New and forthcoming:

Judith Leemann, "Pragmatics of Studio Critique" in Beyond Critique: Contemporary Art in Theory, Practice, and Instruction (Pamela Fraser and Roger Rothman, eds) Bloomsbury, forthcoming.

 

Publications

Judith Leemann, Don’t Make That Face: The Weavings of Lia Cook in Faces & Mazes: Lia Cook (Wendy Weiss, Editor. Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2009.) [pdf]

Judith Leemann, “Lion Eats Sassy Girl Because He Can: Games and Second-Order Learning Within an Interdisciplinary Arts Curriculum.” Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. Vol. 7, Issue 1 (Summer 2010). [pdf]

Leemann, Judith “Lia Cook: Re-Embodied.” Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture. Vol. 5, Issue 3 (November 2007): 330-337. [pdf]

Neil MacInnis (with Judith Leemann ) “DECO-jamming is ECO-glam” in Joan Livingstone and John Ploof, editors, The Object of Labor: Art, Cloth, and Cultural Production (School of the Art Institute of Chicago and MIT Press, 2007): 337-356.

Leemann, Judith “Re/Locating Continuity” essay for catalogue Joan Livingstone: Membranes, Margins, Disruptions, Fosdick-Nelson Gallery at Alfred University, New York (January 2006); Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery at Bowling Green State University, Ohio (October 2006); and Jack Olson Gallery at Northern Illinois University, DeKalb (February 2007). [pdf]

Leemann, Judith “Climate Change Preparedness Center at Zeitgeist” Big Red and Shiny no. 44 (June 18, 2006).

Leemann, Judith “Orthotic Roses.” Frakcija Performing Arts Magazine no. 35 (spring 2005): Section 02. Part of a two-volume reading companion to the Goat Island performance group's When will the September roses bloom? Last night was only a comedy  [pdf]

Leemann, Judith “three hours to disappointment.” LTTR. Volume 3 (Summer 2004): 12-14. Volume three: practice more failure.  [pdf]

Leemann, Judith “Response.” Sacred Bearings (Journal of the Center for the Study of Violence, Culture, and Survival, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities). Vol. 1, No.2 (Spring 2000): 14-15.

Leemann, Judith “Strange Beauty.” Iris – A Journal for Women. (Spring 1999).

Leemann, Judith Placing Our Voices: The Women’s Book Project at the University of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA: Printing funded by Raven Fellowship, 1994.

 

Editorial Work

Assistant Editor, 2004-2007:  Joan Livingstone and John Ploof, editors, The Object of Labor: Art, Cloth, and Cultural Production (School of the Art Institute of Chicago and MIT Press, 2007.)

 

Occasional Texts (lectures, fragments, hints)

Judith Leemann, lecture in the shape of a dovetail joint, delivered at the Goat Island Summer School Symposium: Younger Scholars Panel. Chicago: July 26, 2008. [pdf]