Patricia Piccinini

Patricia Piccinini was born in Sierra Leone and lives in Australia. Her work encompasses sculpture, photography, video and drawing and her practice examines the increasingly nebulous boundary between the artificial and the natural as it appears in contemporary culture and ideas. Her surreal drawings, hybrid animals and vehicular creatures question the way that contemporary technology and culture changes our understanding of what it means to be human and wonders at our relationships with – and responsibilities towards – that which we create. While ethics are central, her approach is ambiguous and questioning rather than moralistic and didactic.

“My practice is focused on bodies and relationships; the relationships between people and other creatures, between people and our bodies, between creatures and the environment, between the artificial and the natural. I am particularly interested in the way that the everyday realities of the world around us change these relations. Perhaps because of this, many have looked at my practice in terms of science and technology, however, for me it is just as informed by Surrealism and mythology. My work aims to shift the way that people look at the world around them and question their assumptions about the relationships they have with the world.”
Patricia Piccinini

In 2003 her exhibition We Are Family represented Australia at the 50th Venice Biennale before touring to the Hara Museum, Tokyo (JPN) and the Bendigo Art Gallery, (AUS). Her solo museum survey exhibitions ComCiência at CCBB toured to São Paulo, Brasília, Rio De Janeiro and Belo Horizonte in Brazil and was named the most popular contemporary art exhibition in 2016 by The Art Newspaper. Other solo museum exhibitions include Curious Affection at QAGOMA in Brisbane, En Kaerlig Verden at Arken in Copenhagen, Relativity at the Galway International Art Festival, Hold Me Close To Your Heart at Arter Space For Art, Istanbul, Once Upon a Time, Art Gallery of South Australia, Relativity at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Evolution at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, (tiernas) Criaturas/(tender) Creatures at Artium, Vitoria-Gasteiz (Spain), Hug: Recent Works by Patricia Piccinini at the Frye Museum, Seattle, and Des Moines Art Centre, Des Moines (USA), In Another Life at the Wellington City Gallery, Wellington (NZ), Call of the Wild at MCA, Sydney and Retrospectology at ACCA, Melbourne. Since The Shadows Calling at Detached (Hobart) in 2015, Patricia has installed a number of major exhibitions in non-traditional spaces including Curious Imaginings at the Patricia Hotel in Vancouver and A Miracle Constantly Repeated in the Flinders Street Station Ballroom in Melbourne on 2021. Patricia was also represented in the 2nd Asian Art Biennale (Taipei 2009), Bienal de La Habana (Cuba 2003), Sydney Biennale (Australia 2002), Liverpool Biennale (UK 2002), Berlin Biennale (Germany 2001) and Gwangju Biennale (Korea 2000). Her work has been included in included in The Coming World at Garage MCA, Moscow (Russia 2019), XXII Triennale di Milano, Broken Nature, Milan, (Italy 2019), Melbourne Now at the NGV, Melbourne (Australia 2013), Medicine and Art and Future and the Arts at Mori Art Museum, Tokyo (Japan 2009), Wonderland at KadE Amersfoot (Netherlands, 2009), Global Feminisms at the Brooklyn Museum, New York (USA 2007), Uneasy Nature at the Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro (USA 2006), Becoming Animal at MASS MoCA, North Adams (USA 2005) and Face Up at the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (Germany 2003). In 2013 she was commissioned by the Centenary of Canberra to create The Skywhale, which was joined in 2020 by Skywhalepapa.

Patricia Piccinini received a BFA from the Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne in 1991. In 1994 she initiated The Basement Project Gallery in Melbourne, which she coordinated until 1996. She is represented by Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney. In 2014 she was awarded the Melbourne Art Foundation Visual Arts Award. In 2016 she was awarded a Doctor of Visual and Performing Arts (Honora Causa) from the Victorian College of the Arts and appointed as Enterprise Professor at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne. Her studio and home are on Wurundjeri country in Naarm (Melbourne), Australia.


