stephanie syjuco



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Publications as author/contributor

“Stephanie Syjuco,” The Artist as Culture Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life. Ed. Sharon Louden, Intellect Books, distributed by University of Chicago Press, 2017.

Artwork commission, “Visible Effects of the Invisible,” for feature article “The Digital Non-Visitor,” Art in America, New York, October, 2016.

"Stephanie Syjuco: On FREE BEER (The Act of Drinking Beer is the Highest Form of Art," SFMOMA 360: Views on the Collection, softcover, 360 pages.

Artwork commission "Stephanie Syjuco: Market Forces," Art in Print, Vol 5, No. 3, November - December issue, 2015, Chicago, IL.

Artwork commission, "Speculative Propositions: A Visual Pattern Sampler," ArtMargins, Vol 4, Issue 3, October 2015. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2015.

"Vignettes: The Counterfeit Crochet Project." Journal of Design Strategies,Vol 7: Alternative Fashion Systems. Ed. Otto Von Busch. New York: Parsons The New School for Design, 2015.

 “Stephanie Syjuco, Antifactory.” Feminism Art Theory: An Anthology. Ed. Hillary Robinson, San Francisco: John Wiley & Sons, April 20, 2015.

 “Dear Student…” Akademie X: Lessons in Art and Life,Ed. David Spalding. London, UK: Phaidon, 2014.

Catalog essay, "Lossy" exibition, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE

Guest writer, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Open Space Blog.

Reviews, essays, and articles


Hotchkiss, Sarah, "With Fabric Banners, Stephanie Syjuco Shares Patterns for Protest" KQED Arts, January 30, 2017 (online).
Mitchell, Laura, "Handiwork," Open Space, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, February 16, 2017 (online).


Art Monthly UK, feature image, "Illiquid Assets," by Morgan Quaintance, London, July/August issue.
Susan Caraballo,
catalog essay for "The Future Isn't What it Used to Be," small format, Vol. 6, Winter, Artcenter South Florida, FL, January 2016.
Curiel, Jonathan,
"Colonial Mentality," The SF Weekly, San Francisco, CA, June 29, 2016.
Desmarais, Charles,
"Review: Neutral Calibration Studies," San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, CA,
June 10, 2016.
ibid, "The Top 10 Visual Arts Events of 2016," San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 23, 2016.
Ditzig, Kathleen, "Critic's Pick: Double Vision at NUS Museum, National University of Singapore," (online).
Gipe, Lawrence, "Stephanie Syjuco @ Catharine Clark," (online), June 29.
Annette Gilbert, "Illegitimate Legitimate Copies: A Grey Area in Dealing with Literary Works," in "The Aesthetics and Ethics of Copying." Ed. Darren Hudson Hick, Reinold Schmucker. Bloomsbury Publishing, London, UK, October 2016.
Glentzer, Molly, "Exhibit of work by activist artists is subversive, thoughtful, and hilarious," Houston Chronicle, January 29, 2016.
Holmes, Emily, "The Colonial Histories of Colors and Patterns," Hyperallergic, August 23, 2016.
Stanislaw Ruksza, catalog essay for "The Wall. Art Face to Face with Borders," Imago Mundi Foundation in Cooperation with CSW Kronika, Bytom, Poland and careof DOCVA, Milan, Italy, 2016.
Perez, Siddhartha, catalog essay for "Double Vision" exhibition, National University of Singapore Museum, June 2016.


