Reviews and Interviews

Suttcliffe, Jamie, "Medieval-City One", Frieze, 2017
Hoyle, Sophie, "Psychiatry + The State According to Josh Bitelli + Pil and Galia Kollectiv", AQNB, 2016
O'Kane Paul, "The News Is That The News From Here Is Worse Than ‘The End Of The World’", 2016
Jeppesen, Travis, "Critics' Picks: Pil and Galia Kollectiv", Artforum, 2016
Ellmer, Thomas, "Pil and Galia Kollectiv", This is Tomorrow, 2016
Lena Brüggemann, Interview: Pil and Galia Kollectiv, in: D21 Publication - Search Routines: Tales of Databases, 2015
Thorp, Eric, "Talk, So I Can See You", FAD Magazine, 2015
Reisz, Matthew, Red Tape’s True Role, and How to Cut Free of It, Times Higher Education, 2015
Prince, Rob, MIRROR CITY AT THE HAYWARD, Artlyst, 2014
MIRRORCITY: London Artists on Fiction and Reality
, Planned Violence, 2014
Musson, Karl, Mirrorcity, This is Tomorrow, 2014
Watton, Isla, What happens when fiction meets reality? Mirrorcity – London Artists on Fiction and Reality, The London Economic, 2014
Dickinson, Bob, "North-West Round Up", Art Monthly, 2014
Healy, Luke, "Interview: Pil and Galia Kollectiv", Corridor 8, 2014
Clark, Robert, "Radical Conservatism", The Guardian, 2013
Emery, Tom, "Exhibition: Radical Conservatism at Castlefield Gallery", Tusk Journal, 2013
Sumner, Emma, "Review of Radical Conservatism at Castlefield Gallery Manchester", Aesthetica, 2013
Harding, Polly Checkland, "Art gets political: Radical Conservatism at Castlefield Gallery", Creative Tourist, 2013
Velvick, Lauren, "Radical Conservatism - Reviewed", The Double Negative, 2013
Burrows, Wayne,Terminal Equilibrium, Left Lion, 2013
Groenen Manus,There Was a Country Where They Were All Thieves, Art Slant, 2012
Purcell, Chantelle May, "SPOTLIGHT: THERE IS NOT AND NEVER HAS BEEN ANYTHING TO UNDERSTAND! ASC GALLERY", South London Art Map, 2012
Vishmidt, Marina, "Everyone Has a Business Inside Them", Mute, 2012
Fagan, C. James,"Glamourie", Confused Guff, 2012
Cuahonte, Maria Eugenia Rojas, "All I Can See is the Management", a-n Magazine, 2012
Levi, Nathalie, "All I Can See is the Management, Gasworks", 2012
Sheerin, Mike, Gasworks takes a long look management culture with extensive video-based show, Culture24, 2011
"All I Can See is the Great Exhibition: Thoughts on Management by Gasworks", The Magnificent Something, 2011
Gasworks Gallery | All I Can See Is The Management”, London Grind, 2011
Chtena, Natascha, "All I Can See Is The Management", Idol Magazine, 2011
Schneider, Anja Isabel, "All I Can See is the Management", Kaleidoscope, 2011
Boko, Annabelle, Chance Encounters #1: Pil and Galia Kollectiv, Operatoranna, 2011
Miyakoshi, Yuko, "CROSS COUNTER TOKYO 2011", Shift, 2011
Geldard, Rebecca, The Long Avant Garde, Timeout, 2011
