Print media and Websites Publications:
Chris Vitiello, “Kill your Filter, in two exhibitions artists resolve memory with media.” Independent Weekly, Vol.29 No.34, August 22, 2012 p.21
Max Helperin, “To see ghosts of the past…” Raleigh Downtowner, Local Gallery News Vol.8 no.8 p.18
Franklin Crawford, “Through a Glass, Darkly” Photographs by Mark Iwinski, Cornell Alumni Magazine; January/February 2011, pp. 42-47.
Sense Lab Mark Iwinski, This was Now, Terrains of Absence, Published online in Inflexions, How is Research Creation? Vol. I, No. 1, May 2008. Inflexions is an open-access journal for research-creation, Montreal, Quebec, CA.http://www.senselab.ca/inflexions/htm/tangents/Iwinski.html.
“Arcadi Id Est” p. 4, Book Arts Newsletter, Bristol School of Art, Media and Design, UK no. 35 June-July 2007. http://www.bookarts.uwe.ac.uk/newspdfs/35.pdf
Nancy Torner; Milwaukee Journal; Sculpture Salvage May 11, 1992.
James Auer; Milwaukee Journal; Sculptor's Chain Saw Makes Art; March 1, 1992.
Tom Ferguson; Milwaukee's Downtown Edition; Art Chops: Across the Viaduct; March 9, 1992.
Publications as Author:
This was now. “Then and Now, Photographic artistry offers chance to see what has been lost.” Mark Iwinski, Guest Columnist, The Ithaca Journal, November 6, 2010.
Ghost Trees and Crosscuts Intersections Between Forest and History; Artist Book, 2006.
Hidden Intersections of Nature, Art, and Militarism; Representations of the landscape as a locale of conflict. Paper presented at the Colloquium on "Culture and Conflict" sponsored by the Society for the Humanities, Cornell University, November 12, 2005.
Heirs of the Revolution; “Male Response to the Women’s Art Movement” Panelists: Paul Brach, Mark Iwinski, Dale Roberts, Robert Zakanitch., Mod. Joan Arbeiter, Ceres Gallery, New York; 19 March 1998.