Links to Texts and Media Associated with the Work

Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture, Book Review by Wood Roberdeau You Must Carry Me Now: The Cultural Lives of Endangered Species Snæbjörnsdottir/Wilson (Spring) ISSN 1756-9575. 2016

Humanimilia: Volume 8, Number 1 – Fall 2016 Reviews Katja Aglert &Tora Holmberg Extinction Stories. 2016

Morgunblaðið, Reykjavík, Iceland. Feral Attraction at ASÍ. 2016

Art Ltd, US. Review of Snæbjörnsdotti/Wilson’s work in Late Harvest and ASU Museum of Art. 2015

Configurations, Present Signs, Dead Things: Indexical Authenticity and Taxidermy’s Nonabsent Animal, Helen Gregory, Anthony Purdy. Volume 23, Number 1, Winter 2015 pp. 61-92, Johns Hopkins University Press.

Taxidermy, Thames and Hudson Ltd, London, ISBN 978-0-500-51670-6, 2013,  Trout Fishing in America and Other Stories, After the Animal, 4/13 Vol. 53, 2013, Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson in conversation with Ron Broglio,

Museologi På Norsk Universitetsmuseenes Gjören, ed. Anita Maurstad og Marit Anne Hauan, Akademika forlag Trondheim. Chapter by Hanne Hammer Stien and Kristine Orestad Söregaard, titled Kultiverte gjenstander og nærværende ting, referencing the work of Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson on pg. 193-209. ISBN 978-82-519-2888-5, 2012

The Breathless Zoo: Taxidermy and the Cultures of Longing, Dr. Rachel Poliquin, Introductory chapter, Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson, nanoq pp. 2–11, Penn State Press, USA. 2012

Artist|Animal, author Dr. Steve Baker. Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson’s work discussed in three sections in final chapter: Animals, Locations and Dislocations, The Animal-Object-in-Art and Animal as Medium – series editor Dr Cary Wolfe, University of Minnesota Press USA, 2012

Readings in Performance and Ecology, Ed. Wendy Arons and Theresea J. May. Ch. 4. Silence of the Polar Bears: Performing (Climate) Change in the Theater of Species by Una Chaudhuri on the work of Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson pg. 45-59. Publisher Palgrave and Macmillan, USA. 2012

art & animals by Giovanni Aloi, A Matter of Time and Place, pg. 37-40 on the work of Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson, Published by I.B.TAURIS, London. 2012

ANTENNAE issue #21 Animal Influence Volume #1 () Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson paper On Animal Terms appears in the two-part online journal publication  based on the International Conference, Interactive Futures, Vancouver, November 2011

Black Flash, Magazine of Art, Photography and New Media, Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson by Amy Fung, pg. 24-26. Issue 29.2 Winter, 2012

Surface Encounters, Prof. Ron Broglio – Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson’s work discussed alongside the work of Damien Hirst, Matthew Barney, Marcus Coates, Carole Schneemann etc. 158 pages. Chapter  3 – Making Space for Animal Dwelling –Worlding with Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson, pp 57-80 and Dr Cary Wolfe (series editor) 2011

Animal Stories, Narrating Across Species Lines, author Dr Susan    McHugh, Associate Professor, University of New England. 336 pages, 35 b&w photos, Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson pp.122-124, 142, 148, 161, ISBN: 978-0-8166-7032-1 series editor Dr Cary Wolfe, University of Minnesota Press USA, Posthumanities Series, volume 15 May 2010

Reconstructing the Animal. Catalogue essay Dr. Carole Freeman, Edited Dr. Yvette Watt curator. Published University of Tasmania. 2011

GIBCA Andreas Haagstrom interviews Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson for the Gothenburg International Biennial of Contemporary Art , 2011

Kulturradioen Kosmo: Sveriges Radio. 12.02  2011. Interview by Gunnar Bolin

Art Lies (no 65), The Back Forty, Uncertainty in the City, ed. Anjali Gupta,  2010

Antennae,(issue 13) Radio Animal at Interspecies, Interview Giovanni Aloi and Rikke Hansen, 2010

Brainstorm, (102-103): Konst och djur ed. Ulrika Flink Uppsala, 2010

reCollections – Libby Robin – Journal of the National Museum of Australia. section nanoq – the Great White Bear, 2010

Art and Research, The Animal Question, Interview with Kate Foster, Authors Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson, 2010

Antennae Issue #13, Online Magazine, Interview with Kira O´Reilly; by Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson, 2010

A Safe Passage Centrifuge Art Prize Publication, Salford University 2009

On Thin Ice, The Changing World of the Polar Bear, Richard Ellis, pub. Random House, New York (Snæbjörnsdóttir/ Wilson pp 259, 270-3, 271 and 272) 2009

Art and Research, A Journal of Ideas, Contexts and Methods. Volume 3 ,Spaces of Encounter: Art and Revision in Human – Animal Relations,  Author B. Snæbjörnsdóttir, 2009

Suplemento Cultural de Reforma by Jesús Pacheco Domingo 16 de Agosto, Mexico, 2009

Resonance FM, London based radio station – Interview with Mark Wilson for Pestival, 2009

Animals and Society (Australia) Study Group News Bulletin, June 2009

nanoq in written by Marzena Parzymies, February 2009

nanoq: flat out and bluesome, Cultural Life of Polar Bears, by Ruby Russell,

Modern Painters, March 2009. The Right Stuff, by Steven Connor, p.62, pp 58-63 2009

HEAT, Art and Climate Change, catalogue published by RMIT, 2008

Art Artistic Research and the Animal Question, Art Monitor, No 3. Bryndis Snæbjörnsdóttir and Dr. Helena Pedersen, 2008

Antennae, Issue #8, Winter 2008.

Antennae, Issue #6, Summer 2008

Get Polarized, in Herald Sun Australia by Sally Bennett. 2008

Artists turn up the Heat on climate change and culpability, in The Age, 24/09/08 by Robert Nelson. 2008

Changing the artistic climate, in The Critics, by Andrew Stephens 09/09 2008

Art & Research, Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson in conversation with Steve Baker, Ross Birrell, 2007

Cultural Geographies in Practice, Review by Dr. David Matless, 2007

New Scientist: February 17, p.48 Second Sight, 2007

frieze magazine: June/July/August, p.263 Great White Bear, Andrew Dodds, 2007

Art and Research Rhapsody in Blue, review by Sam Stead, 2007

The Royal Photographic Society Journal, December/January Vol.146 Iss 10, 2007

Spatial Aesthetics; Art, Place and The Everyday, Dr. Nikos Papastergiadis, 2006

Time Out London: October 18 – 25, p.38 Bear Essentials, Lisa Mullen, 2006

The Times, 25.10 2006, Rachel Campbell-Johnston, 2006/7

The Daily Telegraph, 14.10 2006, Benjamin Secher.

The Daily Mail, Oct. 20.10 2006, Michael Hanlon

The London Paper, The Guardian, Morgunbladid 28.10.06 (Iceland)

ACP Photofile 79, Susan Bright (Australia),

Freefall Arts Council England publication. Essay on the artists, entitled Temporary Migration by Nikos Papastergiadis, 2004

Big Issue, no 581 nanoq: flat out and bluesome, 2004

Artist’s Newsletter (May issue 2004) nanoq: flat out and bluesome

NatSCAN (Natural Sciences Collections Association) issue number one. Article: nanoq: flat out and bluseome Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson, 2003