Selected Press and Online Publications
‘Exhibition explores queer identity, race, feminism and cultural heritagethrough (un)happy objects,’
Sara Laux, interview, McMaster Faculty of Humanities, 2021.
‘Safer, Braver Spaces: The Safer Spaces Project, a joint initiativeby Industry and Hamilton Fringe, seeks to create safer theatre and artspaces,’
Subin Park, article, The Silhouette, 2021.
Well Now WTF?
Shauna Doherty, review, Peripheral Review, 2020.
Well Now WTF? In a maximalist online exhibition, new media artists pursue the GIF.
Daniel Penny, review, 4Columns, 2020.
These flags are for resistance, not surrender: McMaster professor digs up the ghosts of Hamilton’s queer past, present and future
Andrew Mrozowski, review, The Silhouette, 2019.
Adrienne Crossman at Patel Projects
Rashana Youtzy, review, ArToronto, 2019.
LGBTQ+ CANADIAN ARTISTS YOU NEED TO KNOW
Bianca Sutton, article, OutTV, 2019.
LGBTQ people are often excluded from the hockey world - this art makesthe invisible visible
Graham Isador, article, CBC arts, 2019.
Follow these queer Canadian artists to add a little extra fire emoji to your Instagram feed
Peter Knegt, article, Queeries, CBC arts, 2018.
What happened to this season's Exhibitionists in Residence after their episodes aired
Leah Collins, article, CBC arts, 2018.
Dacadence / Pari Nadimi
Daniel Joyce, review, ARTORONTO, 2018.
'Decadence' at Pari Nadimi Gallery, Toronto
Blouin ArtInfo, 2018.
Behold! These are the world's most famous artworks - but good luck recognizing any of them
Leah Collins, article, CBC arts, 2018.
in plain sight: Adrienne Crossman
No More Potlucks issue 49: code, 2018.
Precariat Content 07: Adrienne
Ben McCarthy, audio interview, Precariat Content podcast, 2017.
Not Mine Alone, Nor Mine to Own: Some Reflections on the Young Girl
Jacqueline Mabey, The Journal of Feminist Scholarship, 2017.
coming home* to queerness
Philippe Pamela Dungao, exhibition review, Peripheral Review, 2017.
This Art Works! Disrupting heteronormative spaces and messing with street signs
CBC Arts, Article, 2017.
Expo Chromatic: Celebrating the Montreal Contemporary Art Scene
Stephanie Gagné, Montreal Rampage, Article, 2017.
This free exhibition of mind bending art is taking over a Montreal warehouse all week
Leah Collins, CBC Arts, Article, 2017.
Adrienne Crossman – Akimbo Hit List
Adrienne Crossman, Akimbo, Article, 2017.
Images Festival Still Camera Ready After 30 Years!
Sonja Andic, Toronto Guardian, 2017.
Urban Artists & Navigating 'The New York of Canada'
Alex Raponi, The Art Historian, Article, 2016.
A Conversation with Adrienne
Luther Konadu, Public Parking, Interview, 2016.
100% Real + the Internet
Terrence Dick, Akimbo TV, Review, 2016.
À voir: The Wrong (again). New Digital Art Biennale
Lisa Tronca, les Délinéaires du Laboratoire NT2, Review, 2015.
An art fair where the physical plane meets the new, digital flesh
Leah Collins, CBC Arts, Article, 2015.
Abstract Ecologies – A Conversation with Amber Christensen
Greg J. Smith, Creative Applications Network, Interview, 2015.
Premiere: Pale Eyes fights gender normativity with houseplants in 'Britl Binary', Richard Trapunski, Chart Attack, Article, 2015.
GIF of the Day: Adrienne Crossman's Girl-Power Mandala
Rea McNamara, Art F City, Article, 2015.
Studio Visit: Adrienne Crossman
Jessica Bloom, Studio Beat, Interview, 2015.
Tom Beedham, Long Winter Newspaper, Interview, 2015.
'Episode 13: (un)happy objects,’ audio Interview, Artspeakpodcast, 2021.
'Adrienne Crossman,’ audio interview, produced by RebeccaCasalino, Hopping the Fence podcast, 2021.
Exhibitionists, S3 Ep 13: Identity
CBC Television, 2018.
This Art Works! S1 Ep 8: How-To Make Your Message Felt and Fake Street Signs
CBC Televison, 2017.
Art Intersections Meetup: Adrienne Crossman
Gamma Space, Toronto, ON. Organized by Akimbo, OCAD U and Charles Street Video, 2017.
'Glitch Art' Talk
Interaccess Mecha Kucha at the Drake Hotel, 2014.
Innerspace: Homer's Odyssey: A Simpsons Art Show
Amy Pagnotta, The Space Network, Television Interview, 2014.