Publication List

Wist, Allie. “An Anarchivical Artist Practice for Anthropocene: Waste, archives, and affective ontological breakdowns,” Technoetic Arts, Vol. 21: Issue 2, forthcoming 2023.

Wist, Allie. “Sensory Anarchives for the Anthropocene,” Holotipus, Cristina Baldacci and Emiliano Guaraldo, eds., Vol. 4&5, forthcoming 2023.

Wist, Allie. “Climate LARPing: Embodied speculative role-play for ecological crisis,” in Unserious Ecocrticism: Humor, Wit, Play, and Environmental Destruction in North American Contemporary Art & Visual Culture, eds. Jessica Landau and Maria Lux (Amherst: Amherst College Press, forthcoming 2023).

Wist, Allie. “Sensory Knowledge for Changing Landscapes,” APRIA Journal, September 2022.

Tendency to Collapse, exhibition text

Anthropocene poetry, 2021-22

Bartoshesy, Rebecca, C.C. Buckley, Heami Lee, and Allie Wist. "Visual Earth: Flooded," One Earth, Vol. 4: Issue 9, 2021.

Murdai, Sahar and Allie Wist. A RITUAL IN X MOVEMENTS, Montez Press, 2018.

Wist, Allie. "Tower of Babel," In Food Futures, ed. Gemma Warriner (London: Promopress, 2017) pp. 178-181.

Haggar, Louise and Allie Wist. “The Rituals of Nourishment,” In Loose Associations, Vol. 7, 2019. PDF Version.

Wist, Allie. “Water, Water, Everywhere: on one Colombian island, soda is the only alternative to potable water,” ROADS + KINGDOMS, 2017.

Olafur Eliasson's Artist Tasting Menu, Bon Appetit, 2019.

"Grotesquely Beautiful Sculptures Freeze Women and Sugar in Porcelain," Saveur, 2016.

"Can a Blind Date Bring Down Border Walls?:" Tunde Wey's Installation at the August Wilson Center + Experimental Immigration Policy Dinners, Saveur, 2019.

"The Identical Lunch:" Alison Knowles on Food as Art, Saveur, 2018.

"How Louisiana’s Vietnamese Shrimpers Are Adapting to Climate Change," Saveur, Issue 198, Fall 2019.

"Floodlights:a sea level rise exquisite corpse," WHITE OUT: Underpressure and Other Human Failures, Montez Press + 3S Artspace, 2018.

“The Farmer Who Thinks Kelp Will Save the World,” Saveur, Issue 194, Summer 2018.

"What Dinner Might Look Like in a Future of Global Warming and Rising Sea Levels," Saveur, 2017.

“Food Art Book Review,” Saveur, 2017.

“Future Food: Essential Reading,” Saveur, 2017.

"A (Brief) Political History of the Fork," Saveur, Issue 185, Oct/Nov 2016.

“Food Performance, Dinner? No Utensils.” Saveur, 2016.

“Who Cooked the Last Supper? Five Surprising Works of Art from The Value of Food Exhibition,” Mold, 2016.

“Eating Yellow: On Artist Jen Monroe's Performative Dining Series,” Taste Talks, 2016.

“Visualizing The Economy of Food at the Bronx River Art Center Gallery,” Mold, 2015.


Press

“Artist Sets Futuristic Dinner in a World of Rising Seas,” NPR. 2017.
“What We're Reading: Endless Thirst,” New York Times. 2017.
"What Will We Eat in 2050?," MIT News, 2018.
“Water in Colombia: The Week in Global-Affairs Writing,” The Atlantic. 2017.
“The Future of Food in Apocalyptic Scenarios,” Newsweek. 2017.
"'Flooded' Connects Climate Change and Food," Honolulu Star, 2018.
“The Future of Food if Climate Change Continues,” BBC. 2017.
“Here’s What Our Food Might Look Like in a Climate Change...” Gizmodo. 2017.
"This Artist-Run Curatorial Project Asks What Lies Beneath Our Impulses to Eat," SAVEUR, 2017.
“Artists Explore Our Emotional and Physical Relationship with Food,” Hamptons. 2017.
“Curated Dinner and Beethoven All Night,” I Care If You Listen. 2017.
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