“Jan Estep,” MN Originals, Twin Cities Public Television, April 4, 2014,  view online

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“Beyond the Modernist Understanding of Consciousness,” video recording of a public forum discussing embodied cognition, neuroscience, and the potential connections between science and the arts and humanities. I presented my fMRI drawings and shared my views on the topic, hosted by the Institute for Advanced Study, UMN, February 26, 2015, view online [my talk begins at 36:30 minutes].

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Scott F. Parker, “Jan Estep In and As Art,” interview for The Believer Magazine Logger, January 21, 2014.

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Monica Manolescu, “Jan Estep, Beneath the Surface (of Language),” and Chantal Bax, “Jan Estep, Searching for Ludwig Wittgenstein,” Cartographies de l’Amerique, Transatlantica 2/2012, June 18, 2013.

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David Evans, The Art of Walking: A Field Guide (London, England: Black Dog Publishing, March 2013).

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Peter Shea, “Interview with Jan Estep,” video produced by Bat of Minerva for Institute for Advanced Study, University of Minnesota, January 25, 2013. view online

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Joel Hagen, “Imaginationland,” mnartists.org, June 22, 2012. read online

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Mason Riddle, “A Place By Any Other Name: ‘Regarding Place’ and ‘Power and Place,’” Quodlibetica, Constellation 18, February 2012. read online

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Tucker Hollingsworth, “A Conversation with Jan Estep,” Minnesota Photo Blog, December 30, 2011. read online

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Taylor Isaacson, Interview with Jan Estep, November 17, 2008. read

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Michelle Grabner, “Jan Estep [Wittgenstein Project],” MCAD/McKnight Artists 2006-2007, exhibition catalogue (Minneapolis: MCAD/McKnight Foundation, 2007). read

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Patricia Briggs, “Words Give and Take: An Interview with Jan Estep,” Hot Air Sincerely, exhibition brochure (Milwaukee: Barrow and Juarez Contemporary Art, 2007). read

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Regan Golden-McNerney, “…the Writing on the Wall,” Susceptible to Images, May 23, 2007. read

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Mary Shafer, “Off the Beaten Path,” in CLA Today, University of Minnesota, Winter 2006. read

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Ben Rutter, Jan Estep: Ad Infinitum, The Optimist and the Skeptic, exhibition brochure (New York: Art in General, 2005). read

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