbanwo’s fashion photography is about telling stories’ in Ogojiii Issue 3 p70-76.
2015 ‘Of Silver and Savages: Cinga Samson and Andrew Gilbert at Blank Projects’ exhibition review by Natasha Norman and Annemi Conradie in ArtThrob online 21 September, 2015.
2015 ‘Trek: Stepping into Continental Exchange’ exhibition review by Natasha Norman and Annemi Conradie in Art Africa, September 2015, issue 1: p164-167
2015 ‘Slow Violence: An Exhibition Review’ by Natasha Norman and Annemi Conradie in Art South Africa, online. 13 August, 2015.
2015 ‘Tracing the Real and the Incongruent Realities in an Archive of the Contemporary’, catalogue essay by Natasha Norman and Annemi Conradie for Wikus de Wet, Twenty Journey exhibition at Commune 1 Gallery, Cape Town, curated by Khanyisile Mbongwa
2014 We’re Fated to Pretend catalogue essay for Athi-Patra Ruga’s Future White Women of Azania (June 2014) Whatiftheworld Gallery, Cape Town
2014 ‘He Examines a Blade of Grass, or Portrait of a City’ in Thomas Cartwright’s 36 views of Table Mountain Everard Read Gallery, Cape Town
2013 ‘Taking the Road Less Travelled’ in Third Text vol 27 issue 3 Special Issue: The Art of Change in South Africa. Taylor and Francis.
2012 ‘Michaelis Graduates aim to change the world’ in A Portrait of a Young Artist Series: Revolution? Art.co.za (online arts blog).
2012 Dictation: The White Owl catalogue essay for Kirsten Lilford solo exhibition at Salon 91 Gallery, Cape Town (October 2012).
2012 ‘Challenging Perceptions: ‘Retinal Shift’ and ‘Making Way’ - two exhibitions at the 2012 Grahamstown Festival.’ ArtThrob (Contemporary South African Arts journal online: www.artthrob.co.za).
2012 In the Foxholes of History catalogue essay and captions for the NOT MY WAR exhibition curated by David Brits at the Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town (June 2012).
2012 ‘Messages in the Painted Process’ ArtThrob (Contemporary South African Arts journal online: www.artthrob.co.za).
2010 ‘Time On Our Hands Review’ ArtThrob (Contemporary South African Arts journal online: www.artthrob.co.za).
2005 ‘A Fantastic Review’ Monday Paper 24(14): 6
You can source texts through my academia.edu profile or the contact form on this website.