2016 "Curating Architecture: The Architecture of Estrangement. Alison Hugill in Conversation with Carson Chan," in On Curating, Issue 31. 47-51.
  "Cloud Formations: Climate Change and the Figuration of Community," in Climates: Architecture and the Planetary Imaginary, eds. Graham, James et al., Columbia Books + Lars Müller. 192-200.
  Carson Chan Climates planetary imagination cloud formation community
  Conditions of Living: Reflections on the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale, Frieze, June.
  Atlantis, GA: The Home Depot, the Georgia Aquarium, and the Corporate Sublime, Art Papers, May/June.
  PRODUCERS: DIS, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 27 (Milan)
  PRODUCERS: Nik Kosmas, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 26 (Milan)
  NEST: An Homage to the Greatest Interiors Magazine Ever, 032c, Issue 29 (Berlin)

Exhibiting Architecture: A Paradox? Eds. Carson Chan, Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen, David Andrew Tasman. Yale School of Architecture (Actar)

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  Sim City: What's the Future of Berlin's Architecture?, Frieze d/e, Issue 21, August
  The Art of Consumption: Renzo Piano's New Whitney Museum, Frieze, Issue 172, June
  5 Trendy Ways to See the World, in Das Numen: Sensory Perception and Scientific Thinking, Berlin: Distanz.
  Review - Keller Easterling: Extrastatecraft, Art Papers, Jan/Feb, p. 60-3
  Marrakech, Seoul, and Berlin: Barkow Leibinger in Context, in Barkow Leibinger: Spielraum, ed. Hal Foster, Hatje Cantz, p. 57-66
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2014 Architecture Post Internet, 032c, 27th Issue (Berlin) p. 88-95
  Learning from Venice (German), ArchPlus.net
  Our Own Bubbles of Ignorance: Carson Chan and Joanna Warsza in Conversation, in Curating Research, eds. Paul O'Neill and Mick Wilson, OE
  Mario Botta: Interview, PIN-UP, Issue 17, Fall/Winter, p. 76-87
  Learning from Venice, Venice Architecture Biennale 2014 review, Log 32, Winter 2014 (NY: Anyone Corp.) p. 46-55
  PRODUCERS: Carter Cleveland, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 22 (Milan)
  Partial Recall: A Brief Account of Aleksandra Domanović’s Monuments and the Aesthetics of the Near Obsolete, Avery Review, No.1
  Labour of Love: a review of Peter Zumthor's catalog raisonée, Frieze d/e, Issue 15, August
  Model Citizens, in Modelling Time: The Permanent Collection 1925–2014, ed.Mari Lending and Mari Hvattumk, Torpedo. (Oslo)
  PRODUCERS: Stephan Trüby, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 21 (Milan)
  Growers and Showers: Carson Chan on Eddie Peake, Texte zur Kunst, No. 94 June, p. 214-7
  Mono.kultur No.35: Ricardo Bofill: The Future of the Past, (Berlin: Mono.kultur)
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  Hong Kong and Marrakech: Geopolitics in Dialogue - Leung Chi Wo interview, SOUTH as a State of Mind, Spring 2014, Issue 4 (Athens) p. 50-3
  Re: balconism, Carroll/Fletcher, (London) and ArtPapers.org
  Leung Chi Wo in conversation with Carson Chan, in So I don't really know sometimes if its because of culture (Asia Art Pacific, 2014)
  PRODUCERS: Simon Castets, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 20 (Milan)
2013 Reconsidering Ungers: Brief Observations on a Legacy, Texte zur Kunst, No. 92 December, p. 64-77
  Measure of an Exhibition: Space, Not Art, is the Curator's Primary Material, in Space Matters: Exploring Spatial Theory Today, ed. Lukas Feireiss, (Vienna: Ambra Verlag)
