Selected writing fragments through the years – click on the links for access.

KRIER Sophie, MEZZADRA Sandro, VERLET BOTTÉRO Stéphane, “Overtime as Method” in: BURTSCHER Angelika & LUPO Daniele (Eds.). As If, 16 Dialogues about Sheep, Black Holes, and Movement. A Lungomare Reader, Spector Books, Leipzig, 2023. pp 235-251

CORNELIS Els, DE MUIJNCK Catelijne, “Interview met Sophie Krier” in: From a University of the Arts to a Pluriversity of the Arts, Arnhem: Apria/ArteZ, published Feb 16, 2023. Online: https://apria.artez.nl/interview-met-sophie-krier/

COZZOLINO Francesca et KRIER Sophie, « « Faire danser la terre » »Techniques & Culture [En ligne], 78 | 2022, mis en ligne le 01 janvier 2023URL : http://journals.openedition.org/tc/18411 ; DOI : https://doi.org/10.4000/tc.18411

GOMEZ MONT Gabriella, KRIER Sophie. “The vertical axis: education from below” in The Red Door Project, a collaboration with Rijksakademie, published December 2022

GIGLIOTTI Robert, KRIER Sophie.  “School of Verticality. A tribute to grounded practices and situated forms of knowing. A conversation with Lungomare.” In: FUAD-LUKE Alastair (ed.), Field Explorations: Practicing agri-cultures through design- and art-based interventions, Berlin: Agents of Alternative, 2022

INGOLD Tim, KRIER Sophie. « Habiter le monde et en être habités. Une correspondance entre Tim Ingold et Sophie Krier » in: « Habiter », Perspective : actualité en histoire de l’art, n° 2021 – 2, p. 89-110 [en ligne : http://journals.openedition.org/perspective/25068].

KRIER Sophie, VESTERS Christel. OVERTIME, Arnhem: APRIA (ArtEZ Platform for Research Interventions of the Arts) Journal, 2021

HAAGSMA Lotte, “Als een roerloze jager in het riet / Helend landschap” in: Metropolis M, nr 3, juni/juli 2021. Online: https://www.lottehaagsma.nl/artikelen/helend-landschap/

INGOLD Tim, KRIER Sophie. “Solitude” in: TASSINARI Virginia, STASZOWSKI Eduardo (eds.), Designing in Dark Times. An Arendtian Lexicon, New York: Bloosmbury Visual Arts, 2020

KRIER Sophie (ed.), dach&zephir, COTTER Lucy, GOLSENNE Thomas, LUCRÈCE André. Field Essays: Éloj Kréyol, Meanderings in the field of decolonial design, Eindhoven: Onomatopee, 2019

KRIER Sophie (ed.). Zakcatalogus ofde Beeldlijst der voornaamste zaken…, Middelburg: University College Roosevelt, self-published in limited edition, 2017

KRIER Sophie & SHIRATORI Hiroko. “Fiction as Function: Unusual objects from Japan“, in: Alex Coles (ed.), Design Fiction, EP Volume 2, Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2016, pp 113-128

KRIER Sophie, BARSTOW Oliver, BERENDSE Manon (eds.). How to think like a mountain in a land of sea, Middelburg: University College Roosevelt, 2016.

KRIER Sophie. “Lâcher prise” (systema movement intervention) in: VERLET-BOTTÉRO Stéphane (ed.), We need more places to fall in love, Basel: Nature Addicts! Found Academy, 2016, pp. 14-15.

KRIER Sophie (ed.). Sigurðarson B., Ingold T., Edelkoort L., 2015, Field Essays: Things that happened, Eindhoven: Onomatopee, 2015

KRIER Sophie, CASAS Carlos (eds.). A Lecture (audio lecture & publication), Treviso: Heads Collective H12, 2013

KRIER Sophie (ed.), MUECKE Jonathan, PRINCEN Bas. Field Essays: Every Image Contains An Object, Eindhoven: Onomatopee, 2012

KRIER Sophie. Here and Nowhere Else: Ici Casa in: DAMn Magazine no 27, 2011, pp. 47-53

KRIER Sophie. “Le parapluie jaune de Bonpapa et Marraine” in: BURTSCHER Angelika, LUPO Daniele (eds.), Storie di Cose, Bozen–Bolzano: Faculty of Design and Art, Free University of Bozen–Bolzano, 2009, pp. 164-165.

KRIER Sophie (ed.), HESS Bas, Mc Rae Lucy, POKROPSKI Marek. Field Essays: Pick of Sticks Embodied, Eindhoven: Onomatopee, 2008

KRIER Sophie, VAN STRIEN Robbert (eds.). A conversational Essay, Amsterdam: Rietveld DesignLAB, Rietveld Academie, 2009

KRIER Sophie, SHAFIR Léna (eds.). New ways of working, Amsterdam: DesignLAB Rietveld Academie, 2008

KRIER Sophie. Impossible Gods: In Between in: DAMn Magazine no 18, 2008, pp. 25-32

KRIER Sophie. Helikoptervlucht, Een verkenning van het Nederlands ontwerplandschap, Amsterdam: Premsela Foundation (now fused into The New Institute), 2003