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BIBLIOGRAPHY
2018 – Frankenstein: The Liverpool and Knowsley Book Art Exhibition. Visit website.

Cosmopolitanism, Markets, and Consumption: A Critical Global Perspective
Eds. Julie Emontspool and Ian Woodward, Pub. Springer 2017  

2013 – 2013 Garageland Reviews. Review by Joe Turnbull of ‘In This Fragile Place’ Visit website

2012 – Eight Reflections on Helen Scalway’s conversations with Gail Davies   Kaushik Sunder Rajan, University of Chicago
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THE CONTEMPORARY FLANEUSE, pages in Technologies and Utopias: The cyberflaneur and the experience of ‘being online’ Maren Hartman, Reinhard Fischer Verlag, 2004

Review by Erica Warren, Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide, vol 6 issue 1 Spring 2007, Visit website

TRAVELLING BLIND Pages in an essay by Charlotte Brunsdon in Electronic Elsewheres: Media, Technology, and the Experience of Social Space, eds. Chris Berry, Soyoung Kim and Lynn Spigel, University of Minnesota Press, 2010

THE BIG PICTURE PODIUM, Arts and Humanities Research Council Publication, Spring 2010

MOVING PATTERNS Victoria and Albert Museum website Visit website.

THE BRITISH SARI STORY

NEGOTIATIONS The Independent, February 7th 1999 ‘Public View: Adventures in Contemporary Art’ no 18, Duncan McLaren

 CONTRIBUTIONS TO BOOKS

EXPERIMENTAL GEOGRAPHIES
Ed. Angela Last, Wiley 2012

PLACES AND SPACES, essay and images in British Asian Style, eds. Christopher Breward and Phil Crang, V&A Publishing, 2010.

HOUSE TEXTILE, image in Diasporas: Concepts, Intersections, Identities, eds. Kim Knott and Sean McLoughlin, Zed Books, 2010

THE CONTEMPORARY FLANEUSE, chapter in The Invisible Flaneuse: Gender, Public Space and Visual Culture in Nineteenth Century Paris, eds. Aruna D’Souza and Tom McDonough, Manchester University Press, 2006

THE CONTEMPORARY FLANEUSE, essay, (La Flaneuse Contemporaine), in RADIOTEMPORAIRE, eds. Alejandra Riera, Caecilia Tripp et al., Le Magasin, Centre d’Art Contemporain, Universities of Grenoble and Geneva, 2002

TRAVELLING BLIND, text of artist’s book and cover art, in CITY FRAGMENTS A/Z, eds. Steve Pile and Nigel Thrift, Routledge, London, 2000

TRAVELLING BLIND: May 2012, Mind The Map: Inspiring Art, Design and Cartography, Lund Humphries, book accompanying Mind The Map exhibition at London Transport Museum

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Contributions to ‘Fashioning Diaspora Space’, web pages on V&A website

Artist’s blog, V&A website, 2007-2009

ORNAMENT, MEMORY AND THE COSMOPOLITAN CITY, The Journal of Romance Studies, London University, 7:1, Spring 2007

A PATOIS OF PATTERN: Memory in the Cosmopolitan City, article and images, Journal of Cultural Geography, June 2006

THE CONTEMPORARY FLANEUSE (La Flaneuse Contemporaine) essay and images, in FACES 51, Journal d’Art et d’Architecture, University of Geneva, Autumn 2002

A PATOIS OF PATTERN, Artists Book, Curwen Studio, 2005, in University of the West Of England’s Artists Book Collection: Royal Holloway, University of London, Rare Books Collection, Egham, Surrey: Winchester School of Art Artists Book Collection and website

TRAVELLING BLIND, Artists Book, 1996 in Artists Book Collection, Chelsea College of Art, and London Transport Museum Contemporary Art Collection.