  The City as Exhibition: Denver's Evolution through Beer Goggles, Draft Urbanism Exhibition Guide, Biennial of the Americas 2013, p. 4-12
  Hans Kollhoff: Interview, PIN-UP, Issue 14, Spring/Summer, p. 128-140
  Starting from Scratch: Aaron Moulton in Conversation with Carson Chan, Spike Art Quarterly, 36 (Vienna) p. 34-47
  Imparting Architecture, Not Design: Arno Brandlhuber in Conversation with Carson Chan, Nordic: Journal of Architecture No. 3 vol. 2, Winter 2012. p. 131-4
2012 Stop, Collaborate and Listen: Lawrence Halprin's RSVP Cycles, Spike Art Quarterly, 34 (Vienna) p. 68-77
  PRODUCERS: Almine Rech, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 17 (Milan) p. 122-8
  Game Changer: Lacaton & Vassal, 032c, 23rd Issue (Berlin) p. 130-141
  Stoned Island: Carlo Rivetti Q&A, 032c, 23rd Issue (Berlin) p. 238
  Express Yourself: with Christian Falsnaes, Spike Art Quarterly, Autumn 33 (Vienna) p. 86-97
  PRODUCERS: Ariane Beyn, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 16 (Milan)
  Higher Atlas: The Marrakech Biennale 4 in Context, Sternberg Press
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  Three Positions on the Art of Damien Hirst, C.Chan, Isobel Harbison and Laura McLean-Ferris, Kaleidoscope Web Special.
  PRODUCERS: Elvira Dyangani Ose, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 15 (Milan)
  Interview: Jürgen Mayer H, PIN-UP, Issue 12, Spring/Summer, p. 50-63
  PRODUCERS: Gavin Brown, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 14 (Milan)
  Eva Grubinger: Decoy, Sternberg Press
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2011 PRODUCERS: Ute Meta Bauer, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 13 (Milan) p. 168-175
  The Chermayeff Century, 032c, 22nd Issue (Berlin) p. 53-69
  Contemporary Art, Society and Engagement, in Moderators of Change, ed. Andres Lepik, Hatje Cantz Verlag. p. 242-253
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  What You Want is What You Get, in Monica Bonvicini: A Black Hole of Needs, Hopes and Ambitions, museum exhibition catalog, CAC Málaga. p. 91-101
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  Wall to Wall: A Conversation with Eyal Weizman, Setup, Vol.1 Issue 1, Spring (Vancouver). p. 18-27
  On Carlo Mollino, photos by Juergen Teller, 032c, 21st Issue (Berlin) p. 198-239
  Dream Boys: Conversation between Olafur Eliasson and Kevin Kelly, production by Carson Chan, 032c, 21st Issue (Berlin) p. 106-115
  And the Seasons, They Go Round and Round, exhibition catalog, 0047, Oslo
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  Concrete (Arno Brandlhuber and Porn), PIN-UP, Issue 10, Spring/Summer, p. 32-5
  Measure of an Exhibition: Space, Not Art, is the Curator's Primary Material, Fillip, Issue No. 13, Spring 2011 (Vancouver: Fillip) p. 28-37
  Diary from Venice: Another Biennial, Log 21, Winter 2011 (NY: Anyone Corp.) p. 23-31
2010 The Territory of Versions: Oliver Laric, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 9 (Milan) p. 90-5
  Interview with David Simon (creator/writer of The Wire): on TV as Discourse, by Carson Chan et al., 032c, 20th Issue (Berlin) p.138-45
  Cum to Chandigarh, in Expedaction, a project by Arno Brandlhuber, Isa Melsheimer and Christopher Roth
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  Archetype: Interview with Conroy Nachtigall (Arc'teryx), 032c, 20th Issue (Berlin) p.82-95
