BORN 1965, Melbourne, Australia
Lives and works in Melbourne, Australia

EDUCATION
1991-93 School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, MFA Sculpture, USA
1988-89 Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, Australia,
Graduate Diploma in Fine Arts, Sculpture.
1983-85 Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia, BFA Sculpture.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2017 Bottles, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne
2016 Subterranean and Sightseeing Tours (collaboration with Lisa Andrew), Alaska projects, Sydney
2014 Hortus, Docklands, a Utopian Folk collaboration, Melbourne
2012 Visceral Forms, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne
2009 Manna, part of a tri-parte exhibition "Three Degrees of Change", La Trobe University Museum of Art, Bundoora Campus, Melbourne
2007 Cornucopia, Sherman Galleries, Sydney, Australia
Demeter’s Garden , Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, Australia
2005-06 Karakarook’s Garden, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne, Australia
2004 Salt and Sand, Sherman Galleries, Sydney, Australia
Tide , Artspace, Sydney, Australia
2002 Salt and Honey, Jewish Museum of Australia, Melbourne
2001 ABC123, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney , Australia
Verdant, Herring Island Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1999 Strata, Mc Clelland Gallery, Victoria, Australia
Cupola, Queen Victoria Building, Sydney Festival, NSW, Australia
1998 Spiderbox, collaboration with Rozalind Drummond, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Australia
1997 Epithelium, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Wall Red Yellow Blue, Artspace, Sydney, Australia
1996 Onion Sac Wall, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Excess, Rosyln Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Green Room, Pendulum, Sydney, Australia
1995 Building 40 Project, RMIT Design, Melbourne, Australia
1994 Bags, Bottles, Newspapers, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1993 Installation #04, Information Gallery, New York, NY, USA
1992 Tarook /Taarak, Realities Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1990 Recent Works, Realities Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1988 Recent Works, Realities Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS (since 1989)
2016 Human/Animal/Artist, McClelland Gallery, Victoria
Blindside Festival , On the Verge, Melbourne
Artists & Others, The imaginative French book from the 21st century
From the Koopman Collection of the National Library of the Netherlands, Grolier Club, NY, NY
Cornucopia, SAM , Shepparton Art Museum, Victoria
2015 From the Collection: Gertrude Contemporary Regional Residencies, Chapter Two, Latrobe Regional Gallery, Victoria
Garden,
Queensland University of Technology Art Museum, Brisbane Australia
2014 Faux Museum, C3 Inaugural Fundraiser, Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne
Fin, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne
Lauren Berkowitz and Starlie Geikie
, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne                         
Kaleidoscope, Platform Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne
Found Festival,  Magdalen Laundry, Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne
Wild places, Motorworks Gallery, Melbourne Grammar School
Monash University Collection,  presented at the Australian Club
by Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne
2013-14 Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Roads Cross, Contemporary Directions in Australian Art, Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs, Northern Territory
2013 Regimes of Value, Substation Gallery, Melbourne
2012 Roads Cross, Contemporary Directions in Australian Art, Flinders University Art Museum and City Gallery, Adelaide, Charles Darwin University Art Gallery, Darwin, Northern Territory 
Symphonic Encounters, Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts, Melbourne
2011 Artrecycle, 2011, guest artist and judge, Incinerator Arts Complex, Melbourne
Found, Glen, Eira City Council Gallery, Melbourne
2010 Aichi Triennale 2010, Curatorial Exhibition Competition
Aichi Arts Center Art Space, Nagoya, Japan
Video Void: Australian Video Art, 1970s, 1980s & 1990s, Centre for Contemporary Photography, presented by the Faculty of Art & Design, Monash University
In the Balance: art for a changing world, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Discreet Objects, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne
Aftermath: Art, Memory, History, Monash University Faculty Gallery, Melbourne