Rogers, Kitty, Utopia Ltd., Paper Visual Art Journal, 2011
Hansen, Rikke, "Asparagus: A Horticultural Ballet", Antennae, Issue 17, Summer 2011
Fishman, Katherine,"This is Not a Performance or a Lecture!", a-n Magazine, 2011
Durand, Jean-Marie,"L'un et le Multiple", Les Inrockuptibles, 2011
Hurrell, John,"Satirical documentary & filmed performance", EyeContact, 2010
Burrows, David, "Performance Fictions", Mute, 2010
Bartlett, Vanessa, "Liverpool Biennial", Ideas Tap, 2010
Pinnington, Mike, "Royal Standard's Biennial Show", Seven Streets, 2010
Tuck, Mike, "TestBed 1", ArtSlant, 2010
Sheerin, Mark, "On the Mersey Beat: Liverpool Biennial 2010", Culture24, 2010
Cleland, Stephen, "London artists visit Auckland", 2010
Kessler, Dana, "Display Only", Ha'Ir, 2009
Sherwin, Skye, "Exhibitionist: The best art shows to see this week",The Guardian, 2009
Shefi, Semadar, “Nice, Pleasant Art”, City Mouse, 2009
Amir, Yonatan, "Monument for the Crimes of the Future", Maarav, 2009
Herbert, Martin, "Ventriloquist", Timeout, 2008
Mulholland, Neil, "Masters of Ceremonies", The Open Eye Club, Tramway, 2008
Soutar, Ian, "Xex-Rated Operatics",The Sheffield Telegraph, 2008
Clark, Robert, "Pil & Galia Kollectiv", The Guardian, 2008
Coburn, Tyler, "Viva Svetlana!", Rhizome, 2008
Duggan, Tom, “Life Is Interesting... When You’re Furious”, a-n Magazine, 2008
Charlesworth, J. J., "Any Other But Ourselves", Mute, 2008
"London Performs", Art Monthly, 2008
Hopwood, Alasdair, "The Institute of Psychoplasmics", Art Review, 2008
Russell, Niki, "The Institute of Psychoplasmics", a-n Magazine, 2008
MacGilp, Ali, "The Institute of Psychoplasmics", EXIT Magazine, 2008
Glass, Kirstin, "Pil and Galia Kollectiv", Art&Music, 2008
Geldard, Rebecca "Top Ten London Shows This Month", Saatchi Online, 2008
"The Sensible Stage", More Milk Yvette, 2008
"Die Tödliche Doris + Pil & Galia Kollectiv", The Wire, 2007
O'Reilly, Sally, "Things Fall Apart", Frieze, 2007
Pitchon, Avi, "Pil and Galia Kollectiv - Asparagus: A Horticultural Ballet", Studio, 2007
Griffin, Jonathan, "Asparagus: A Horticultural Ballet", Frieze, 2007
Bottenberg, Rupert, "Food for Thought", Montreal Mirror, 2007
Hunt, Ian "Profile: Pil and Galia Kollectiv" (part 1/2/3) , Art Monthly, 2007
Sumpter, Helen, "Pil and Galia Kollectiv", Timeout, 2007
Coburn, Tyler, "London Underground: Gen Next Rumblings on Her Majesty's Isle", 2007
Shariatmadari, David, "Take Over: Artist Residencies Programme At Pump House Gallery", Artvehicle, 2007
Fleckney, Paul,"An Asparagus Ballet?", Your Local Guardian, 2007
Collings, Matthew, “Mocking Form”, Modern Painters, Tate, London, 2006
Lack, Jessica, "Private Little Governments", The Guardian, 2006
Kerek, Rowan, "DaDaDa: Strategies Against Marketecture", BBC Collective, 2004