Allen, Gwen, "Review: Alien She," College Art Association Reviews (online), New York, April 23, 2015.
Burke, Sarah,
"Collective Intervention: 'Public Works: Artists' Interventions 1970s—now,' East Bay Express, Arts and Culture section, Sept 30.
Chamberlain, Rachel,
"5 Highlights from the Asian Art Biennial," Art Radar, (online), Sept 10.
Chun, Kimberly,
"Women with big impact in public art," San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 2.
Delson, Susan,
"Bienal Snapshot: Between, Inside, Outside," Cuban Art News (online), June 25.
Farber, Paul,
"Reading Rubble," catalog essay for exhibition "Stephanie Syjuco: American Rubble (Micro-monuments)," Haverford College, Haverford, PA, Oct. 2015.
"Crossing Over," catalog essay for "The Wall in Our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall," Goethe-Institut Washington DC, October 2014.
Fried, Michelle,
"A group show takes aim at gun culture," Arts Review + Features, Pittsburgh City Paper, April 8.
Gelt, Jessica,
"Riot Grrrls stake a new space in 'Alien She'," Los Angeles Times, March 29.
Gerrity, Jean, "Critics Pick: Public Works,", Oct 14, 2015.
Golonu, Berin. FLACC Workplace for Visual Artists, catalog essay for "Empire/Other" project, Genk, Belgium.
Hart, Hugh, "Still Rioting After All These Years: Alien She Spotlights a Movement That's Still Influencing Women Today," Fast Company (online), Feb. 17.
Holmes, Emily K., "Little Rebellions: Women and Robots at di Rosa," Art Practical (online), April 7.
Huang, Iris Shu-Ping, "Artist Making Movement: Contestation and Construction in Contemporary Asian Art," catalog essay for the 2015 Asian Art Biennial exhibition, National Taiwan Fine Arts Museum, Taichung, Taiwan, Sept. 2015.
Holmes, Hui-Yu, "Asian Art Biennial: Artists Making Movement kicks off at NTMFA," Taiwan News, September 21.
Munoz-Alonso, Lorena "12 Must-Read Tips for a Successful Career in the Art World" (online), April 6.
Quick, Genevieve, "Locating Technology: Raiders and Empires" Art Practical (online), San Francisco, CA., October.
Scollon, Erik, "Exhibition Review: Alien She," Journal of Modern Craft, Volume 8, Issue 2, published by Taylor and Francis, October.
Silva, Valentina, "Revisiting My Riot Grrrl Days: 'Alien She' is an exhibit worth a drive to OC," (online), Mar 5.

Stone, Cynthia and Joe Matazzoni, "Reframed: Artists Seeking Social Change Bring the Public into the Picture," KQED video segment in collaboration with SFMOMA On the Go (online), San Francisco, April 24, 2014.
"The Handbook of Textile Culture," Ed. Janis Jefferies, Diana Wood Conroy, and Hazel Clark. Bloomsbury Academic, London, UK, Dec. 17, 2015.


Delaunay, Monique. "Recology Artist in Residence Exhibition 2013," SF Art Enthusiast (online), San Francisco, February 5.
East Bay Express (online), "Riot Grrrl Gets the Gallery Treatment in Alien She," November 5.
Farber, Paul. "The Wall in Our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall," catalog essay, Goethe-Institut Washington DC, October.
Flores, Patrick, "Polytropic Philippine: Intimating the World in Pieces," essay in "Contemporary Asian Art and Exhibitions: Connectivities and World-making." Ed. Caroline Turner and Michelle Antoinette. ANU Press, Australian National University, Canberra, November 2014.
Frieling, Rudolf. "The museum as producer: processing art and performing a collection," "New Collecting: Exhibiting and Audiences After New Media" (book), edited by Beryl Graham, Ashgate Publishing, UK.
ibid, "The Pasts as Future: The Museum as Producer and Performer," in "Possible Futures: art, museums, and digital archives." Ed. Ana Goncalves Magalhaes, Giselle Beiguelman. Editora Peiropolois, LTDA, Jan. 2014.
Frock, Christian.
"Mission Local Announces Tech Bus Design Contest Winner," KQED (online), San Francisco.
ibid. "Alien She Exhibit Explores the Connection Between Punk Rock and Fine Art," KQED (online), San Francisco, Nov. 2.
ibid. "Riot Grrrls Come of Age in YBCA Show," San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 3.
ibid. "Hell No, We Won't Go: Outstanding Radical Art and Global Movements in 2014," KQED (online), December 29.
Greer, Betsy, "Craftivism: The Art of Craft and Activism." Arsenal Pulp Press, Vancouver, British Columbia, April 2014.
Haines, Chelsea. (online), "Critic's Pick: Pittsburgh: Alien She," Jan.
Horvath, Gergo. Bucharest Biennial catalog entry, Bucharest, Romania, May.
Lefebvre, Sam. "Riot Grrrl gets the Gallery Treatment in Alien She," East Bay Express, Oakland, CA, Nov. 5.
Margolis-Pineo, Sarah. "Stephanie Syjuco: Utilitarian Fiction," Surface Design Journal, Fall edition, pp 32-37, Albuquerque, NM.
Matthews, Lydia. "Rubble, Riches, Treasure, Trash," Artisterium Festival 2014 catalog entry, Tbilisi International Art Exhibition and Art Events, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, November.
McDade, Marci Ray. "Camp CARPA: Craftivism in the Desert," Surface Design Association (online), Albuquerque, NM, April 7, 2014.
Roth, David. "Stephanie Syjuco & Yulia Pinkusevich at Recology," Square Cylinder (online), January 26
Ruksza,Stanislaw, "Plica Polonica," CW Kronica, Bytom, Poland, 2014.
Solnit, Rebecca. "Resisting Monoculture," Guernica Magazine (online), New York, January 7.
ibid. "The Encyclopedia of Trouble and Spaciousness," Trinity University Press, 344 pages, Nov. 11.
Soulellis, Paul. "Performing Publishing: Infrathin Tales from the Printed Web," Hyperallergic (online), Dec. 2, 2014.
Tedford, Matthew Harrison. "Alien She Exhibit Explores the Connection Between Punk Rock and Fine Art,” KQED (online), Visual Arts: Review, Oct. 30, 2014
Takumi, Rie. "Migrant artists share their vision of a 'new Filipino' in Hong Kong exhibit," GMA News (online), April 13.
Vikram, Anuradha. "#Hashtags: Culture, Class, and the New Economy," Dailyserving (online), San Francisco, January 27.
Von Busch, Otto, "Fashion Hacking" in "Design as Future Making." Ed. Susan Yelavich, Barbara Adams. Bloomsbury Academic, London, UK, November 2014.
Wahl, Jonathan, "On the Verge," Metalsmith, Vol. 34, Issue 3, p24-27, June 1, 2014.


