Shhh...! In search of the White Cube’s soundtrack


in Weibel, P. (ed.) (2020). Sound Art. Sound as a Medium of Art. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/sound-art





Wie der Klang den Glaskasten eroberte: Zur Ausstellbarkeit von Klangkunst


in Elben, G. (ed.) (2019). Marler Medienkunst-Preise 2018. Cologne: Wienand
http://www.wienand-verlag.de/titel/Marler-Medienkunst-Preis-2018.asp



Staging the Kinetic: How music automata sensitise audiences to sound art


in Organised Sound (2018).
https://cambridge.org/core/journals/organised-sound/article/staging-the-kinetic-how-music-automata-sensitise-audiences-to-sound-art


Explorative Listening: A phenomenological approach to sounding artworks at museums


in Leonardo Electronic Almanac (2018).
https://www.leoalmanac.org/explorative-listening-a-phenomenological-approach-to-sounding-artworks-at-museums-linnea-semmerling/


Sing a song: Gedurfde geluidskunst


in Metropolis M, No.5, 2017.



Samson Young: Hearing is a condition that we aspire to


in Metropolis M, No. 2, 2017.



What color is this sound?


on Metropolis M Website, November 12, 2015.
http://www.metropolism.com/nl/reviews/23986_what_color_is_this_sound


Ryoji Ikeda: micro | macro


in Kunstforum International (2015).
https://www.kunstforum.de/lesen/artikel.aspx?a=237105&z=lex&page=    
       

Living Perspective: A phenomenological investigation of landscape in painting and cartography


in Gehring, U. and P. Weibel (eds) (2014) Mapping Spaces. Networks of Knowledge in 17th Century Landscape Painting. Munich: Hirmer.
http://www.hirmerverlag.de/de/titel-1-1/mapping_spaces-1067/