Here there are videos of artists talking about their work as well as video and audio documentation of all past lectures, performances, and events. There are also essays about exhibitions, plus reviews, reading lists, and interviews to read. The Library is organized in two sections:
Essays about exhibitions
On Lydia Ourahmane: Solar Cry
by Anthony Huberman
On Cinthia Marcelle: A morta
by Kim Nguyen
On Vincent Fecteau's solo exhibition
by Anthony Huberman
On Abbas Akhavan: cast for a folly
by Kim Nguyen
On Akosua Adoma Owusu: Welcome to the Jungle
by Kim Nguyen
On To Know Herself
by Yomna Osman and Jenny Odell
On Diamond Stingily: Doing the Best I Can
by the artist
On Rosha Yaghmai: Miraclegrow
by Leila Grothe
On Léonie Guyer: form in the realm of
by Anthony Huberman
On Adam Linder: Full Service
by Anthony Huberman
On contemptorary: Deep-Time Construction
by Nasrin Himada, Gelare Khoshgozaran & Eunsong Kim
On Susanne Kriemann: Canopy, canopy
by Kim Nguyen
On Ken Lum: What's old is old for a dog.
by Kim Nguyen
On Patrick Jackson: KNOW YER CITY
by Leila Grothe & Kim Nguyen
On Candy Jernigan: A Couple of Pencils and Some Paper
by Anthony Huberman
On Henrik Olesen: The Walk
by Anthony Huberman
On Yuki Kimura: Inhuman Transformation of New Year's Decoration, Obsolete Conception or 2
by Jeanne Gerrity
On Howard Fried: Derelicts
by Jamie Stevens
On Camille Blatrix: Heroe
by Anthony Huberman
On Laura Owens: Ten Paintings
by Anthony Huberman
On Wang Bing: Three Portraits
by Anthony Huberman
On Ellen Cantor: Cinderella Syndrome
by Fatima Hellberg & Jamie Stevens
On Frances Scholz and Mark von Schlegell: Amboy
by the artists
On Sam Lewitt: More Heat Than Light
by Anthony Huberman
On K.r.m. Mooney: En, Set
by Anthony Huberman
On Josephine Pryde: lapses in Thinking By the person i Am
by Jamie Stevens
On Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys: Tram 3
by Anthony Huberman
On Markus Schinwald: New Work
by Jenny Gheith & Anthony Huberman
Reading lists, conversations, and other texts
"Living Instruments:" The Noise of Collective Bodies, a review of a screening of films and conversation with Cecilia Vicuña and Daniel Borzutzky
by Consuelo Tupper Hernández
The Haptic in Motion: ideas from the third Cecilia Vicuña reading group by Selam Bekele
Permanent Transience, Transient Permanence: ideas from the second Cecilia Vicuña Reading Group by Theodore Lau
Binding, Unraveling: ideas from the fourth Cecilia Vicuña Reading Group by Theodore Lau
Trinh T. Minh-ha Film Club #4: A Tale of Love (1995)
hosted by Shaelyn Hanes and Emily Markert
Trinh T. Minh-ha Film Club #3: Surname Viet, Given Name Nam (1989)
hosted by Shaelyn Hanes and Emily Markert
Trinh T. Minh-ha Film Club #2: The Fourth Dimension (2001)
hosted by Shaelyn Hanes and Emily Markert
Trinh T. Minh-ha Film Club #1: Night Passage (2004)
hosted by Shaelyn Hanes and Emily Markert
Whose footsteps are these?, a preface to Cecilia Vicuña
by Jenni Crain
Where have they gone?, a series of ideas from the Cecilia Vicuña Reading Group
by Jenni Crain with Theo Lau and Selam Bekele
The Sea Uses Everything: Some Passages on Trinh T. Minh-ha
by Zach Ngin
We Only Exist In Relation to Each Other:
An Interview with Lydia Ourahmane by Hannah Waiters
Hands-Off: John Baldessari and the Early Years of CalArts
by Emily Markert
A response to Lydia Ourahmane’s Solar Cry
by Kelly Rouser
2019-2020 in the press: Vincent Fecteau, Cinthia Marcelle, Lydia Ourahmane, Jeffrey Gibson
Lydia Ourahmane's reading list
2018-2019 in the press: Adam Linder, Léonie Guyer, Rosha Yaghmai, Diamond Stingily, To Know Herself, Akosua Adoma Owusu, Abbas Akhavan
An interview with Macon Reed
Thought Experiments with Léonie Guyer’s Work
by Naz Cuguoglu

2017-2018 in the press: Mechanisms, Ken Lum, contemptorary
2016-2017 in the press: Camille Blatrix, Howard Fried, Melanie Gilligan, Yuki Kimura, Black Light, Candy Jernigan, Patrick Jackson
2015-2016 in the press: Sam Lewitt, Frances Scholz & Mark von Schlegell, Ellen Cantor, Carissa Rodriguez, Void California, Wang Bing
2014-2015 in the press: Markus Schinwald, Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys, Nairy Baghramian, Martin Wong, Julia Heyward, Josephine Pryde, K.R.M. Mooney