Jenny Gillam – Curriculum Vitae

Qualifications
MFA, RMIT, Melbourne, 1999.

Graduate Diploma in Higher Education, Unitec, Auckland, 1997.

Advanced Certificate in Professional Photography, Carrington Polytechnic, Auckland, 1993.

Professional Background
Senior Lecturer, School of Fine Arts, Massey University, Wellington since 2014.
Lecturer, School of Fine Arts, Massey University, Wellington, 2003 -2013.

The New Zealand Film Archive Co-curator At large (with Eugene Hansen) , 20012.

Litmus Research Initiative Academic Project Manager, One Day Sculpture, 2007-2009
One Day Sculpture website

Enjoy Public Art Gallery Trust Member, 2006-2008

Co- Director, SHOW - An artist project space. 2004 – 2006
SHOW website

Recent Exhibitions
Hometown (2016)
Co-authored multimedia artwork, Jenny Gillam & Eugene Hansen.
Dunedin Public Art Gallery Rear Window Project.

At a distance of forty-two days (2015)
Co-authored multimedia artwork, Jenny Gillam & Eugene Hansen with Adrian McCleland
Commissioned by Te Tuhi, Auckland
Curator, Bruce Phillips

FIXED for good (2015)
Co-authored site specific public artwork, Jenny Gillam & Dieneke Jansen
A Tidelines project, Wynyard Quarter, Auckland.
Curator, Jaenine Parkinson

Future Calls the Dawn, Contagion (2012)
Co-authored multimedia artwork, Jenny Gillam and vjRex (Eugene Hansen), Dr Kron for SOUND FULL, Sound in contemporary Australian and New Zealand art City Gallery, Wellington.
Curators, Caleb Kelly and Aaron Kreisler

Future Calls the Dawn Chorus (2012)
part of the exhibition If a system fails in a forest presented by ISEA2013, 107 Projects and the College of Fine Arts, University of NSW.
Co-authored multimedia artwork, Jenny Gillam, Eugene Hansen and Dr Kron.
Curator, Scott Brown

Future Calls the Dawn, Contagion (2012)
Co-authored multimedia artwork, Jenny Gillam and vjRex (Eugene Hansen), Dr Kron for SOUND FULL, Sound in contemporary Australian and New Zealand art Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
Curators, Caleb Kelly and Aaron Kreisler

Ever Green (2012)
Co-authored public lightbox works with Dieneke Jansen.
Courtenay Place Park, Wellington City Public Art Panel.

Frank with speaker & Frank with toy duck (2012)
Presented in the short film programme for The Arts & Sciences of Human–Animal Interaction conference Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge, UK curated by Antennae: the Journal of Nature in Visual Culture.

Future Calls the Dawn & Frank Rocks (2011)
part of Eugene Hansen's exhibition rootmeansquare
Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, Auckland
Co-authored artworks, Jenny Gillam and vjRex (Eugene Hansen).

Frank, Blue Oyster Art Project Space (2011)
Blue Oyster Art Project Space, Dunedin.

Frank, RMIT Gallery superimposed (2011), RMIT Project Space, Melbourne
Artwork for group exhibition, Diagram.
Curator, Charlotte Huddleston

Sinatra vs Bublé – The Summer Wind (2011), The Engine Room, Wellington.
Artwork for group exhibition, Place Makers.

In Search of Self-Perception (2010), Hirschfeld Gallery, Wellington City Art Gallery.
Artwork for curated group exhibition, Community Garden.
Curator, Abby Cunnane

Frank,The Engine Room, Tracks 1 & 2 (2010), The Engine Room, Wellington.
Artwork for curated group exhibition, Diagram.
Curator, Charlotte Huddleston

Another Lovely Daze (2008), The Physics Room, Christchurch.
Co-authored multimedia exhibition by Jenny Gillam and Eugene Hansen.

It’s a Lovely Daze (2007), Ocular Lab Gallery, Melbourne.
Co-authored multimedia exhibition by Jenny Gillam and Eugene Hansen.

