Field (2013/2016), 1300x150cm archival pigment print. Musée des Beaux Arts, Le Locle, Switzerland
The next 12 months will see the release of new material. To take stock of the last six years, the following publications are being released:

Interviews and texts I've contributed to books, magazines, journals, blogs and newspapers between 2010 and 2015, gathered in one PDF file and free to download here.

428-pages of redacted reviews, features, essays, portfolios and critiques of my work in the printed press. The dossier collates coverage between 2011 and 2016. Available to buy here and free to download here.
Field  Musée des Beaux Arts, Le Locle, Switzerland
18 June – 16 October 2016
An installation comprising a single 1300x150cm inkjet print of Wasson Oil Field in North Ward County, Texas, presented in a black support structure. The image is composed of hundreds of high-resolution satellite images digitally stitched together to depict a territory extending over 96km2 and consisting of 935 producing wells and 440 injecting wells. Curated by Nathalie Herschdorfer. [Link]

To coincide with Field, the Musée des Beaux-Arts has published Pouvez Vous Nous Parler ... (Could You Talk About ...) an extensive interview in French and English with writer and sociologist Joel Vacheron. Designed by Atelier Florence Chèvre and available to buy here. Download the English version here

Aerial Imagery in Print, 1860 to Today  MoMA, New York
14 June – 11 September, 2016
Dutch Landscapes presented in a group show examining the use of traditional publishing in cultivating a discourse around aerial imagery in the 20th and 21st centuries. Including work by Nadar, Marcel Duchamp and Man Ray, Kazimir Malevich, Frank Lloyd Wright, Sophie Ristelhueber, Miranda Maher, James Turrell, Lucy Helton, James Bridle and others. Curated by Jennifer Tobias [Link]

Was ist fotografie heute?  Pinakothek, Munich. Germany
30 September 2016 – 29 January 2017
An immersive installation of No Man's Land presented in a survey show. Curated by Inka Graeve-Ingelmann [Link]

Ed Ruscha Books & Co  Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, California
28 July – 9 September 2016
A number of my publications are included in a group show celebrating the influence of Ruscha's artist's books on the work of other artists [Link]

Watched! Surveillance Art and Photography in Europe After Nine-Eleven 
Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg, Sweden
27 May – 2 October 2016
No Man's Land presented in a group show with Jason E. Bowman, James Bridle, Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Tina Enghoff, Alberto Frigo, Marco Poloni, Meriç algún Ringborg, Ann-Sofi Sidén, and Hito Steyerl. Curated by Louise Wolthers, Dragana Vujanovic and Niclas Östlind [Link]

Touch the Sky: Art and Astronomy  Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, New York
29 April – 21 August 2016
Astronomical presented in a group show with Laura Battle, Michael Benson, Matthew Brandt, Vija Celmins, Caleb Charland, Chris McCaw, Linda Connor, Teresita Fernández, Nancy Graves, Sharon Harper, David Malin, Lisa Oppenheim, Thomas Ruff, Lewis M. Rutherfurd, Kiki Smith, Michelle Stuart, Mungo Thomson, and Penelope Umbrico. Curated by Mary-Kay Lombino [Link]


Musée Magazine, New York
"I've dropped too many hard-drives in my time [...] your relationship to permanence changes radically with each catastrophic memory failure." Interview with Andrea Blanch, July 2016 [Link]

New York Times
In an effort to depict the magnitude of the universe, the Belgian artist Mishka Henner made Astronomical, a scale model of the solar system in  the form of a 12-volume, 6,000-page artist book. With the sun on Page 1 and Pluto on Page 6,000, and the width of each page equivalent to a million kilometers in space, the work, completed in 2011, contains page after page of blackness. “When you finally come to a planet, it’s just a speck. In this context, it’s almost possible to get your head around it,” Ms. Lombino said, emphasizing the word “almost.” Seeing the Heavens With Paint, Pencil and Cocaine, Susan Hodara, 4 June 2016 [Link]

Documentum: Pictures & Words
The second issue of Documentum examines the serious play in the literary text-with-picture space happening in the Instagram arena. Guest edited by Kate Palmer Albers, Teju Cole, Colette LaBouff, John Pilson, Jeff Sharlet and Rebecca Norris Webb, the issue features work by Nilanjana Bhattacharjya, Wah-Ming Chang, Saudamini Deo, David Horvitz, Magda Kapa, Sita Kaylin, Naveen Naqvi, Alec Soth, Meera Subramanian and others [Link]

Forms of Formalism 
A project initiated at the Bauhaus University of Weimar, gathering contributions around the notion of form and its –ism and edited by Louis De Belle. The third book in the series features the works of Daniel Everett, Bas Princen and yours truly next to critical contributions by international architects and students [Link]


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