Kate Mondloch



A Capsule Aesthetic: Feminist Materialisms in New Media Art (University of Minnesota Press, 2018).

Reviews of A Capsule Aesthetic: Theory & Event, Critique d’art, ARLIS, Neural, Choice.

Screens: Viewing Media Installation Art (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2010). Vol. 30 in Electronic Mediations series; Katherine Hayles, Samuel Weber, and Mark Poster, eds.

Reviews of Screens: Art Journal, Cinema Journal, Neural, Oxford Art Journal, New Cinemas, Rhizome, The Moving Image, Afterimage, Arts Libraries Society of North America, Blur+Sharpen KCET, Choice, Perspective.
Reprints of Screens: “Interface Matters: Screen-Reliant Installation Art,” in Omar Kholeif, ed., Moving Image Documents of Contemporary Art (Whitechapel Gallery and MIT Press, 2015).


Installation Archive: A Capsule Aesthetic Scalar multimedia publication, Fall 2017 (USC Institute for Networking Visual Culture)


“Screen Buddha” in Staging the Body in Video Installation (La dimension scénique de l’image video)(University of Paris 1, Sorbonne University and Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume), ed. Mathilde Roman (Paris: Editions Mimesis, 2017)

“Seeing Ourselves Seeing Ourselves Seeing,” in Post-Screen: Intermittence + Interference (Lisbon: University of Lisbon scholarly press, 2016), pp. 54-62.

Femina ex Machina: Philomène Longpré’s Interactive Video Systems in Full Bloom,” Philomène Longpré: Matrix of Sensations, ed. Christine Redfern (Montreal: Ellephant Press and Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec), 2016: 26-37.

“Pipilotti Rist: The Medium is the Eyeball Massage” in Francois Bovier and Adeena Mey, eds., Exhibiting the Moving Image (Zurich: JRP/Ringier, 2015).

Foreword to Abstract Video: The Moving Image in Contemporary Art, Gabrielle Jennings, ed. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2015).

“Cyberfeminism” and “Digital Installation Art” in Marie-Laure Ryan,Lori Emerson and Benjamin Robertson, eds., The Johns Hopkins Guide to Digital Media (Johns Hopkins University Press: 2014).

“The Matter of Illusionism” in Tamara Trodd, ed, Screen/Space: The Projected Image in Contemporary Art (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2011): 73-90.


Unbecoming Human,” Lady Justice feature, New Criticals, Tamsyn Gilbert and Phillip Kalantzis-Cope (New School for Social Research), eds., December 2017, np (electronic publication).

“Castings,” in Site Projects, exhibition catalog, ed. Scott Malbaurn (Ashland, Oregon: Schneider Museum of Art, 2017), pp. 29-32.

“Wave of the Future? Reconsidering the Neuroscientific Turn in Art History,” Leonardo 49, 1 (Winter 2016): 25-31.

“Mirror Mirror,” Millennium Film Journal 58, 1 (Fall 2013): 136-141.

“The Difference Problem: Art History and the Critical Legacy of Eighties Theoretical Feminism,” Art Journal 71, 2 (Summer 2012): 18-31.

“Pour Your Body Out: On Visual and Other Pleasures in Pipilotti Rist,” Feminist Media Studies 10, 2 (Spring 2010): 231-236.

“Viewing Time,” Scan: Journal of Media Arts 7, 1 (April – May 2010)

“Verb List Compilation for Three Artists: Jane Aaron, Lauren Kalman, Mark Hursty,” in Elusive Matter (exhibition catalog), Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, OR, 2009

“The Way Things Work,” in Call + Response (exhibition catalog), Namita Wiggers, ed., Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, OR, 2009

“Be Here (and There) Now: The Spatial Dynamics of Screen-Reliant Installation Art,” Art Journal 3 (Fall 2007): 20-33

“Not Just A Window: Reflections on the Media Screen,” Vectors: Journal of Culture and Technology 3 (Spring 2006)

“A Symphony of Sensations in the Spectator: Le Corbusier’s Poeme electronique and the Historicization of New Media Art,” Leonardo 37 (February 2004): 57-62


“An Aesthetics for the Digital: From Point to Pixel: A Genealogy of Digital Aesthetics,” Art Bulletin 100, 2 (June 2018)

“Making Northwest Modern: Northwest Modern: Revisiting the Ceramics Exhibitions of 1950-64 (Museum of Contemporary Craft),” Journal of Modern Craft (Fall 2012): 342-346

“Placing Artists’ Cinema: Maeve Connolly’s The Place of Artists’ Cinema,” Jump Cut 52 (Summer 2010)

“How Deep is Flat?: Gunther Selichar’s Mediated Vision / Wie Tief Ist Flach?: Gunther Selichar: Media Machines,” Eikon (March 2007): 79-81

“Think Again: Digital Media Revisited,” Art Journal 63 (Summer 2004): 98-100

“CTRL[SPACE]: Rhetorics of Surveillance from Bentham to Big Brother,” CAA.Reviews (November 2002)

“Reloading Cyberfeminism: Reload: Rethinking Women and Cyberculture,” Afterimage 30 (July-August 2002): 19-20

“James Welling: Photographs 1974-1999 at MOCA,” Tema Celeste (September-October 2001)

“Rona Pondick at Patricia Faure,” Tema Celeste (July-August 2001)

“Lev Manovich’s The Language of New Media,” CAA.Reviews (August 2001) Expanded version published as “What is (are) New Media?,” Resources in Cyberculture Studies (August 2001)

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