Hannah Freed-Thall, “Modernism at the Beach: Queer Ecologies and the Coastal Commons,” chapter 5, pp 174-178, March 2023

Shana Chanda, “Stream of Life” ISLAND, summer 2022  (Aotearoa New Zealand)

Una Chaudhuri, Stacy Alaimo, Martin Harries, Stefan Helmreich, Nils van Beek, Peggy Phelan, James E. Young, “Signaling Through the Waves,” pp 200-271, Resilience: A Journal of Environmental Humanities, spring-fall 2020

Jennifer McCabe, “Counter-Landscapes: Performative Actions from the 1970s – Now” exhibition catalogue, 2020

Siago Cece, “
Standing in the Ocean to Fight for the Planet,” The East African (online version), November 16, 2019

Shana Chanda, “The Dark Water She Adores,” JANE by Grey Attic, spring 2019  (Australia)

Tailane Muniz, “Em performance de 12 horas, ameriana aborda relação entre tempo e mar,” Correio, April 2, 2019 (Brazil)

Tatiana Mendonça & Marcos Dias, “Um ato poético,” Muito Magazine, March 31, 2019  (Brazil)

Nicole Miller, “Works on Water,” The Brooklyn Rail, July 14, 2017

Allison Meier, “The Inaugural Triennial on New York’s Waterways Drops Anchor,” Hyperallergic, June 21, 2017

Xanne Visser, “13 uur in de zee staan als kunstactie,” NRC Handelsblad, August 11, 2015 (Netherlands)

Nils van Beek, “Tidal Endurance: Sarah Cameron Sunde brings 36.5 to the Netherlands” The Brooklyn Rail, July 13, 2015

Rob Leemhuis, “Half etmaal staan in de Noordzee,” Leeuwarder Courant, July 12, 2015

Sam Whiting, “Artist Stands in Bay…” San Francisco Chronicle, August 16, 2014

Robert Avila, “Innocent Bay Stander,” San Francisco Guardian (now on SFBG Archive), August 12, 2014

Fitz Patton, “36.5 / San Francisco Bay” photo feature, CHANCE Magazine, Issue 5, fall 2014



Gareth Harris, “Art Davos 2023: Culture program includes work focused on…” The Art Newspaper, 2023

Tania Bryer, “On Assignment: Art and Culture at the 2023 World Economic Forum,” starts at 1:05, more here and here, CNBC, 2023

Gemma Parks, “Sea level is rising around the world: art is putting it in the spotlight,” World Economic Forum, 2023

Joesph Fowler, “The Arts and Culture Show on at Davos 2023,” Forbes, 2023

Bart Haeck, “Back to Davos: A whirlwind week in the crazy center of the crazy world,” De Tijd, 2023

Jennifer Wu, “Galvanizing Climate Action with 36.5 / …,” The Founder’s Spirit Podcast, 2023

Tracy Metz, “3 Water Talks: Too Little,” Water Talks Podcast, Netherlands, 2023

Joesph Fowler, Isabella Gallo, “Why did artist Sarah Cameron Sunde stand in the sea…” World Economic Forum, 2023

Sarah Cameron Sunde talk 36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea,” All Arts, 2022

Rosemary Misdary, “To confront rising sea levels, an NYC artist invites you to stand…” WNYC / The Gothamist, Sept 14, 2022

Matthew Schuerman, “This artist gets up to her neck in water to spread awareness of climate change,” NPR, Sept 9, 2022

Radio: “Mana whenua immerses in Manukau art dip” (Amiria), Waatea News, Aotearoa New Zealand, May 16, 2022

Radio: “Art brings climate change message to Manukau” (Nettie), Waatea News, Aotearoa New Zealand, May 16, 2022

Radio: “New York artist presenting all-day tidal performance” Radio New Zealand (RNZ National Radio), May 13, 2022

Oliver Kammayer, “Tapping the creative force, art changes mind in a changing climate,” Optimist Daily, February 23, 2022

Optimist Daily Podcast, “Sarah Cameron Sunde and 36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea,” February 23, 2022

Shana Chanda, “The Ocean Spirit Inside: talking with Sarah Cameron Sunde,” Eye Contact, June 29, 2020  (Aotearoa–NZ)

Vincent O’Donnell, Interview, Arts Alive Radio, March 25, 2020 (Australia)

Anthony Gathu, “At One with the Sea,” Mombasa Film Commission TV spot, Mombasa, December 15, 2019 (Kenya)

Ajitosa baharini kuhamasisha mazingira bora” DW Kiswahili TV spot, November 20, 2019 (Kenya)

Tao the Gnd, “Exploring Time and Scale of a Crisis in…,” The Art of the New Green Deal, November 9, 2019

Radio with Seena Jon Ghaznavi, “Interview: Sarah Cameron Sunde,” StandUP with Pete Dominick, SiriusXM, July 18. 2019

Radio: “Roda Baiana Show – Sarah Cameron Sunde,” Metrópole Rádio, April 1, 2019

Nicole Miller, “Sarah Cameron Sunde’s Immersive Performances,” Hyperallergic, March 30, 2019