Lament for Glen and Bobbie (2007), Haitaitai garden, Wellington
Collaborative audio installation with Eugene Hansen as Rex and Sorry, for group show, Gang Green. Curated by Clubfoot.

Video Suburb (2006). Canary Gallery, Auckland.
Co-authored multimedia installation with Eugene Hansen.

Greenbelt Video Suburb (2006). Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington.
Curator, Melanie Oliver
Co-authored multimedia installation with Eugene Hansen.

Video Garden (2006). Blue Oyster Art Project Space, Dunedin.
Co-authored multimedia installation with Eugene Hansen.

Skysaw (iv) (2006), G&A Studios, Sydney, Australia.
International group drawing exhibition.

Macrofun (2006). SHOW gallery, Wellington.
Collaborative multimedia installation with Eugene Hansen, Sarah Jane Parton & Paul Faris.

Sky Saw (iii) (2006), Pataka Museum, Porirua.
Installation for a large survey exhibition, BIRD – The art of New Zealand Birdlife.
Curator, Helen Kedgely.

August Moon (2005), Blue Oyster Art Project Space, Dunedin
Solo photographic and video exhibition.

Another Green World (ii) (2005), Phatspace, Sydney.
Featured video work.

Sky Saw (2005), Expressions Gallery, Upper Hutt City.
Digital prints for curated group exhibition, Final Product, drawing as the final product.

Glimmer (2005). Matakana Pictures.
Digital photographic work for group exhibition, Solaris.
Curators, Ian Macdonald, Haruhiko Sameshima & Mark Adams.

Laser Guided Dreamscape (2005), Expressions Gallery, Upper Hutt City.
Group exhibition, What’s in the Picture?
Collaborative digital print work with Eugene Hansen.

In Dark Trees (2004), SHOW gallery, Wellington.
Solo exhibition.

Another Green World (2004), The Michael Hirschfeld Gallery, Wellington.
Solo exhibition.
Curator, Sarah Farrar

Outer Nebula Drifter, (2004),
Telecom Prospect 2004. City Gallery Wellington & National Film Archive.
A video component for Hansen's multimedia installation with Emil McAvoy and Simon Morris.
Curator, Emma Bugden.

Giving Up The Ghost (ii) (2003), Michael Hirschfield Gallery, City Gallery Wellington.
Group exhibition, Set Up.
Curator, Rebecca Wilson.

Performances
Another Lovely Daze (2008),The Physics Room, Christchurch.
Collaborative multimedia exhibition by Jenny Gillam and Eugene Hansen.

Insidious Pop (drift) (2007) National Film Archive, Wellington
Co-authored audio/video performance as part of Eugene Hansen’s exhibition and performance series.

It’s a Lovely Daze - Performances (August 25-26, Sept 2-3, 2007) Ocular Lab Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.
Co-authored live digital audio visual performances by Eugene Hansen and Jenny Gillam.

Vj & dj set for the opening of Scape 2006, Christchurch City Art Gallery,
Curators, Natasha Conland & Susanne Jaschko
As DJ Sorry with vjRex and DJ Prepay

Transposition of a mountain (2006). The Physics Room, Christchurch.
Collaborative sound and video performance with James McCarthy.
Curator, Danae Mossman.

Greenbelt Video Suburb (2006). Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington.
Curator, Melanie Hogg.
Collaborative live video mixing narrative set with Kaleb Bennett and vjRex ( Eugene Hansen)
Experimental use of dance club culture technology in a fine art context, using DVJs.

Outer Nebula Drifter Video Patch II (2005).
Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra, Australia.
Curator, Stuart Bailey.
Collaborative live VJ (video mixing) narrative set with Kaleb Bennett and vjRex as part of Eugene Hansen's work for World Famous in New Zealand, a group exhibition of contemporary NZ artists.

Outer Nebula Drifter (2004).
Telecom Prospect 2004. City Gallery Wellington & National Film Archive.
Curator, Emma Bugden.
Collaborative live video mixing narrative set with Kaleb Bennett and vjRex (Eugene Hansen) and Emil McAvoy, directed by Hansen.

