Books and chapters (selected)

“Collecting Notes to and for the Future”. Ed. A.S. Brueckstein. Fragments from our Beautiful Future: Rebecca Raue & Steve Sabella. Berlin: Kerber Verlag, 2017. P.16-18. Order here

This is the Time. This is the Record of the Time. Ed. Angela Harutyunyan and Nat Muller. Beirut: American University of Beirut Press, 2016.

"Tasting Power, Tasting Territory". Food and Museums. eds. Nina Levent and Irina D Mihalache. New York: Bloomsbury Publishing , 2016. Order here

"Beauty in Times of Monsters." Two Suns in a Sunset: Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige. Koenig Books, 2016. p. 87 -95, 411 - 419, 609 - 616. Order here

Nancy Atakan. Passing On. Ed. Nat Muller. Heidelberg: Kehrer Verlag, 2016. Order here

"Making Things Permeable: Susan Hefuna". Common Grounds. Ed. Michael Burs and Verena Hein. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2015. p. 78-91. Order here

"Missing Beats: The Suggestive Politics of Rhythm." Cevdet Erek: Less Empty Maybe. Ed. Süreyya Evren. Art-ist: Istanbul, 2015. p.84-90. Order here and listen here

Sadik Kwaish Alfraji. Ed. Nat Muller. Amsterdam: Schilt Publishing, 2015. Order here

"No Show: Refusal as Strategy”. Aesthetic Justice. Eds. Pascal Gielen & Niels van Tomme. Amsterdam: Valiz, 2015. P.277-289. Order here

"Of Transformations and Revolutions: Moataz Nasr". Moataz Nasr: the Journey of the Griffin. Ed. Ilaria Mariotti. Pistoia: Gli Ori, 2014. p.101-108. Order here

"Performing the Undead" in Uncommon Grounds: New Media and Critical Practices in North Africa and the Middle East. Ed Anthony Downey. London: I.B.Tauris, 2014. Order here

Spectral Imprints. Abraaj Capital Art Prize: Dubai, 2012. Order here

New Aesthetic, New Anxieties. With David M. Berry, Michel van Dartel, Michael Dieter, Michelle Kasprzak, Rachel O'Reilly and José Luis de Vicente. (2012) free download

"Introducing Complicity". Contemporary Art in the Middle East: Art World. Ed. Paul Sloman. London: Blackdog Publishing, 2009. p.12-25. Order here

"Proposal for the Venice Biennial Inter-Galactic Pavilion. New Nonel&Vovel Commission: Heroism: An Epic Out of the Frame" The Novel of Nonel and Vovel. Eds. Oreet Ashery & Larissa Sansour. Milan: Edizioni Charta, 2009. p. 176-179 Order here Reader 3: Processual Publishing.Actual Gestures. Arteleku: 2008. Order here Reader 2: Between Paper and Pixel. Bari: OpenMute, 2007. Order here

Feelings are Always Local. Eds. Joke Brouwer, Arjen Mulder, Nat Muller and Laura Martz.V2_Publishing/NAI Publishers: Rotterdam, 2004. Order here

Trans_European Picnic: The Art and Media of Accession. Eds. Nat Muller, Stephen Kovats & Futura Publicacije: Novi Sad, 2004.

txOom [tks’u.m] DVD catalogue texts. Ed. Nat Muller. Culture 2000 project of FoAM vzw, 2003.

Ctrl+Shift Art – Ctrl+Shift Gender: Convergences of New Media, Art and Gender. Ed. Nat Muller. Axis: Amsterdam, 2000.

Articles (selected)

“Amsterdam: Counting our Precarious Blessings?” ArtsEverywhere, Artist (Residency) and the City Global Roundtable, Published November 2017.

“A good neighbour? The 15th Istanbul Biennial”, Published 5 October 2017. Ocula, Published 5 October 2017.

"The grander nationalist ostentatiousness gets, the smaller and quieter bodies become": A conversation between Nat Muller & Sandra Noeth about movement, nationalism and collectivity, Etcetera, Published 13 November 2017.