Art21 Blog (online), Santos, Dorothy, "The Open Internet: From Virtuality to Physicality," August 8.
Bad at Sports (online), "Interview with Dominic Willsdon and Frank Smigiel," May 28.
Center for Art + Thought (online), "Sea, Land, Air," August.
Chicago Tribune,
Ise, Claudine, "Review: A New Style of Communication," July 31.
"Contemporary Art: 1989 to the Present" (book), Smigiel, Frank, "A Producer's Journal, or Judgement A-Go-Go," edited by Suzanne Hudson, Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, West Sussex, UK.
Flores, Patrick, "Delicacy and Danger," Third Text, Routledge, January 2013, Vol. 27, Issue 1, 95-107.
"The Global Contemporary and the Rise of New Art Worlds" (book), Belting, Hans, The MIT Press, 464 pages.
The Huffington Post (online), Brooks, Katherine, "First Riot Grrrl Exhibition Explores the Lasting Impact of the Punk Feminist Movement," Sept. 28.
KUSS-Magazine, artist spread, Ausgabe Nr. 13, Zurich, Switzerland
Los Angeles Magazine,
Lower, Jenny, "So You Want a Dior Handbag? Make it Yourself" March 1.
"Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still-Life Tradition" (book), Petry, Michael, 288 pages, Thames and Hudson, London.
Pittsburgh City Paper,
Michelle Fried, Alien She explores riot-grrrl's influence on art and culture, Nov. 27, 2013.
SF Arts Quarterly,
Smith, Stephanie and Ariel Rosen, "Stephanie Syjuco," Issue 13, San Francisco, April.
SF Arts Quarterly, McKinney, Kathryn, "Review: This is the Sound of Someone Losing the Plot at Catharine Clark Gallery," Sept.
Wasafiri: International Contemporary Writing, Bernabe, Jan Christian, "Stephanie Syjuco 'Blows Up' the Black Market Series," Open University and Routledge Press, London, August.