2009 Soft Sculpture, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Global Books exhibition at the "Cité du Livre” in Aix en Provence. France
Drought, Murray Darling Palimpsest #7, Art Vault, Mildura, Victoria, Australia
2008 The Ecologies Project, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia
Starlie Geikie and Lauren Berkowitz , Neon Parc, Melbourne, Australia
Bal Tashchit, Thou Shalt Not Destroy , Jewish Museum of Australia
Premotions, Monash University collection 1961-2007, Mc Clelland Gallery, Victoria
2007 Global Books, Le livres de’artistes de Gervais Jassaud, Bibliotheque Carnegie Mediatheque Jean Falala, and Comedie de Reims, France
Artist Makes Video: Art Rage Survey 1994–1998 , Dell Gallery, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia
2006 Before the Body-Matter, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia
2005 After Nature, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, NSW , Australia
2004 Melbourne Artfair, Melbourne, Australia
Site/Unseen, Danks St, Sydney, Australia
2003-04 Hothouse: The Flower in Contemporary Art , Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) Touring Exhibition, State Library of Victoria, Keith Murdoch Gallery, Melbourne; Geelong Art Gallery; Ballarat Fine Art Gallery; McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park, Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia
2003 Mc Clelland Survey and Sculpture Award, Mc Clelland Gallery, Victoria, Australia
Fair Game, Response Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria, Australia
Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial, Japan
2002 Eden and the Apple of Sodom, University of South Australia Art Museum, Adelaide, Australia
2001 The Cultivated Garden, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, Gymea, NSW, Australia
Low Down, Recent Acquisitions , Monash University Collection, Monash University, Melbourne
2000 Celebrating the Exquisite Corpse , Bendigo Art Gallery, Monash Gallery of Art, Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery, Victoria, Ararat Gallery, travelling exhibiton, Australia
The Retrieved Object , Linden Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1999 Chunky Move with Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), presentation of Live Acts #3 & #4, Revolver, Melbourne, Australia
Tensions , video works from Griffith University Art Collection, screening State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Material & Beyond , University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, touring Queensland regional galleries, Australia
Transmaterial , Otago School of Art, Otago Polytechnic Dunedin, New Zealand
1998-99 Artrage, artworks for television, producer/curator Kim Machan, Artspace, Sydney; IMA,
Brisbane, touring nationally, Australia
1998-05 Women of the Book, The Finegood Art Gallery, Calfornia, USA. Sharadin Art Gallery, Kutztown University, Pennsylvania. Kamin Gallery, Van Pelt Dietrich Library, University of Pennsylvannia, Janis Charach Epstein Museum, MI, University of Arizona Museum of Art, Arizona, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Ratonleboro Museum of Art, VT, Missouri State Univerity Springfield, MO, Minnesota Centre for Book Arts, Minneapolis, MN. Steadman Gallery, Rutgers, the State University of New, NJ, USA
1998 The Infinite Space: Women minimalism and the sculptural object, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Respond Red or Blue , Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
Resourceful , Ararat Gallery, Victoria, Australia
Le Corps du Livre , L’oeuvre editoriale de Gervais Jassuad, Carre d’Art Biliotheque, Nimes, France
Up the Road, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia
Ecologies of Place and Memory, Gallery A, University Gallery Launceston, University of Tasmania, Launceston, Australia
Construction in Process VI, The Bridge , Pileon Building, Melbourne, Australia
Suite , Smith and Stonely on Stratton, Brisbane, Australia
1997 Amcor Paper Awards, 1997, Westpac Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Australian Perspecta 1997: Between Art and Nature, The Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, Australia
World Without End , St Patricks Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia
Moët & Chandon Touring Exhibition , Queensland Art Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Art Gallery of New South Wales and Art Gallery of South Australia, Australia
1996 Mrs Bird’s House, Motherwell St, South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia
Secret Archive , Platform Station, Melbourne, Australia
Ruins in Reverse, RMIT, Storey Hall, Melbourne, Australia
1995 The Object of Existence, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), Melbourne, Australia
