2017 Not My Garden |  from Contemplation to Collaboration
Artsource Magazine, WA, Sept 2017.
See: http://www.artsource.net.au/Magazine/Articles/Not-My-Garden-From-Contemplation-to-Collaboration
2015 Willandra Wisdom Walk
‘World Heritage Connect’, Fifth Edition, December 2015, with Dan Rosendahl.

Mildura Palimpsest Biennale #10
E-catalogue and curatorial essay. See: www.mildurabiennale.com

Thunder Raining Poison
Tarnanthi, Adelaide. Catalogue Essay for artist Yhonnie Scarce.

Unmapping the End of the World
Artlink Magazine, Issue 35:2,  June 2015, with Yhonnie Scarce.
See: https://www.artlink.com.au/articles/4327/unmapping-the-end-of-the-world/

Lena Nyadbi, Dayiwul in Paris
Artlink Magazine, Issue 35:2, June 2015. (See only: Online E-Version corrected for significant editorial error).
See: https://www.artlink.com.au/articles/4324/lena-nyadbi-dayiwul-in-paris/

2013 Dayiwul in Paris
Essay for the Australian Launch of Lena Nyadbi’s installation Dayiwul Lirlmim (2013) National Gallery of Australia, 29 April, 2013, Musee du quai Branly, Paris, 6 June 2013.

Essay published as component of solo exhibition of the same title, Bett Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania.

2010 Country Unwrapping Landscape : Kuluntjarra World Map (The Nine Collaborations)
MFA Thesis, University of Western Australia.

Lena Nyadbi: Painting My Country – Always
Niagara Publishing and Warmun Art Aboriginal Corporation, Niagara Gallery, Melbourne.

2009 Not My Garden
‘Open Manifesto’ essay in journal, published by Finn Creative, Brisbane, September 2009.
2006 meenamatta lena narla puellakanny : Meenamatta Water Country Discussion
Artists book, collaboration with Jim Everett, published by Bett Gallery Hobart.
2000 Lena Nyadbi, Beyond The Pale : Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art
Catalogue essay, curated by Brenda Croft, AGSA.



Andrew Stephens, Mildura Biennale 2015 sends strange visions across the landscape, Sydney Morning Herald 11/9/15 and The Age 12/9/15.
Liza Power, Walking to the End of the World, The Age, Saturday, September 5, 2015.
Terry Smith, ‘Worlds Pictured in Contemporary Art: Planes and Connectivities’, in Caroline Turner, Michelle Antoinette and Zara Stanhope eds. ‘The World and World-Making in Art’, Humanities Research Journal, vol. XIX, no. 2 (July 2013), pp.44-54.
Alex Smee, ABC Open, https://open.abc.net.au/posts/station-days-a-happy-place-18jg0kz, 03 July 2013.
Maurice O’Riordan, ‘‘X’ Marks the Space: Roads Cross Flinders University Art Museum’, Art Monthly 252, Aug 2012, p.16.
Jeff Malpas, ed. The Place of Landscape, Cambridge, MA, US: The MIT press (2011) pp. 19-22, 26.
Helen Norrie, Oculus, in conversation with Jonathan Kimberley, Oculus, Bett Gallery Hobart, April 2011.
Katie Mutton, Letter from Mildura – An indefinable line, Art Monthly Australia, #236, December 2010 – February 2011, p.72
Nicholas Rothwell, Journeys to the Interior, Black Inc., Melbourne, 2010, p.284.
Anthony Gardner, Brave New Worlds: Jonathan Kimberley and the Kayili Artists, Eyeline, Number 70, December 2009.
Helen Vivian, An Unlandscape of words and painting: from Meenamatta to Paradise, Artlink, June 2009.
Nicholas Rothwell, Kimberley in harmony, The Age, 22 June 2009.
Stephen Rainbird, Not My Garden, catalogue essay, Jan Manton Art, Brisbane, August 2007.
Sean Kelly, From an Island South, Artlink Vol27/No2, pp32-35, 2007,
Peter Hill, Apple Isle puts on 10 days to shake your world, review, The Age, 28 March 2007.
Susan McCulloch, McCulloch’s Encyclopedia of Australian Art, p.575, Miegunyah Press, Melbourne, 2006.
Jim Everett, ‘This is Manalargenna Country’, Keeping Culture: Aboriginal Tasmania, Ed. AJ Reynolds, 2006.
Roslynn D Haynes, Tasmanian Visions; ‘Country beyond Landscape’, Polymath Press, TAS, 2006.
Jane Stewart, From An Island South, catalogue essay, Asialink / Devonport Regional Gallery, 2006.
Bett Gallery & Devonport Regional Gallery, meenamatta lena narla puellakanny (Meenamatta Water Country Discussion), artist book, 2006.
Erica Izett, Sitting Down with Indigenous Artists, New Directions in Kardiya Art, Artlink, Vol25/no2, pp.26, 2005.
Australian Art Review, Kimberley Redefines Landscape, 22 April, 2005.
Peter Timms, Margin Calls, The Australian Newspaper, Review, pp. R18-19, 4-5 September 2004
James Norman, Ten Days that shook the literary world (picture), Sydney Morning Herald, 14 March 2003
Bett Gallery Hobart, Future Perfect, collaboration with Gloria Andrews, published exhibition catalogue, 26 March 2003
Penny Thow, Connecting with the country, Hobart Mercury, 31 March 2003
Danielle Wood, Picturing your place, Hobart Mercury, 7 June 2003