Carlson frequently writes about art and visual culture–often scrutinizing how cultural producers intersect with race, ethnicity and culture. She is trained as a visual critic but also write reviews, interviews and profiles on art, artists and digital culture. Amongst others, she regularly contributes to KQED Arts, Hyphen, Art In America, After Image, Art Practical and has been commissioned to write numerous exhibition catalog essays.
This is a sample of critical and culture-based writing please visit my online writing portfolio. Although it is not comprehensive it will offer considerable scope.
She is currently working on a series of creative non-fiction essays investigating the intersections of incarceration, place and topophilia.
For a full writing resume or queries please email info [at] michelecarlson.com