Abitare (online), "Mind the System, Find the Gap at Z33" May 30.
Art Practical
(online), Zarobell, John, "Review: International Orange," June 14.
Betabeat (online), Kelly Faircloth, "For Real? Betabeat Goes Shopping for Made-Up Brands,"November 19.
Boing Boing
(online), Doctorow, Cory, "Imaginary Orange Gift Shop for Golden Gate Bridge," , June 6.
The California Report (audio): Shafer, Scott, "Commemorating the Golden Gate Bridge in Art," May 18-20
Honolulu Star Advertiser, Kam, Nadine, "Crafty Counterfeiters," Honolulu, Hawaii, June 21.
KQED Arts (online),Farr, Kristin, "Stephanie Syjuco's International Orange: A Proposition," May 22.
KQED Arts (online), Frock, Christian, "FOR-SITE Foundation Celebrates Golden Gate Bridge with International Orange," June 2.
New Scientist (online), Giles, Jim, "Visualizing the Hidden Networks of Silicon Valley," September.
The New York Times, Kino, Carol, "A Bridge's Golden Years," June 7.
San Francisco Chronicle, Whiting, Sam, "International Orange Commemorative Store as Art," May 20.
Surface Asia, Jao, Carren, "Black Market Economist," February.
Wired (online), Swaby, Rachel, "Painting the Store Red," June 5.
Z33 Contemporary Art Space, "Mind the System, Find the Gap" exhibition catalog, Hasselt, Belgium.


Artforum, Allen, Gwen, "Review: Stephanie Syjuco at Catharine Clark Gallery," October.
Bryan-Wison, Julia, "Sewing Notions," pp 73-4, February.
Art Practical
(online): Malouk, Elyse, "American Road Signs: Landfill Part 3: Landfill Quarterly," San Francisco, June.
Art Practical (online): Roseborough, Tim, "Op-Ed: A Site of Curatorial Destabilization: Stephanie Syjuco's Shadowshop," San Francisco, May 5.
Art Practical (online): Mallouk, Elyse, "American Road Signs: Landfill Part 3: Landfill Quarterly" San Francisco, June 1.
Art Practical (online): Helfand, Glen, "Best of: Year Two" San Francisco, August 11.
Columbus Museum of Art, Adamson, Glenn and Lisa Dent, "Pattern Migration," exhibition catalogue, Ohio, September.
Crafts Magazine, Adamson, Glenn, "Firestarter: William Morris, Then and Now," Crafts Council UK, London, May/June issue.
Dailyserving (online), Haas, Maggie, "Counter-Invasion: Stephanie Syjuco at Catharine Clark," June 13.
SFMOMA Open Space Blog
(online), Brown, Brandon, "Bohemia of Finances, Pt. 5," April.
SFMOMA Open Space Blog
(online), Smigiel, Frank, "Individual Actions and Small Change, or Artists as Producers," April 18.
San Francisco Bay Guardian,
Sussman, Matt, "Fake Out," June 29.
Zyzzyva (online), Bigman, Alexander, "From a Treasured Vase to a Cutout: Stephanie Syjuco's Solo Show 'Raiders'," June 8.


7x7 Magazine (online): Berger, Shoshana, "SFMOMA's Pop-Up Shadowshop" November 30.
Hudson, Suzanne, "Review: 1969 at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center," March issue, New York.
(online), Ise, Claudine, "Critics Pick: Chicago: Stephanie Syjuco, Gallery 400,"October.
Art Practical
(online), Mallouk, Elyse, "Review: Beg/Borrow/Steal," May, Issue #14, San Francisco.
Art Practical
(online), Maloney, Patricia, "Review: Shadowshop, Stephanie Syjuco," San Francisco, CA, November.
Art Practical
(online), Quick, Genevieve, "Year One: Best Of," San Francisco, CA, August.
Art Practical
(online), Yap, Christine Wong, "Year One: Best Of,"San Francisco, CA, August.
Artillery Magazine,
Vikram, Anuradha, "Bay Area Emergent: Galleries & Artists put San Francisco Back on the Map," Los Angeles, May.
The Chicago Tribune,
Waxman, Lori, "Things, Thingys, Thingies Made Real," October 15.
DesignNet Korea,
July issue, Seoul, Korea.
KQED Arts online, Farr, Kristin, "Shadowshop at SFMOMA," December 9.
"Modern Art For Sale: Die Bedeutendsten Kunstmessen der Welt" (book), Werner, Henry, published by Richter Fey, Germany, 224 pages, in German.
Newcity Art blog, Golden, Regen, "Review: Stephanie Syjuco/Gallery 400," Chicago, September 20.
San Francisco Bay Guardian, Young, Spencer, "Color Forms: Three artists use copyedit, counterfeit, and tech to tease art out of context," Visual Arts section, May 4.
Time Out Chicago, Pearson, Laura, "Review: Stephanie Syjuco," September 29.
Visual Arts Ireland, cover image, March-April, Issue 2, published by Visual Artists Ireland, Dublin.


