selected texts


On Earth Exhibition Essay by curator Sarah Werkmeister

On Fire: Climate and Crisis

The Ripple interactive exhibition essay by Sidney McMahon for eternity is a child playing

Intimate Immensity exhibition essay by Katherine Dionysius and Amy-Clare McCarthy

Observations By Emma McRae, catalogue essay for slow burn

Miniature exhibition essay by Kate Woodcroft

all (or nothing) exhibition essay for touching in the all by ILYISM (Mercy Bayard and Juanita Ebbs) 

Social Structures exhibition essay by curator, Amy-Clare McCarthy

what can I do? by Priscilla Beck

Being a Smeller by Caity Reynolds

here, night by Alrey Batol


Speaking Up- Responding to On Earth Hosted by Steven Oliver BAD Festival/QUTAM 2021

Art and Crisis Panel Discussion Institute of Modern Art 2021

Artist Q&A on Australian Art
with Angela Goddard, Australian Art Course at GoMA, Brisbane, 2019

Dark Rooms: Women Directing the Lens 
Panel Discussion hosted by Queer College of Art at Griffith University 2018.

Reinterpreting the Senses
Discussion Panel chaired by Dr Laini Burton at Griffith University, Brisbane, 2018. 

(my view) From Here 
Artist Provocation and Conversation at Metro Arts with panelists, Kinly Grey, Martyn Coutts, Nasim Khosravi, and Susan Hawkins. Facilitated by Courtney Coombs and Matt Cornel. Podcast by Wombat Radio.


Invisible Art Sydney Morning Herald

Public Art is for Everybody Eyeline Magazine issue 89 

Review: Social Structures by Sarah Thomson for In Residence ARI

Social Structures, ARIs and “the Queer turn”? 
Interview by Paul Andrew with Kinly Grey, Tayla Haggarty, and Anna McMahon for ARI Remix.


In Time 
Exhibition essay by Kinly Grey for Parallel Park Can You Keep Me Occupied, Outer Space, Woolloongabba.

Sisyphus Could Be Smiling: Imagining Futurity in Aishla Manning’s ‘Soft Blow‘ 
Response essay by Kinly Grey, published in Metro Arts Arts Speak #6, 2018 (see notes here)

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