some writings by the artist…
Artnotes WA correspondent for Art Monthly Australia March 2012 to present
Observing Across scales 2013Observing across scales: Broome Bird Observatory as a site of multiple exchanges (updated version with commentary on the image essay) published in Animal Studies Journal.
Walk ’til you run out of water 2012
An image essay on walking, environmental change and resilience beautifully published in Performance Research: A Journal of the Performing Arts
An image essay on Broome Bird Observatory. It was originally selected for publication in a proposed journal issue about animals and place.
An essay about the invasion of northern Australia by cane toads presented at the Animal Movements Animal Motions conference. A slightly shorter version was published in J. Bull 2000 (Ed.), Animal Movements • Moving Animals: essays on direction, velocity and agency in humanimal encounters (pp. 161-195). Uppsala: Uppsala University.
An image essay on The Sixth Shore spatial sound project and the relationship between art and the geological and geomorphological knowledge about Lake Clifton. The text explores the intersection of art and ecosystemic thinking and complexity.
Written for the unruly ecologies: biodiversity and art symposium Friday 26 November to Sunday 28 November 2010, it was a short speculation on takng on an unbalanced ecology might affect our understandings of ecology and environmentalism.
artist page and article proposal: fieldwork and performance 2009
The text of an artist’s page and article proposal for a 2009 publication (currently seeking a publishing outlet).
Some short notes about developing a sustainable practice (in more than just one way) for the ArtSource Newsletter March 2007: Resilience (art and environments).
A low resolution version of the PhD thesis. Bona fide researchers can contact the artist for a full copy free of charge.
A recipe for bad environmental art 2005
A pdf of the short text originally published in Artlink:
Anonymous Artist (who has made both good and bad environmental art). (2005). A recipe for bad environmental art. Artlink, 25(3 Stirring), 27.
An image essay (in its initial configuration) written at the beginning of the PhD for the Australian Geographer.Musings on objects, environments and ephemerality written at a time when the artist’s practice was being destroyed by her studies.