The Wandering Jew Myth and Metaphor , Jewish Museum of Australia, touring exhibition, Melbourne, Australia
Seven Histories of Australia , Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), Melbourne, Australia
Constructed City , Plimsoll Gallery, University of Tasmania, touring exhibition, Hobart, Australia
Monash University Art Prize, Monash University Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Blow Up, Rosyln Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Essence and Persuasion, Anderson Gallery, Buffalo, NY, USA
1994 Erptcponise-(perceptions), Information Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Projection: Filming the Body, The Basement Project, Melbourne, Australia
1993 Yoshii Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Lauren Berkowitz, Stephen Bram, Debra Ostrow, Kathy Temin , Studio 14 at 200 Gertrude Street Gallery, Melbourne Australia
1989-91 I.C.I Contemporary Art Collection, City of Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, touring regional galleries, Vic, NSW, Qld, Australia
1989 Active Garden, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne, Australia

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY (since 1993)
2017 Rachel Kent, Bottles, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne, cat. essay
Melissa Loughnan, Australiana to Zeitgeist, Thames and Hudson, pp. 52,53,54,55
2016 Janine Burke, Human/Animal/Artist, catalogue, McClelland Gallery, Victoria, p.7
Larissa Hjorth, Kirsten Sharp and Linda Williams, Screen Ecologies, Art, Media, and the Environment in the Asia –Pacific Region, publisher MIT Press,pp. 52, 53,54 
Paul van Capelleveen, Artists Others, the imaginative French book in the 21st century, Koopman Collection, National Library of the Netherlands , Nijmegen, Vantilt publishers, pp.23,126
Anna Briars, Cornucopia catalogue, Shepparton Art Museum, pp.14, 42
Sarah Werkmeister , Art Guide, Melbourne,  22 March, 2016
2015 Julia Jones,“A growing medium,The Garden in Art and Design”, Art Monthly ,pp.38-45, issue 284/October
2014 Andrew Brown, Art & Ecology Now, Thames and Hudson, London, pp.238-241
Dan Rule , "Plant paviilion upcycles Docklands ', The Age, p.20 , June 13th,
http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/plant-pavilion-upcycles-docklands-20140612-zs4w5.html
Megan Backhouse, 'Wonder Weeds',The Age, spectrum , May 31st, p.14
http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/life/wild-places-exhibit-for-weeds-and-wildflowers-20140526-zro4r.html
Rozalind Drummond, Wild Places, catalogue, Melbourne
Charlotte Day, Monash University Collection, catalogue essay presented at the Australian Club by Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne
2013 Megan Backhouse, 'Quite contrarily, an artwork grows, The Age, Life and Style, p.10 , Dec 21st .  
Melbourne Now , "NGV's down-and dirty blockbuster in disguise", Wednesday 27th November, Penny Modra, The Age , p.46
Melbourne Now , exhibition guide, p.36-37, National Gallery of Victoria, Australia
Jane Devery, 'Art and Urban context',  Melbourne Now , exhibition catalogue, p. 91, illustration 122.  National Gallery of Victoria, Australia
Discipline No 3, magazine, artists pages, p, 113-116 , Melbourne
Robert Nelson, review "artists fashion a treasure house of items from junk". The Age, March 20th p. 47
Elizabeth Gower, Regimes of Value, catalogue, Margaret Lawrence Gallery Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne.
2012 Maurice O'Riodan, review, "'X' marks the space: roads cross", Flinders University Art Museum', Art Monthly , pp 14-16, August
Louisa Rebgetz,and Anita Angel, ABC Darwin 7.30 Report,
'Three Days to turn Seed to Stone', Northern Territory News, 19th November, p. 8              
Amita Kirpalani, "Deep Sea Diver", catalogue essay for Visceral Forms, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne 
Lisa Holzl, "Lauren Berkowitz, Waste Not, Want Not" p.34-35 Found, The Art of Recycling, published by Walker Books, Sydney
Fiona Salmon and Vivonne Thwaites, Roads Cross, exhibition catalogue
pp 10,34 -35, Flinders University Art Museum and City Gallery, Adelaide
Melanie Flynn and Rachael Watts, Symphonic Encounters, catalogue pp 3, 7, Linden, Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts, Melbourne
Eugene Barilo von Reisberg, Arts Diary 365, 22 June http://artsdiary365.wordpress.com/2012/06/23/symphonic-encounters-linden-centre-for-contemporary-arts/
Dan Rule, review Symphonic Encounters, Features, Art Guide, p.51-52, July/August, Australia
2011 Dan Rule, "Trash art that is not here to stay", p.19, The Age, Wed may 25th
Visual Art, Artecycle, The Saturday Age, Life Style  p 7.
