Forthcoming in 2019:
‘Visual Arts and Artists’ for the section: ‘Southeast Asia, East Asia, Australia and the Pacific (Indonesia)’in Encyclopedia of Women in Islamic Cultures, Brill, Leiden, 2019 edition
‘Looking for Indonesia in Contemporary Art’ in the exhibition catalogue for Contemporary Worlds: Indonesia, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2019
2018 ArtGuide Exhibition preview for Slideshow, an group exhibition project I produced and contributed works to. https://artguide.com.au/slide-show
2018 ‘Plastic Relations: Tisna Sanjaya’s Critical Recycling’, paper presented in the panel: Transience and Afterlife: the political world of things, AAANZ (Arts Association of Australia and New Zealand) Annual Conference, RMIT 5 – 7 December 2018
2018 Panel convenor, Transnationalism in Asian Art, and associated paper presentation ‘Persistent Transnationalism: Peranakan Culture in Contemporary Indonesian Art’ at the Asian Studies Association of Australia biennial conference ‘Beyond Area Studies’, University of Sydney, 3 – 5 July 2018
2017 Co-convenor (with Professor Jacquie Lo, Dr Caroline Turner, Alex Burchmore), graduate workshop Transnationalism in Asian Art, Australian National University, 28 September 2018.
2016 ‘The Sultan, His Daughter and the Artist: A Tale Of Dimming Power’ catalogue essay for Descent, solo exhibition by Nadiah Bamadhaj, Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur
2016 Moving Stories from the Past to the Present: Contemporary Artists and Traditional Wayang’, paper presented at the Moving Image Cultures in Asian Art Conference, Australian National University, 26 – 28 August 2016.
2016 ‘Otonomi Seni: Politics and Indonesian Art in the 21st century’, paper presented at the Asian Studies Association of Australia 21st Biennial Conference, Australian National University, 5 – 7 July 2017.
2016 Participant in ‘Mapping the Aesthetics of Urban Life in Asia: A Dialogue with the Arts’ at the Kyoto Winter School held by the International Institute for Asian Studies, 25 – 30 January
2015 ‘Tisna Sanjaya: How to be a Contemporary Artist and a TV Star’, paper presented at the AAANZ (Arts Association of Australia and New Zealand) 2015 Conference, IMAGE|SPACE|BODY, 24-25 November, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane
2015 ‘#Plesirseni: Emerging Art publics in Indonesia’, paper presented at Social Identities: Lived experience and its Mediations in a Mobile Indonesia, Australian National University academic workshop, 21 October 2015.
2015 ‘Siasat: Artistic Tactics for Transgression on State Authority’ (co-authored with Frans Prasetyo), bi-lingual book chapter in in Paririmbon Jatiwangi (Yayasan Salambar/Jatiwangi Art Factory), 2015 (developed from a paper presented at the Asian Studies Association of Australia conference, University of Western Australia, August 2014).
2014 ‘The aesthetics of collision and failure; Heri Dono’s Participatory Art Projects’ in The World and I: Heri Dono’s Art Oddysey. Jakarta: ArtOne (PT Mondekorindo Seni Internasional), 2014. Co-authored with Supangkat, Jim, Irma Damajanti.
2014 ‘Input:output – Exploring Participatory Art Practice from Within’. Journal of Creative and Arts Studies, no. 1 (June 2014 2014): 1-18, (developed from a paper presented at the 2012 AAANZ conference).
2013 ‘Tri Hita Karana: Participatory arts practice for tolerance and harmony?’ Paper presented at Global Development Based on Tri Hita Karana, November 2013, postgraduate seminar at Bentara Budaya, Denpasar, Indonesia.
2013 ‘Making it to Bandung’. RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs 47, no. 1 (2013): 139
2012 ‘Input:output – Participatory practice with FX Harsono’ Paper presented at Arts Association of Australia and New Zealand (AAANZ) Conference, 11 – 12 July 2012, University of Sydney, Australia
2011 ‘Semua Tempat Sekolah’ paper presented at the Third International Graduate Student Conference on Indonesia: Indonesian Urban Cultures and Societies, 8 – 9 November 2011, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2011 Curatorium member, In Memory of a Name, 4A Contemporary Art Space, Sydney, Australia
2010 Asialink Arts Management Residency: Indonesian Visual Arts Archive, Yogyakarta. Unpublished research on public programming for children and families in Indonesia