Theo Reeves-Evison

Theo Reeves-Evison



Book Chapter: ‘Litterfall’, in: Speculative Nature Writing, edited by Hetty Saunders and Jos Smith (Cornwall: Guillemot Press, 2023)


Catalogue Essay: ‘Eukaryotic’, in A Glossary of Water: Catalogue for the 23rd Biennial of Sydney, ed. by José Roca and Juan Francisco Salazar (Biennial of Sydney: 2022)


Journal Article: ‘The Art of Disciplined Imagination: Prediction, Scenarios, and Other Speculative Infrastructures’, Critical Inquiry, vol. 47, no. 4 (summer 2021)

Catalogue Essay: Free Range / Born Slippy, in Joey Holder: Abyssal Seeker (Seventeen Gallery, April-May 2021)


Journal Article (with Josh Bowsher): ‘On Capital’s Watch: Derivative Ecology and the Temporal Logic of Biodiversity Credits.’ New Formations issue 99, 2020. 
Book: After Transgression: Ethics of Contemporary Art (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020)

Catalogue Essay: ‘Walking on numbers’, in Liquid Land­scapes: What if the Ground Under Your Feet Cannot be Trusted? (forthcoming, 2020)


Book Chapter: ‘On Freud's Trieb, in Reading the Écrits – A Guide to Lacan’s Work, 3 vols, ed. by Derek Hook, Calum Neill and Stijn Vanheule (London: Routledge, 2018)


Edited Book: Fiction As Method, ed. by Theo Reeves-Evison and Jon K. Shaw (Berlin: Sternberg, 2017)

Book Chapter: ‘Surface Fictions’, in Futures and Fictions, ed. by Henriette Gunkel, Ayesha Hameed and Simon O’Sullivan (London: Repeater, 2017)


Journal Article: ‘After Transgression: Ethics Under a Different Master,Contours: Journal of the Institute of the Humanities, issue 4, Spring 2014

Book Review: ‘Internal Exiles’ in Politics by Other Means: Selected Criticism from Review 31, ed. by Houman Barekat and Alison Hugill (Alresford: Zero, 2014)