“He Loves Me Not: Marriage and Paternalism in the Work of Tanja Ostojić,” forthcoming in Thresholds (MIT Press) — Spring 2020.

“Horseback Maid: Mary Sibande’s The Reign, from Johannesburg to Paris”, forthcoming in Consortium for Asian and African Studies: 9th Symposium (Presses de l’INALCO) — publication date TBA.

“Seeking Arrangement: Terms of Use,” in Phallacies, A Guide To The Field, Mountaindale, NY (curated by Leigh Claire La Berge, Caroline Woolard, and Paige Landesberg) — August 2019.

“He Loves Me Not: Tanja Ostojić and Daniela Ortiz, from EU Migration to Anti-Celebration,” Columbia University SynThesis — May 2019.

“Toward Art, Toward Torture: Drawing the Line in the Work of Santiago Sierra,” published in Lapis (New York University Press) — May 2019.

Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Columbia University, presents “He Loves Me Not: Marriage and Migration in the work of Tanja Ostojić” — April 2019.

The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; the Graduate Center, City University of New York; and the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art present “From Colonial Celebration to Contemporary Critique: Barcelona’s Columbus Monument and Daniela Ortiz’s Ofrenda” at the Annual Symposium of Latin American Art, New York -- April 2019.

Art History and Archeology, Columbia University, presents “From Celebration to Critique: Tanja Ostojić and Daniela Ortiz” at Graduate Colloquium, New York — April 2019.

Supermarket presents “IDP Africa”, curated by Angel Callander, Stockholm — April 2019.

Bump TV presents “IDP Africa”, curated by Scott McGovern — November 2018.

The Symposium of the Consortium for Asian and African Studies presents "Horseback Maid: Mary Sibande’s The Reign as Counter-Monument" in Minorities Between Globalization and Areal Approaches, INALCO, Paris -- October 2018.

Select extended labels for The Museum of Modern Art's Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done, organized by Ana Janevski, Curator, and Thomas J. Lax, Associate Curator, with Martha Joseph, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art, MoMA New York -- September 2018.

Haunted, music video for Paper Fairy. Music and lyrics by Chris Gaskell; directed by and starring Ivana Dizdar; cinematography by Brittany Shepherd -- Summer 2018.

Forest City Gallery presents Performance Panel: Lauren Chipeur, Ivana Dizdar, Francisco-Fernando Granados, London, Ontario -- July 2018.

Forest City Gallery presents IDP Africa at "In Attendance", London, Ontario -- July 2018. Online release to follow video premiere.

"Success and Failure: A Marriage", published by Peitho Collective for the exhibition Lust for Life: A Wedding at Pratt Institute, New York -- May 2018.

Under New Management presents Bidding War, Saw Video Media Art Centre, Ottawa -- May 2018.

Princeton University presents Panel Discussion: The Secret Life of Crowds, Betts Auditorium, Princeton University School of Architecture, Princeton -- April 2018.

"Looking for a Husband: Biopolitics and Citizenship in the Work of Tanja Ostojić", paper given at Princeton University in the Department of Comparative Literature, Betts Auditorium, School of Architecture, Princeton -- April 2018.

The Department of Slavic Languages at Columbia University presents In Conversation: Goran Marković and Ivana Dizdar, Hunter College, New York -- March 2018.

"Not Another Landscape: Intervention and Institutional Critique in the Work of Kent Monkman", paper given at the International Postgraduate Research Conference, held at Trinity College, Stanley Quek Theatre, Dublin -- March 2018.

The University of Toronto presents Artist Talk: Ivana Dizdar, Department of Visual Studies: Aesthetics of Everyday Life, North Borden, Toronto -- January 2018.

The School of Visual Arts presents Ivana Dizdar: An Introduction in "Bodily", CP Projects Space, New York -- December 2017.

Sluice Biennial and Ed Video present Bidding War, Bohemia Place, London, UK -- September-October 2017.

The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery presents Sunday Scene: Ivana Dizdar on Ydessa Hendeles' "The Milliner's Daughter", Toronto -- August 2017.

"Ed Pien: Corridor of Rain", presented by Curitiba Biennale, Brazil -- September 2017. Publication forthcoming.

Radio Laguna presents Artist Interview: Ivana Dizdar with guest Mark Lajhner, interviewed by Igor Blazevic on Blazina Svastara, Belgrade -- June 2017.

Y+ Contemporary presents Faking It: An Artist Talk by Ivana Dizdar and Alvin Luong, Scarborough -- April 2017.

The University of Toronto presents Ivana Dizdar: Being Someone Else, Department of Visual Studies: Visual Strategies, North Borden, Toronto -- March 2017.