Scholarly writing

(2018) with Nick Shepherd and Dirk-Jan Visser, The Walking Seminar. Embodied Research Methodologies in emergent Anthropocene Landscapes. Amsterdam: On Air Press.

(2017) “The ‘Bigger Picture’: How the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the 2014 World Design Capital events conditioned Cape Town’s urban transformation”, Urban Forum.

(2017) “A Renaissance with Revenants: Images gathered from the Ruins of Cape Town’s Districts One and Six” in Laura McAtackney and Krysta Ryzewski (eds) Contemporary Archaeology and the City. Creativity, Ruination and Political Action. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

(2017) with Shepherd N. , ‘Reasoning, Emotioning, Dreaming. Introduction to the 2015 Cape Town Curatorial Residency‘ in Postamble 10.1.

(2017) “Truth as Historical Recapitulation. The Heritage of the Dead of Cape Town’s District One”, International Journal of Heritage Studies 23: 6

(2015) “The Ruins of Cape Town’s District Six”, Archaeologies 11: 342-371.

(2014) “Following the Ancestors: A Genealogy of Urban Design in Cape Town: 6 moments”, Archaeologies 10: 108-131.

(2007) With Nick Shepherd, “The World below: post-apartheid urban imaginaries and the bones of Prestwich Street dead,” in: N. Murray and N. Shepherd (eds.), Desire Lines. Space, memory and Identity in the post-apartheid city. London: Routledge

 

Other writing

(2017) with Nick Shepherd, “Goede Hoop na #RhodesMustFall, in NRC. C9

(2015) “Following the ancestors“, in Zahira Asmal and Ilze Wolff (eds.), Movement Cape Town. Cape Town: The City. 17-23.

(2013)  “A rural style room“, Domusweb.

(2012) With Dirk-Jan Visser, “The story of a Dutch farm”, in: Volume. 150-159.

(2012) “Changes costumes“, Domusweb.

(2012) “Shaping Memory in South Africa”, in Domus 958: 66-76.

(2012) With Joost Janmaat, “Open Coop: a manifesto about the people we have met”, in: Andrea Philips and Fulya Erdemci (eds.), Social housing: Art, property and spatial justice. Amsterdam: SKOR, Sternberg Press. 105-118.

(2011) “Hide and seek in suburbia”, in: Domus 951: 64-69.

(2011) Mokum; A guide to Amsterdam. Amsterdam: Archis.

(2010) With Andrea Brennen, “A memorial for Forgetting” in: Abitare 505: 27-37.

(2010) The Spontaneous City. Amsterdam: Bis.

(2010) With Edwin Gardner (eds.), “Microrayon Living. An inventory of user strategies“, a publication to the 2010 International Architectural Biennale Rotterdam.

(2010) With Joost Janmaat, Jans Possel and Willem Velthoven, Mediamatic Travel. Catalogue. Amsterdam: Mediamatic.

(2009) With Andrew Herscher and Edwin Gardner (eds,), “Love and Hate Atlas of Detroit“, an insert in: Volume 22.

(2009) With Toni Moceri (eds.), “Warren Special Report“, a supplement to: Volume 20.

(2009) Beyroutes. A guide to Beirut. Amsterdam: Archis.

(2008) With Joost Janmaat, “After post, ex, neo, end and re”, in Volume 16: 44-45.

(2008) “Archipelago. Interview with Hans Ulrich Obrist“, in Volume 15: 106-110.

(2008) With Malkit Shoshan, “Hotel Abkhazia. Accommodating the victims of Georgia’s past“, in: Abitare 480: 162-174.

(2007) With Malkit Shoshan, “Extreme Makeover. The reconstruction of post-Soviet Karabakh“, in: Volume 11: 56-61.

(2007)  With Nick Shepherd, “Urban imaginaries and memories of violence. Cape Town’s Prestwich Street” in: Volume 11: 138-141.