An apology (Burning House Press)
A Close Reading of Slave Play Interrogates the Burden of Interracial Trauma (Hyperallergic)
Kathleen Bomani + Zoé Samudzi (New Life Quarterly)
I have rarely seen a people pray as much as Haitians do (Africa Is A Country)
On the racism of Max Siedentopf’s “Africa Forever”
Getting Closer (New Life Quarterly, issue 3)
The Holocaust Analogy (Verso)
Timidity Troubles the Witch Hunt (Open Space)
Leni Riefenstahl, The Master (arts.black)
The Masters (New Life Quarterly, issue 2)
An Allegory for Freedom (Africa Is A Country)

In Conversation with Zoé Samudzi: Blackness as a State of Matter (Contemporary And)

March-December 2018: Residency at the Ashara Ekundayo Gallery (Oakland, CA)

June 2017-June 2018: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) Fellows Program, Public Imagination cohort (San Francisco, CA)

Public Lectures/Presentations
June 2018
"Brutal Intimacies": in conversation with Ja'Tovia Gary and Jessica Lynn Bias about Black feminist intimacies and creative relationships to and treatments of violence
(Medium Tings; Brooklyn, New York)

March 2018
"We Who are Not the Same Exercise #1": a conversation with Yewande Omotoso, Elena Agudio, and Clare Heuchan, with a performative intervention by Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons (Savvy Contemporary Gallery; Berlin, Germany)

November 2018
Elemental (Ashara Ekundayo Gallery; Oakland, California)

June 2018
YBCA Public Square (Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; San Francisco, California)