2020              Beyond the Cinematic: Reinventing Chinese Martial Arts through New Media Art Practices Wayne Wong, Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, v.6, n.2-3, pp.343-366

2018              Presence: A Window into Chinese Contemporary Art Piers Masterson, ArtAsiaPacific, 9 April

2016              RoCH Redux Alice Ming-Wai Jim, Yishu, v.15, n.4 July/Aug

2016              Wuxia makes me nervous Henry Tsang, Yishu, v.15, n.4, July/Aug

2016              Return of the Condor Heroes Beccy Kennedy, Third Text Online, August

2016              A Minor Juridical Disturbance in the Global Archive Marquard Smith, MaHKUscript: Journal of Fine Art Research, v.1, n.1 (January)

2006              Journeys, Documenting, Indexing, Archives, and Practice-led Research conversation with Marquard Smith, Art Journal, v.65, n.4 (Winter issue)

2004              On Curating Cruel / Loving Bodies Sasha Su-ling Welland, Yishu (Winter issue)

2000              Ethnicities On The Move Diana Yeh, Critical Quarterly, v.42, n.2


2019              BBC Essex Peter Holmes interview at Firstsite, 17 March

2019              BBC News – Look East interview at Firstsite, 12 February

2018              BBC Essex Sadie Nine interview on New Geographies, 12 June

2018              BBC 4 Whoever Heard of a Black Artist? Pitch development and lead researcher, 30 July

2018              BBC Radio 4 Front Row segment on Diaspora Pavilion, 23 February

2017              Art Fund Curator interview: Phoebe Roberts on the Diaspora Pavilion 25 October

2017              BBC 2 Venice Biennale: British New Voices Diaspora Pavilion documentary, 2 September

2017              Tim Marlow at the 57th Venice Biennale: Far Flung Pavilions Sotheby’s Youtube, 31 May 

2017              BBC News Venice Biennale report including Diaspora Pavilion, 10 May

2012              BBC World Service – Weekend Strand interview at De La Warr Pavilion, 15 July

2008              BBC Newsnight interview on the Beijing Olympics, 8 August

2007              BBC Radio Manchester interview on DIY Ballroom/Live, 12 October



2021              Search for a digital national collection Andrew Jack, Financial Times, 22 November

2021              Two U.K arts organisations get $1M for Racial Equality Initiative Angelica Villa, Art News, 10 November

2021              Moving beyond Instagram‘s Black Square: new £800,0000 grant aims to support UK artists of colour Gareth Harris, The Art Newspaper, 10 November

2021              Two top art institutions given £800k to tackle racial inequality Aamna Mohdin, The Guardian, 10 November

2021              AHRC unveils digital collections research plan Simon Stephens, Museums Association, 21 September


2021              Glasgow International (part II) Catherine Spencer, Burlington Contemporary, 9 July

2021              Attention economy: Glasgow International John Quin, ArtReview, 22 June

2021              Glasgow International: a-n members in view Jack Hutchinson, a-n, 10 June

2019              This exhibition near London is dedicated to the area’s persecuted witches Time Out, 29 March

2019              Nine Minutes with artist susan pui san lok After Nyne, 26 March

2019              Firstsite’s future is looking really Rosie Rebecca Creed, Gazette, 2 March

2019              Exhibition of the Week Elephant Magazine, 1 March

2019              susan pui san lok: A COVEN A GROVE A STAND, 28 February

2019              susan pui san lok Wall Street International Magazine, 25 February

2019              Now Showing #283: The week’s top exhibitions Jack Hutchinson, a-n, 25 February

2019              The best things to watch, see and do this week in the UK Roisin Lanigan, i-D, 18 February

2019              susan pui san lok: A COVEN A GROVE A STAND Twin Factory, 18 February

2018              Artist to work with Firstsite on witch trial memorial Katherine Palmer, Gazette, 7 June

2018              New Geographies artists chosen for East‘s overlooked places BBC News online, 31 May

2018              Galleries and artists link up to showcase East Anglia landscape Maev Kennedy, The Guardian, 31 May


2018              The Diaspora Pavilion – a hit at last year’s Venice Biennale – is reborn in Wolverhampton  Gareth Harris, The Art Newspaper, 5 February

