List of Asia-related writing

East and West; The meeting of Asian and European Art, Art Gallery of South Australia, 1985, 64 pp

“Links and Bridges” Promoting Cultural Relations in Asia – Ways and Means Occasional Papers, Asian Studies Association of Australia, 1988

Out of Asia, Heide Park and Art Gallery, 1990, 32 pp

Art from Australia; Eight Contemporary Views, AETA, 1990, 72 pp

“Where to the Orient?” New Space, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne, 1991

“Making Asian art accessible to Westerners; Review of Modern Art in Thailand; Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Apinan Poshyananda, 1992″ Artlink, vol.13, nos 3 & 4, 44

Parallels: Nationalism in Filipino, Indonesian and Australian art“, ART and AsiaPacific, vol.1, no.1, March 1993, 38-44

“6 x 6 and a workshop” Art Monthly, May 1993, no.59, 30-1

“Australian Art in Korea” Art Monthly, August 1993, no.62, 35

Beyond the Material WorldAdelaide Installations, Adelaide Festival of Arts, 1994, vols 1 & 11, 6-45 and 10-21

“Baggage” Fire and Life, Asialink, 1996, vol.I, pp.12-14; “For the Pleasure” Fire and Life, vol.II, 22-3

The Hermit’s New WorldSecond Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery, 1996, np

“Networks” Second Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery, 1996, np

“Cultural Futures: What will “Cultural Exchange” in Asia be in 2020?” Present Encounters, Papers from the Conference of the Second Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, 1996, 41-3

Art, Art Museums, Asia and usMuseum National, August, 1997, 8-10

“Glue and Yeast; Asian Perceptions and the year 2000” Artlink, September, 1997, vol.17, no.3, 46-7

“Ocean Traffic’ craft and other exchanges” Neighbours; South East Asia and the Indian Ocean Rim, Craft West, 1997, 16-7

Other Stories; Five Australian Artists, Asialink, 1997, 20 pp

Other Stories, in Colombo

“The Asian Crisis – or is it?” Object, 2 – 98, 38-40

“Some Recent Australia-Asia exchange exhibitions models” Asia-Europe, A Newsletter for Cultural Partnerships, Visiting Arts, London, vol.1

“Australia” Commonwealth of Art, traditions, imagination & independent nations, National Art Gallery, Malaysia, 1998, 17-9

“Home Thoughts from Abroad; the Melbourne Biennial of Art and other recent international shows” Art Monthly, July 1998, 21-2

“Postcard from Pakistan”, ARTAsiaPacific, no.21, January, 1999, 36-7

“Australians in Asia” Artlink, vol.18. no.4, 28-30; 45.

Ancient Cultures – New Worlds.  Really?” Museum National, February 1999, 22

“Thinking Globally” Art of Sight; Art of Mind, NAVA Newsletter, March 1999, 14-5

“A Fractured Whole; Pakistan, South Asia and the Triennial” Third Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery, 1999, 113

“A Personal Journey; interview with Hossein Valamanesh” Internal Travel, Asialink, 1999, 10-2

Myths and Histories: A Vietnamese StoryArtlink, vol.20, #2, June, 2000, 16-7

“New Models/New Art/New Century” pp.162-64; “Asia Pacific Art: Beyond the Future” Reportage, 134-5 Beyond the Future, Conference Papers, Third APT, Queensland Art Gallery, 2000

“A Floating World; Prospects for the future of Asian Art” ARTAsiaPacific, Issue 28, (2000) 28-9

“Australian Artists in Vietnam; the Asialink Experience” My Thuat, (Vietnamese art magazine, Hanoi), no.28, 8-2000, 19-22

Opinion “Asian influence takes effect in the longer term” The Age, 20 November 2000

“What is the Artist’s Role Today” Tokyobook 2, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2001, 59

“Light Black” Object, no.39, 2002, 53-5

“Starry Night” Artlink, vol.22, #4, 2002, 32-5

“Fairness of expression or sleights of hand” Gloss, Art and Exhibition Project, issue 3, Mockumentary, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, 2003, 12-3

“Near and far: an Australian response” Links, Platforms, Networks, Contemporary Asian Art Forum, Hong Kong, 2004, 32-4

“Mappings; Gulammohammed Sheikh”, International Tapestry Yearbook, Victorian Tapestry Workshop, 2004, 42-3

Choppy Waters: Arts Infrastructure and Networks in AsiaArt and Social Change: Contemporary art of Asia and the Pacific ed. Caroline Turner, Pandanus Press, Canberra, 2005, 542-53

“Letter from Indonesia” Art Monthly Australia #183, September 2005, 3-5

“The Asian experience” Artworkers Alliance Newsletter, Autumn 2006, n.p

“Australian Government funding for our art overseas”, Art Monthly, December 2006-February 2007, 46-9

“Asialink and overseas cultural policy” Australian Arts; Where the bloody hell are you? University of Sydney Press & Research Institute for Humanities and Social Research, University of Sydney, 2007, 57-62

