PUBLICATIONS

Bibliography and Reviews:

Wozny, J. 2020. “TEXAS STUDIO: LINA DIB,” Arts and Culture Texas, March 11.
Gaines, T. 2019 “Magical Snowbirds Take Over Discovery Green in an Art Frenzy That Will Have You Seeing Double: A Wonderland for the Eyes and the Ears” Paper City, December 1.
Bagley, A. 2019. “Family Outing: Paloma bird event flies into Discovery Green,” Houston Chronicle, November 27.
Glentzer, M. 2019 “Discovery Green’s ‘Paloma’ takes flight with sound and light,” Houston Chronicle, November 26.
Delony, D. 2019. “200 glowing ‘origami’ birds have filled the trees at Discovery Green,” KHOU, November 26.
Tommaney, S. 2019. “10 Best Bets This Weekend in Houston,” Houston Press, November 21.
Foster, M. 2019. “Sculpture Month Houston Will Take You Out of This World: Outta Space delights as it questions our relationship to Earth and the cosmos. Houstonia, November 19.
Maiato, L. 2019. “Houston’s Outer Space Party Tests the Limits of Fundraising for Sculpture Month: When Art Appears in Unexpected Places,” Houstonia, November 19.

Glentzer, M. 2019. “Sculpture Month Houston gets trippy with ‘Outta Space,'” Houston Chronicle, November 14.
Anspon, C. 2019. “East End Bird Song” Paper City, June.
Sanchez, H. 2019. “Slow down and Listen: Lina Dib’s Breakthrough At Space HL” Glasstire, June, 24.
Glasstire Top Five: June 13, 2019.
Sanchez, H. 2019. “Who are the Houston Bio-Artists?” Glasstire, May 27.
Glentzer, M. 2019. “Houston sound artist Lina Dib has a tweet fest for you,” Houston Chronicle, May 21.
Glasstire Top Five. 2018. “Rainey Knudson and Brandon Zech on an interactive beach in Galveston, a gaggle of art collectives in Fort Worth, and a show of blue bloods in Houston,” Dec. 6
Union of Concerned Scientists. 2018. “Art for Science Rising: Artists drawing attention to the role science plays in our democracy,” Dec.
Santiago, A. 2018. “Bringing Science to Midtown Streets,” Clutch City Science. Nov 1.
Union of Concerned Scientists. 2018. “Artist Brings Coral Reef to Texas Pedestrians,”  Oct. 30.
Stuckey, A. 2018. “Coral Reef Art Exhibit to Show How Humans Can Damage These Ecosystems,” Houston Chronicle, Oct.3.

