"Sponge Exchange, Hope Ginsburg" (exhibition text)
University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, 2020
"Explode Every Day: An Inquiry into the Phenomena of Wonder" (excerpt from catalog essay)
MASS MoCA, 2016
"Land Dive Team: Bay of Fundy" (exhibition text)
THE BOX, Wexner Center for the Arts, 2016
Corina L. Apostol and Nato Thompson, Editors
"Making Another World Possible: 10 Creative Time Summits, 10 Global Issues, 100 Art Projects"
"Reading Assignments: Books that artists study, reference, and base works on."
August 18, 2022
Film/Video Studio Journals: Hope Ginsburg
In Practice, Wexner Center for the Arts
Antonia S. Krueger
"Art for a Warming World: Sponge Exchange and Flood Zone"
February 19, 2020
"5 Artists Bridging Communities Across Difference"
A Blade of Grass Magazine
March 28, 2019
Sydney Cologie and Brynne McGregor
"Wex Moments 2018: Film/Video Studio artist Hope Ginsburg" (Q&A)
Wexner Center for the Arts
December 26, 2018
"Performative Diving Piece Featured at Festival Honoring the James River"
June 9, 2018
"From Climate Change to Race Relations, Artists Respond to Richmond, VA" (review)
Land Dive Team: Amphibious James
Television Program is a Production of VPM
Producer/Director: Mason Mills
Producer/Field Director: Allison Benedict
September 22, 2019
Art and Education in the 21st Century
Panelists: John Brown-Executive Director, Windgate Foundation; Tom Finkelpearl-Commissioner, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs; Hope Ginsburg-Artist and Educator; Moderator: Geoffrey Cowan- President, The Annenberg Foundation Trust
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 2014
The exhibition is curated by Mark Dion, a New York-based artist whose multidisciplinary practice incorporates scientific methodologies, and Heather Sealy Lineberry, curator emeritus for ASU Art Museum. They present works in three broad groups: research-based installations, works addressing the ways people claim or reclaim space, and projects facilitating concrete actions towards ecological justice.
Artworks demonstrating strong connections to field research lay the foundation for the exhibition. On three large projection screens hanging in a triangle around three small wooden stools, and a smaller monitor nearby, a diver is shown swimming in the ocean with a white plastic laundry basket filled with coral. Titled “Swirling” (2020), the four-channel video is the work of Virginia-based artist Hope Ginsburg, diver and videographer Matt Flowers, and composer Joshua Quarles. While showing the practice of coral farming and reef restoration, they suggest cooperation between species as an essential element of resiliency for all life forms and ecosystems.
"New Generation of Land Artists Embodies a Call for Action"
July 14, 2022