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Selected catalogue essays 

Phoebe Hoban, ‘Lauren Berkowitz’s High–Wire Act’, catalogue essay, Plastic Topographies, Artspace, Ideas Platform, Sydney, 2018

Rachel Kent, ‘Lauren Berkowitz: the artist as collector’, ART150: Celebrating 150 years of art, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne, 2017

Amita Kirpalani, ‘Deep Sea Diver’, catalogue essay, Visceral Forms, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne, 2012

Natalie King, ‘The aesthetics of waste and recycling’, catalogue essay, In the Balance: Art for a Changing World, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2010  

Lucina Ward, Soft Sculpture, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2009

Lucina Ward, Soft Sculpture, exhibition catalogue, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2009, p.20– 22   

Dr Alana O’Brien, ‘Manna’, catalogue essay, Three Degrees of Change, La Trobe University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2009

Rebecca Coates, ‘Neo–Neo Feminisms’, catalogue essay, Lauren Berkowitz and Starlie Geikie, Neon Parc, Melbourne, 2008

Naomi Cass, ‘Down to earth’, catalogue essay, Cornucopia, Sherman Galleries, Sydney, 2007

Zara Stanhope, ‘Art’s constant gardener’, catalogue essay, Demeter’s Garden, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, 2007

Jane O’Neil, ‘Demeter’s Garden’, catalogue essay, Demeter’s Garden, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, 2007

Adam Geczy, ‘Collecting, Coating, Covering: Lauren Berkowitz’, catalogue essay, Tide, Artspace, Sydney, 2004

Rachel Kent, ‘Lauren Berkowitz: Environment into Art’, catalogue essay, Salt and Sand, Sherman Galleries Sydney, 2004

Rachel Kent, ‘Art and Environment: Lauren Berkowitz’s “Colour Field”’, catalogue essay, Eden and the Apple of Sodom, Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia, 2002

Naomi Cass, ‘L’chaim: Lauren Berkowitz at the Jewish Museum’, catalogue essay, Salt and Honey, Jewish Museum of Australia, Melbourne, 2002

Simeon Kronenberg, Lauren Berkowitz, Strata: between geometry and gesture, exhibition catalogue, “Strata”, McClelland Gallery, Melbourne, 1999

Ross Moore, ‘Wall Red Yellow Blue: The Narrative of Minimalism’, catalogue essay, Wall Red Yellow Blue, Artspace, Sydney, 1997

Natalie King, ‘Bag Lady’, catalogue essay, Bags, Bottles, Newspapers, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Melbourne, 1994


Selected articles and book entries

Melissa Loughnan, Australiana to Zeitgeist, Thames and Hudson, Australia, 2017, pp. 54-55

Paul van Capelleveen, Artists & Others: The Imaginative French book in the 21st Century, Koopman Collection, National Library of the Netherlands, Vantilt publishers, The Hague, 2016, pp. 23, 126

Jenny Lyon, ‘Inspired by waste’, interview, Green magazine, issue 16, 2010, pp. 68-73

Alana O’Brien, ‘Lauren Berkowitz: Manna’, Antennae, issue 17, Summer, 2011, reprint from Three Degrees of Change, La Trobe University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2009

Margaret Marsh, Michelle Watts and Graig Malyon (eds.), ‘The documented (land) form’, A.R.T.2 Practice, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 2005, pp. 146-7  

Charles Merewether, ‘Anxieties of Revelation’, Lauren Berkowitz, Craftsman House, Sydney, 2001  

Natalie King, ‘Ephemeral Geometries’, Art & Australia, vol. 37, no. 4, 2000, pp. 566-71


Selected reviews

Julia Jones, ‘A growing medium the garden in art and design’, Art Monthly, issue 284, October 2015, pp. 38-45

Megan Backhouse, Wonder Weeds, ‘The Age’, review, Spectrum, p.14, May 31st, Melbourne, 2014

Megan Backhouse, ‘Quite contrarily, an artwork grows’, The Age, Life and Style, 21 December 2013, p.10 

Helen Hughes, ‘Lauren Berkowitz and Starlie Geikie’, un Magazine, Issue 2.2, 2008

Jazmina Cininas, ‘Demeter’s Garden’, Eyeline, no. 64, 2007, p. 61

Freda Freiberg, ‘On the scented trail of tradition’, Eyeline, no. 51, 2003, p. 50

Matt Preston, ‘Faith in Food’, The Age, Epicure, 13 August 2002, p.10

Gillian Fuller, ‘Wall Red Yellow Blue’, Globe e-Journal: Journal of Contemporary Arts, issue 6, 1997


Selected videos and media

Fenella Kernebone, Art Nation, video, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2010   

‘MCA Artist's Voice, series 6’, In the Balance: Art in a Changing World, video, Museum of Contemporary Art, 2010

‘Behind the Scenes’, In the Balance: Art in a Changing World, video, Museum of Contemporary Art, 2010  

Julie Copeland, ‘The Maker’, interview on Salt and Honey, ABC Radio National, 8 September 2002   


Further texts

Charlotte Cornish, Waves, catalogue essay, Honeymoon Suite, Melbourne 2017

Phil Brown, ‘Gardens of Earthly Delight’, The Courier Mail, Canvas, 14 March 2015, p. 14 

Dan Rule, ‘Plant pavilion upcycles Docklands’, The Age, 13 June 2014, p. 20   

Kaleidoscope, exhibition invitation, Platform Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne, 2014

Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria, 2013–14

Penny Modra, ‘Melbourne Now, NGV’s down-and-dirty blockbuster in disguise’, The Age, 27 November 2013, p. 46

Eugene Barilo von Reisberg, ‘Symphonic Encounters @ Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts’, Arts Diary 365, 22 June 2012

Melissa Loughnan and Helen Hughes, Discreet Objects, Utopian Slumps, 2010, catalogue essay

Lucina Ward, Soft Sculpture, National Gallery of Australia, 2009, catalogue essay

Sophie Knezic, ‘Bal Tashchit: Thou Shalt Not Destroy’, Artlink, vol. 28, no. 3, 2008

Richard Kalina, ‘Down Under No More’, Art in America, April, 2005, pp. 77–85

Adam Geczy, ‘Australian Perpecta 1997: Between Art and Nature’, Eyeline, Summer, 1997/1998, p. 40