Catalogues

Christ, Hans D. and Dressler, Iris [eds.], Politics of Form, Wuertembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart: Spector Books, 2016
Office Space, Yerba Buence Centre for the Arts, San Francisco, 2015
Signal & Noise X, Vancouver: Publication Studio, 2010
The Sensible Stage, Bath: Media Art Bath, 2008
The Showroom Annual 2006/7, London: The Showroom, 2008
The Institute of Psychoplasmics, London: Pump House Gallery, 2008
Pil and Galia Kollectiv - Asparagus: A Horticultural Ballet
, London: The Showroom, 2007
Modern Lovers, London, 2006 (also editors)
Little Private Governments, Colchester: University of Essex Gallery, 2006
Wideshut, Manchester: Castlefield Gallery, 2005
Grey Goo, London: Flaca, 2004
Strategies Against Marketecture, London, 2004 (also editors)
Wonderyears, Berlin: NGBK, 2002
Carbona, Tel Aviv, 2002 (also editors)
Critical Home Video, Quebec: Chambre Blanche, 2003
1st Videozone Biennial, Tel Aviv: 2003
9th Biennale de l’image en Mouvement, Geneva: Centre Pour L’Image Contemporaine,     2001.

Other Publications

Wickstead, Helen, "Another Proof of the Preceding Theory: Film, Materialities and Stonehenge", in: Art and Archaeology: Collaborations, Conversations, Criticisms
[Ian Alden Russell, Andrew Cochrane eds.], New York, NY: Springer, 2013
"Against Human Nature", in: Umelec Magazine, London: Divus, The American Issue, 2012
"RETRO/NECRO: From Beyond the Grave of the Politics of Re-Enactment", in: Memory [Ian Farr- ed.], Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, also published in: Art Papers, Atlanta, GA, 2007
The Divided Stage: Splitting the Dialectics of Performance”, in: The Sensible Stage: Staging and the Moving Image [Bridget Crone – ed.], Bristol: Picture This, 2012
“The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction”, in: Fifty Key Texts, London: Routledge, 2012
“In Place of the Smashed State Machine”, in: State of Emergence [Alexei Monroe - ed.], Ploettner Verlag anad Poison Cabinet Press, 2011
"In Defence of the Image: Structuralist Film and Brice Dellsperger’s Cinema of Re-enchantment", Benedictions, Issue 1: 'Ciao Peter Gidal', London, 2011
"Seth Siegelaub: Exhibitions, 2069 - Collection of paintings from the Museum of American Art in Berlin", Out of a Stone, London, 2011
"Belief", Useless Magazine, Issue 10, 2011
Pooke, Grant, Contemporary British Art: An Introduction, London: Routledge, 2010
“Co-Operative Explanatory Capabilities in Organizational Design and Personnel Management”, Vertigo of the Modern, London, and Sacrifice Press, Portland, OR, 2010
Transmission: Host - Pil & Galia Kollectiv, Artwords Press, 2009
The Future is Here”,in: Noble, Richard [ed.], Utopias, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2009, also published in: Miser & Now, issue 2, London, 2004
"Real Enough for You?", Catalogue essay for Heidi Schaeffer: Old Wars New Wars, Leeds Met Gallery, 2009
Wrongteous,
Sunderland: Art Editions North, 2008
Pilot:3, London: Doubleplusgood, 2008
"Archiving the Future: Unpacking Benjamin's Collection", Coelacanth Journal, London: The Coelacanth Press, 2008
"The Life of Objects", Basement Newspaper: Out of Place Day to Day, Amsterdam: De Kunstvlaai A.P.I., 2008
"In Praise of Yachts", The Irresistible Force, London: Tate, 2007
Kitchen Sink Revolutionaries” reproduced in: Vykoukal, Monika, “Artist-culture and the spirit of capitalism: The Showroom Conference “, Springerin, Vienna, August 2006
Notes Towards the Scientific Understanding of an Enlightened Xenulogy, Concerning the Recent Discovery of the MARSH Archives”, Lynne Marsh: Volcano, Platform, London, 2006
Pilot:2, London: Doubleplusgood, 2006
Purescreen DVD 1, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, 2005
Beyond the Leisure Principle”, Miser & Now, issue 4, London, 2005
Intifada Offspring DVD, Mille Plateux, Frankfurt Am Main, 2004
Pilot:1, London: Doubleplusgood, 2004
Plastic Surgery”, Miser & Now, issue 3, London, 2004
Israel“, Chicks on Speed: It’s a Project!, London: Booth-Clibborn Editions, 2004