Sasha Archibald's essays have appeared in magazines including Cabinet, The Point, The Believer, East of Borneo, Smithsonian.com, Rhizome, Three Letter Words, Modern Painters, X-TRA, Longform, Los Angeles Review of Books, and in many books and exhibition catalogues. In 2019, her work garnered a Creative Capital/Andy Warhol Foundation Art Writers Workshop mentorship with Holland Cotter, co-chief art critic of The New York Times. She is an editor-at-large at Cabinet magazine. Archibald works as a curator and arts worker, most recently as Director of Public Programs at Clockshop in Los Angeles. She teaches critical studies and art criticism at Pacific Northwest College of the Arts and Portland State University.