BOOKS

  • The Routledge Handbook of Art + Science and Technology Studies, Co-edited with Hannah Star Rogers, Megan Halpern and Katherine de Ridder-Vignone, London: Routledge, Forthcoming January, 2021
  • Hannah, D. Ed. Julian Charrière—Toward No Earthly Pole, Milan: Mousse Publishing, 2020
  • Hannah, D., Pfleger, S. Julius von Bismarck—Talking to Thunder, Berlin: Hatje Cantz, 2019 (Link)
  • Hannah, D. Ed. A Year Without a Winter, New York: Columbia Books on Architecture and the City, Columbia University Press, 2018 (Link)
  • Hannah, D., Krajewski. S. Eds. Placing the Golden Spike: Landscapes of the Anthropocene, Exhibition Catalogue,Portland: Publication Studio, 2015 (Link)

PAPERS

  • Hannah, D. “The Philosopher Against the Clouds,” Nanna Debois-Buhl—Cloud Behavior, Humboldt Books & Laboratory for Arts and Ecology, 2020
  • Hannah D., “AESTHETICS,” Connectedness: an Incomplete Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene, Ed. Marianne Krogh, Strandberg Publishing, 2020
  • Hannah D, Tironi, M. “Collectives,” Environmental Alterities, Eds. Cristóbal Bonnelli and Antonia Walford, Manchester: Mattering Press, 2020 (Forthcoming)
  • Hannah D., Vogt. G. “Landscapes in Mutation,” Mutation and Morphosis: Landscape as Aggregate, edited by Günther Vogt and Thomas Kissling, Lars Müller Publishers, 2020, 110-119 (Link)
  • Hannah, D., Samman, N. (2019), “The Subduction Zone,” Juliana Cerquiera Leite—Orogenesis, London: Trolley Books (Link)
  • Hannah, D. (2018) “Field Philosophy,” Julian CharrièreAn Invitation to Disappear, Musée des Bagnes \ Kunsthalle Mainz, Amsterdam: Roma Publications (Link) & Liner Notes, An Invitation To Disappearby Inland (Ed Davenport) & Julian Charrière, double LP & Digital Album, A-ton Records, 2018 (Link)
  • Hannah, D. (2018) “Exposure,” Julian CharrièreSecond Suns, Nadim Samman (Ed.), Hatje Cantz Verlag (Link)
  • Hannah, D., Samman, N. (2018) “Field Excises,” Fabian Knecht—Antikörper | Antibody, Alexander Levy/Isabelle Meiffert (Eds.) Kerber Verlag (Link)
  • Hannah, D., Jeremijenko, N. (2017) “Natalie Jeremijenko’s New Experimentalism,” In: Grusin, R. (Ed.) Anthropocene Feminism, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (Link)
  • Hannah, D., Selin, C., (2016) “Unseasonal Fashion: A Manifesto,” Climates: Architecture and the Planetary Imaginary, The Avery Review & Lars Müller Publishers, 222-231 (Link)
  • Kirksey, E., Hannah, D., Nichols, C., Moore, L.J. (2016) “The Xenopus Test: A Performative Experiment,” Environmental Humanities Vol. 8.1 (Link)
  • Hannah, D., La Berge, L.C. (2016) “Debt Aesthetics: Medium Specificity and Social Practice in the Work of Cassie Thornton”, (Special Issue on Finance: Tiermey, M., Nilges, M.) Postmodern Culture Vol. 25, No. 2 (Link)
  • Hannah, D. (2015) “One Spike After Another: Site Specificity and Anthropocene Stratigraphy.” In: Hannah, D., Krajewski. S., (Eds.) Placing the Golden Spike: Landscapes of the Anthropocene, Portland: Publication Studio. 20-27
  • Witzke, A.S., Hannah, D. (2014) “Luftvariationer: Nye Kunst og Kulturhistoriske Forståelser af Luft,” Kulturo 38:1-17
  • Hannah, D. (2013) “Review of Literature About Art and Climate Change.” In: Black, B.C., Hassenzahl, D.M., Stephens, J.C. (Eds.) Climate Change: An Encyclopedia of Science and History, ABC-CLIO, 2013, 90-96
  • Hannah, D. (2013) “Art and Ocean Acidification,” In: Black,  B.C., Hassenzahl, D.M., Stephens, J.C. (Eds.) Climate Change: An Encyclopedia of Science and History, ABC-CLIO, 2013, 457-459

CRITICISM

  • OBSERVATION: The Mirror of Experiment, BEOBACHTUNG, Dittrich & Schlechtreim, Berlin, December 15, 2017—February 10, 2018. (Link)
  • “Hopeless Utopia: Enchantment and Contradiction at the Antarctic Biennale,” Frieze Magazine, 188, Summer 2017 (Link)
  • “Fabricating the DNA Fingerprint,” Latent Figure Protocol by Paul Vanouse, Exit Art, New York Art:21 Magazine, September 13, 2009 (Link)
  • “Hybrids,” Anatomy in the Gallery by Vesna Jovanovic at the International Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago. Art:21 Magazine, September 11, 2009 (Link)
  • “Unnatural Histories,” On the Moon and Beyond by Eduardo Kac, Streaming Museum—Project Room, Chelsea Art Museum, Art:21 Magazine, September 2, 2009 (Link)
  • Nusra Latif QreshiPostcolonial Representations, Joshua McClelland Print Room, Melbourne, Australia, Melbourne Australia, 2002
  • “Desiring the Weather: An Interview with Dehlia Hannah,” by Penny Rafferty, Berlin Art Link, July 21, 2017 (Link)
  • “Monstrous Futures,” EMERGE: A Festival of Futures, 2017 | Frankenstein, (Curatorial Essay) February 21, 2017