A book detailing the results of a hunt for Wellington-based artist E. Mervyn Taylor's murals, created between 1956-1964 throughout Aotearoa New Zealand's North Island, Te Ika-a-Māui.
Speech: Open source use in the artsOctober 25, 2016
In 2016, as a member of the judging panel, I presented the award for Open Source Use in the Arts at the 2016 New Zealand Open Source Awards. This is the speech I gave.
Essay: In search of unknown vandalsMarch 01, 2015
A journal article co-written with Thomasin Sleigh, published in The Enjoy Public Art Gallery Occasional Journal "The Dendromaniac".
Creative Writing: MemorandumAugust 13, 2013
A piece of creative writing in response to Glen Hayward's "I don't want you to worry about me, I have met some Beautiful People" at City Gallery Wellington.
Essay: Peace may reignApril 19, 2008
A commissioned essay response to Murray Hewitt's exhibition "Gospel" at Enjoy Public Art Gallery (3-19 Apr 2008).
Essay: The last of the magiciansNovember 03, 2007
A commissioned essay response to Peter Trevelyan's exhibition "Actron and Reactron" at Enjoy Public Art Gallery, 18 Oct-3 Nov 2007.
Essay: Words, and the lack of themJuly 28, 2007
A commissioned essay response to Layla Rudneva-Mackay's exhibition "Your words in my mind become mind. Your words are mine now" at Enjoy Public Art Gallery (11-28 Jul 2007).