· At Interface, Quay Quinn Wolf’s Art Imitations Imitation of Life (KQED Arts)
· A Caribbean Present Steeped in a Colonial Past (Hyperallergic)
· Sadie Barnette’s Homage to Her Father and the First Black-Owned Gay Bar in San Francisco (Hyperallergic)
· 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)
· 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)