Feminism for Me Was About Equal Pay for Equal Work—Not About Burning Bras: Interview with Zarina by Sadia Shirazi
Interview, MoMA post: Notes on Modern and Contemporary Art Across the Globe, March 8, 2018.
A Room of One's Own: Zarina
Catalogue Essay, Zarina: Weaving Darkness and Silence, Gallery Espace, Delhi, February - March 2018.
Exhibition Review, Critics' Picks, Art Forum, June 2017.
Postcommodity with Sadia Shirazi
Interview, Issue 134 "Land," C Magazine, June 2017.
the cuts. cheyanne turions and Sadia Shirazi
Vera List Center, Indigenous New York, Critically Speaking, March 2017.
Welcome To What We Took From Is The State
Exhibition catalogue, South Asian Women's Creative Collective, March 2016.
Europe, Europe, Europe: Chant Avedissian with Sadia Shirazi
Interview, Jadaliyya, 22 June 2015.
Lahore: Architecture of In/Security
The Funambulist Pamphlet 01: Militarized Cities (September 2015), 14-19.
Delhicentric: Zarina's Paper Like Skin
Review of Zarina: Paper Like Skin, Jadaliyya, 10 June 2013.
On Exhibition Without Objects — Flatness, File Size, and Hard Drives
Independent Curators International (iCi) Research Journal, 30 September 2013.
230 MB / Exhibition Without Objects
Exhibition catalogue, Khoj International Artists' Association, 10 February 2103.
SUBJECT: Exhibition Without Objects
SARAI Reader 09: Projections, ed. Raqs Media Collective and Shveta Sarda (April 2013), 231-239.
Cinematic Occupation: Kamal Al Jafari's Port of Memory
Film review, Jadaliyya, 9 August 2012.
136 MB / Exhibition Without Objects
Exhibition text, The Drawing Room Gallery, 28 May 2012.
City, Space, Power: Lahore's Architecture of In/Security
The Funambulist, 17 October 2012.
Foreclosed. Between Crisis and Possibility
Exhibition catalogue, The Whitney Museum of American Art, 28 February 2011.
Construction and Destruction in Cinematic Spaces
Essay, Foreclosed. Between Crisis and Possibility, The Whitney Museum of American Art, 28 February 2011.
Editor, thresholds 33, MIT Journal, Spring 2008.
Cairo's Al Azhar Park
Architecture criticism, Bidoun Magazine #3: Hair, Winter 2005.