Conference Addresses, etc.
Creative Confluences: Merging art practices and inter-disciplinary collaborations, Waikato University, 13 August 2015. A public panel discussion with Lisa Reihana & Deborah Lawler-Dormer, led by Julianne Pierce, Chair of the Emerging and Experimental Arts Strategy Panel of the Australia Council and Creative Producer of the Adelaide Fringe Festival.

Gillam, J. & Hansen, E., The Wellington Collaboratorium, Public Seminar, June 25-27, 2010. Convened by Enjoy Public Art Gallery and Dr. Sondra Bacharach, Senior Lecturer, School of History Philosophy Political Science and International Relations, Victoria University, Wellington.

J.Gillam, D Cross. 'Days Like These: Temporality, Place and Social Engagement'. Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools 2009, Queensland College of Art Griffith University, Brisbane. Co-authored refereed conference paper. (Sept 09)

Seminar presentation concerning art documentation as part of Enjoy Public Art Gallery’s Interactions Seminar Series March 28 - April 7 2006.

Spark 2005, Creative Industries Research Centre, School of Media Arts, Wintec, Hamilton, New Zealand, 2005.A presentation discussing two areas of research - my art practice and a joint presentation with Eugene Hansen about SHOW gallery.

'Working with the Archive' 5th biennial New Zealand documentary conference, Expanding Documentary, 2004. Partnership hosting by Massey University School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland Department of Film, Television & Media Studies, The New Zealand Film Archive, Screen Director's Guild of New Zealand.

Edited Publications
Gillam, J., Jansen, D. (Co-Editors) An Urban Quest for Chlorophyll (2013), Auckland: Rim Books.

Gillam, J. (editor), Hansen, E. (Co-Editor) SHOW (2009), Auckland: Enzyme.

Curation
Gillam, J. L., & Hansen, E. M. (2013, February 20). Te Hiko Hou, The New Zealand Film Archive.

Gillam, J. L., & Hansen, E. M. (2012, May 11). Still, The New Zealand Film Archive.

Gillam, J. L., & Hansen, E. M. (2012, October 4). Remixed, The New Zealand Film Archive.

Gillam, J. L., & Hansen, E. M. (2012, November 22). Remade, New Zealand Film Archive.

Gillam, J., Noble, A., & Yates, A. (2011). Placemakers, The Engine Room, Massey University, Wellington.

Reviews/Articles/Citations

Hurrell, J. ‘Art and Entomology, 24 September, 2015 review of At a Distance of Forty-Two Days, Te Tuhi, Auckland.

Mabey, C. ‘Sound’s Relationship with Image’, 10 December, 2013 review of Sound Full: Sound in Contemporary Australian and New Zealand Art, City Gallery Wellington.

Hurrell, J. ‘Three Male Maori Videomakers’ Eyecontact, 7 March, 2013 review of Te Hiko Hou at the New Zealand Film Archive, Auckland co-curated with Eugene Hansen.
7 March 2013

Smith, H.,’ Te Hiko Hou, New Zealand Film Archive mediagallery’ review of Te Hiko Hou exhibition at the New Zealand Film Archive Wellington co-curated with Eugene Hansen published at Circuit Artist Film & Video Aotearoa.

10 August 2012
Amery, M., ‘Artistic Hothouse’, The Dominion Post, review of 'Ever Green', Courtenay Place Lightbox project.

10 May 2012
Hurrell, J., 'Hansen and friends in Pakuranga', Eyecontact, 31 December, 2011 review of Hansen's collaborative exhibition Rootmeansquare.

Novero, C., 'Facing Animals in Recent Art: An Addendum to Jenny Gillam's Dog Frank,' public lecture, Blue Oyster Art Project Space, November 5, 2011.

James, D., ‘Another Lovely Daze’, The Physics Room 2008 Annual Review, 2010.