Alana O'Brien reprint of "Lauren Berkowitz, Manna", Antennae, issue 17 summer 2011
Diane Soumilias, Found, Glen catalogue, Eira City Council Gallery, Melbourne
http://visual.artshub.com.au/news-article/reviews/visual-arts/found-184440
2010 Art Nation, ABC, www.abc.net.au/arts/stories/s3046013.htm
Video- Artcine TV, MCA the artists voice series 6, "In the Balance, Art for a changing world"
www.mca.com.au/mca-learning/learning.../artists-voice-bel-boy/
Video –Behind the scenes, In the Balance, Art in a Changing World, MCA
Micheal Fitzgerald, "Consumer cult ", The Australian financial review, Thursday 2nd Sept, p. 24
Two thousand, interview www.twothousand.com.au/look/lauren-berkowitz-interview/
Jenny Lyon,  'Inspired by waste' interview, Green, magazine pp. 68-73
Kyla Mc Farlane, 'Impure Subjects,' Monash university Museum of Art, Change, MUMA, catalogue, p. 145 and 123
Rachel Kent, "Lauren Berkowitz", In the Balance: Art for a Changing World, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, pp.30-33
Natalie King, "The aesthetics of waste and recycling", In the Balance: Art for a Changing World, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, pp.9-10
Bridget Cormack, "Growth of a green aesthetic", The Australian, p.20 Arts , 23rd August ,
Melissa Loughnan and Helen Hughes, "Discreet Objects", exhibition catalogue, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne.http://utopianslumpsgallery.blogspot.com/2010/07/discreet-objects-catalogue-essay.html
Dylan Rainforth, Visual Art, "Discreet Objects", The Age p. 19, Wed July 28th 
http://superfuture.com/supernews/melbourne-discreet-objects
Kathy Temin, Aftermath: Art, Memory, History, exhibition catalogue, Monash University, Melbourne
Alexie Glass-Kantor, "Honouring the Holocaust", The Australian Jewish News, p.30, Friday 19th March 
2009 Lisa Kalman, "Ecology and" Retrieval, The Australian Jewish News, 26th November,
http://nga.gov.au/Exhibition/softsculpture/Default.cfm?IRN=163696&BioArtistIRN=34486&MnuID=3&ArtistIRN=34486&ViewID=2
http://www.superfuture.com/supernews/
Dr Alana O’Brien, 'Manna', exhibition catalogue, pp.22-35, Three Degrees of Change, La Trobe University Museum of Art, Melbourne
Lucina Ward, Soft Sculpture, http://nga.gov.au/softsculpture/ National Gallery of Australia
Lucina Ward, Soft Sculpture, exhibition catalogue, p.20, 21, 22, National Gallery of Australia
Lucina Ward, “Don’t, touch, lick or smell, Soft Sculpture”, artonview, p.24, 25, NGA
Lella Cariddi, Drought, Murray Darling Palimpsest #7, exhibition catalogue, Mildura, Victoria
2008 Helen Hughes, “Lauren Berkowitz and Starlie Geikie”, review online Un. Magazine Issue 2.2 November, p.52, Melbourne
Geraldine Barlow and Dr Kyla McFarlane, The Ecologies Project, exhibition catalogue, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne,
Rebecca Coates, Neo–Neo Feminisms , catalogue essay, Neon Parc, Melbourne
Megan Bakehouse, “Around the Galleries,” The Age, A2, July 26 th, Melbourne, Australia
Ross Moore, “Sightlines Galleries, Neo- Neo Feminism”, The Age, Friday July 18 th p. 15, Melbourne, Australia
Virginia Fraser, ‘Wading into Scripture: Bal Taschit”, pp10-13, Art Monthly, Australia # 210 June , Canberra, Australia
Ashely Crawford and Melissa Amore, Bal Tashchit, Thou Shalt Not Destroy , exhibition catalogue, Jewish Museum of Australia
Robert Nelson, “Visions of Ecological destruction”, The Age, May 28 th, p. 16, Melbourne,
Kirrily Hammond and Penny Teale, Premotions, Monash University collection 1961-2007, exhibition catalogue, Mc Clelland Gallery, Victoria
2007 Judith Collins, Sculpture Today, Phaidon, pp. 414, 428, 429, London
Stephan Klima, Barbara Montefalcone, Global Books, Le livres de’artistes de Gervais Jassaud, Ville de Reims, France , pp.57,102-103
Annemarie Lopez, the(sydney)magazine, Sydney Morning Herald, 26 October 2007, p.124
Jazmina Cininas, ‘Demeter’s Garden’, Eyeline, no. 64, 2007, p. 61 , Brisbane, Australia
Naomi Cass, ‘Down to earth’, Cornucopia, exhibition catalogue, Sherman Galleries
Zara Stanhope, ‘Art’s constant gardener’, Demeter’s Garden, exhibition catalogue, Museum of Art at Heide, Melbourne
Jane O’Neil, Demeter’s Garden, exhibition catalogue, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne
Ashely Crawford , “Art around the galleries”, The Age. A2, Saturday June 23 rd p.22
Derrick Guillet with Rosemary Cameron director Melbourne Writer’s festival–774, ABC radio
2006 Geraldine Barlow and Dr Kyla Mc Farlane, Before the Body-Matter, exhibition catalogue, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2006
Laura Murray Cree (ed) Twenty, Sherman Galleries 1986-2006, Craftsman House, Australia
Adam Geczy, “Collecting, Coating, Covering: Lauren Berkowitz,” Tide cat. Artspace,
Nick Tsoutas, introduction, Lauren Berkowitz, Tide, Artspace, Sydney, 2006
2005 Margaret Marsh, Michelle Watts, Graig Malyon, ‘The documented (land) form.’ pp.146-7, A.R.T.2 Practice, Oxford University Press.
