The Whitney Biennial 2019 has received lots of press. My work is referenced in this review by Holland Cotter for the New York Times, in this review by Barry Samaha for Surface, this review by Nadja Sayej for The Guardian, among others.
Sarah Hotchkiss (2019) discusses my work Escaped Lunatic in her review of Screen Acts at the San Jose Museum of Art.
My solo exhibition at Iceberg Projects was a Critics Pick; read about it here.
Evan Moffitt (2017) wrote about Adam Pendleton, Bethany Collins, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, and me for a recent issue of Frieze. You can access his article online here.
Curator and 2016-2017 Whitney ISP Fellow Jared Quinton (2017) wrote an essay about my video work, particularly Personal; you can download it here.
Author Ben Lerner interviewed me for BOMB Magazine, published spring 2017: here.
Roberta Smith (2019) mentioned my exhibition at Mass MoCA in a discussion of current exhibitions there for the New York Times: here.
Active Voice at Ulises (2016-2017) was an Artforum Critics' Pick.
I was interviewed by the Kadist Foundation (2016) in connection with Escaped Lunatic and other videos: here
Thomas Lax (2016), "How Do Black Lives Matter in MoMA's Collection?", in which he discusses Escaped Lunatic, here
Thomas Lax (2016), "Eden, Arden, Oblivion," in which he discusses my practice in general and the Promise Machine project in particular, video here
Martha Joseph and Thomas Lax (2015), "Steffani Jemison: Promise Machine: A Movement in Five Parts", discussion of Promise Machine, PDF here
Dawn Chan (2015), "Steffani Jemison: 500 Words," in which I discuss Promise Machine, is online at Artforum.com
Jess Wilcox (2015), ArtinAmerica.com, "Promise Machine: At MoMA, Steffani Jemison explores blackness and utopian thought," in which I discuss Promise Machine, is online here
Matthew Schum (2014) interviewed me on the occasion of the solo exhibition Same Time at LAXART; you can find the interview online PDF here
Thomas Lax (2013), Mousse Magazine #38 facilitated a conversation, titled "Feeling Conceptual," with Trajal Harrell, Ralph Lemon, Wu Tsang, Okui Okpokwasili, and myself; find it online here
Andrew Blackley (2013) wrote an essay called "Binoculars" for my work in the exhibition Things in Themselves at the Studio Museum in Harlem, here
Abbe Schriber (2012) wrote an essay about my work in the catalogue for Fore, an exhibition at the Studio Museum in Harlem, available to read or download from her here.