Tselika, E. Loizidou C. and Antoniadou A. (2017). Words of Transition. Rites, circles, triangles and water. Re Aphrodite: Nicosia
Stylianou E. Tselika E. And Koureas G. (edition). Contemporary Art in Cyprus : Politics, Identity and Culture Across Borders. Bloomsbury. Estimated publication date 2018
Tselika. E. ‘Considering theories and criticisms around social engagement’. Editors. Loizidou C. & Tselika E. (2015) Point-Eleneio. Art Education for the local community. https://mgedup.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/point-eleneio-art-education-for-the-community-2015.pdf (07-12, 15-47, 56-57).
Chapters in Books
Tselika E. (2018). “Conflict transformation art in Nicosia: Engaging social groups across the divided city through artistic practices”. Stylianou E. Tselika E. & Koureas G. (eds). Contemporary Art in Cyprus: Politics, Identity and Culture across Borders. I.B. Tauris: London. Forthcoming
Tselika E. (2017). “Garden Realisms”. In Tselika, E. Loizidou C. and Antoniadou A. (eds). Words of Transition. Rites, circles, triangles and water. Re Aphrodite: Nicosia
Tselika E. (2015) “Socially engaged art and segregated urban contexts: Nicosia Experiments”. Chapter in Hajimichael, M. Art and Social Justice: The Media Connection. Cambridge Scholars: UK. P.p. 95-107.
Tselika E. (2013) “Did anyone say education?” Chapter in Other Indications Catalogue.Nicosia Municipal Art Centre Publications, Nicosia Cyprus. 5 pages (unnumbered publication)
Tselika E. & Loizidou C. (2012) “At Maroudias Exhibition, Hadjigeorgakis Mansion: Ethnological Museum”. Co-author Chrystalleni Loizidou. Chapter in In Crisis Terra Mediterranea in relation to Nicosia Municipal Art Centre Publications, Nicosia Cyprus. . P.p. 212-268.
Tselika E. & Taliotis D. (2012). “The sacred and the naked”. Co-author DemetrisTaliotis. Chapter in the book Critical Cities, Volume 4, which is published as part of This is Not a Gateway festival, Myrtle Court Publishing, London, UK. . P.p. 142-152.
Published Apr, 2018
This is a prototype issue published through the Shaping Common Paths project. The project was funded by the European Cultural Foundation. This issue was printed and published in Nicosia, Cyprus.
From my Fall 2017 class- Public Art, socially engaged and situational practices, University of Nicosia, Fine Art Program