Sally Cauacaud, After Nature, cat. Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, NSW
Richard Kalina, ‘Down Under No More’, Art in America, April 2005, pp. 77–85
2004 Sally Couacaud,  '2003 Echigo-Tsumari Triennial', Art & Australia, vol. 41, no. 4, winter 2004, pp. 535–7
Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennal 2003, exhibition catalogue, 2004, illus., p.167
Patricia Anderson, 'The better angles of our nature', Arts, Australian, 22 April, p.12
Rachel Kent, “Lauren Berkowitz: Environment into Art,” Salt and Sand, catalogue essay, Sherman Galleries, 
Laura Murray Cree, ‘Lauren Berkowitz and James Darling’, Australian Art Review, issue 4, March – June 2004, pp. 104–106
Tazlu Endo, Ikebana Ohara, March, No.640, p.10, Japan
2003 Robert Lindsay, McClelland Survey catalogue, p.6,8,15, Victoria, Australia
Freda Freiberg, ‘On the scented trail of tradition’, Eyeline, no. 51, 2003, p. 50
Zara Stanhope, “Everlasting”, p.4,9, Hothouse catalogue, Melbourne, Australia
2002 Daniel Thomas, “Terra,” p.66, 69, Fieldwork catalogue, National Gallery of Victoria
Rachel Kent, Monash University Collection: Four Decades of Collecting, Monash University Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, 2002, p.110
Laura Murray Cree, Awesome, Australian Art for Contemporary Kids, p.p. 18-19, Craftsman House, Sydney, Australia
Robert Nelson, “The divinity of the dining room food of the gods and other oral traditions,” The Age, August 31st, p.25, Melbourne, Australia
Matt Preston, “Faith in Food”, The Age, Epicure, August 13th, p10, Melbourne, Australia
Naomi Cass, ‘L’chaim: Lauren Berkowitz at the Jewish Museum’, Salt and Honey, catalogue Jewish Museum of Australia, Melbourne,
Julie Copeland, ‘The Maker’, interview on Salt and Honey, ABC Radio National, 8 September 2002, 10.00 am
Rachel Kent, “Art and Environment: Lauren Berkowitz’s “Colour Field”, catalogue essay, Eden and the Apple of Sodom, University of South Australia Art Museum
Jim Moss, “Sotweed and other factors”, Broadsheet, p.21, Vol 31, no 2, Adelaide, Australia
John Neylon, “Wicked”, The Adelaide Review, April, p.25, Adelaide, Australia
2001 Charles Merewether, Lauren Berkowitz, Anxieties of Revelation, Monograph Craftsman House
Jennifer Hardy, The Cultivated Garden, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, Gymea, NSW
Christopher Marshall, Interpreting Art, Macmillian, pp. 236, 237, 244. 245, 270
Juliana Engberg, Low Down, catalogue, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia
Natalie King, Verdant, catalogue essay, Melbourne, Australia
Judith. A. Hoffberg, Women of the Book, p.23, Florida Atlantic University, USA
2000 Natalie King, “Ephemeral Geometries”, Art & Australia, Vol 37, No 4,pp.566-571
The Retrieved Object, catalogue, Linden Arts Centre and Gallery, Melbourne, Aust
Jacqueline Millner, Uncertain Ground, essays between art and nature, illust and review. p168, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1999, Sydney, Australia
The Bridge, Construction in Process VI , Craftsman House, p.39, Australia
Rachel Kent, Monument 34, review of Strata, Feb/March 2000, p.105
1999 Simeon Kronenberg, Strata: between geometry and gesture, catalogue, Mc Clelland Gallery
Daniel Palmer, “The Melbourne Festival Visual Arts Program”, Eyeline, 39, pp 35-37
Natalie King , Psychology of Retrieval:personal & fictional archives, Artlink p.49-51, Vol. 19, No. 1