Amery, M., ‘Gardens of Earthly Delights’, The Dominion Post, 27 May 2010 review of In Search of Self-Perception in Community Garden.

Wood, S., ‘The secret Life of stick insects. Study lifts the lid on a small world’. The Dominion Post 06 May 2010.

Radio interview Newstalk ZM with Sue Burgin re. In Search of Self-Perception, 08 May 2010.

Radio interview Radio Active with Mark Amery re. In Search of Self-Perception, 15 May 2010.

Amery, M., ‘Mark Amery on two new art spaces in Wellington’ Friday 19 March, 2010
http://Eyecontactartforum.blogspot.com
Huddleston, C. ‘Exploded View’, catalogue essay for Diagram exhibition, 2010.

'Green Belt Video Suburb'. Lino Magazine (Issue 15 2006), pp118-121. A feature article about Green Belt Video Suburb exhibition, Enjoy Public Art Gallery.

Clifford, A., ‘Video Niceties’ (2006). Urbis Magazine (Issue 33) p160. A review of exhibition, Green Belt Video Suburb, Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington.

Gibbs, S., ‘Mowing down the puppies, and other suburban stories’ (2006). Enjoy Gallery Catalogue 2006 pp24-27.

Amery, M., (2006, 11 Aug). ‘Trying to be difficult’, The Dominion Post. SHOW gallery.

Amery, M., (2005, 23 Dec). ‘Resisting (almost) the urge to name names’, The Dominion Post, pB8. SHOW gallery.

New Zealand, Art Asia Pacific Almanac 2005/2006, p126 SHOW gallery.

Kreisler, A., (2005, 24 Dec). ‘Best Art 2005’, The Listener, p44. SHOW gallery.

Moore, M., (2005, Spring). ‘SHOW Solo’, Art New Zealand Number 116, pp60 - 63. An article about SHOW's exhibition programme in a broader discussion about opportunities for mid career artists to exhibit experimental solo projects.

McAloon, W., (2004, Dec). ‘Best Art of 2004.’ The Listener. p45 SHOW gallery.


Jenny Gillam – Curriculum Vitae

Qualifications
MFA, RMIT, Melbourne, 1999.

Graduate Diploma in Higher Education, Unitec, Auckland, 1997.

Advanced Certificate in Professional Photography, Carrington Polytechnic, Auckland, 1993.

Professional Background
Senior Lecturer, School of Fine Arts, Massey University, Wellington since 2014.
Lecturer, School of Fine Arts, Massey University, Wellington, 2003 -2013.

The New Zealand Film Archive Co-curator At large (with Eugene Hansen) , 20012.

Litmus Research Initiative Academic Project Manager, One Day Sculpture, 2007-2009
One Day Sculpture website

Enjoy Public Art Gallery Trust Member, 2006-2008

Co- Director, SHOW - An artist project space. 2004 – 2006
SHOW website

Recent Exhibitions
Hometown (2016)
Co-authored multimedia artwork, Jenny Gillam & Eugene Hansen.
Dunedin Public Art Gallery Rear Window Project.

At a distance of forty-two days (2015)
Co-authored multimedia artwork, Jenny Gillam & Eugene Hansen with Adrian McCleland
Commissioned by Te Tuhi, Auckland
Curator, Bruce Phillips

FIXED for good (2015)
Co-authored site specific public artwork, Jenny Gillam & Dieneke Jansen
A Tidelines project, Wynyard Quarter, Auckland.
Curator, Jaenine Parkinson

Future Calls the Dawn, Contagion (2012)
Co-authored multimedia artwork, Jenny Gillam and vjRex (Eugene Hansen), Dr Kron for SOUND FULL, Sound in contemporary Australian and New Zealand art City Gallery, Wellington.
Curators, Caleb Kelly and Aaron Kreisler

Future Calls the Dawn Chorus (2012)
part of the exhibition If a system fails in a forest presented by ISEA2013, 107 Projects and the College of Fine Arts, University of NSW.
Co-authored multimedia artwork, Jenny Gillam, Eugene Hansen and Dr Kron.
Curator, Scott Brown

Future Calls the Dawn, Contagion (2012)
Co-authored multimedia artwork, Jenny Gillam and vjRex (Eugene Hansen), Dr Kron for SOUND FULL, Sound in contemporary Australian and New Zealand art Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
Curators, Caleb Kelly and Aaron Kreisler

Ever Green (2012)
Co-authored public lightbox works with Dieneke Jansen.
Courtenay Place Park, Wellington City Public Art Panel.

