Not What I Meant but Anyway, monograph, published by Columbia University Press, New York, 2022

Nelly Prinkrah, Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen, Image Ecology, Boaz Levin (ed.), Spector Books, Leipzig, 2023

Huib Haye van der Werf, Revital Cohen and Tuur Van Balen Review, Artforum, March 2021

Heavens, conversation with Lucia Pietroiusti, Serpentine Galleries London, 2021

Hera Chan, Revital Cohen and Tuur Van Balen Ask How Value is Created Frieze review, January 2021

Christina Li, Circumventing Arrest, Palms Palms Palms curatorial essay, Z33 Hasselt, 2020

Spots, Stars, Tunnel Vision, artist text, 2021

Spit on the Carpet, artist text, GSAPP Seminar, Columbia University, New York, 2019

Anna Burckhardt, Choreographing Labour MoMA Magazine, New York November 2019

Particles (an Epilogue) / Epilogue (a Particle), artist text, Unthought Environments, Karsten Lund (ed.) The Renaissance Society, Chicago

Eva Wilson, Trapped in the Dream of the Other, The Work of Wind: Land, Blackwood Gallery Toronto & K.Verlag, Berlin, 2018

Let the Games , artist text, Due journal, Architectural Association, London 2018

Synthetic Blood on Leopard Skin, artist text, The Empire Remains Shop, Cooking Sections, Columbia University Press, New York, 2018

Yvonne Volkert, From Trash to Waste, Texte Zur Kunst, Issue no.108/December 2017, Berlin

Jorne Vriens, Avant Tout, Discipline Review, Metropolis M, No 5, 2017, Utrecht

Take a Good Lamp, artist text, Cultural Politics Journal, Volume 12, Number 3, Duke University Press, NC, November 2016

Alexander Scrimgeour, Revital Cohen and Tuur Van Balen Review, Artforum, Summer 2015, NY

Travis Jeppesen, Critics Pick Berlin, Artforum, May 2015

Keren Goldberg, The Invisible Aesthetics of Perception, FACT, Liverpool February 2015

Mine, artist text, Boris Ondreička and Nadim Samman eds. Rare Earth. Vienna and Berlin: Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary and Sternberg Press, 2015

Duncan Forbes, Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen, 20/20 Visions, Christophe Guye Galerie, Sturm & Drang Publishing, Zürich 201

Isobel Harbison, Techne & Poesis, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, January 2013