Papers, books and book chapters:

Jonathan Orlek ‘Sharing the Domestic through ‘Residential Performance’’ in Graham Cairns, Giorgos Artopoulos, and Kirsten Day, eds., From Conflict to Inclusion in Housing: Interaction of Communities, Residents and Activists, UCL Press, 2017.

Jonathan Orlek, Cristina Cerulli, and Mark Parsons, ‘Prototyping Shared Living: Collective Residential Experiments’, BDC. Bollettino Del Centro Calza Bini 16, no. 2 (7 January 2017): 251–64.

Jonathan Orlek (ed.), Multivoices: A Script by Researchers, Spirit Duplicator, 2018

Mathieu Berger et al., eds., Designing Urban Inclusion, Université Catholique de Louvain/ Université Libre de Bruxelles, 2018.

Jonathan Orlek, An Archaeology of a Contemporary Construction, in Honor Gavin and Adam Kaasa (eds.), Uncommon Building, Spirit Duplicator, 2017.

Jonathan Orlek, Mark Parsons and Cristina Cerulli, Experimental Residential: How Can Short-Term Shared Living be Introduced in UK City Centres?, newspaper, Sheffield: Antenna Press, 2015.

Jonathan Orlek, ‘A Response to Reflexive Practice’, in Matthew Cheeseman, ed., NO PICNIC: Explorations in art and research, Sheffield and London: NATCECT & AND Publishing, 2014.


Conference Proceedings:

Jonathan Orlek, ‘”In House” Research: Reflections on Moving In and Out of Artist-led Housing’, What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About The Artist-Led, Exhibition Research Lab, 31st January 2020.

Jonathan Orlek and Cristina Cerulli ‘Developing a Critical Practice: Inhabitation as Performance in the OPERA Project’, presented at This Thing Called Theory 12th AHRA Conference, Leeds Beckett University. 19th – 21st November 2015.

Jonathan Orlek, Mark Parsons and Cristina Cerulli Collective Residential Experiments: Prototyping Shared Living through the Reuse of Vacant Buildings, presented at Living Together Conference, Dipartimento di Architettura dell’Università Federico II, Naples. 1st – 2nd October 2015.

Jonathan Orlek and Cristina Cerulli, Performing Home, Presentation at Home and Art: Creating, Performing and Researching Home, Geffrye Museum of the Home, London. 1st May 2015.