Dave Ball: Art, Absurdity, and Life is an extended interview with Pablo Denegri about my work and career, recorded for the Post-World Podcast at Karl Marx Studios in Berlin. Post-World Podcast is a 'bunker-born series of in-depth interviews that explores culture and society through the lens of our guests.'
A to Z: An Interview with Dave Ball is an extended interview with Melanie Zagrean of Galerie Art Claims Impulse about my A to Z project. Originally streamed on 12 November 2021, a 30-minute edited version is now available to watch.
Article Dedicated Dave is Working His Way Through the Alphabet about Gallery Oldham solo exhibition A to Z: The First Seven Years in Oldham Evening Chronicle, 4 Dec 2018.
Review by Claire Pickard of solo exhibition at Aberystwyth Arts Centre Dave Ball: Searching for the Welsh Landscape in New Welsh Review, issue 113, Winter 2016.
Article by Jon Coles on Searching for the Welsh Landscape exhibition at Aberystwyth Arts Centre in Ceredigion Herald, 25 Nov 2016.
Interview about solo exhibition Searching for the Welsh Landscape at Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales with curator Steffan Jones-Hughes.
Catalogue published in Montreal in conjunction with 2013 residency and exhibition at Est-Nord-Est in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Quebec, Canada. Features documentation of The Museum of Uninteresting Experience, and essays by Dominique Allard and Véronique Leblanc.
Interview by Matteo Bittanti, Dave Ball: The Most Boring Game in the World, about absurdity, humour, and the video I've Always Wanted to Travel Across America, which was included in the exhibition Travelogue at Palazzo Ducali, Mantua, Italy.
Feature by Maria Brudasca, A to Z Letter “C”: Work in Progress, on ongoing project A to Z, written for Galerie Art Claims Impulse, Berlin.
Dinner Party project featured in review, Parler de toutes les voix, of Polyphoniques exhibition at Optica, Montreal by Jérôme Delgado (in French).
Interview with Mel Brimfield and Anthony Shapland in It Was Never Going to be Straightforward, published by g39 Gallery, Cardiff, Wales.
Interview about residency project The Museum of Uninteresting Experience in Quebec, Canada, conducted by curators Dominique Allard and Véronique Leblanc in collaboration with le Musée de la mémoire vivante, Saint-Jean-Port-Joli.
Quebec residency project The Museum of Uninteresting Experience featured in a review of exhibition Making the Improbable by Jérôme Delgado.
Quebec residency project previewed in a feature, Fabriquer l’improbable à Est-Nord-Est: Inventions Parallèles by Josianne Desloges (in French; Google-translated English version here).
Feature on A to Z project by Sofia Martinelli, A is for Artist: Drawing by the Book, published in Berlin Artparasites to coincide with solo exhibition at Galerie Art Claims Impulse, Berlin.
Essay by Robert Eckstein, A to Z: From Aardvark to Axle von Dave Ball, on solo exhibition at Galerie Art Claims Impulse, Berlin in 2013 (in German).
Ha Ha Road exhibition previewed by Laura Chamberlain.
Ha Ha Road exhibition preview by Robert Clarke.
Ha Ha Road exhibition preview by Imogen Carter.
On the Attempt to Divide Body and Mind, feature by Sonja Stössel about Dinner Party project, Derzeit magazine, vol. 5, issue 2, 2011.
Dinner Party project discussed in review by Elke Linda Buchholz of Making Mirrors: of Body and Gaze at NGBK, Berlin.
Dinner Party project discussed in review by Michael Hauffen of Making Mirrors: of Body and Gaze at NGBK, Berlin in Kunstforum International, vol. 210, 2011.
Dinner Party project discussed in Life is Liveness!, a report by Peter Zorn on new tendencies in live media art, published online at goethe.de.
The Table Tennis Player and the World discussed in review by Olga Milogrodzka, The Recycling of Ideas is Inevitable Anyway, about the exhibition The Dump: Recycling of Thoughts at Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdansk, Poland.
Being Somewhere discussed in review by Eleonora Schinella of Artsway Open 09 at Artsway, Sway, UK.
Several works featured in a film by Chris Keenan about the exhibition Extraordinary Days at Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, Wales in 2009.
Exhibition catalogue Dave Ball: How to Live published by Galerie Art Claims Impulse to accompany residency and solo exhibition.
Essay by Anna-Sophie Springer, Acts of Freedom or How to Waste Time? in response to How to Live project, published in exhibition catalogue Dave Ball: How to Live, by Galerie Art Claims Impulse, Berlin.
Interview by Melanie Zagrean & Pierre Wolter about residency project How to Live, in exhibition catalogue Dave Ball: How to Live, published by Galerie Art Claims Impulse, Berlin.
Video work If I Found One I’d Have to Call It Bob discussed in article, Arts Outsiders: Vauxhall Motors Comes in from the Cold, about exhibition Navigator at Royal Standard Gallery, Liverpool, UK.
Performance work National Express discussed in report about NAN-NANA artists’ networking event in Nottingham, UK.
Practice nominated by Anthony Shapland for Open Frequency, an annual survey of new developments in contemporary art.
Front-page report Dave’s Tickled Pink! on installation Pink Wafer Equivalent VIII, shown at exhibition The Joy of Kitsch at Oriel Myrddin Gallery, Carmarthen, UK.
Artist Swaps Bricks for Biscuits, report on installation Pink Wafer Equivalent VIII, shown at exhibition The Joy of Kitsch at Oriel Myrddin Gallery, Carmarthen, UK.