Affect and the expression of affectual capacities
Conversation with Andrew Goodman & Louise Boisclair. LINK
Archée, Février 2016
Unprofessional Painting, Unprofessional Teaching. LINK
Inflexions Issue 8, 2015.
Parasitic Relations: Thinking Beyond Interactivity. LINK
PhD Thesis, Monash University, 2014.
Entertaining the Environment: Towards an Ethics of Art events, 2013. LINK
AJE: Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology, Vol. 3, 2013/2014
Walking with the world: towards an ecological approach to performative art practice. Download
Version of a paper presented at “The Art of Walking: Pedestrian Mobility in Literature,
Philosophy, and the Arts from the Eighteenth Century to the Twenty-First”
9-11 October, 2013, ENS de Lyon, France.
The noise in the noise: micro-perception as affective disruption to listening and the body. Download
Expanded version of a paper presented at ‘The Noises of Art: Audiovisual Practice in History, Theory and Culture’
4-6 September 2013, Aberystwyth University, UK.
A thousand tiny interfac(ing)s, 2013. Download
Version of a paper presented at ISEA 2013 (peer reviewed).
Sydney University, 12/6/13.
Entertaining the environment: a conversation, 2012. LINK
Co-authored with Erin Manning
Fibreculture Journal 21, 2012
Rethinking Interactivity, 2012. Download
Conference paper from the Australasian Computer Music Conference, Griffith University, Brisbane, July 2012 (Peer reviewed).
published in ACMC Interactive conference preceedings, Ed. Matt Hitchcock (Victoria: Australasian Computer Music Association, 2012).
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Stillness, silence. 2011 Download.
Reflections on group process at the ‘Generating the Impossible’ conference, Montreal 2011.
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The gaze of Medusa catalogue essay, 2006 Download
Catalogue essay for ‘Life is getting Longer’ exhibition, curated by Stephen Rendall. (A re-write of the journal article of the same name below).
PUBLICATION DETAILS: 2006, catalogue essay, Margaret Laurence Gallery, VCA, Melbourne.
Re-published 2008 in ‘Bureau’, Ed.Kate Daw & Vikki McInnes, VCA Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne.
The gaze of Medusa: Notes on Justine Khamara’s Legion at TCB, 2006. Download
Review of Justine Khamara’s show at TCB Gallery, Melbourne.
Natural Selection online journal (#5).
Toyutopia Catalogue Introductory essay, 2005.
‘Toyutopia’ was an exhibition curated by Andrew Goodman that brought together 14 contemporary artists whose work utilized toys in some manner.
Yarra Sculpture Gallery, Melbourne
Untitled catalogue essay, 2004 Download
Catalogue essay on Justine Khamara’s photographic portrait of the author in the ‘Life is very long’exhibition curated by Stephen Rendall..
‘Life is very long’ catalogue, Yarra Sculpture gallery, 2004.