Exploring Ritual in Queer Performance Cultures in Artlyst, 2022
An interview and preview of FUTURERITUAL at the ICA.

Interaction Interrupted: Will Performance Art Survive the Pandemic? in Elephant, 2021, by Joe Lloyd A feature reflecting on the implications of the pandemic on performance art, featuring Joseph, Rose Lejeune and Kate Davies.

One of the special magics of performance art is the vibrant possibility of the live encounter’
Interview in Run Riot, 2021, with Adam Bloodworth An interview reflecting on Joseph’s practice ahead of PSX: a decade of performance art in the UK.

Forum, Performance, Religion and Spirituality Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020), edited by Joshua Edelman
A discussion between R Aslan, Chris Gylee, Rand T. Hazou, Joseph Morgan Schofield, Sarah Woodland, and Joshua Edelman.

‘(No) Lasting Damage’, (re)collecting (f)ears,  2019, edited by selina bonelli A publication reflecting on bonelli’s performance project, published by ]performance s p a c e[.

FUTURERITUAL, performing borders, 2019, interview by Alessandra Cianetti performingborders is a curatorial research-platform, co-run by Alessandra Cianetti and Xavier de Sousa, that explores the relations between Live Art and notions and lived experiences of cultural, juridical, racial, gendered, class, physical, economic, and everyday borders.

‘a [queer] [future] ritual’, hereafter, 2018, edited by Charlie Ashwell and Es Morgan A book of essays by artists considering the question of the future. hereafter was an independent artist publication.


momentum, VestAndPage, 2021
A conversation on collectivity and care, featuring Joseph and Lois Keidan, hosted by Andrea Pagnes.

MagicThe Liberia Room Podcast, 2019
Curator Madeleine Dunnigan is joined by tarot card reader Shy Charles, poet Nisha Ramayya and performance artist Joseph Morgan Schofield to discuss magic in contemporary culture.

Mailing List // joseph@futureritual.co.uk

all rights reserved
Joseph Morgan Schofield, 2024