“Uninvited and Disenchanted come to Town: A Modern-day Fable.” Published June 2017.

“A Poetic Sharjah Biennial for a World in Turmoil”, Hyperallergic, published 12 May 2017.

“Reluctant Heroism: Larissa Sansour” 63rd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen Oberhausen: Kurzfilmtage, 2017. p. 265-270.

“Lines of Subjectivity”. Lines of Subjectivity: Portrait and Landscape Painting. Sharjah: Barjeel Art Foundation, 2017. P8-13.

“Picture Palestine”. Catalogue 46th International Film Festival Rotterdam. Rotterdam: IFFR, 2017. P.252-258.

"Presents of the Past." Interview between Raúl Ortega Ayala and Nat Muller. Dürst Britt & Mayhew, January 2017

"Slow Burn", Scores #5. intact bodies/under protest. Vienna: Tanzquartier Wien, 2016. p.24-31. Download here

"What Representations? Exhibitions and Other Representations in 25 Years at Witte de With", Ibraaz 010/05, published 30 October 2016.

"Who's Afraid of Representation: Vijftien Jaar Kunst uit en over het Midden-Oosten in het Westen." MetropolisM no 5 2016, okt/nov, p. 46 - 50.

"A Number is a Number is not a Number: Uncomfortable Data in Contemporary Art from the Middle East". MetropolismM No6 (Dec 2015 - Jan 2016). p.76-81.

"Chasing Ghosts Through Bathhouses and Cisterns at the 14th Istanbul Biennial", Hyperallergic

"The Politics of the (im)Possible." Review of Sharjah Biennial 12: The past, the present, the possible, Ibraaz

"Value-washing the Arts: On the Quantification and Instrumentalisation of Art", Broadsheet 44:1 (2015). p.22-26

Interview with Nat Muller, by Paco Baragan, ArtPulse, No. 19 Vol. 5 Year 2014.

"Technologies of History: Jananne Al-Ani in conversation with Nat Muller", Ibraaz

"No stone throwing in glass houses. Ripples of the Arab uprisings in the Gulf". With Ferry Biedermann. Springerin: Arab Summer vol 3. Summer 2014. p.37-42. (in German translation). (Download pdf - English version from Eurozine)

Power Plays: Yara El Sherbini's 'The Current Situation', published on the occasion of El Sherbini's solo show at New Art Exchange, Nottingham, 2014 (Download pdf, 2.5Mb)

Interview Wael Shawky, Metropolis M no6 Dec2013-Jan2014. p56-61

"Bones of contention: notes on the mediated body, performance and dissent". Broadsheet 42.4, 2013. p.284-286.

“The Ominous Future of Things Past and Present. A Review of Home Works 6”. ArtAsia Pacific Sept/Oct 2013. ArtAsiaPacific 85, Sep/Oct 2013. P.61-2

“Of Images, Ghosts and Other Tomorrows: Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige”. ArtAsiaPacific. issue 82, Mar/Apr 2013. P.71-81.

Nat Muller in Conversation with Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige. ArtPapers. Jan/Feb 2013. P33-36.

“Curating Cairo: Tales of Countering the Epic”, Springerin 2/09. p.11-13.

“Review:Tea with Nefertiti” Ibraaz

“The Many Metamorphoses of Mounira al Solh: Nat Muller in Conversation with Mounira al Solh”. Ibraaz

“Noise in the Courtyard: Review of Sharjah Biennial 11”. Ibraaz.

“Rabih! Rabih!: Review of I, the Undersigned”. MetropolisM. Republished in the Daily Star.

“Review Homeworks IV”, Springerin 3/08. p39-41

“Navigating the Fissures of a Remembering Past and an Amnesiac Present: Contemplating Oraib Toukan’s Counting Memories”, Catalogue for “Counting Memories”, Darat al Funun: Amman, 2007. p.60-65. Republished abridged in Bidoun fall 2007. p. 31.

“[Re]tribute Beirut: Impressions of Proxy Readings”, Springerin: Friend Foe. 2/2005