Vengeful Animism, On Maxim Komar-Myshkin’s Vladimir’s Night (PDF); an earlier introductory text published in: Anselm Franke, editor, Animism, Modernity through the Looking Glass (Vienna, Generali Foundation, 2012)
Live and Die as Eva Braun and Other Intimate Stories (Sternberg Press, 2017), a bilingual, German-English compilation of short texts: artworks fiction, scripts and political essays.
From the book [English only]:
The narrator tells of his wife’s disappearance and Maurizio Cattelan’s demise, while they were set to preview an art project realized in a Pygmy village in Congo. The story is told by circling letters in texts culled from different sources, from books to news items published as the work was made, and so, the reader encounters two different narratives on each page. A change of the circles’ color indicates a new word.
From: Roee Rosen, Justine Frank, Sweet Sweat (Sternberg Press, 2009)
Joanna Führer-HaSfary, “I’m My Own Grandma, The Past and Present Lives of Justine Frank”
First published in the out-of-print catalogue Justine Frank, A Retrospective (Herzliya Museum, 2003).
Roee Rosen, “Towards the Work Hilarious, Former Cases of Dysfunctional Humor,” Published in:
(Spanish and English), Constelaciones De Lenguaje, a reader edited by Eduardo Thomas to accompany the Injerto section of Ambulante Film Festival in Mexico (2011) .
“Confession,” Mafte'akh, Lexical Review of Political Thought
A text delivered as part of the political dictionary forum, Minerva Institute, The Tel Aviv University, 2010