Why Look at Plants, Ed. Giovani Aoli, Published by Brill, December 2018.

BOMB Issue 145, Fall 2018.

Sight Review Feature. August 2017. 

The Palest of Green, Pink and Mauve by Logan Lockner. The Rib. December 2017. 

Garden Dwellers by Alexandra Hammond. Brooklyn Rail. August 2017

"Chicago's Concept-Based Group Exhibitions Show Strength in Numbers". Art Slant. Stephanie Christello. October 2015

"Germination" by Amy Haddad. Art Diversions. October 2015


The Journal for Artistic Research, Ghost Nature, Issue 7, 2015

Moyano, Jade. "Exploring the Instability of Time". Trendland. May 2015

"Chi City".  Coulibaly, Aurelie. Twin Magazine. Issue X1. January 2015

ARTFCITY review of Prismatic Nature by Robin Dluzen, August 2014

Ise, Claudine. "Homesteading as Art and Revolution". Revolutions. Art21. November 2014

ArtSlant review of Prismatic Nature by Caroline Picard, July 2014

BOMB Magazine, Monica Westin interviews Heidi Norton and Michael Marder, March 2014

New City, to Threptikon reviewed by Pat Elftiz, March 2014

SFAQ, In Conversation, December 2013

Sight Unseen, Studio Visit, 2013

Plants on the Verge of a Natural Breakdown, Chicago Works, 2012

Heidi Norton, New City, Visiting Artist

Domestica, Chicago Home and Garden

Time Out, Critics Picks, Chicago Work, MCA

Bad at Sports- Heidi Norton and Barbara Kasten

Frieze Review, September 2011 available in print and web

Chicago Tribune, An Alternative Reading List, Center for Book and Paper Arts, Chicago, IL

ArtSlant Review, Not to See the Sun at Ebersmoore

Flavorpill Review, Not to See the Sun at Ebersmoore

New City Review, Not to See the Sun at Ebersmoore

Time Out Review, Not to See the Sun at Ebersmoore

Q and A with Bad At Sports, Claudine Ise, April 2010

Chicago Art Review, Steve Ruiz, review Site Unspecific at Dominican University, November, 2009

Heidi Norton interviews Barbara Kasten, The Photography Post, May 2010