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Selected Bibliography
WERE IT AS IF, Beyond An Institution That Is, published by Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 2017
School of Missing Studies, Sandberg series No. 1, published by Sternberg Press/Sandberg Institute, 2017
Public Space? Lost and Found, produced by ACT and distributed by MIT Press, 2017
Bik Van der Pol X Charlemagne Palestine,MetropolisM, Vol.3/2015
The Kabul-Kassel connection: Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev on Documenta, interview by Bik Van der Pol in Metropolis M/June 2012
Work To Do, by Bik Van der Pol - State of the Art essay, published by Tent. Rotterdam, 2011
Momentarily - Learning From Mega Events, edited by Bik Van der Pol, Urban Subjects, Alissa Firth Eagland, published by Western Front, 2011
The Encyclopedia of Fictional Artists: Addition, edited by Krist Gruijthuijsen. Published by JRP - Ringier, 2011
The Discursive Sculpture, Models of Criticality, Exchange and Transform (Arbeitstitel) in: Selected Maria Lind Writing, published by Sternberg Press, 2010
Dialogue between Aspra.mente and Bik Van der Pol, in: Visible, a project by Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto and Fondazione Zegna, 2010, published by Sternberg Press
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Art & Research, A Journal of Ideas, Contexts and Methods, Volume 3, No 2, Summer 2010
A Guided Tour. text by Bik Van der Pol for Crack - Koen van der Broek, with texts by Text/authors: Wouter Davidts, Bik van der Pol, Dirk Lauwaert, Andrew Renton, Merel van Tilburg, John C. Welchman, Metahaven. Published by Valiz, 2010
Changing the system unexpectedly, text by Bik Van der Pol in: Situation, edited by Claire Doherty, published by whitechapelgallery, London, 2009
Plug In to Play, published by Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven, 2009
Differentiated Neighborhoods of New Belgrade, Centre of Visual Culture at MOCAB, edited by Zoran Eric, published by MOCAB, Belgrade, 2009
Public Arena, project for InContext3, Tallaght, Dublin. Publication containing script of film Public Arena, designed by David Bennewith
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