TL Andrews, “Sarah Cameron Sunde on Water as Canvas and Collaborator,” Berlin ArtLink, August 21, 2018

Radio: “The Night Correspondent: Performance by Sarah Cameron Sunde at SAIL,” Radio 1, August 20, 2015 (Netherlands)

Anna Renken, “36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea” Public Art Forecast, August 10, 2015

Claire Voon, “Faced with a Rising Tide, Artist Lets it Wash Over Her” Hyperallergic, August 10, 2015

Radio: “Standing in the sea for thirteen hours….” AmsterdamFM, August 10, 2015

Danna Staaf, “Artist Will Take a 13-Hour Watery Stand” KQED Science (NPR), August 5, 2014

Marina Abramovic Institute, “36.5 / phases of the moon,” MAI media, December 24, 2013



36.5 / New York Estuary,” Provocation, TDR, pages 2-3, spring 2023 (print)

“The Work” and “Reflections,” Resilience: A Journal of Environmental Humanities, spring-fall 2020 (print)

Site Searching,” Issue 16: Governors Island Un-Earthed, Underwater New York, 2019

Environmental Art for the 21st Century,” Works on Water Triennial Catalogue, spring 2018 (print, full catalogue here)

36.5 / Public Art Dialogue,” Public Art Dialogue, pages 241-251, spring 2016 (print)

“36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea,” PLOT: a journal of landscape architecture, spring 2016 (print)

36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea,” Curated Series on Arts and Climate Change, Howlround, April 20, 2015

One Small Revolution,” blog to document research and process as I bring 36.5 to fruition, February 2014 – January 2017



Artist Talk, “On the Water Front,” World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of New Champions, Tianjin, China, June 29, 2023

Ignite Talk, “Tides As Metaphor: Proposals Toward Living on Tidal Time,” Long Now Foundation, San Francisco, July 9, 2023

Seminar with Una Chaudhuri, Stanford University Performance Studies, March 10, 2023

Artist Talk/Conversation with Macarena Gomez-Barris, “Symposium: Art at Water’s Edge,’ Park Avenue Armory, Oct 9, 2022

NYU Scholars Panel, “Standing with the Sea: Reflections on Sunde’s 36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea,” organized by Una Chaudhuri with Lori Cole, Martin Dáughtry, Sebastian Calderon Bentin, André Lepecki, Jennifer Jacquet, Elisabeth Strowick, Hannah Freed-Thall, Kimingichi Wabende, Oct 6, 2022

Artist Talk, Climate Café Conversation with Russell Shorto, New York Historical Society, Sept 6, 2022

Artist Talk with Tatiana Arocha and Kendal Henry, Arts Brookfield, July 20, 2022

Artist/Curator Conversation with Hanna Hölling, “Two Questions on Performance Conservation,” Full Series, Sept 6, 2021

Artist Talk & Panel, The Rome Prize Fellows Society, June 1, 2021

Artist Talk & Conversation with Eiko Otake, NYU Gallatin Galleries, March 1, 2021

Artist Talk & Panel in conjunction with solo exhibition, Georgia Museum of Art, November 18, 2020

Artist Talk & Panel, Climate Sensing, Penn Program in Environmental Humanities, April 19-21, 2020

Artist Talk, Auckland University of Technology, March 7, 2020

Artist Talk, University of Nairobi, Nov 21, 2019

Artist Talk & Panel, Environmental Storytelling & Virtual Reality, Penn Program in Environmental Humanities, Nov 22, 2019

Lightning Talk, SDG Action Zone during the United Nations General Assembly, United Nations Rose Garden, Sept 27, 2019

Artist Lecture & Workshop with PhD Performance Studies Graduates, Universidade Federal, Bahía, Brazil, Mar 22, 25, 2019

Bangladesh Environmental Network, Guest Speaker at 20th Anniversary Event, June 30, 2018

Artist Talk, Theertha /Red Dot Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka, January 20, 2017

Artist Talk and screening, Britto Arts Trust, Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 12, 2017

Virtual presentation at Performance Studies International (PSi) conference in Melbourne, Australia, July 6-9, 2016

Panel with leading Dutch Climate Scientist, Pier Vellinga, Oerolcollege, The Netherlands, June 14, 2016

Artist Introduction to film screening, “Connecting Badlands to Climate Change,” The Rubin Museum, October 9, 2015

Presentations and panel discussion on 36.5 with eight NYU scholars, organized by Una Chaudhuri. October 6, 2022
PDF of the special section of Resilience: A Journal for the Environmental Humanities, p. 270-271. Published 2020.
Sunde’s talk at the World Economic Forum’s Meeting of New Champions. 2023.
NPR feature on the final performance of 36.5 / NEW YORK ESTUARY. 2022.
A mini-documentary made for Mombasa TV, directed by Anthony Gathu. November, 2019.
Sunde’s artist talk with Penn Program in Environmental Humanities. May 7, 2020.
36.5 / NEW YORK ESTUARY in TDR spring 2023 print edition.