Online reviews of the Hayward show include core.form-ula, the artblog, Centre for the Aesthetic Revolution, Dezeen, and The Independent. Meanwhile, Dancing Allowed is at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati through October, and Intimacy opens this month in Oslo. Navedenga was at MoMA last spring. Stephanie Buhmann talked with Neto for Sculpture (June 2010), as have Fernanda Gomez (2008) and Bill Arning (2000) for Bomb.
“anthropodino,” last year at the Park Avenue Armory, was reviewed by Ken Johnson (New York Times) and Anne Wehr (Frieze). “The Malmö Experience” was at the Kunsthalle there in 2006 (see Designboom). Parkett 78 (2006) included Philip Ursprung, “A Daydream: In Ernsto Neto’s Globiobabel Nudelioname Landmoonaia” (PDF online); Paulo Herkenhoff, “Leviathan Thot: A Politics of the Plumb”; and Yuko Hasegawa, “New Places of Contemplation.”
For “A Maximum Minimum Time Space Between Us and the Parsimonious Universe,” at BAM/PFA in 2001, Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson wrote a brochure (PDF online). See also Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, with five solo shows between 2001 and 2008.