Lucas, P. 2018. “Art Experiences at Day for Night 2017,” Glasstire, Jan. 1.
Rodriguez, T. 2017. “Event Coverage: Day For Night,” MACG Magazine, Dec. 24.
Texas Monthly, 2017. “The Most Stunning Pieces From Day For Night Aren’t on Instagram,” Dec. 21.
Stapley-Brown, V. 2017. “High-Tech art in Houston: data-driven installation look at issues like Hurricane Harvey and mass incarceration,” The Art Newspaper, Dec. 18.
BWW News Desk, 2017. “Photo Flash: DAY FOR NIGHT Proves #HoustonStrong featuring Solange, Ryoji Ikeda, Nine Inch Nails, Cardi B and More,” Broadway World, Dec. 18.
Pasori, C. 2017. “How Art is Revolutionizing the Music Festival,” Vice: Garage, Dec. 13.
Shilcutt, K. 2017. “Rice University lecturer debuts video installation at Day for Night Festival,” Rice News, Dec. 13.
Middendorf, P. 2017. “Getting To Know the Artists: Lina Dib at Day for Night,” Free Press Houston, Dec. 7.
Tan, C. 2017. “JuiceBoxes Provide Space to Merge Art and Environment,” Rice Thresher, Sept. 27.
Mullenneaux, L. 2017. “The Vanishing Point: Artists Respond to Climate Change.” Persimmon Tree, v2, spring.
Middendorf, P. 2017. “Houston’s Arts Reach: The Overall Conversation,” Free Press Houston, April 25.
Haver, M. 2016. “Meet the Future: Fossilized Houston and Sounds of Extinction,” CENHS – Center for Energy and Environmental Research in the Sciences, Oct 12.
Murthy, D. 2016. “Waves of Thinking: Exploring Sound with Abinadi Meza and Lina Dib,” Arts + Culture Texas, June
Festa, E. 2016. “Ethnographic Films: Supporting Visual Assignments,” WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship, Feb.
Glentzer, M. 2016. “Silos Make Fun Site for Art Installation,” Houston Chronicle, Jan 20.
Loomis, J. 2016. “SO! Amplifies: Sounding Board Curated by Leonardo Cardoso,” Sounding Out, Jan 18.
Stoller, P. 2015. “On the margins of anthropology,” Huffington Post, Dec 2.
Tommaney, S. 2015. “Art League Houston Breaks Through Walls to Give Indebted Artists a Voice,” Houston Press, Nov 27.
Mendoza, L. 2015. “Interdisciplinary gallery opens in arts district,” Rice Thresher, Nov 10.
Tommaney, S. 2015. “Repurposed Rice Silos Play Host to Mysterious, Surreal World,” Houston Press, Nov 9.
Cohen, M. 2015. “Local art makes for a wonderful ‘SITE’,” The Leader, Nov 5.
Glentzer, M. 2015. “SITE Houston Turns Silos into Art,” Houston Chronicle, Nov. 5
Anspon, C. 2015. “The Ridiculous and the Sublime: Hijinks and High Points at Houston Fine Art Fair as Changes Loom,” Paper City, Sept. 17.
Woods, D. 2015. “Fossilized Houston,” Free Press Houston, July
Howell, H. 2015. FoxNews26, June 8.
Falk, J. 2015. “Putting Climate Change and Endangered Species in Focus,” Rice News, May 18.
Bilodeau, C. 2015. “Pursuing Active Hope in Houston,” Artists and Climate Change, May 12.
Schneider-Mayerson, M. 2015. “The story behind those endangered-species signs and stickers,” Gray Matters. Houston Chronicle, May 8.
Bornstein, C. 2015. “Artist Feature: Lina Dib,” Tx/Rx labs, May 6.
Tommaney, S. 2015. “Round 9: A B C D,” Houston Press, May.
Newton, P. 2015. “Free Yard Activism in Houston!” Edinger, C. I. 2015 . “Remixing 20th Century Media. Crossing Disciplines: Art and Anthropology.” Anthropology News, Jan 5.
Davenport, B. 2014 “
Josh Bernstein, JooYoung Choi and Lina Dib named Lawndale’s New Artist-Residents,” Glasstire, Aug 2.
Living Art, 2013. KPFT-FM Houston, Interview, Dec 5.
Osborne, A. 2013. “‘MURMURATIONS’ Sets the Tone at Lawndale Art Center,” Houston Press, September 12-18.
Griffith, M. 2013. “Bellaire, Texas – ‘It’s a Phase’: Russ Pitman Park,” Sculpture, September.
Glentzer, M. 2013. “Spoken: Multimedia artist Lina Dib,” Houston Chronicle, August 30.
Camplin, T. 2012. “Botany of Desire,” Modernhouston, July.
Schneider, C. 2012. “It’s a Phase at Russ Pitman Park,” Glasstire, May 2.
Wukman, A. 2012. “Art Comes to Bellaire with It’s a Phase,” Free Press Houston, April 6.
Zastudil, N. 2012. “Park Place Projects: The Art of Russ Pitman Park,” Arts + Culture Magazine Houston, April.
Campbell, C. 2011. “Terminus: Ethnographic Terminalia,” Visual Anthropology Review 27(1): 52-56.
Hennessy, K. et al. 2011. “Ethnographic Terminalia 2010: New Orleans—27 Works,” Visual Anthropology Review 27(1): 57-74.
Boyer, D. 2011. “A Gallery of Prototypes,” Visual Anthropology Review 27(1): 94-96.
Rozelle, J. W. 2010. “Engaging with the Everyday,” Rice Magazine, December.
Morris, B. 2010. “Art and academia align at Freret gallery,” Uptown Messenger, Nov 18.
Afra, O. 2010. “Interview: Lina Dib and Sounds for Stairs,” Free Press Houston, October.
Anspon, C. D. 2010. “Art Notes: Alternative Action/Rock ’n’ Roll: Recommended,” Paper City  Magazine, October.

***

Publications:
    
Dib, L. 2019. “Artist notes,” Discovery Green.
Dib, L. 2017. “Audible Observatories: Notes on Performances,” Between Matter and Method: New Work in the Anthropology of the Arts. Peterson, Marina and Gretchen Bakke, 191-206. New York: Bloomsbury.

Dib, L. 2017. “Sonic Breakdown, Extinction and Memory. continent. Issue 6.1 / 2017: 18-19.
Dib, L. 2012. “The Forgetting Dis-ease: Making Time Matter,” In Feminist Theory out of Science, Special Edition, Eds. Sophia Roosth and Astrid Schrader, differences: A Journal of Feminist     Cultural Studies 25:3: 42-73.
Dib, L. 2010. “Of Promises and Prototypes: The Archeology of the Future,” In Prototyping Prototyping, Ed. Christopher M. Kelty, LIMN 0.0
Petrelli, D., Villar, N., Kalnikaite, V., Dib, L., Whittaker, S. 2010. “FM Radio: Family Interplay with Sonic Mementos,” In Computer Human Interaction (CHI), ACM Press 2371-2380

Dib, L., Whittaker, S., Petrelli, D. 2010. “Sonic Souvenirs: Exploring the Paradoxes of Recorded Sound for Family Remembering,” In Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), ACM Press 391-400. Nominated for best paper award
Dib, L. 2008. “Memory as Concept in the Design of Digital Recording Devices,” In New Methods, New Challenges: Anthropology and New Technologies, Special Edition, Alterites 5.1: 38-53

Dib, L., and Kalnikaite, V. 2008. “Sketching and Contextualizing Sonic Family Memories,” In Designing for Families Workshop proc., Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)