Social Autonomy and the Use Value of Art, published in ‘Afterall’, Autumn/Winter 2016, pp. 60-69. pdf: Byrne John Social Autonomy and the Use Value of Art
Brexit, New Nationalism, and the New Politics of Migrancy published online at L’Internationale Online, 2016, ‘alter-institutionality’ research strand. This article also appears in the L’Internationale Online e-Publication Subjects and Objects in Exile.
History, Use-Value and the Contemporary Work or Labour of Art published in ‘What’s the Use? Constellations of Art, History and Knowledge: A Critical Reader’, 2016, Valiz, pp. 114-128. pdf: Byrne John History Use Value and the Contemporary Work of Art
Creative Villages Journal 02_05-10-16– p.25 Published in ‘Creative Villages’ Journal No 2.
Back to the Future. Confessions of the Imperfect: 1848 – 1989 – Today Published online at L’Internationale Online, ‘alter-institutionality’ research strand.
Back to the Future: Grizedale Arts, Use Value and the Work of Art. Published as part of the Coniston Institute’s Online ‘New Mechanics Library‘ project, January 2015. pdf: Back to the Future Grizedale Arts Use Value and the Work of Art
Use Value and the Contemporary Work of Art: Freeing Art From the Present Technocratic Framework. Published in ‘Open’, 2012/No.231, Autonomy Edition. pdf: Use Value and the Contemporary Work of Art JB
Critical Autonomy: Inside Our and Outside In – Provisional Autonomous Communities. Published in ‘The Autonomy Newspaper 1: Positioning’, 2010 Onomatopee and Van Abbemuseum, pp. 14 – 20. pdf: Autonomy Newspaper 1 Positioning
The Yes Men: Art and the Culture of Corporate Capital: Published in ‘Keep It Slick: Infiltrating Capitalism with The Yes Men’, ed. Astria Suparak, Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University, 2009, pp. 19 – 22. pdf: The Yes Men Art and the Culture of Corporate Capital
Damien Hirst: One Night Only: Gallery Publication to accompany ‘The Eternal Now: Warhol and the Factory ’63 – 68’, 2009, Glucksman Gallery, Cork. pdf: Damien Hirst One Night Onlly JB
Contemporary Art and Globalisation Biennials and the Emergence of the De-Centred Artist: Published in International Journal of the Humanities’, http://www.Humanities-Journal.com, 2005/2006 in Melbourne, Australia, Common Ground Publishing http://www.CommonGroundPublishing.com. pdf: Contemporary Art and Globalization Biennials JB
Why Bas? Brit’ Pop in the Age of Reality TV: Published in ‘Us and Them: Static Pamphlet’, eds. Becky Shaw and Gareth Woollam 2003 – 04, pp. 51 – 57. pdf: Whybas JB
Cybersublime: Representing the Unrepresentable in Digital Art and Politics: Published in ‘Third Text: Third World Wide Web Special Issue’, Vol. 47, Summer 1999, pp. 27 – 38. pdf: Cybersublime Third Text JB
Modernism and Meaning: Reading the Intervention of Brtish Video Art in the Gallery Space: Published in ‘Diverse Practices: A Critical Reader on British Video Art’, Ed. Julia Knight, University of Luton Press/Arst Council England. Pp. 239-259. pdf: Modernism and Meaning JB