Curriculum Vitae

Biography

1965
Born Freetown, Sierra Leone
1972
Arrived in Australia
1985-88
Bachelor of Arts (Economic History), Australian National University
1989-91
Bachelor of Arts (Painting), Victorian College of the Arts
1994-96
Coordinator, The Basement Project Gallery
2016
Doctor of Visual and Performing Arts (honoris causa), University of Melbourne
2017-23
Enterprise Professor of Art, Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2024
Fremde Berührung. Eine Reise in eine andere Welt, Kunsthalle Talstraße, Halle, Germany
2023
Encounters of another plot, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Wisconsin, USA
 
HOPE, Tai Kwun, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
 
Metamorphosis, Kunsthal Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands
 
Every Heart Sings (NGA Tour), Tamworth Regional Gallery, Tamworth, Australia
 
Tales From an Expanding World, Yavuz gallery, Singapore, Singapore
2022
A tangled path sustains us, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, USA
 
We Are Connected, Art Science Museum, Singapore, Singapore
 
Every Heart Sings (NGA Tour), Maitland Regional Gallery, Maitland, Australia
 
Every Heart Sings (NGA Tour), Walkway Gallery, Bordertown, Australia
 
Every Heart Sings (NGA Tour), Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide, Australia
 
Every Heart Sings (NGA Tour), Mpavillion, Melbourne, Australia
 
Every Heart Sings (NGA Tour), Hamilton Art Gallery, Dunkeld, Australia
 
Every Heart Sings (NGA Tour), Art Gallery of Ballarat, Ballarat, Australia
 
Every Heart Sings (NGA Tour), Cairns Art Gallery, Cairns, Australia
 
Every Heart Sings (NGA Tour), Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs, Australia
2021
A Miracle Constantly Repeating, Flinders St Station Ballroom, Melbourne, Australia
 
Jestesmy, Centre for Contemporary Art, Torun, Poland
 
Breathblooms and Lighthavens, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
 
The Awakening, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, Australia
 
Every Heart Sings, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
 
Every Heart Sings (NGA Tour), Murray Art Museum, Albury, Australia
 
Patricia Piccinini: Kindred, Cromwell Place, London, England
 
ALPHA60, Hugs, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Bulleen, Australia
 
Patricia Piccinini, Scott Lawrie Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
 
The Instruments of Life, Kai Art Center, Tallinn, Estonia
 
Curious Affection on tour, NorthSite, Bulmba-ja Arts Centre, Cairns, Australia
2020
Between the Shadow and the Soul, Helsinki Taidehalli, Helsinki, Finland
 
The Gardeners Eye, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
 
Curious Affection on tour, Artspace Mackay, Mackay, Australia
 
Omfamna Framtiden, Boras Museum of Art, Boras, Sweden
 
Chromatic Balance, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
2019
Life Clings Closest, Cairns Art Gallery, Cairns, Australia
 
En Kaerlig Verden, Arken Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark
2018
Curious Affection, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
 
Curious Imaginings, Vancouver Biennale at the Patricia Hotel, Vancouver, Canada
 
Patricia Piccinini and Joy Hester: Through Love, TarraWarra Museum of Art, Healesville, Australia
 
The Field (Project), Sydney Contemporary Artfair, Sydney, Australia
 
Patricia Piccinini, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, USA
 
Consciousness, Kibla Portal, Kibla, Slovenia
2017
The Struggle and the Dawn, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
 
No fear unmingled with hope, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
 
ComSciencia, CCBB Rio De Janiero, Rio De Janiero, Brazil
2016
ComSciencia, CCBB Belo Horizonte, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
 
Alone With The Gods, Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide, Australia
 
We feel, conceive or reason, laugh or weep, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, USA
 
ComSciencia, CCBB Brasilia, Brasilia, Brazil
 
Patricia Piccinini: Bodyscape, Yu-Hsiu Museum of Art, Caotun, Taiwan
 
Piccinini at Hosfelt, Artinternational, Istanbul, Turkey
2015
ComSciencia, CCBB Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
 