Bruce James ‘Man of steel vs the gumnut baby’, Spectrum, Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 23 January 1999, p.13
1998 Anna Clabburn, “When Less is much more”, The Age, Wednesday 9th December, p.17
Marie-Louise Hillcoat, “The Hospital Autopsy: Opening up the Aesthetics of the Medical Gaze”, Respond Red or Blue catalogue, Melbourne, Australia
Rachel Kent, The Infinite Space: Women minimalism and the sculptural object
The Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne, catalogue, Melbourne, Australia
Anna Clabburn, Resourceful, catalogue, Ararat Gallery, Victoria
Anna Clabburn, “Resourceful by Necessity”, The Australian Family, Images and Essays, Scribe Publications, Melbourne, Australia
Gareth Sansom, Up the Road, exh. cat. Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne
Rebecca Lancashire, " Up the track and up the road”,The Age, Wed 15th July, p.18, Melbourne
Anna Johnson, “Trash Treasure and Hoarding”, Australian Art Collector, pp 70-72, no. 5, July-Sept
Natalie King, Interview, Spiderbox, exhibition catalogue Canberra Contemporary Art Space, ACT
Bridget Sullivan, Ecologies of Place and Memory, Gallery A, University Gallery Launceston, University of Tasmania, Launceston, Australia
Paul Mc Gillick, “Packaging the Theme”, Art and Australia, Vol .35, No 3, pp.334-335
Adrian Martin, “Immaculate Conceptions”, Australian Art Collector, Issue 3, p.32
Adam Geczy, “Australian Perpecta 1997: Between Art and Nature”, Eyeline, p.40. Qld
1997 Elizabeth Cross, “Drawing on the Ground”: The Space of Paper, Amcor Paper Awards ,p.10
Gillian Fuller,” Wall Red Yellow Blue”, Globe-E, Electronic Journal of Contemporary Australian Art, Issue 6., http://www.artdes.monash.edu.au/globe/issue6/lbtitle.html
Victoria Lynn, “Web Sites”, in Australian Perspecta 1997, Between Art and Nature , Art Gallery of New South Wales, catalogue, Sydney, Australia
Esther Pierini, “Awe inspiring”, Broadsheet ,p.22, Vol 26 No 3, South Australia
Ross Moore, Wall Red Yellow Blue: The Narrative of Minimalism, Artspace, Sydney
Robert Schubert, 1997 Moet & Chandon touring Exhibition, Art/Text , No 58, p.87, Sydney
Rosemary Crumblin, World Without End, St Patricks Catherdral, Melbourne, Australia
Robert Nelson, “An Installation of Authority”, The Age, Wednesday, Melbourne
Anna Johnson, “Arts new Wave”, Good Weekend, The Age, April 26th, p.32-33
Ray Edgar, ‘Mrs Bird’s House’, exh. review, p.92, World Art, No 12, Melbourne, Australia
Anna Clabburn, Moet & Chandon Art Prize, catalog, Melbourne pp, 21, 25
1996 Bruce James, “Galleries”, The Sydney Morning Herald, August 2nd, Arts, p.14, Sydney
Natalie King, “The Building 40 Project”, exh. review, Vol 33, No 4, winter, p.575, Art in Australia
Robert Nelson, “No Logic, No Feeling”, The Age, Saturday 18th May, Saturday Extra p 10
Steven Fenely, “Brave New Space”, Review, ABC Television, Channel 2, May 13th, Melbourne
Jo Holder, “Seven Histories”, exh. review, Vol 33, No 3, pp 431-42, Art in Australia, Sydney
Ross Moore, “A Visceral Architecture”, Monument, Vol 11, pp 94-98, Sydney
Susan Fereday, “Ruins in Reverse”, exhibition catalogue, RMIT Faculty Gallery, Melbourne
Peter Hill, “Welcome to our Nightmare”, The Bulletin, Feb 13th, Australia
Robert Nelson, “Wandering through a Social Metaphor”, The Age, Jan 3 rd, Melbourne
1995 Clare Williamson, The Object of Existence, catalogue essay, ACCA, Melbourne, Australia
Naomi Cass, ‘Home is where the Heart Is’, The Wandering Jew Myth and Metaphor catalogue essay.pp.22, The Jewish Museum of Australia.