Frank with speaker & Frank with toy duck (2012)
Presented in the short film programme for The Arts & Sciences of Human–Animal Interaction conference Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge, UK curated by Antennae: the Journal of Nature in Visual Culture.

Future Calls the Dawn & Frank Rocks (2011)
part of Eugene Hansen's exhibition rootmeansquare
Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, Auckland
Co-authored artworks, Jenny Gillam and vjRex (Eugene Hansen).

Frank, Blue Oyster Art Project Space (2011)
Blue Oyster Art Project Space, Dunedin.

Frank, RMIT Gallery superimposed (2011), RMIT Project Space, Melbourne
Artwork for group exhibition, Diagram.
Curator, Charlotte Huddleston

Sinatra vs Bublé – The Summer Wind (2011), The Engine Room, Wellington.
Artwork for group exhibition, Place Makers.

In Search of Self-Perception (2010), Hirschfeld Gallery, Wellington City Art Gallery.
Artwork for curated group exhibition, Community Garden.
Curator, Abby Cunnane

Frank,The Engine Room, Tracks 1 & 2 (2010), The Engine Room, Wellington.
Artwork for curated group exhibition, Diagram.
Curator, Charlotte Huddleston

Another Lovely Daze (2008), The Physics Room, Christchurch.
Co-authored multimedia exhibition by Jenny Gillam and Eugene Hansen.

It’s a Lovely Daze (2007), Ocular Lab Gallery, Melbourne.
Co-authored multimedia exhibition by Jenny Gillam and Eugene Hansen.

Lament for Glen and Bobbie (2007), Haitaitai garden, Wellington
Collaborative audio installation with Eugene Hansen as Rex and Sorry, for group show, Gang Green. Curated by Clubfoot.

Video Suburb (2006). Canary Gallery, Auckland.
Co-authored multimedia installation with Eugene Hansen.

Greenbelt Video Suburb (2006). Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington.
Curator, Melanie Oliver
Co-authored multimedia installation with Eugene Hansen.

Video Garden (2006). Blue Oyster Art Project Space, Dunedin.
Co-authored multimedia installation with Eugene Hansen.

Skysaw (iv) (2006), G&A Studios, Sydney, Australia.
International group drawing exhibition.

Macrofun (2006). SHOW gallery, Wellington.
Collaborative multimedia installation with Eugene Hansen, Sarah Jane Parton & Paul Faris.

Sky Saw (iii) (2006), Pataka Museum, Porirua.
Installation for a large survey exhibition, BIRD – The art of New Zealand Birdlife.
Curator, Helen Kedgely.

August Moon (2005), Blue Oyster Art Project Space, Dunedin
Solo photographic and video exhibition.

Another Green World (ii) (2005), Phatspace, Sydney.
Featured video work.

Sky Saw (2005), Expressions Gallery, Upper Hutt City.
Digital prints for curated group exhibition, Final Product, drawing as the final product.

Glimmer (2005). Matakana Pictures.
Digital photographic work for group exhibition, Solaris.
Curators, Ian Macdonald, Haruhiko Sameshima & Mark Adams.

Laser Guided Dreamscape (2005), Expressions Gallery, Upper Hutt City.
Group exhibition, What’s in the Picture?
Collaborative digital print work with Eugene Hansen.

In Dark Trees (2004), SHOW gallery, Wellington.
Solo exhibition.