Another Life, University of Quebec Art Museum, Montreal, Canada
 
Relativity, Galway International Arts Festival Gallery, Galway, Ireland
 
The Shadows Calling, Dark Mofo / Mercury Building, Hobart, Australia
 
And colour is their flesh, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
 
Like Us, Newcastle Art Gallery, Newcastle, Australia
2014
The Touch of Another, Warrnambool Art Gallery, Warrnambool, Australia
 
Skywhale, Splendour in the Grass, Byron Bay, Australia
 
Structures of Support, Canberra Museum and Gallery, Canberra, Australia
2013
I have spread my dreams under your feet, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
 
Kaunas Biennial Unitext, NGO Kaunas Biennial, Kaunas, Lithuania
 
Skywhale, Canberra Centenary, Dark Mofo, Canberra, Hobart, , Australia
 
Those who dream by night, Haunch of Venison, London, UK
2012
There are no strangers, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
 
The Welcome Guest, Conner Contemporary Art, Washington DC, USA
 
Hold Me Close To Your Heart, Arter Space For Art, Istanbul, Turkey
2011
Once Apon a Time, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
 
The Welcome Guest, Conner Contemporary Art, Washington, USA
 
The Fitzroy Series, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Australia
 
Hold Me Close to Your Heart, Arter Space For Art, Istanbul, Turkey
 
Once Apon a Time, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
2010
Beyond Our Kin, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
 
Relativity, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
 
Patricia Piccinini, Leeahn Gallery, Daegu and Seoul, Korea
2009
Unforced Intimacies, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
 
Recent Work, Byblos Art Gallery, Verona, Italy
 
Evolution, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart, Australia
2008
The Wellspring, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
 
Related Individuals, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
 
The Place Where It Actually Happens, Yvon Lambert, New York, USA
 
Piccinini, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville, Australia
2007
(tiernas) Criaturas/(tender) Creatures, Artium, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
 
Hug: Recent Works by Patricia Piccinini, Frye Museum, Seattle, USA
 
Double Love Knot, Lismore Regional Gallery, Lismore, Australia
 
Recent Work, Roger Williams Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
 
Hug: Recent Works by Patricia Piccinini, Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, USA
2006
In Another Life, Wellington City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
 
Recent Drawings, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
 
Life Cycle, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
2005
Unbreaking Eggs, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
 
Nature's Little Helpers, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, USA
2004
Sculpture, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, USA
 
We are Family, toured to Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo, Australia
2003
We are Family, Australian Pavilion, 50th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
 
We are Family, toured to Hara Museum, Tokyo, Japan
 
Precautionary Tales, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
 
Precautionary Tales, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
 
Love Me Love My Lump, Monash Centre and Dryphoto Gallery, Prato, Italy
 
Call of the Wild, toured to John Curtin Gallery, Perth, Australia
2002
Call of the Wild, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
 
Retrospectology, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia
 
Sandman, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
 
Autoerotic, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2001
The Breathing Room, The Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan
 
Superevolution, Centro de Artes Visuales, Lima, Peru
 
One Night Love, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
2000
Swell, Artspace, Sydney, Australia
 
Desert Riders, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
1999
Protein Lattice, Republic Tower billboard, Melbourne, Australia
 
Truck Babies, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
 
Plasticology, NTT InterCommunication Centre, Tokyo, Japan
1998
Sheen, Adelaide Festival, Adelaide, Australia
 
Car Nuggets, Arts Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
1997
Psycho, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
1996
Natural Beauty, The Basement Project, Melbourne, Australia
 
Your Time Starts Now..., Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
 
Your Time Starts Now..., Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
1995
Love Me Love My Lump, The Basement Project, Melbourne, Australia
 
TerrUrbanism, toured to The Australia Centre, Manila, Philippines
1994
TerrUrbanism, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Australia
 
T.M.G.P., The Basement Project, Melbourne, Australia
 
Indivisibles, The Basement Project, Melbourne, Australia

Selected Group Exhibitions

2024
The Land is Us, Shepparton Art Museum, Shepparton, Australia
 
Suppose You Are Not, Arter, Istanbul, Turkey
2023
Supernatural: Sculptural Visions of the Body, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
 
