They forgot they were a landscape
La machine qui enseignait des airs aux oiseaux
Proofs of Performances
Site Words, Spoilers and Shoplifters
Looking at Yourself Looking
Impel with Puffs
New Vinyl Work
Untitled (Big Collage)
Part of the Enterprise
Corcoran, P.L, Johanna de Haan Ward, Ian A. Arturo, Sara L. Belontz, Tegan Moore, Carylyn M. Hill-Svehla, Kirsty Robertson, Kelly Wood, Kelly Jazvac.
“A comprehensive investigation of industrial plastic pellets on beaches across the Laurentian Great Lakes and the factors governing their distribution,”
Science of the Total Environment
Vol. 747, 10 December 2020, 141227.
Corcoran, P.L., Jazvac, K.
“The consequence that is plastiglomerate.”
1, 6–7 (2020)
“What does it take to make art green?”
“Rockhounding, Seafaring, and Other Material Tales for the End of the World,”
Volume 18, No. 1, Winter 2020.
Paola Antonelli on ‘Plastiglomerates’, Pollution and Geology,”
March 10, 2019.
Sara L. Belontz, Patricia L. Corcoran, Heather Davis, Kathleen A. Hill, Kelly Jazvac, Kirsty Robertson, Kelly Wood,
“Embracing an Interdisciplinary Approach to Plastics Pollution Awareness and Action"
in Ambio, 2019.
“The Green Cube,”
Canadian Art Magazine, Fall 2018.
“Sharp and Numb,”
exhibition essay Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, 2017
publication by Durable Good (2017)
with essays by Jonathan Griffin and Kirsty Robertson, and an interview between Kelly Jazvac and Patricia Corcoran
Plastiglomerate: A Provovation
in e-flux journal (2016)
Plastiglomerate, the Anthropocene's New Stone
in Hyperallergic (2015)
Patricia Corcoran, Charles Moore and Kelly Jazvac,
"An anthropogenic marker horizon in the future rock record"
in GSA Today (2014)
Jon Davies: Kelly Jazvac:
No Promises No Demands
, exhibition essay for Oakville Galleries
R.H. Lossin: Kelly Jazvac:
review for The Brooklyn Rail
Introduction to FLOP catalogue
Sticky. Droopy Slumpy Peely or “Inchoaaaaaaaaaaaate!" (as if yelled into a canyon)
Dan Adler, arforum.com,
Kelly Jazvac at YYZ Artists Outlet