Another Green World (2004), The Michael Hirschfeld Gallery, Wellington.
Solo exhibition.
Curator, Sarah Farrar

Outer Nebula Drifter, (2004),
Telecom Prospect 2004. City Gallery Wellington & National Film Archive.
A video component for Hansen's multimedia installation with Emil McAvoy and Simon Morris.
Curator, Emma Bugden.

Giving Up The Ghost (ii) (2003), Michael Hirschfield Gallery, City Gallery Wellington.
Group exhibition, Set Up.
Curator, Rebecca Wilson.

Performances
Another Lovely Daze (2008),The Physics Room, Christchurch.
Collaborative multimedia exhibition by Jenny Gillam and Eugene Hansen.

Insidious Pop (drift) (2007) National Film Archive, Wellington
Co-authored audio/video performance as part of Eugene Hansen’s exhibition and performance series.

It’s a Lovely Daze - Performances (August 25-26, Sept 2-3, 2007) Ocular Lab Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.
Co-authored live digital audio visual performances by Eugene Hansen and Jenny Gillam.

Vj & dj set for the opening of Scape 2006, Christchurch City Art Gallery,
Curators, Natasha Conland & Susanne Jaschko
As DJ Sorry with vjRex and DJ Prepay

Transposition of a mountain (2006). The Physics Room, Christchurch.
Collaborative sound and video performance with James McCarthy.
Curator, Danae Mossman.

Greenbelt Video Suburb (2006). Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington.
Curator, Melanie Hogg.
Collaborative live video mixing narrative set with Kaleb Bennett and vjRex ( Eugene Hansen)
Experimental use of dance club culture technology in a fine art context, using DVJs.

Outer Nebula Drifter Video Patch II (2005).
Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra, Australia.
Curator, Stuart Bailey.
Collaborative live VJ (video mixing) narrative set with Kaleb Bennett and vjRex as part of Eugene Hansen's work for World Famous in New Zealand, a group exhibition of contemporary NZ artists.

Outer Nebula Drifter (2004).
Telecom Prospect 2004. City Gallery Wellington & National Film Archive.
Curator, Emma Bugden.
Collaborative live video mixing narrative set with Kaleb Bennett and vjRex (Eugene Hansen) and Emil McAvoy, directed by Hansen.

Conference Addresses, etc.
Creative Confluences: Merging art practices and inter-disciplinary collaborations, Waikato University, 13 August 2015. A public panel discussion with Lisa Reihana & Deborah Lawler-Dormer, led by Julianne Pierce, Chair of the Emerging and Experimental Arts Strategy Panel of the Australia Council and Creative Producer of the Adelaide Fringe Festival.

Gillam, J. & Hansen, E., The Wellington Collaboratorium, Public Seminar, June 25-27, 2010. Convened by Enjoy Public Art Gallery and Dr. Sondra Bacharach, Senior Lecturer, School of History Philosophy Political Science and International Relations, Victoria University, Wellington.

J.Gillam, D Cross. 'Days Like These: Temporality, Place and Social Engagement'. Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools 2009, Queensland College of Art Griffith University, Brisbane. Co-authored refereed conference paper. (Sept 09)

Seminar presentation concerning art documentation as part of Enjoy Public Art Gallery’s Interactions Seminar Series March 28 - April 7 2006.

Spark 2005, Creative Industries Research Centre, School of Media Arts, Wintec, Hamilton, New Zealand, 2005.A presentation discussing two areas of research - my art practice and a joint presentation with Eugene Hansen about SHOW gallery.

'Working with the Archive' 5th biennial New Zealand documentary conference, Expanding Documentary, 2004. Partnership hosting by Massey University School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland Department of Film, Television & Media Studies, The New Zealand Film Archive, Screen Director's Guild of New Zealand.

Edited Publications
Gillam, J., Jansen, D. (Co-Editors) An Urban Quest for Chlorophyll (2013), Auckland: Rim Books.

Gillam, J. (editor), Hansen, E. (Co-Editor) SHOW (2009), Auckland: Enzyme.

Curation
Gillam, J. L., & Hansen, E. M. (2013, February 20). Te Hiko Hou, The New Zealand Film Archive.