Jill Bennett, “Blow Up”, Art / Text, exh. review, & illust .No 52, p.84, Sydney
Clare Williamson, Seven Histories of Australia, (catalogue), ACCA, Melbourne, Aust.
Simeon Kronenberg, Natalie King, Constructed City, (catalogue) Plimsoll Gallery,Uni. of Tasmania
Anna Clabburn, “Contemporary Voices”, Asian Art News, May/June Vol 5, Hong Kong.
Natalie King, Blow Up, (catalogue) Rosyln Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
Anne Wayson and Melissa Banta, Essence and Persuasion, (catalogue), Buffalo , NY, USA
1994 Natalie King, Bag Lady, exhibition catalogue, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Melbourne
Alan & Susan Mc Culloch, The Encyclopedia of Australian Art, Allen & Unwin, Sydney
Melanie Marino, Erptcponise - (perceptions), (catalogue), New York, NY.
1993 Natalie King, Lauren Berkowitz, Stephen Bram, Debra Ostrow, Kathy Temin, (catalogue) Melbourne

GRANTS, AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIP
2011 New Work, Visual Arts & Crafts Board of the Australia Council, Sydney, Australia
2008 New Work, Visual Arts & Crafts Board of the Australia Council, Sydney, Australia
2006 New Work, Visual Arts & Crafts Board of the Australia Council, Sydney, Australia
2004 New Work, Creation, Arts Victoria Project Grant, Melbourne, Australia
2002 Arts Victoria, International Cultural Exchange Grant, Melbourne, Australia
New Work, Presentation Arts Victoria Project Grant, Melbourne, Australia
2001 Project Grant, Visual Arts & Crafts Board of the Australia Council, Sydney
Arts Victoria Project Grant, Melbourne
1998 Besen Foundation Grant, Melbourne
1996-97 Project Grant, Visual Arts/ Craft Board of Australia Council, Sydney
1992-93 Dyason Bequest Traveling Scholarship, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney
1991-92 Marten Bequest Traveling Scholarship, Sydney, Australia.
  Dyason Bequest Traveling Scholarship, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney
1990 Project Grant, Visual Arts & Crafts Board of the Australia Council, Sydney

ARTIST’S PUBLICATIONS AND LIMITED EDITION BOOKS
2007 Graceful, collaboration with poet Fabrice Melquiot, (edition 11), Gervais Jassaud, Collectif Generation, France
1996 Mona Lisa, (edition 20) collaboration poet John Yau, published by Geruais Jassaud, France
1995 Collected Histories (edition 500) published by the City of Stonnington, Melbourne, Australia
1994 Bags, Bottles, Newspapers (edition 300) published by Lauren Berkowitz, Melbourne, Australia
Terza Natura (edition 10) published by Lauren Berkowitz, New York, USA
1993
Recyclable (edition 10) published by Lauren Berkowitz, New York, USA

COLLECTIONS
Arthur and Mata Jaffe Collection, Florida Atlantic University, FL
Albright-Knox Art Gallery Library, Buffalo, NY
Artists’ Book Collection of the Museum of Modern Art Library, NY, NY
Brooklyn Museum of Art Library, New York, NY
Fogg Art Museum, Fine Art Library, Harvard University, US
Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry, Miami, FL
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, John M. Flaxman Library, Chicago, IL
Texas Women’s University, Department of Visual Arts, Texas
University of California Los Angeles Art Library, CA
Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Jewish Museum of Australia, Melbourne
Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne
Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria, Australia
Griffith University Art Collection, QLD, Australia
La Trobe University Collection, Melbourne
Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne
Amcor Paper, Victoria, Australia
Collection of the National Library of the Netherlands (in the Koopman Collection)

VIDEOS
2000
Idyll, produced and directed by Lauren Berkowitz and Lisa Andrew
1998
Rustbelt, produced and directed by Lauren Berkowitz and Lisa Andrew
Endoscope, produced and directed by Lauren Berkowitz and Tara Gilbee
The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, produced and directed by Lauren Berkowitz
Yarn, Lauren Berkowitz, produced and directed by Lauren Berkowitz
1993
Sightseeing Tours, produced and directed by Lauren Berkowitz and Lisa Andrew