- 2011: “Expo Art: Indonesian Art and International Exhibition“ in Serenella Ciclitira, ed., Indonesian Eye, Contemporary Indonesian Art, SKIRA.
- 2010: “Indonesian Art, Entering the Global“, Contemporaneity: Contemporary Art of Indonesia catalogue in association with the exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai, China, July – August, pp. 80 – 88.
- 2010: “Two Women from Indonesia“, Asian Traffic, published in retrospect after the travelling exhibition in 2004 – 2006, Gallery 4A, Sydney Australia, pp. 42 – 47.
- 2009: “Dadang Christanto – Art, Activism and the Environment“, C Arts, September – October, pp. 112 – 115.
- 2008: “Melissa Chiu – A Career in Asian Contemporary Art“, C Arts, September – October, pp. 44 – 46.
- 2008: “Sisa – Under the Radar: thoughts on Indonesian exhibition strategies“, Gang re:Public, Indonesia-Australia creative adventures, Alexandra Crosby, Rebecca Conroy, Suzan Piper and Jan Cornall, eds, Gang Festival, Newtown, NSW, pp. 156 – 161.
- 2007: Co-authored with Wulandani Dirgantoro, “Identity, Religion, Repression or Fashion? The Indonesian Jilbab“, Contemporary Arts+Culture Broadsheet, Volume 36 (Issue 1), pp. 25 – 29.
- 2006: “Pressure Points: Cultural Issues and Indonesian Biennales“, Contemporary Arts+Culture Broadsheet, Volume 35 (Issue 2), pp. 84 – 87.
- 2003: “Art and Political Activism in Indonesia“, Asian Art News, Volume 13 (Issue 2), pp. 62 – 67.
- 2003: “Witnesses from Indonesia“, TAASA Review, Volume 12 (Issue 4), pp. 22 – 23.
Links to other articles
Dadang: They Give Evidence – An analysis of a work by Dadang Christanto titled They Give Evidence, in the possession of the Art Gallery of NSW
Jakarta Biennale: background and report 2013 A report by Carla Bianpoen
Arahmaiani in Tibet – environmental projects undertaken by Tibetan monks with the artist.
Modernities and memories – recent works from the Islamic world: a satellite exhibition held during the Venice Biennale in 1997
Mooie Indie article: A review by John McDonald in the Spectrum section of the Sydney Morning Herald of the exhibition, Mooie Indie – Beautiful Indies, Indonesian art now, at the Samstag Museum, University of South Australia in August 2014, curated by Matthias Arndt.
Beyond the Self: 2011, the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra. Curated by Christine Clark, the exhibition explored the possibilities of portraiture in an Asian context. It became a touring exhibition, eventually ending in Darwin in 2013.
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