What really happened at Hanging Rock, VICE, February 2017
Blindspots: The Unhappy Public in Public Art, Civic Actions: Artists’ Practices Beyond the Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, 2017
Confounding and Destabilising a Town: Christoph Büchel’s “Southdale” at MONA, Engaging Publics/Public Engagement, Auckland Art Gallery, 2015.
Time as punishment, Underbelly Arts blog, July 2015.
Too comfortable? Some misgivings about the social turn in contemporary art, Journal of Arts and Communities, Volume 5 Issue 2-3, October 2014.
The Unpredictable Subject, Meet the Public exhibition catalogue essay, Blindside Gallery, August 2014.
Question 69. Is there a place for disruption/reaction/antagonism in social practice art, Open Engagement 100 Questions 100 days blog, March 2014.
An expert in exchange, catalogue essay for Lara Thoms’ The Experts Project, MCA, April 2012.
The art of trying to please everybody, Next Wave Festival magazine, February 2012.
The limits of sociability: an exploration of the possibilities and pitfalls of participatory art, Master of Fine Art thesis, VCA, University of Melbourne, October 2011.
It’s not easy to sell friendship, Live Art List Australia, September 2011.
Bedding down with Charlie Sofo, Live Art List Australia, February 2011.
Intimate encounters with the public, un magazine 4.2, November 2010.
Making Conversation, Rich Text catalogue essay, RMIT Gallery, May 2007.
Huh – The art of Nick Selenitsch and the state of not getting it, Studio 12 catalogue essay, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, March 2007.
i’m growing to love you, exhibition review, Artlink vol. 26 no. 4, 2006.