Art+Culture (online), Orendorff, Danny, “Profile: Stephanie Syjuco,” April.
Art Fag City
(online), Johnson, Paddy, "Iteration: The Most Telling Statement of the Fair?" Thursday, October 15.
Art In America
(online), Carlson, Michelle, “Small Encampments: Stephanie Syjuco Searches for Home,” April 29.
Art Papers, Gayer, John, “Review: Stephanie Syjuco: Dublin + Galway, Ireland,” September/October. (online), “Stephanie Syjuco: Total Fabrications at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston,” January 4. (online), Douglas, Sarah, "Faking It at Frieze," October 17.
ARTslant New York (online), Ferguson, Benjamin, "Frieze Projects by Frieze Foundation,"October 19.
ARTslant San Francisco (online), Beardshear, Kristi, "Rejection Nation," May 2.
The Brown Daily Herald, Matthews, Anita, “’Inappropriate’ re-envisions appropriation,” Brown University, Providence, RI, April 14.
Brown University, Soderman, Braxton, catalog essay, “Inappropriate Covers,” Providence, RI, April.
Domus Web (online), "Stephanie Syjuco: Copystand," Italy, October 19.
The Financial Times, Aspden, Peter, "Frieze Art Fair: Mix of worldly and weird," London, UK, October 15.
Frieze Publishing Ltd, Wakefield, Neville, "Frieze Projects Interview: Stephanie Syjuco," Frieze Art Fair Yearbook 2009-10, London, UK (catalog).
The Guardian UK, Higgins, Charlotte, "Roll up for moody modern masterpieces: it's the Frieze art fair," London, UK, October 14.
The Guardian UK (online), Audio-visual gallery, "Frieze art fair: your very own private view," London, UK, October 14.
Houston Press, Schulze, Troy, “Capsule Art Review: Perspectives 164: Stephanie Syjuco,” Houston, TX, February.
The Irish Times, Mahoney, Donald, "The art of imitation," Life & Culture Features section, October 23.
Jonkoping lans Museum, Alvik, Clara, and von Busch, Otto, "Handarbeta for En Battre Varld," exhibition catalog in Swedish for "Craftwerk 2.0" exhibition, Sweden.
London Evening Standard, Jury, Louise, "A-Listers flock to Frieze Art Fair," London, UK, October 14.
London Evening Standard, McKay, Alastair, "An artist's guide to Frieze," Arts & Exhibitions News, London, UK, October 16.
The New York Times, Vogel, Carol, "Cunning After Caution at London Art Fair," Art & Design section, New York, October 16.
The New York Times (online), Vogel, Carol, "Notes from the Frieze: Imitation as Art (and Commerce), October 16.
The New York Times, Cotter, Holland, "Art Review: 1969; The Year of Tumult," October 29.
The New York Times (online), Image slide show, "Frieze Art Fair 2009," October 16.
The New York Times (online), Image slide show, "The Art of 1969," October 30.
The Observer, Sawyer, Miranda, "Dealers are not deaf to the times," London, UK, October 18.
The Online NewsHour, Finnegan, Molly, “Common Threads,” Art Beat section,, March 23.
SFMOMA Open Space (online), Syjuco, Stephanie, “On Letting Them Do It Themselves: Activated Anarchy vs. Designed Intentions,” January 27.
The Scotsman, Cornwell, Tim, "Frieze Frame,"Edinburgh, Scotland, October 16.
Seattle Weekly, Hobart, Erica, “Stephanie Syjuco: The Village (Small Encampments),” Events section, April 9.
The Times UK, Muir, Kate, "Scenes from Frieze Art Fair in an age of austerity," Arts & Entertainment, London, UK, October 17.
Triennale Design Museum, Dritto Rovescio (exhibition catalog), Milan Triennale, Milan, Italy.
The Wall Street Journal, Crow, Kelly, "Frieze Art Fair Opens to Steady Sales, Gray Art," October 15.


