<last updated: 2017>

Wright, Mark P (2017). “Post-Natural Sound Arts.” Journal of Sonic Studies. Vol. 14 [online].


Wright, Mark P (2017). “The Noisy-Nonself: Towards a Monstrous Practice of More-than-human Listening.” Evental Aesthetics [online].


Wright, Mark P (2016). “The Thing About Microphones.” Leonardo Music Journal. Vol. 26: 60-63. Boston: MIT Press.


Wright, Mark P (2016). “Ventricles.” Continent Journal. Issue 5.3 [online].


Wright, Mark P (2016). “Auto Dialogical Feedback and the Poetics of Letting Go.” Sensate Journal, Harvard [online].


Wright, Mark P (2016). “Anxious, Dismal, Giddy, Aggressive: Seth Kim-Cohen Interviewed by Mark Peter Wright.” Against Ambience and Other Essays. Kim-Cohen, Seth (author). London: Bloomsbury, pp.177-188.


Wright, Mark P (2016).  “A Monstrous attempt at More-than-human Listening.” Listening Across Disciplines. [broadcast] London: Resonance FM.


Wright, Mark P (2016). “The Field Has Ears.” British Library [online].


Wright, Mark P (2016). “Like When a Cat Enters a Room.” Listening and its Not. Farmer, Patrick (ed). Oxford: SARU/Compost & Height, pp.52-53.


Wright, Mark P (2015).  In Conversation with Mark Jackson. [broadcast] London: Resonance FM.


Wright, Mark P (2014). Tasked to Hear. Cumbria: Corbel Stone Press.


Wright, Mark P (2014). “Still Listening?” Interference Journal. [online].


Wright, Mark P (2014). “Ecstatic Electric.” Psyche Tropes. TROPES001 [triple vinyl].


Wright, Mark P (2014). Bio-critical Incidents. Sonic Terrain. STR16 [online].


Wright, Mark P (2013). A Proposed Vocabulary Exchange. Generative Constraints. London: Royal Holloway University: PbP [online].


Wright, Mark P (2013). “Severing All Ties.” An Antidote to Indifference. Tipp, C (ed). Vol. 6: 51-53. London: Caught by the River.


Wright, Mark P (2013). “Listening Acts.” On Listening. Carlyle, A. & Lane, C (eds). Devon: Uniform Books, pp.34-37.






Wright, Mark P (2017). Inversions. Postcards from the Anthropocene. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh.


Wright, Mark P (2017). The Thing About Microphones. Music Hackspace. London: Somerset House.


Wright, Mark P & Carlyle, A (2017). Foleys from the Field. Liar Lyre. London: Welcome Collection.


Wright, Mark P & Hunter, H (2017). Geofictions. Conflict Materials. London: Arts Catalyst.


Wright, Mark P (2016). Noisy-Nonselves and the Apophenia of listening. Guest Lecture Series. London: UAL.


Wright, Mark P (2016). Un-methods. Evolution of Methodologies. Sunderland: National Glass Centre.


Wright, Mark P (2016). I is Another and Another (Looped). Promises of Monsters. Stavanger: University of Stavanger.


Wright, Mark P (2016). In Conversation with Tove Kjellmark. Stavanger: Sølveberget Kulturhus.


Wright, Mark P (2016). The Thing about Microphones. Sounding out the Anthropocene. Basel: Critical Media Lab.


Wright, Mark P (2016). Guest Lecture. Contemporary Art Lecture Series. Newcastle: Northumbria University.


Wright, Mark P (2015). In Conversation. Desired Futures. Middlesbrough: MIMA.


Wright, Mark P (2015). All You Monsters. In Conversation with Angus Carlyle. London: IMT Gallery.


Wright, Mark P (2015). I, the Thing in the Margins. Capturing the Real. Peterborough: City Museum & Art Gallery.


Wright, Mark P (2014). Sounding Rites in Humanimentical Worlds. Guest Lecture. Oxford: Oxford Brookes University.


Wright, Mark P (2014). Asymmetries in the Field. Hearing Landscape Critically. Boston: Harvard University.


Wright, Mark P (2014). Whistle Blowing the Field. Mapping the Field. Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen.


Wright, Mark P (2014). Sounding the Non-site of Sound. Revisiting the Quarry. Leeds: Yorkshire Sculpture Park.


Wright, Mark P (2013). Symposium Chair. Noise Summit. London: South London Gallery.


Wright, Mark P (2013). Auto-dialogical Feedback. Symposium on Acoustic Ecology. Kent: University of Kent.


Wright, Mark P (2013). The Multiple Sites of Listening. Sensing Site. London: Parasol Unit.


Wright, Mark P (2013). Stretching the Field. In the Field. London: British Library.


Wright, Mark P (2013). Veracity of Memory. Centre for Possible Studies. London: Serpentine Gallery.



Writing     by others 

Yezbick, Julia (2016). A Conversation with Mark Peter Wright. Sensate Harvard [online].


Sutcliffe, Jamie (2016). Art and the Chthulucene. Art Monthly: 394.


Thomas, Nathan (2015). Nature is Actively Capturing Me. Journal of Wild Culture [online].


Carlyle, Angus (2015). All You Monsters. Exhibition Catalogue. ISBN: 978-0-9551449-8-1.


Jeffreys, Tom (2015). I, the Thing in the Margins. Learned Pig [online].


Voegelin, Salomé (2015). Paper Cuts. Wire Magazine: 371.


Voegelin, Salomé (2014). “Sonic Materialism: The Sound of Stones.” Sonic Possible Worlds. London: Bloomsbury, pp.99-102.


Skelton, Richard (2014). The Embracing of Failure. Corbel Stone Press [online].


Smyth, Cherry (2013). 30 Minutes of Listening. Art Monthly: 362.


Greslé, Yvette (2012). 30 Minutes of Listening. This is Tomorrow [online].


Pisano, Leandro (2012). Mark Peter Wright. Blow Up: 165.