BOOKS, ESSAYS AND ARTICLES, AND OTHER WRITINGS
ARTMargins ( www.ARTMargins.com) Associate Editor - an online journal about Central and Eastern European visual culture. 2010-2012.
Budapest Market Halls, in “Europe market halls: a comparative view” published by the Historical Museum of Barcelona (2010)
Review, Subversive Practices: Art under Conditions of Political Repression 60s–80s / South America / Europe, http://www.ARTMargins.com, Fall 2009
Counter Culture in the Age of Digital Revolution - Politics and Culture, 2008 Issue 2
THE SOCIAL SPACES OF CULTURE: Millenaris Park, Museums Quartier and the Tate Modern – ArtMargins, Spring 2004, Balkon February 2005
NOTES ON THE ORIGINS OF NEWSREEL for the Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival August 2003
DOES THE WORLD NEED ART? www.artMargins.com July 2003
AFTER THE 60'S: CHANGING PARADIGMS IN THE REPRESENTATION OF URBAN SPACE in Screening the City - Verso, February 2003
FILM AND VIDEO PROJECTS (partial)
THE KILLING OF MALCOLM X – Director/Co-Editor feature length documentary film in post-production
WHERE ARE THE POETS TODAY? - 7 minute video, June 2012, Director/Editor Vidéo Numériques et poétiques (Marseilles, November 2012)
PHANTOM TRUCK – (2007) director/editor/camera – a “made for YouTube” video coinciding with
DOCUMENTA 12 - Kassel, Germany
USTI OPRE (2007) Director/Editor - Hungarian, German, UK co-production. A feature length documentary film about contemporary Roma music from Central Europe featuring Snétberger Ferenc, Balogh Kálmán, Boban Markovic and Iva Bitova.
A CLEAN, WELL-LIGHTED PLACE (1994) - Director and Screenwriter A dramatic film based on the short story by Ernest Hemingway (16mm film, color - 1994) Co-produced by The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and The Longmeadow Foundation. Broadcast by The Independent Channel; winner of “The Bob Award” from WTTW for best independent narrative film.
THE BOMBING OF HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI (1991) Director, Editor and Screenwriter (video/film - 60 min.) An examination of the decision to use the first nuclear weapons; a video that combines dramatizations, archival materials and interviews with Gar Alperovitz, John Donner, Robert Lifton and the noted physicist Phillip Morrison.
INTRIGUE IN THE MIDDLE EAST (1991) Director, Editor and Screenwriter (video/film - 110 min.) Beginning with the period immediately preceding World War II, the documentary presents an historical overview of events leading up to the Gulf War and the continuing conflicts in Israel and Palestine including interviews with Edward Said, Noam Chomsky and Former Ambassador Patrick Murphy
National Broadcast Free Speech TV.