Artnet, This artist wanted to teach aliens about life on Earth. So, she teamed up with NASA scientists to send artwork into outer space,” by Brian Boucher, December 8, 2020

Cleveland Plain Dealer, Oberlin artist Julia Christensen plans project for a space mission 4.2 light years from Earth,” by Steve Litt, December 6, 2020

Brooklyn Rail, Julia Christensen’s Upgrade Available,” by Hall Rockefeller, October 2020

Los Angeles Magazine, Outmoded Tech is Making Mountains of E-Waste. Is There Any Stopping ‘Upgrade Culture’?” by Liz Ohenesian, September 2020

Glasstire, Not ‘If’ but ‘When’: An Artist Looks Into Upgrade Culture,” by Lydia Pyne, July 19, 2020

Atmos Magazine, Trash Talk with Artist Julia Christensen,” by Joseph Akel, May 2020

Hyperallergic, An Artist Investigates the Effects of Technological Obsolescence,” by Elisa Wouk Almino, April 21, 2020

Art Newspaper, “‘Longevity feels a bit elusive at the moment,’: artist Julia Christensen explores upgrade culture in a new book and postponed show,” by W Ludel, April 13, 2020

Pacific Standard, “The fine art of thin ice,” by Jillian Steinhauer, December 2018

Artforum, “Guggenheim Foundation Announces 2018 Fellows,” 2/5/18

Cleveland Plain Dealer, “Artist Julia Christensen reveals Lake Erie’s winter magnificence in show at SPACES,” by Steve Litt, 2/4/18

CAN Journal, Julia Christensen has us all Waiting for a Break,” by Brittany Hudak, Winter 2017/2018

Cleveland Plain Dealer, SPACES Takes on Trump’s First 100 Days in Witty Artistic Critiques of immigration policy,” by Steven Litt, 5/7/17

Cool Cleveland, Cleveland Area Artists Respond to ‘The First 100+ Days’ of Trump in SPACES Exhibit,” by John Benson, 5/2/17

Vice / The Creator’s Project, “We Talked to the Artist Turning E-Waste Into Star Maps,” by Willa Koerner, 10/16/14

Make Zine, “Julia Christensen’s Upcycled iPhone Art Project,” by Andrew Salomone, 10/11/14

Bomb Magazine, Julia Christensen,” by Kris Paulsen, March 27, 2014

Columbus Dispatch, Tiny Space Illuminates Big Picture of Cosmos,” by Melissa Starker, 3/30/14

Washington Post, “The Story Behind ‘The Survivors,’” by Stephanie Berry, 8/31/12

Village Voice, “Best in Show,” review of It’s the Political Economy, Stupid, by Robert Shuster, February 8, 2012

Kalamazoo Gazette, “Exhibition at Western Michigan University Looks at Urban Landscapes,” by Rebecca Bakken, February 14, 2010

New York Times, Art Review: From Malls to Homes to Cars, the Transitioning of the Suburbs,” by Benjamin Gennochio, 4/16/09

New York Times Magazine, Repurpose-Driven Life,” by Rob Walker, Sunday Times Magazine (Annual Architecture Edition), 6/14/09

Icon Magazine, Review: Big Box Reuse,” by William Wiles, April 2009

BookForum, Alien Nation,” by Tom Vanderbilt, March/April 2009

Dwell Magazine, “Big Box-Ology 101,” March 20, 2009

New York Review of Books, Do Schools Have to Be Boring?” by Alison Lurie, 12/18/08

New York Magazine, Approval Matrix,” (“Highbrow” and “Brilliant” Quadrant), 12/08/08

New York Times, Design Op-Ed, “What Will Save the Suburbs?” by Allison Arieff, 11/9/08

Architect’s Newspaper, Inside the Box,” by Phil Patton, 12/10/08

Library Journal, LJ Talks to Julia Christensen,” by Cynde Suite, 12/08/08

Foreword Magazine, “Big Box Reuse,” by Aimee Houser

Readymade Magazine, Dust Jacket, “Big Box Reuse,” by Matt Dorville, Oct/Nov 2008

Publisher’s Weekly, “Big Box Reuse Book Review,” 9/29/08

Washington Post, Big Box and Beyond,” by Joel Garreau, 11/16/08

Cleveland Plain Dealer, Delightful Big Box Reuse looks at how abandoned stores are being reinvented,” by Steve Litt, 11/16/08

Pittsburgh City Paper, “A new art exhibition looks at life after retail for abandoned big box stores,” by Charles Rosenblum, 9/4/08

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, “Art Preview: Artist shows how communities are reusing big box stores,” by Patricia Lowry, 9/3/08

New York Times, “Thinking Inside the Big Box,” by Eve Kahn, NYC, NY, 5/12/05

Artist Julia Christensen Works With NASA JPL,” by LACMA Art + Tech Lab
Waiting for a Break: A Project By Julia Christensen from Oberlin College on Vimeo.
Media Artist Julia Christensen Turns Old iPhones Into Art from Creative Capital on Vimeo.
Julia Christensen Presents “Upgrade Available” at the 2015 Creative Capital Retreat from Creative Capital on Vimeo.
Artist to Artist Podast: Cory Arcangel and Julia Christensen on Media Fluidity and Obsolescence,” produced by Creative Capital
Faculty Profile, Julia Christensen, produced by Oberlin College
“Once a Wal-Mart: The New Lives of Big Boxes,” All Things Considered, Elizabeth Blair
“Ice Becomes Art on the Shore of Lake Erie,” Great Lakes Today, NPR, Elizabeth Miller

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