American Craft,
Gschwandtner, Sabrina, "Let 'em Eat Cake," August/September.
Van Proyen, Mark, "We Interrupt Your Program at Mills College Art Museum," May, Volume 39, Issue 4, Palo Alto, CA.
Contemporary Arts Museum Houston,
Goldsmith, Meredith, catalog essay: "Stephanie Syjuco: Total Fabrications,"
"Tactile: High Touch Visuals"
(book), ed. Klanten, Robert, Dvg publications, Germany.
East Bay Express,
Cheng, DeWitt, "Gray Area: We Interrupt Your Program looks at those important messages," January 30.
Exposure: The Journal of the Society for Photographic Education, Gaston, Diana, "Diana Gaston in Conversation with Jo Whaley and Stephanie Syjuco,” February.
Frieze: Myers, Julian, "We interrupt Your Program," May.
"Handmade Nation: The Rise of DIY Art, Craft, and Design" (book), Levine, Faythe, & Heimerl, Cortney, Princeton Architectural Press, NJ, October.
"Handmade Nation, The Rise of DIY Art, Craft, and Design," (documentary film), Levine, Faythe, & Heimerl, Cortney, New Jersey, November.
KPIX, CBS Channel 5, Bay Sunday segment interview, "Women, Art & Poltics," San Francisco, original air date April 13.
KQED, Spark television documentary episode, "Salimpour, Syjuco, and Yi," San Francisco, original air date May 7.
Marie Clare Philippines, Ladia, Lian, "Pinay & Proud: Stephanie Syjuco," Manila, Philippines, August.
Mills College Art Museum, Tanner, Marcia, "We Interrupt Your Program" exhibition catalog, Oakland, CA., Cornell, Lauren, "We Interrupt Your Program at Mills College," January 23
SF Camerawork Journal, cover image, San Francisco, CA, February.
SF Weekly, Leaverton, Michael, "Bag Ladies," San Francisco, CA, April 9.
SF Weekly, Vogel, Traci, "YBCA women's show revives the F word," San Francisco, CA, April 16.
San Francisco Bay Guardian, Whiteside, Amber, "Watch What She Makes: "The Way That We Rhyme" hurls feminist art into the present," San Francisco, CA, April 16.
San Francisco Chronicle, Baker, Kenneth, "Review: We are women, hear us roar at YBCA," April 9.
The San Francisco Examiner, Troup, Christina, "Women Artists Talk Politics," March.
The Stranger, Graves, Jen, "Hold Still: Message in a Bottle at James Harris Gallery," Seattle, WA. Visual Arts section, February 19. (online), Honigman, Anna Finel, "Style File: Knit Wit," March 27.
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Golonu, Berin, catalog essay, "The Way That We Rhyme: Women, Art & Politics," San Francisco, CA.


Teruya, Weston, "Do Pirates Dream of Pixelated Sheep? Asian American Identity & Pirate Futurism in Contemporary Art," published by the California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA.
Contemporary Art & Investment,
Yao, Pauline, "Forged Realities: Stephanie Syjuco," Beijing, China, April.
Craft: Transforming Traditional Crafts,
Johnson, Garth, "The Counterfeit Crochet Project," Volume 2, January.
Flash Art,
Maggio, Meg, "Review: Forged Realities, Universal Studios, Beijing," October.
Garanti Gallery,
Von Busch, Otto, "Hackers and Haute Couture Heretics," catalog essay, Istanbul, Turkey.
Kitchen Sink Magazine,
Goe, Tara, "Portfolio: Stephanie Syjuco: Counterfeit Artist" Oakland, CA, January 1.
Mills College Art Museum,
Bishop, Janet, "Take 2: Women Revisit Art History" exhibition catalog, Oakland, CA.
Pacific Time (radio broadcast), Nguyen, Duc Qui, "Artists Riff on Knockoffs," May 10, 2007, KQED
Pearl Necklace, Everman, Victoria, “Stephanie Syjuco: Capitalism’s Worst Enemy,” Vol. 2, Issue 2.
Phiiippine Inquirer, Dumancas, Pedro, "Galleon Trade:' Fil-Am exodus back to the motherland," Manila, Philippines, August 6.
San Francisco Bay Guardian, Martin, Stacy, "Review: Take 2: Women Revisit Art History," Feb. 14.


