Publications and Press
Poetry Magazine, cover, May 2014
Lift Off: Earthlings and the Great Beyond. Anonda Bell, et al. Paul Robeson Galleries, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 2011
Material Assumptions: Paper as Dialogue, The Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago, IL: Interview with Hannah King
Laura Pearson, Meet Chicago’s Rising Art Stars, Chicago Magazine. Sept. 2015.
Mahjabeen Syed, 2nd Terrain Biennial Sprawls Far Beyond the Suburbs, NewCity, August 22nd, 2015.
Lori Waxman, “Terrain Biennial makes Oak Park an art nexus,” Chicago Tribune, August 26th, 2015.
Bad At Sports, “Episode 521: Terrain!” August 23, 2015.
Philip A. Hartigan, “Sculpting the Shapes of a Monochrome Landscape,” Hyperallergic.com, March 11. 2015.
Stephen Anderson, “Panopticon at UMOCA,” UglyMag.com, March 2015.
ArToronto: “Kate McQuillen: Dead Reckoning,” by David Saric, Nov. 2014.
Printeresting: “New Voices: Kate McQuillen,” by Sage Dawson, June 2014.
“Scary stories to tell with some art,” by Sarah Nardi for the Chicago Reader.
“Artist probes surveillance and limits of privacy“. By June Chua on Rabble.ca.
Farquaharson, Rachel. OBC’s Kate McQuillen demonstrates a voracious and creative appetite for destruction, on April 5, 2013,
Material Assumptions: Paper as Dialogue, The Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago, IL: Exhibition brochure
Lauren Weinberg, “Pushing (the city) limits,” Time Out Chicago, February 10-16, 2011.
“Paper pushed to its limits becomes art.” Oak Leaves, 27 Jan. 2011.
“Never Green,” Barbara Gilbert, catalog of duo exhibition at Open Studio, Toronto. 2010.