  Exhibiting Architecture: Show, Don't Tell, Domus, September 10. read it in Englisn / Italian
  The Flutter of Each Leaf: Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 8 (Milan) p. 60-7
  Epilogue, in The Nightmare of Participation, by Markus Miessen (Berlin: Sternberg Press) p. 271-9
  Introduction, co-author Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga, catalog text, in Hops Hopsi - Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir, PROGRAM (Berlin)
  Slumdog Visionaire: On the Work of Tobias Zielony, Kaleidoscope Magazine, Issue 7 (Milan) p. 56-63
  MVRDV: Berlin Voids, in Das ungebaute Berlin – Stadtkonzepte im 20. Jahrhundert, edited by Carsten Krohn. (Berlin: DOM Publishers) p. 296-8
  A Conversation with Sinta Werner, Mousse Magazine, online
  Was ist Loos?, 032c, 19th Issue (Berlin) p.247
  From Rags to Rags: Interview with Rick Owens, 032c, 19th Issue (Berlin) p.142-153
  The Bandlhuber Paradox, 032c, 19th Issue (Berlin) p.125-9
  She who is so lovely is drinking in that loveliness I've drunk: A written correspondence with William T. Vollmann, by Carson Chan and Matthew Evans, 032c, 19th Issue (Berlin) p.62-7
  Spectre (on René Habermacher's fashion photography), catalog text, in Hyères 2010 Festival International de Mode et de Photographie / Villa Noailles. (Paris: Archibooks) p.166-171
  Future Perfect Continuous, catalog text, in Dubai Düsseldorf, Kunstverein für die Rheinland und Westfalen: 2010. p.42-9 (in English and German) read red
  The Sundry Marginalia, Kaleidoscope blog, http://chan.thekaleidoscope.eu/
2009 Neverland: Interview with Thomas Demand, Udo Kittlemann and Adam Caruso, 032c, 18th Issue 'Thomas Demand' (Berlin) p.67-73
  Damir Doma, 032c, 18th Issue 'Thomas Demand' (Berlin) p.256
  Meeting the Maker, Kaleidoscope Magaine, Issue 2 (Milan) p.142-5
  A Starry Night; Under the Open Sky (Paolo Chiasera), catalog text, in Unter Freiem Himmel, MARTa Herford (Bielefeld: Kerber) red
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  Evol, catalog text (Berlin: Wilde Galerie) read red
  Boros Bunker: Make Art Not War, V Man, February (New York)
  Barkow Leibinger: Atlas of Fabrication, 032c, 17th Issue 'Mike Mills' (Berlin)
  6 Galleries at Miami Art Basel: Klemm's, Tokion, February (New York: Downtown Media Group) p.44
2008 Mono.kultur No.18: MVRDV: On Statics and Statistics, (Berlin: Mono.kultur) read intro red
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  Nathan Peter: eminent domain (New Life Berlin), catalog text, Wooloo (Berlin)
  Greg Lynn: Curve Your Enthusiasm, 032c, 15th Issue ‘Haus der Kunst’ (Berlin)
  Modern Nomads: Homecoming, WestEast Magazine, Issue 25, Summer 2008 (Hong Kong) p.108-111
  Go East to Go West: the subversive politics of building regulations, Velvet Magazine, January 2008 (London/Athens)
2007 Utopia: Neville Mars, WestEast Magazine, Issue 23, Winter 2007/2008 (Hong Kong)
  Dream Machine: David Woodard, WestEast Magazine, Issue 23, Winter 2007/2008 (Hong Kong)
  It’s a bird, it’s a plane: musings on Mike Kelley’s Kandor, co-author F. Lazaridou-Hatzigoga, Velvet Magazine, December 2007 (London/Athens) p.32-33
  Bow-Wow Berlin, 032c, 14th Issue ‘Cecil Balmond’, Winter 2007 (Berlin) p.234-237
  Einar Thorsteinn, 032c, 13th Issue ‘Energy Experimentation’, Summer 2007 (Berlin) p.80-83
  Ryan McLaughlin, NYArts Magazine, January-February 2007 (New York) p.44-45
2006 Takehito Koganezawa: Introduction, Sleek Magazine, November 2006 (Berlin) p.82-87