Let It Decay: Cultural Precarity in the Anthropocene
Christopher Lee Kennedy, Miami Rail, Spring 2017

A New Postindustrial Nature: Remembering the Wild Waterfront of Hunters Point
Daniel Campo, Streetnotes, Volume 25: Between Spectacle and Resistance, 2016

Infinite upon infinite: New York City in maps
Nathan Kensinger, Curbed NY, October 13, 2016

Queens’s ‘unmanaged’ waterfront wildlife chronicled at Queens Museum
Tanay Warerkar, Curbed NY, October 10, 2016

Empathy For Place
Edrex Fontanilla and Sarah Nelson Wright, Mediapolis: a Journal of Cities and Culture, September 5, 2016

This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Augmented Reality, Black Lives Matter, Bromoeroticism, and More
Michael Anthony Farley, Art F City, August 1, 2016

25 stupendous things to do in Queens this week, from the Queens Book Fest to a classic car show
Oriana Leckert, Queens Courier, August 1, 2016

Studio in the Park’s ‘Chance Ecologies’ Takes an In-Depth Look at NYC’s Flushing River
Jenna Bagcal, Untapped Cities, July 20, 2016

Film Screening at Queens Museum Will Show Lost Places of Hunters Point South
Jeff Reuben, Untapped Cities, April 8, 2016.

5 Must-see Art Openings in NYC
Erik Neilson, UpOut, January 4, 2016.

16 Art Installations in NYC Not to Miss in January 2016
Lynn Lieberman, Untapped Cities, December 28, 2015.

Chance Ecologies Art Exhibition Explores the Soon to be Lost Wild Landscapes of Hunter’s Point South.
Jeff Reuben, Untapped Cities, Dec. 23, 2015.

A Dispatch From the Last Wild Days of Hunter’s Point South.
Nathan Kensinger, Curbed, Dec. 17, 2015.

The “Endangered” Surfaces of Hunters Point South
Ben Pardee, Urban Omnibus, Oct. 6, 2015.

Welcome To The “Secret” Wild Riverside Forest In Queens.
Nate Dorr, Gothamist, Sep. 4, 2015.

The Abandoned, Wild Landscape of Hunters Point Waterfront in Long Island City.
Eric Lau and Michelle Young, Untapped Cities, Aug. 25, 2015.