Journal Articles:

  • “Tracing the Multiplane: Toward a Genealogy of Animation Apparatuses” Journal of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (Forthcoming).
  • “Homeworkers: Independent Animation and the Feminization of Creative Labor, 1970-1990,” Feminist Media Histories (Summer 2021). Link Here.
  • “Ėsfir’ Shub on Women in the Editing Room,” Apparatus, No. 6 (Summer 2018), open access. Link here.
  • “Perceptual Cells: James Turrell’s Vision Machines Between Two Paracinemas,” Leonardo Journal, 49.4 (2016, Special SIGGRAPH Issue):  306 – 316. Link Here.
  • “Assembling Movement: Scientific Motion Analysis and Studio Animation Practice,” Discourse, 37.3 (Fall 2015): 269 – 297. Link Here.
  • “Anticipation of Contact: Pina 3D and Stereoscopic Cinematography.” PUBLIC: Art, Culture, Ideas, 47 (Spring 2013): 174-185. Link Here.
  • “A National Filmmaking without a Home: Home and Displacement in the work of Amir Naderi.” Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, 31. 2 (Fall 2011): 474-486.
  • “Anthologizing ‘Davandeh’ (The Runner).” Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 27.5 (Fall 2010): 358-359.
  • “At a Loss for Words: Televisual Liveness and Corporeal Interruption.” Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism, 24.4 (Spring 2010): 117-134.

Book Chapters:

  • “A Skillful Isis: Esfir Shub and the Feminization of Film Editing,” in New Studies in Documentary Film, ed. Joshua Malitsky (Wiley-Blackwell, 2021). Link to press page here.
  • “Twenty Four Signatures per Second: Direct Animation and Gestural Repetition,” in Process Cinema: Handmade Film in the Digital Age, Ed. Janine Marchessault and Scott MacKenzie (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019): 21-39. Link to press page here.
  • “Independent Animators and the Artisanal Mode, 1949-1989,” in Animation, Ed. Scott Curtis (Rutgers, 2019): 103-130. Link Here.
  • “Trade Tattoos: Len Lye’s Animation Stencils and Programmed Movement,” in The Long Dream of Waking: New Perspectives on Len Lye, Ed. Paul Brobbel. (Auckland: Canterbury University Press, 2017): 184- 203. Link Here.
  • “Comics (as) Journalism: Teaching Joe Sacco’s Palestine to Media Students” [Co-authored with Sarah Henstra], in Critical Approaches to Teaching Graphic Narratives, Ed. Lan Dong. (McFarland, 2012): 243-260. Link Here.
  • “Ghosts in the Machine: The Body in Digital Animation,” in Popular Ghosts: The Haunted Spaces of Everyday Culture, Ed. Esther Peeren and Maria del Pilar Blanco. London: Continuum (2010): 225-238. Link Here.

Exhibition and Catalog Essays:

  • “Lens on Lye: Turn on, Turn in” (Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, 2020). Link here.
  • “Robert Breer’s Blazes: Animation on Fire” (Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, 2018). Link here.
  • “Spotlight on Len Lye’s Filmmaking Tools: The Stencil” (Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, 2017). Link here.
  • “How the Sausage Gets Made: Recent works by Weronika Stepien and Stephen Wichuk” (Grunt Gallery, Vancouver, 2016). Link to exhibition page.
  • “Oskar Fischinger’s Wax Experiments” for Defining Experimental Animation film exhibition (Cinema Borealist, Chicago, 2013). Link to post.