Masters and pupils; the rise of the modern art school in Asia; some key issues on their establishment, their curricula and their place in their communities” Educating in the Arts; The Asian Experience: Twenty-four essays, ed. Lindy Joubert, UNEVOC, Springer, Dordrecht, 2008, 31-45

East and West? A different story: the impact of Mexico on 20th century Asian artArt Monthly Australia, September, 2008, 11-6. [link done]

“Curatorial Asia; a twenty year perspective” Artlink, vol.28, no.4, 2008, 36-9

Indonesian journeygang re:Publik; indonesia-australia creative adventures, Gang Festival, Sydney, 2008, 63-7

Sun Walking; Australia-Japan Visual Arts Partnerships Program 2005-9, Asialink, 2009

Ignorance is not bliss; Art and its place in Australia-Asia relations” The Asialink Essays, no.10, December, 2009

When I hear the words paper cranes, I reach for delete”… The Australian Story and the Development of Australian Curriculum for the Arts, Asia Education Foundation, 2010

Every 23 days; 20 years touring Asia (with Sarah Bond and Claire Watson), Asialink, 2010 (94 pp)

The Revolutionary Century; Art in Asia 1900-2000, Macmillan Australia, 2010 (208 pp)

“Circles of connection, or blowing in the wind”, Griffith Review edition 30; the Annual Fiction Edition, October, 2010.

Air to life: 20 years in the Australian-Asian arts atmosphere” Art Monthly, November 2010, #235, 5-7

Gauguin and the idea of an Asian paradiseAsian Art News, Hong Kong, March-April, 2011, 62-7

“Bridging the Gap: Art in Asia 1900-2000” Asian Currents, May 2011, 18-20

Paradoxical NeglectAustralian Book Review, July-August, 2011

People, action and working together: Asialink engaging with IndonesiaArt Monthly Australia, # 244, October 2011, 8-11

Reflections of the soul – Chinese contemporary ink wash paintingArtlink, vol.31, #4, 2011, 89

Asialink Arts: Through the Looking Glass Asialink, May, 2012

Australian Art Abroad, doing it b-e-t-t-e-rArtlink, vol.32, #1, (March 2012), 80-1

(with Carrillo Gantner) “Finding a place on the Asian stagePlatform Paper no.31, (64pp) Currency House, Sydney, April, 2012; part reissued through The Conversation; in The Australian:  “Leaving Asia out of the loop (The Australian 16 04 12) Reviews:  in; The Age (1) , The Age (2)

“‘In my new robe, this morning – someone else’ Some thoughts on the cultural underpinnings of critical discourse in Asia” Art Monthly Australia #250 June 2012, 62-5

We must get serious about our region” Arts, The Australian, 1 November 2012, 17

White paper leaves a blank spot on developing the performing arts’ connection with Asia” Canvas, The Age, 12 November, 2012, 17

Beyond the material world; abstraction in Asia” Artlink, vol.33, #1, March 2013, 72-5

People and Partnership: An Australian Model for International Arts Exchanges — The Asialink Arts Program, 1990–2010”, in Michelle Antoinette and Caroline Turner (eds), Contemporary Asian Art and Exhibitions; Connectivities and World-making, Australian National University Press, Asian Studies Series Monograph 6, 2014, chapter 9 (199-218)

Ways of thinking culturally in Asia today” in Jo Caust (ed) Arts and Cultural Leadership in Asia, 2015, London: Routledge, Advances in Asia-Pacific Studies, 192-200

“Korean Heat at the Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Brisbane” Artlink, vol. 35, # 4, December, 2015, 64-9 (reprinted in The Artro, Platform for Korean Contemporary Art, Seoul, November, 2015)

The political and the personal: Australia’s experience in visual arts exchange in Southeast Asia through the 1990s” in The 1990s: The Making of Art with Contemporaries, Art Studies 02, The Japan Foundation Asia Centre, 2016, Tokyo, 66-71

“Life and Times of the Asia Pacific Triennial” Eyeline, 2016, 85, 46-9

“Peter Townsend, Art Monthly and Asia” Art Monthly, #300, August 2017, 48

Raden Saleh and Juan Luna in Singapore” Review, Eyeline, June, 2018

Three exhibitions in London, Oceania, Turner Prize and new Islamic galleries” Review, ArtsHub, December, 2018

A scope as big as humanity can conjure: the Terracotta Warriors & Cai Guo-Qiang” The Conversation, 2019

Indonesian art is fresh, energetic and lively. Why do we not see more of it?The Conversation, 2019 (Indonesian translation)

The vexed future of Indonesian art” Indonesia at Melbourne, University of Melbourne, 2019.

Chinese art’s role in the hardening of soft diplomacyArtsHub, 16 October 2019

APT9: World historyEyeline, 2019, 91:82-6

Ancient rhythms: Shirin Neshat and the dream space that contemporary Persian art can unlock” The Conversation, 2020

Modern art exchanges in Asia – an unlikely beginning?” Art Monthly Australasia, summer 2020-21, 86-91