Art In America,
Cash, Stephanie, "New and Now," New York, January.
Art on Paper,
Jana, Reena, "It Takes a Village," New York, NY, Sept/Oct.
Bing, Alison, "Review: Past Lives and Personal Exorcisms," San Jose, CA, February.
BUST magazine, Johnson, Stephanie, "Designing Women," New York, August.
The Contemporary Museum Honolulu, Baysa, Koan Jeff and Theo Gonzalvez, "Alimatuan: The Artist as American Filipino," exhibition catalog published by HI.
Fillip Review, artist insert, Issue #4, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Honolulu Weekly, Morse, Marcia, "Point of Departure," July 19.
Southern Exposure Gallery, Sevier, Emily, "Practice Makes Perfect," exhibition catalog, San Francisco, CA.
Neighborhood Public Radio, Throwell, Zefrey, “Frank Prattle,” radio interview, San Francisco, CA, October.
SF Weekly, Leaverton, Michael, “Curator Vs. Curator,” August 1.
The San Francisco Chronicle, Harmanci, Reyhan, "Four on One: The curator's role has become influential. This show puts the spotlight on them." Thursday, August 10.
The San Francisco Chronicle: Winn, Steven, "It's Hard to Tell Where Pixels End and Reality Begins," September 6.


The California Aggie, Aubin, Allison, "Paper Pushing the Fun Way," Davis, CA, Sept. 30.
Harper’s Magazine, "Findings," New York, August.
Kearny Street Workshop, Chanse, Samantha, catalog essay for exhibition "Pirated: A Post-Asian Perspective," San Francisco, CA.
International Examiner, Enriquez, Lucia, "Stephanie Syjuco: Black Market," Seattle, WA, October 4.
The New Yorker, "Goings On About Town," New York, January 1-10
Richard L. Nelson Gallery, Pritikin, Renny, "Paper Pushers" catalog essay, University of California at Davis, September.
“Pinay Power: Peminist Critical Theory” (book), Alba, Victoria, essay “Sino Ka? Ano Ka,” Routledge, London, UK.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Hackett, Regina, "Photos Bridge a Culture Gap Uniquely," Seattle, WA, Sept. 16.
The Stranger, Mudede, Charles, “Redacting Capital: The Post-Global Art of Stephanie Syjuco,"Seattle, Sept 15-21.


Art In America,
Cash, Stephanie, “Report from San Francisco: Surviving and Thriving,” New York, November.
Artweek, Spalding, David, "The Missing Link: Art, Biotechnology, and the Disappearance of Difference," San Jose, CA, October.
"Epicenter: Bay Area Art Now" (book), Johnstone, Mark, Chronicle Books, San Francisco.
Frieze, Myers, Julian, "Review: Stephanie Syjuco at Haines Gallery," London, UK, June.
KQED, Krasny, Michael, radio interview, "Forum," San Francisco, CA.
LA Weekly, Frank, Peter, "Review: 2002 California Biennial," Los Angeles, CA, August 30.
The Los Angeles Times, Pagel, David, “California Biennial is on the Right Laugh Track,” July.
Orange County Museum of Art, Armstrong, Elizabeth, “2002 California Biennial,” catalog introduction, Laguna Beach, CA.
Orange County Museum of Art, Hofmann, Irene, “2002 California Biennial,” catalog essay, Laguna Beach, CA.
Orange County Museum of Art, Scott, Andrea, "California Biennial 2002," catalog essay, Laguna Beach, CA.
Orange County Register, Walsh, Daniella, “Review: 2002 California Biennial,” June, Laguna Beach, CA.
“My Romance” (book), Tabios, Eileen, Giraffe Books, UK.
The San Francisco Chronicle, Baker, Kenneth, "On the Verge: Young Bay Area Artists Who Are Ready to Rock. Profile: Stephanie Syjuco," August 25.
The San Francisco Chronicle, Hamlin, Jesse, "First Impression: Turning High Tech Into Visual Art," March 6.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Hackett, Regina, “Things Change: Art Is Becoming in a Material Way,” January 11.
Tripwire: A Jounal of Poetics, “Pacific Theater of Operations 1941-45,” portfolio spread, San Francisco, CA, Fall.


Art & Job Magazine, Lo Forti, Laura, “Lifelike, Natura e Artificio,” Italy.
Artweek, Rapko, John, “Reviews: ‘Lifelike’ at New Langton Arts,” San Jose, CA, September.
maARTe journal (online), Tabios, Elieen, "How Homogenization Becomes a Form of Hybridization," July.
The San Francisco Chronicle, Bonnetti, David, "Eureka Exhibition Much Improved: Terrific show of award winners in San Jose," February 1. (online), Golonu, Berin, "Review: Lifelike at New Langton Arts." (online), Greene, Josh, "Rebuttal to Golonu Review: Lifelike at New Langton Arts."
San Francisco Bay Guardian, Helfand, Glen, “Artificial Instigators: Man vs. nature vs. art goes nine rounds in Lifelike,” July 11.


