+ Interview for SoundScene 2022 at the Smithsonian Hirshhorn and Sculpture Garden, recorded and edited by the Korean Cultural Center Washington DC
+ AGOINSIDER interview for the work, When the Others Lick Underneath Your Tongue at Soundscene 2022, the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museumand Sculpture Garden
+ My-Vam Fam, Ivetta Sunyoung Kang, Reyhan Yazdani, Florence Yee and Ketty Zhang: Familial Writing: Artistic Responses During COVID-19. Authors: Sara Piché, Tamara Harkness, and Alice MIng Wai Jim. Published by BRILL.
+ Artist Interview: REFLECTING WITH IVETTA KANG: EXPERIENCES OF MENTAL HEALTH & IMMIGRATION IN ART by By Marie Saadeh, organized and published by Chenghuai

Exhibition Catalouge for Proposition 1: Hands at Cool Change Contemporary, written by Sophia Park
+ Radio Interview with Pirate Bloc Radio in response to the Micropize by Eastern Bloc, Montreal, Canada. 
Resistant Bodies: The Intersections of Self and Hea, Originally streamed: October 21, 2020Rendezvous With Madness Festival October 15-25, 2020
+From Body to Body to Bodies Explores Corporeality in a Virtual world’ written by Sara Eldabaa, McGill Tribune
+ Digital artist talk with artists of From Body to Body to Bodies, organized by Time Arts and Culture
+The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, Issue 07: TILTING (1), TILTING (2) Edited and published by Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto Mississauga“ by Anj Fermor, C Magazine Issue 147 Autumn 2020 “Gather”
Essay written by Jenny (Yiping) Zhang, about Proposition 1: Hands, currently being presented at Xpace Cultural Centre in Tkaronto/Toronto, Canada+ Radio interview on anti-racism and hate crimes on Cafe CKUT Part 1 & Part 2, Organized and moderated by Esther Bourdages

Presentation text written by the curator, Blair Murphy, for the group show By Proxy at Arlington Arts Center, USA
Sea You Here: Art and Sustainability | Halfway review, Stichting SEA Foundation, The Netherlands, written by Michaela Davidova

SDUK - Issue 07: TILTING |Blackwoord Gallery, University of Toronto Mississauga, Tkaronto/Toronto, Canada, April 2020
A SEISMOLOGY OF REMINISCENCE, moderated by the curator, Esther Bourdages (Aug 2019), the 2020 edition of the Les Percéides Festival