Essay as a part of Half-Life, a collaboration between e-flux Architecture and the Art Institute of Chicago within the context of its exhibition “Static Range” by Himali Singh Soin
Text by Raqs, published in Curatography, Issue 2, Curators Living Rooms, Curating Asia International, 2021
Text by Raqs, published in “Slow Reader: A Resource for Design Thinking and Practice”, 2021
Text by Raqs, published in the Nordic Journal of Aesthetics, Vol. 30 No. 61-62 (2021): The Changing Ontology of the Image
Text by Raqs, published in The Collections Book, Thyssen Bornemisza Art Contemporary
Text by Raqs (and extracts from essays), in the first publication accompanying “Afterglow”, Yokohama Triennale 2020, curated by Raqs Media Collective
Text by Raqs, published in Routledge Companion to Art in the Public Realm, editors Cameron Cartiere + Leon Tan, 2021
Text by Raqs, published by the Goethe Institut, 2020
Text by Raqs, for Untranslatable Terms of Cultural Practices: A Shared Vocabulary, 2021
Text by Natasha Eaton, on Raqs’s work. Published in Third Text online Forum: Decolonial Imaginaire
Interview with Raqs by Melissa Karmen Lee, published in ASAP/Journal vol. 3.2, 2018
Text by Raqs, published as a monograph for “The Contemporary Condition” series, series editors Geoff Cox + Jacob Lund, 2017
Interview with Maya Kóvskaya
An Ephemeris, Corrected for the Longitudes of Tomorrow: Speculations on the Orbit and Motion of Objects and Processes in Contemporary Art, today, and tomorrow.
Text by Raqs. Published in Art History in the Wake of the Global Turn. Editors Jill H. Casid + Aruna D’ Souza. Clark Studies in the Visual Arts, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown & Yale University Press, 2014
A history of infinity and some fresh catastrophes: On Raqs Media Collective’s The Capital of Accumulation
Text by Cuauhtémoc Medina, eflux journal #38
In Rewriting On the Wall, hand-prints are reconfigured to produce an alphabet of gestures—each a gloss of the letters in standard American Sign Language as used by deaf and mute people. The letters add up to a text (which accompanies the work): a stammering, hesitant, syntactically unsure consideration (written by a hand that appears on the wall like the hand that wrote on the wall in the episode of Belshazzar’s feast in the Old Testament) of the relationship between ‘I’ and ‘We’ and the horizon that encompasses singular and plural modes of being.
Published in conjunction with the exhibition Surjection by Raqs Media Collective of New Delhi, held at the Art Gallery of York University from 22 September through 4 December, 2011, and curated by Philip Monk.
Within the Flux of the Contemporary. Parul Dave Mukherjee in conversation with Raqs Media Collective
Published in Gimme Shelter: Global Discourses in Aesthetics, editors: Jos de Mul + Renée van de Vali, 2011