Select Press

2022

“Jimena Sarno at LA State Historic Park”, Hande Sever, Contemporary Art Review LA Issue 29 (Audio begins at 1:24:09), 2022

“This weekend, look up to the heavens: A Kite ‘gallery in the sky’ will fly over L.A.”Deborah Vankin, Los Angeles Times, 2022

2021

“Kites take flight over Los Angeles State Historic Park”Daily News, 2021

2020

“Proposed aerial gondola for Dodgers fans ignites controversy at Los Angeles State Historic Park”Louis Sahagún, Los Angeles Times, 2020

“WHERE DO WE GO: ARTS CALENDAR OCTOBER 14-20”Shana Nys Dambrot, LA Weekly, 2020

“VIDEO ART PICK: CARMEN ARGOTE’S LAST LIGHT”,Shana Nys Dambrot,  LA Weekly, 2020

“Walking LA’s Empty Streets During the COVID-19 Pandemic”, by Elisa Wouk Almino, Hyperallergic, 2020

“Walking LA’s Empty Streets During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” Elisa Wouk Almino, Hyperallergic, 2020
“We were being erased”: The woman who saved California’s Black history,
Liam O’Donoghue, East Bay Yesterday, 2020
What Preservation Takes,
Ryan S. Jeffery, X-TRA, 2020
The Pioneering Black Historian Who Was Almost Erased From History
, Jill Cowan, The New York Times, California Today, 2020
High and Dry, Low and Wet: Some Thoughts on Hatch at the Bowtie Project Rachel Elizabeth Jones, LA Review of Books, 2020
Artists Re-imagine Thomas More’s Utopia at the Huntington Janna Zinzi, KCET, 2020

2019

2018

‘Frogtown Without Frogs: The Changing Ecology of the Bowtie Parcel and the L.A. River’ Ruxandra Guidi and Bear Guerra, KCET, 2018
‘The Evolution of the Bowtie Parcel Contains Clues to the Future of Los Angeles’ Ruxandra Guidi and Bear Guerra, KCET, 2018
‘Artists Are Using Augmented Reality to Install Virtual Works in Powerful Places’ Brittany Martin, Los Angeles Magazine, 2018
‘Simultaneities: Beatriz Cortez Interviewed by Rafa Esparza’ Rafa Esparza, BOMB Magazine, 2018
‘How 5 Artists in the Hammer Museum’s Made in LA Biennial Are Using Their Work to Imagine Alternative Futures’ 
Janelle Zara, Artnet, 2018
‘L.A. Literary events to enliven your spring’ 
Carolyn Kellog, Los Angeles Times, 2018
‘Adobe, Dust, and Water: Rafa Esparza and Rebeca Hernandez’s building: a simulacrum of power’ 
Gwyneth Shanks, X-TRA, 2018

2017

’11 Podcasts About L.A. You Must Subscribe to ASAP’ Thomas Harlander, Los Angeles Magazine, 2017
‘Remembering Octavia Butler’ Scott Timberg, Salon, 2017

2016

‘Listen to ‘Next Up: The LA River’ Mini-Session #6: Julia Meltzer (Clockshop) and Elizabeth Timme (LA-Más)’ Amelia Taylor-Hochberg, Archinect, 2016
‘Inside the Octavia Butler Archives With L.A. Writer Lynell George’ 
Julia Wick, LAist, 2016
‘Celebrating Octavia Butler’ 
Kevin Durkin, Verso, 2016
‘Octavia Butler’s Legacy, Impact, and Afrofuturism Celebrated’ 
Jazelle Hunt, NBC News, 2016
‘Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts Announces Recipients of Inaugural Grants’
 Artforum, 2016 ‘Celebrating Octavia Butler: A visionary among futurists’ Emanuella Grinberg, CNN, 2016
‘Remembering unsung science-fiction hero/Genius Grant winner Octavia Butler’ 
Tom Carroll, Off-Ramp, KPCC, 2016
‘LA Celebrates Science Fiction Legend Octavia E. Butler With a Year of Events’
 Cheryl Eddy, io9, 2016

