Published Arts Writing

2018 Materialising the interval: Relationality as a feminist art practice, in “Feminist Perspectives on Art: Contemporary Outtakes”, edited by Jacqueline Millner and Catriona Moore, 2018, Routledge, Oxon (UK) and New York

2015 Watch this space, Catalogue Essay for Furies solo exhibition by Kate Just, The Gallery at St. Kilda Town Hall, Melbourne

2015 Call to Arms, Catalogue Essay for Reclaiming Isis –  Auset  exhibition by Filomena Coppola, Phyllis Palmer Gallery, La Trobe University, Bendigo

2014 Exhibition Catalogue, The f Word

2013 Past Lives, catalogue essay for solo exhibition by Eliza-Jane Gilchrist – Skins and Bones – at Blindside Artist Run Space Inc.

2013 Review: Louise Bourgeois, Late Works, Artlink Vol 33, No.2

2012 Actions speak louder than words, catalogue essay for solo exhibition by Timothy Kendall Edser – Viewpoints –  at Blindside Artist Run Space Inc, Melbourne click here

2011 Review: A Different Temporality: Aspects of Australian Feminist Art Practice 1975-1985, Artlink Vol 31, No.4 click here

2011 Death Becomes Her, catalogue essay for solo exhibition by Catherine Evans – Swan Song- at George Paton Gallery, University of Melbourne. click here

2011 Interior Architecture, Catalogue Essay for group exhibition including Timothy Kendall Edser, Catherine Evans, Mark Friedlander, Kate Just, Caroline Phillips, Clare Rae, Julie Shiels and Inez de Vega at La Trobe University Visual Arts Centre, Bendigo. click here

Academic Writing

2017 Materialising Feminism: Object and Interval, PhD thesis, University of Melbourne, Victorian College of the Arts, School of Art. Open access available here

2015 Art and Social Equity, a feminist approach, Researching for Change, Melbourne Social Equity Institute

2013 A phenomenology of Sexual Difference in Sculpture, Writing from Below Vol 1,No.2

2012 Placing the Body – Towards a subjectivity of the feminine in sculpture, MFA exegesis, University of Melbourne, Victorian College of the Arts and Music. Available via University of Melbourne Libraries here


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