2018              Diaspora Pavilion Venice Moves to Wolverhampton for Restaging Artlyst, 5 February

2017              Art Review: Venice Biennale Waldemar Januszczak, The Times, 21 May

2017              Black Presences at the Venice Biennale M Neelika Jayawardane, Al Jazeera, 20 May

2017              Venice Around Town: A stroll through the off-site shows Matthew Mclean, Frieze, 16 May

2017              Venice Biennale 57 From An Artist’s Perspective – Hedley Roberts Picks Twelve Hedley Roberts, Artlyst, 15 May

2017             Venice 2017: 26 recommended pavilions, shows and works Binita Walia, a-n, 15 May

2017             Venice 2017 review: Britain at the Biennale – from Phyllidas folly to the Diaspora Pavilion Moira Jeffrey, a-n, 12 May

2017             Diaspora Pavilion at the Venice Biennale Caroline Douglas, Contemporary Art Society, 12 May

2017              Rogue Pavilions Wrestle with Venice Biennale’s National Structure Hettie Judah, Artnet News, 9 May

2017              New Nicholas Serota pavilion among this years Venice Biennale highlights Catherine Milner, Financial Times, 8 May

2017              Hans Ulrich Obrist’s Venice Sothebys Blog, 3 May


2016              An epic screening of a work based on epic source material Linda Pittwood, The Double Negative, June

2016              Here We Are En Liang Khong, Frieze, n.179, May

2015              Hit The North! The best exhibitions to see in the North of England in 2016 Richard Moss, Culture24,, 29 December 

2015              Now Showing #115: The week’s top exhibitions Jack Hutchinson, a-n, 28 September

2015              This week’s new exhibitions: Susan Pui San Lok, Prem Sahib, Anj Smith, Melanie Manchot, Marcus Coates, Ai Weiwei, Brass Art Robert Clarke, The Guardian, 19 September

2015              Five things in Derby you shouldn‘t miss this weekend Derby Telegraph, 18 September

2015              Chinese mythology, the Condor Trilogy and martial arts explored in QUAD exhibition, RoCH Fans and Legends Derby Telegraph, 11 September


2014              Arts visuels – Faster, Higher: le sport au service de l’art Milly Alexandra,, 23 April

2012              The Art of Dissent: Adventures in London’s Olympic State Sukhdev Sandhu, The Guardian, 31 July

2012              The Art of Dissent: Adventures in London’s Olympic State – review Sarah Birch, Hackney Citizen, 17 July

2012              Everything Flows Skye Sherwin, The Guardian Guide, 30 June

2009              Can You Take Sport And Art Mix In Your Stride? David Whetstone, The Journal, 16 September

2008              Top Five Galleries John Russell Taylor, The Times, 23 August

2008              Double Vision, Five Rings James Kidd, South China Morning Post, 6 July

2008              susan pui san lok: Faster, Higher Sajiid Rizvi, Eastern Art Report


2007              Chisenhale Biennale a­n magazine, November

2006              Golden Adele Tan, Third Text, n.82

2006              Golden Robert Clark, The Guardian Guide, 3 – 9 June

2006              susan pui san lok: Golden Catherine Moseley, a-n magazine, May/June


2005              Reassurance Robert Clark, The Guardian Guide, 30 July

2005              Reassuringly Unsure Tim Birch, City Life, July

2005              Take Another Look Lucie Davies, Metro (Manchester edition), 29 July

2005              Reassurance Martin Herbert, Time Out, 9 March, n.1803

2005              Reassurance BBC London feature, 24 February

2004              Cruel/Loving Bodies Xenia Tetmajer von Przerwa, Asian Art News, v.14, n.5

2003              The Translator’s Notes Sara Harrison, Art Monthly n.266

2002              Elements of Drawing Blind Julian Stallabrass, v.5, n.1

2002              Contemporary Chinese Arts in the International Arena Anthony Leung, Ming Pao Monthly (June issue)

1998              DEAL Mark Hooper, i­D n.199 (July)