New Welsh Review, issue 113, Winter 2016; review by Claire Pickard of exhibition Dave Ball: Searching for the Welsh Landscape at Aberystywth Arts Centre


The Ceredigion Herald, 25 Nov 2016; article by Jon Coles 'Searching for the Welsh Landscape' Exhibition at Aberystwyth Arts Centre


Sep 2016: Fabriquer l'improbable / To Make the Improbable catalogue published in Montreal in conjunction with the 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 Veronique Leblanc

Dave Ball: The Most Boring Game in the World, Travelogue, 7 Sep 2016; interview by curator Matteo Bittanti about absurdity, humour, and the video I've Always Wanted to Travel Across America, which was included in the exhibition Travelogue at Palazzo Ducali in Mantua, Italy

Le Devoir, 18 Apr 2015; Dinner Party project featured in a review Parler de toutes les voix of the Polyphoniques exhibition at Optica, Montreal by Jérôme Delgado (in French)

Dave Ball: Letter "C" Work in Progress artist feature by Maria Brudasca for Galerie Art Claims Impulse, Berlin, Jul 2015


Interview about 2013 Quebec residency project The Museum of Uninteresting Experience conducted by Dominique Allard and Véronique Leblanc in collaboration with le Musée de la mémoire vivante, Saint-Jean-Port-Joli

Le Devoir, 30 Aug 2013; Quebec residency project The Museum of Uninteresting Experience featured in a review of Making the Improbable by Jérôme Delgado

Le Soleil, 3 Aug 2013; Quebec residency project previewed in a feature Fabriquer l'improbable à Est-Nord-Est: Inventions Parallèles by Josianne Desloges [see Making the Improbable at Est-Nord-Est: Parallel Inventions for a Google-translated English version]


Berlin Artparasites, 21 June 2013; A to Z project featured in an article A is for Artist: Drawing by the Book by Sofia Martinellini

BBC Wales Arts, 30 Nov 2011; Ha Ha Road and other Mostyn exhibitions previewed by Laura Chamberlain

The Guardian, 13 Aug 2011; Ha Ha Road exhibition preview by Robert Clarke


The Observer, 7 Aug 2011; Ha Ha Road exhibition preview by Imogen Carter

Kunstforum, vol. 210, 2011; Dinner Party discussed by Michael Hauffen in review of Making Mirrors: of Body and Gaze at NGBK in Berlin

Goethe Institute: Media Art in Germany [website], Aug 2011; Dinner Party discussed by Peter Zorn in survey of new tendencies in live media art, Life is Liveness!


Derzeit, vol. 5, issue 2, 2011; Dinner Party feature by Sonja Stössel, On the Attempt to Divide Body and Mind

Tagesspiegel, 5 Jul 2011; Dinner Party discussed by Elke Linda Buchholz in review of Making Mirrors: of Body and Gaze at NGBK in Berlin

thedumprecyclingmysli [blog], 6 Dec 2010; The Table Tennis Player and the World discussed in Olga Milogrodzka's article The Recycling of Ideas is Inevitable Anyway about the exhibition Dump: Recycling of Thoughts at Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art in Gdansk, Poland

a-n Magazine, Mar 2010; Being Somewhere discussed by Eleonora Schinella in review of Artsway Open 09 at Artsway in Sway, UK


Extraordinary Days [film], 2009; How to Live, Tin Anagrams, Things to Do With Biscuits and Driving featured in Chris Keenan's film about the exhibition Extraordinary Days at Oriel Davies Gallery in Newtown, UK

Dave Ball: Being Somewhere, 2009; series of postcards published by Bernd Milla/Künstlerhäuser Worpswede to accompany residecy project.


Dave Ball: How to Live, 2008; exhibition catalogue published by Galerie Art Claims Impulse to accompany residency and solo show.

liverpool.com, 2008; If I Found One I'd Have to Call It Bob discussed in article about The Royal Standard Gallery in Liverpool, UK

a-n Magazine, Apr 2006; National Express discussed in report about NAN-NANA artists' networking event in Nottingham, UK

Axis [website], 2006; practice nominated by Anthony Shapland for Open Frequency, a survey of new developments in contemporary art

BBC News [website], 23 Jul 2003; Pink Wafer Equivalent VIII featured in article Artist Swaps Bricks for Biscuits; coinciding with exhibition The Joy of Kitsch at Oriel Myrddin Gallery, Carmarthen, UK


Carmarthen Journal, Jul 2003; Pink Wafer Equivalent VIII featured on front page; coinciding with exhibition The Joy of Kitsch at Oriel Myrddin Gallery, Carmarthen, UK