The Lives of Images, edited by Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa, is a set of contemporary thematic readers designed for educators, students, practicing photographers, and others interested in the ways images function within a wide set of cultural practices. Available here.



New Voicemail Received, publication for the Painting and Printmaking class of 2020. In collaboration with Laura Huaranga and Bryant Wells.


Hindsigh 2020, Yale MFA photography showcase website, in collaboration with Sam Kilgus.  


Eyes as a Tool, 8.5x11 in, compendium of attemps in drawing a typeface with your own eyes, with support from the Yale Haskins Lab




The Brooklyn Rail, March issue, in collaboration with Will Fenstermaker

Few manifestos remain in the public consciousness for long. Fewer still have defined entire eras of art, and all of those were eventually challenged by later treatises. This cycle is one way to understand the history of art. 

Cover artwork by Hilary Harnischfeger, Obi-3, 2021. Amethyst, ceramic, paper, hydrostone, pigment, steel, 20 x 12 x 12 inches.


Vo A nach B, Group show Visionen 19,  in collaboration with Michèle Degen Sculpture park, Basel-County, Switzerland. 

Three road signs, 1.20x1.70m, steel frames and reflective foil.



The Weight of a Selfie: Influence, Interface, and Invitation in the Image Economy, by Alex Kim, 2021. Publication design in collaboration with Mike Tully.

Architecture? “Architecture”, (Architecture), Pamphlet for the Chicago Biennial, printed in riso. 


Zurich University of the Arts year catalogue, in collaboration with Sara Arzu, Salome Grand, and Rahel Preisig.