Writings by Penny Siopis

Young, A. 2017. Interview with Penny Siopis: ‘World of Zulu’ reveals ties between New Orleans, South Africa. In Pelican Bomb. 2018, Jan 17. Available: www. http://www.nola.com/arts/index.ssf/2018/01/world_of_zulu_exhibit_reveals.html#incart_river_home

Siopis, P. 2012. The Hooks of History. Three Films. In Gutberlet, M. & Snyman, C. 2012. Shoe shop. Auckland Park, South Africa: Fanele.

Siopis, P. 2012. Subject as Matter in the New Church, In The New Church No 1 (Exhibition Catalogue). Cape Town: The New Church.

Siopis, P. 2011. Good Faith. Achille Mbembe and Penny Siopis in conversation. In Rankin-Smith, F. & Standard Bank Centre Art Gallery. 2011. Figuring faith: images of belief in Africa. Johannesburg: Fourthwall Books.

Siopis, P. (with Kim Miller). 2011. “Fire, Water, Forests, Swarms”: Penny Siopis discusses Who’s Afraid of the Crowd? with Kim Miller. In Perryer, S. (Ed.) 2011. Penny Siopis: Who’s Afraid of the Crowd? Cape Town: Stevenson.

Siopis, P. 2011. Obscure White Messenger. In Diserans, C. 2011. Appropriated Landscape: Contemporary African photography from the Walther Collection. Neu-Ulm/Burlafingen: Steidl.

Siopis, P. & Nuttall S. 2010. An unrecoverable strangeness: some reflections on selfhood and otherness in South African art. In Farber, L. (Ed.). 2010. Critical Arts. Vol. 24. Issue 3.

Siopis, P. 2010. Shame in the house of Freud. In Farber, L. & University of Johannesburg 2010. On making: integrating approaches to practice-led research in art and design. Johannesburg: Research Centre, Visual Identities in Art and Design, Faculty of Art Design and Architecture, University of Johannesburg.

Siopis, P. (with Sarah Nuttall). 2009. On a Knife-edge. In Penny Siopis: Paintings. Cape Town.

Siopis, P. 2009. From Crimson to Blush: Penny Siopis. In Art South Africa, 2009. Vol. 8. Issue 2.

Siopis, P. 2008. Shame in Three Parts at the Freud Museum. In Pajaczkowska, C. & Ward, I. 2008. Shame and Sexuality. Psychoanalysis and Visual Culture. UK: Routledge.

Siopis, P. 2006. On both sides now: fifty years of South African women behind and in front of the lens. In Comley et al. (Eds.) 2006. Women by women : 50 years of women’s photography in South Africa. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

Siopis, P. 2005. My Lovely Day. In Siopis, P. & Smith, K. 2005. Penny Siopis. Johannesburg: Goodman Gallery Editions.

Siopis, P. 2005. Notes on a Carnal Medium. In Art South Africa 2005. Vol. 4. Issue 2.

Siopis, P. 2003. The Space Between. In Art South Africa, 2003. Vol. 1. Issue 03.

Siopis, P. 1999. Dissenting Detail: Another Story of Art and Politics in South Africa. In Atkinson, B. & Breitz, C. 1999. Grey areas: representation, identity and politics in contemporary South African art. Johannesburg: Chalkham Hill Press.

Siopis, P. 1998. Home Movies: A Document of a South African Life. In Lundstrom J.-E. 1998. Bending Towards Freedom: Conditions and Contradictions of Cultural Productions in (Post-) colonial Societies. BildMuseet: Umea, Sweden.

Siopis, P. 1998. Laying beside Gold: Ashante’s Strangely Familiar Return. In Nettleton A. et al. 1998. Voice Overs: Wits Writings Exploring African Artworks. Johannesburg: Wits Art Galleries.

Siopis, P. 1998. Purity and Danger. In Van Haute, B. (Ed.) 1998. De Arte. (56). University of South Africa.

Annie E. Coombes & Siopis, P. 1997. Gender, ‘Race’, Ethnicity in Art Practice in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Annie E. Coombes and Penny Siopis in Conversation. In Feminist Review, Consuming Cultures. Issue 55. Spring, 1997. Palgrave Macmillan Journals.

Siopis, P. 1997. Domestic Affairs. In Van Haute, B. (Ed.) 1997. De Arte. (55). University of South Africa.

Siopis, P. (with Elizabeth Harney). 1996. Between the “Internal” and the “International”’. In Deliss, C. (Ed.) 1996. Metronome: Inter-cultural publication of the visual arts. Dakar. Issue: May.