2015

‘An Authentic, Nourishing Persian-Jewish Dinner—in Los Angeles’ Merissa Nathan Gerson, Tablet, 2015
‘Dive deep into the history of the LA river via audio tour’ A. Martinez, Take Two, KPCC, 2015
‘Currents, Chapter One: On the Banks under the Bloodmoon’ 
Katie Antonsson, Ampersand, 2015
Best New Performance Art Stage (2015) Catherine Wagley, LA Weekly BEST OF LA, 2015
‘The Best Non-Profit Art Spaces in Los Angeles’ 
Lauren McQuade, ArtSlant, 2015
‘Clockshop brings dance to the banks of the LA River’ 
Robert Garrova, The Frame, KPCC, 2015
‘The Agenda: This Week in Los Angeles’
 Art in America, 2015
‘How to Enjoy the L.A. River Before Its $1.2 Billion Revamp’
 Lila Higgins, LA Mag, 2015
‘taisha paggett and WXPT bring dance to the LA River’ 
Delirious, LA, Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, 2015
‘This Performance Art Space Gives You A Cool New Reason To Visit The L.A. River’ Carol Cheh, LA Weekly, 2015
‘The bowtie project, clockshop la, and the transformation of the la river’ The Family Savvy, LA Edition, 2015
‘5 Free Art Shows You Should See in L.A. This Week’ Catherine Wagley, LA Weekly, 2015
‘Hyperallergic ArtRx LA’ 
Matt Stromberg, HYPERALLERGIC, 2015
‘Con/Safos: Art in the L.A. River’ 
Evan Moffitt, Paris, LA, 2015
‘A Dream for the Bowtie Parcel, Intro: What is the Bowtie?’
 CalPark Voices, 2015
‘The Bowtie Parcel’s Narrative Landscape’
 Carren Jao, Artbound, 2015
‘Free weekend? Free chocolate, Bill Murray and Happy Hour Week’ 
Kristen Lepore, Daniella Segura, and Jennifer Velez, KPCC, 2015

2014

‘Notes on Looking; Rafa Esparza / Elizabeth Sonenberg Interview’ Notes on Looking, 2014
‘Sounds, tastes of Middle East, North Africa converge at Clockshop in L.A.’ 
Jessica Ritz, Jewish Journal, 2014
‘Clockshop’s The Bowtie Project’ 
Stacy Conde, Art Nerd Los Angeles, 2014
‘Gender Bending: Clockshop Presents the “My Atlas” Series’ 
Arianna Schioldager, alphasixty blog, 2014
‘My Atlas: Discovering the Real Female Traveler’ 
Dariush Azimi, Lady Clever, LA, 2014
‘My Atlas’
 Rachel Morrison, Paris, LA, 2014
‘LA River Hosted Its First-Ever Public Campout This Weekend’ 
Bianca Barragan, Curbed LA, 2014
‘Camping on Concrete at the LA River’ 
DnA on KCRW, 2014
‘The First Ever L.A. River Campout’ 
LAist, 2014
‘Camping out by the L.A. River’ 
The Eastsider LA, 2014
‘Artist hopes public art piece will help re-envision city, nature’
 Brittany Levine, LA Times, 2014
‘The Unfinished: A Temporary Public Sculpture by Michael Parker’ Rachael Morrison, Paris, LA, 2014
‘KCET Artbound; The Unfinished’
 5 Articles, Julia Meltzer, Anne Walsh, Michael Parker, Maggie Geoga, and Allison Carruth, KCET’s Artbound, 2014
‘Viewpoints: What’s next in Frogtown’s Future?’
 Julia Meltzer, The Eastsider LA,  2014

2011

‘War and the Sentence Fragment’ Anne Shea, X-TRA, 2011

2004

‘Billboard Oases’ Holly Willis, LA Weekly, 2004
‘Images with a drive-by impact’ 
Scott Timberg, LA Times, 2004