Latest Writings:

Catalogue essay for Dresden State Collection’s online exhibition “Feeling Time”

Horizontal aufgereiht hängen Karten an Haken, auf denen die Zeitpunkte des jeweiligen Tages vermerkt sind, an denen Fotos gemacht wurden. Jeder Karte entspricht ein tag für den Zeitraum vom 12 März bis 3 April 1981. Unterhalb der Karten hängen vertikal aufgereiht die korrespondierenden Fotos.

EN: 24/7 Performance – Experiencing Temporality with Tehching Hsieh
DE: Performance rund um die Uhr – Zeiterfahrung mit Tehching Hsieh

PhD Dissertation
Clocked!: Time and Biopower in the Age of Algorithms

Guest editing and Curation: Special Issues and Sections

Tijdschrift Kunstlicht (2022) – Algorhythms: Living in and out of sync with technology

[Co-authored] Cervera et al. (2019). Future NowGPS – Global Performance Studies, 2 (2).

[Co-authored] Cervera et al. (2018). Syllabi for the Future: A PlaylistGPS – Global Performance Studies, 1 (2).

Peer-reviewed chapters and articles

Wan, Evelyn (2021). “I’m like a wise little person”: Notes on the metal performance of woebot the mental health chatbot. Theatre Journal73(3), E21-E30.

Wan, Evelyn (2021). Laboring in Electronic and Digital Waste Infrastructures: Colonial Temporalities of Violence in Asia. International Journal of Communication15, 2631-2651.

Wan, E., de Groot, A., Klumbyte, G., Lücking, P., Lämmerhirt, D., Păun, M., & Jameson, S. (2020). Lost in translation: an interactive workshop mapping interdisciplinary translations for epistemic justice. In Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (FAT* ’20), January 27–30, 2020, Barcelona, Spain (pp. 692). ACM.

Wan, Evelyn (2019). Labour, mining, dispossession: on the performance of earth and the necropolitics of digital culture. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, Special Issue on Reterritorializing Digital Performance from South to North, 15 (3).

Wan, Evelyn (2019). Counting Down on the Train to 2046 in West Kowloon: A deep map of Hong Kong’s spectral temporalitiesHong Kong Studies.

Wan, Evelyn (2019). Docile Subjects: From theatres of automata to the machinery of 21st-century media. In Peter Eckersall & Helen Grehan (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Theatre and Politics Routledge.

Wan, Evelyn (2018). An Encounter with Lufsig: Political Affect Meets the Nomadic Post-colonial Subject. In Rosi Braidotti, Kin Yuen Wong & Amy Kit-Sze Chan (Eds.), Deleuze and the Humanities: East and West (pp. 59-78). London: Rowman & Littlefield International.

[Co-authored] Cervera et al. (2017). Thicker StatesGPS – Global Performance Studies, 1 (1).

Wan, Evelyn (2015). From Her (2013) to Viv the Global Brain: Becoming Material, Unfolding Experience through Radical Empiricism and Process PhilosophyDigital Culture & Society, 1 (1), pp. 165-185.