Gillam, J. L., & Hansen, E. M. (2012, May 11). Still, The New Zealand Film Archive.

Gillam, J. L., & Hansen, E. M. (2012, October 4). Remixed, The New Zealand Film Archive.

Gillam, J. L., & Hansen, E. M. (2012, November 22). Remade, New Zealand Film Archive.

Gillam, J., Noble, A., & Yates, A. (2011). Placemakers, The Engine Room, Massey University, Wellington.

Reviews/Articles/Citations

Hurrell, J. ‘Art and Entomology, 24 September, 2015 review of At a Distance of Forty-Two Days, Te Tuhi, Auckland.

Mabey, C. ‘Sound’s Relationship with Image’, 10 December, 2013 review of Sound Full: Sound in Contemporary Australian and New Zealand Art, City Gallery Wellington.

Hurrell, J. ‘Three Male Maori Videomakers’ Eyecontact, 7 March, 2013 review of Te Hiko Hou at the New Zealand Film Archive, Auckland co-curated with Eugene Hansen.
7 March 2013

Smith, H.,’ Te Hiko Hou, New Zealand Film Archive mediagallery’ review of Te Hiko Hou exhibition at the New Zealand Film Archive Wellington co-curated with Eugene Hansen published at Circuit Artist Film & Video Aotearoa.

10 August 2012
Amery, M., ‘Artistic Hothouse’, The Dominion Post, review of 'Ever Green', Courtenay Place Lightbox project.

10 May 2012
Hurrell, J., 'Hansen and friends in Pakuranga', Eyecontact, 31 December, 2011 review of Hansen's collaborative exhibition Rootmeansquare.

Novero, C., 'Facing Animals in Recent Art: An Addendum to Jenny Gillam's Dog Frank,' public lecture, Blue Oyster Art Project Space, November 5, 2011.

James, D., ‘Another Lovely Daze’, The Physics Room 2008 Annual Review, 2010.

Amery, M., ‘Gardens of Earthly Delights’, The Dominion Post, 27 May 2010 review of In Search of Self-Perception in Community Garden.

Wood, S., ‘The secret Life of stick insects. Study lifts the lid on a small world’. The Dominion Post 06 May 2010.

Radio interview Newstalk ZM with Sue Burgin re. In Search of Self-Perception, 08 May 2010.

Radio interview Radio Active with Mark Amery re. In Search of Self-Perception, 15 May 2010.

Amery, M., ‘Mark Amery on two new art spaces in Wellington’ Friday 19 March, 2010
http://Eyecontactartforum.blogspot.com
Huddleston, C. ‘Exploded View’, catalogue essay for Diagram exhibition, 2010.

'Green Belt Video Suburb'. Lino Magazine (Issue 15 2006), pp118-121. A feature article about Green Belt Video Suburb exhibition, Enjoy Public Art Gallery.

Clifford, A., ‘Video Niceties’ (2006). Urbis Magazine (Issue 33) p160. A review of exhibition, Green Belt Video Suburb, Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington.

Gibbs, S., ‘Mowing down the puppies, and other suburban stories’ (2006). Enjoy Gallery Catalogue 2006 pp24-27.

Amery, M., (2006, 11 Aug). ‘Trying to be difficult’, The Dominion Post. SHOW gallery.

Amery, M., (2005, 23 Dec). ‘Resisting (almost) the urge to name names’, The Dominion Post, pB8. SHOW gallery.

New Zealand, Art Asia Pacific Almanac 2005/2006, p126 SHOW gallery.

Kreisler, A., (2005, 24 Dec). ‘Best Art 2005’, The Listener, p44. SHOW gallery.

Moore, M., (2005, Spring). ‘SHOW Solo’, Art New Zealand Number 116, pp60 - 63. An article about SHOW's exhibition programme in a broader discussion about opportunities for mid career artists to exhibit experimental solo projects.

McAloon, W., (2004, Dec). ‘Best Art of 2004.’ The Listener. p45 SHOW gallery.