Ansel Adams Friends of Photography Center, Kabat, Nora, “Beyond Boundaries: Contemporary Photography In California,” catalog essay, San Francisco, CA.
AT Kearney, Kelley, Jeff, "Crossings," 1998, catalog essay, San Francisco, CA.
Bay Area Reporter, Shank, Will, “Tales From the Crypt: Report from San Francisco Galleries in July,” San Francisco, CA, July 19.
The New York Times, Decarlo, Tessa, “Laying Bare the Uncertain Underside of the Truth,” April 9.
ReviewWest: The Critical State of Visual Art, Tabios, Eileen, "Stephanie Syjuco: New Work," November.
The San Francisco Chronicle, Hamlin, Jesse, "Technology Up Against the Wall: Artists words cover Yerba Buena building," July 11.
San Jose Museum of Art, Kimball, Cathy, “Eureka Awards Show,” catalog essay, San Jose, CA.


Art In America, Heartney, Eleanor, “Archipelago and Diaspora,” New York, September.
ArtWeek, Cohn, Terri, "Earth: Artist Interviews," San Francisco, CA, February.
Center for Metamedia, Carvalho, Denise, “Fairytales,” catalog essay for symposium, New York.
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The Asian Art Museum, Baysa, Jeff, “At Home and Abroad,” catalog essay, San Francisco, CA.
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Filipinas Magazine, Lagaso, Trisha, “Sino Ka/Ano Ka? Exhibit: Inner Landscapes,” San Francisco, March.
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Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Pritikin, Renny, “To Be Real,” catalog essay, San Francisco, CA.


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Artist Interview: Stephanie Syjuco produced by Bemis Center for the Contemporary Arts (online), summer 2013 (7:52)

video segment "Reframed: Artists Seeking Social Change Bring the Public into the Picture" (online), April 24, 2015 (7:52)

Artist Interview:
"Dazzle Camouflage" Workshop Residency Project, San Francisco, November 2014 (1:31)

Artist Talk:
"Patterned Migrations: on frictional objects, crossed signals, and bastard lineages," Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, Oregon, June 12, 2014 (1 hr)

Artist Talk:
Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita, KS, April 2014 (52:39)

Artist Talk:
"Frictions, Flows and Fabrications: On Bastard Objects and Diverted Production Channels," ACRE Artist Residency, July 2013 (54:23)

FOR-SITE Foundation documentary,
"International Orange Commemorative Store (A Proposition)," (4:34) April, 2012

SFMOMA artist interview: "Artist Stephanie Syjuco on Counterfeiting," February 2010, (5:52)

Podcast on Shadowshop, April 2011

SFMOMA artist interview:"Beyond Institutional Critique," November 2010 (1:46)

Seven on Seven Conference, Rhizome at the New Museum, New York "Stephanie Syjuco and Jeremy Ashkenaz," (20:42) April, 2012

Z33 exhibition tour "Stephanie Syjuco: FREE TEXTS" (1:31) June, 2012

SFMOMA audio tour segment for Shadowshop, November 2010.

SFMOMA 75 Reasons to Live:"Stephanie Syjuco on Sherrie Levine," gallery talk, January 2010, (5:15)

Artist lecture, Portland State University, April 12, 2010, 1:19:00

Artist lecture, Gallery 400, University of Illinois Chicago, April 14, 2010, 1:16:00

Vernissage TV, "Stephanie Syjuco: Copystand / Frieze Projects, Frieze Art Fair 2009 / Interview," online video interview,,
"Close Encounters: Frieze Projects 2009," video interview,, October 23, 2009, by Oliver Basciano and JJ Charlesworth.

BBC2 Newsnight Review,
"Taking the temperature at Frieze,"television broadcast, London, UK, October 16, 2009. By Martha Kearney.

KQED's SPARK* video documentary segment, aired May 2008

"Artists Riff on Knockoffs," by Nguyen Qui Duc, Pacific Time, KQED radio broadcast May 10, 2007. Listen (RealMedia stream)

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