52 Actions, Wangaratta Art Gallery, Wangaratta, Australia
2022
Hyperrealisme, Musee Maillol, Paris, France
 
You Know Who, Adbulmecid Efendi Mansion, Istanbul, Turkey
 
52 Actions, Penrith Regional Gallery, Sydney, Australia
 
Synthetic Ecology, CAFA Art Museum, Beijing, China
 
New Australian Printmaking, The Ian potter Centre:NGV, Melbourne, Australia
 
The Hilger Collection, City Art Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia
2021
Where We Are, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, USA
 
Patricia Piccinini at Yavuz, West Bund Art and Design, Shanghai, China
 
The McClelland Collection: 50 Years, McClelland Gallery, Langwarren, Australia
 
Future U, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
Connecting the World through Sculpture, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia
 
Reshaped Reality, Osthaus Museum, Hagen, Germany
2020
Supernatural, Kunsthalle Tubingen, Tubingen, Germany
 
Moving Energies:10 Years me, me Collectors Room, Berlin, Germany
 
Hyper Realism Sculpture, Parc de la Boverie, Liège, Belgium
2019
Australia. Antipodean Stories, PAC Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea, Milano, Italy
 
Future and the Arts, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
 
Cars: Accelerating the Modern World, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
 
Encounters: Honoring the Animal in Ourselves, Palo Alto Art Center, Palo Alto, CA, USA
 
Licht Luft Scheisse, Botanical Museum, Berlin, Germany
 
The Coming World, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
 
The XXII Triennale di Milano, Broken Nature, Palazzo dell Arte, Milan, Italy
 
Apocalyptic Horse, Heide III: Albert & Barbara Tucker Gallery, Bulleen, Australia
 
Enter, Housemuseum Galleries, Kew, Australia
 
Projects, Seattle Art Fair, Seattle, USA
 
Perfection, Science Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
 
The Gifts of Tony Podesta, Katzen Art Center, Washinton DC, USA
 
Reshaped Reality, Chiang Kai-sheck Memorial Hall, Taipei, Taiwan
 
Auto-didactic: The Juxtapoz School, Petersen Automotive Museum, Los Angeles, USA
 
Obsession: Devil in the Detail, Mornington Peninsula Regional Art Gallery, Mornington, Australia
2018
The Public Body, Artspace, Woolloomooloo, Australia
 
Perfection, The Science Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
This Wild Song, Town Hall Gallery, Hawthorn, Melbourne, Australia
 
Mirror Mirror, Paul Robeson Galleries, Newark, NJ, USA
 
The Exodus of Ordinary, Vivian Gallery, Warkworth, New Zealand
 
Frankensteins Birthday Party, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, USA
 
Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Divided Worlds, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
 
Let's Play, Bunjil Art Gallery, Narre Warren, Australia
 
Hyper Real, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
2017
All the Better to See you with, Fairy Tales Transformed, Ian Potter Gallery, Universty of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia
 
Pulsanti, Abdulmecid Mansion / Arter, Istanbul, Turkey
 
At 50, Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
 
Gys! Er den levende?, Arken Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen, Denmark
 
Momentum 9 Bienale 'Alienation', PunktO Galleri 15, Moss, Norway
 
Revival, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, USA
 
Beyond Belief: the Sublime in Contemporary Art, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst, Australia
 
Mad Love, Arndt Art Agency, Berlin, Germany
 
The Universe and Art, ArtScience Museum, Singapore
 
The Universe and Art, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
 
On the Origin of Art, MONA (Musuem of Old and New Art), Hobart, Australia
2016
New Romance  Art and the posthuman, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
 
Soft Core, Casual Powerhouse Arts Centre, Lake Macquarie City Gallery, Hawkesbury Regional Gallery, Bathurst Regional Gallery, Cowra Regional Gallery, Shoalhaven Arts Centre, Shepparton Art museum, Ararat Regional Art Gallery, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Sydney, Lake Macquarie, Hawkesbury, Bathurst, Cowra, Nowra, Shepparton, Ararat, Wagga Wagga, Australia
 
Speed, Murray Art Museum, Albury, Australia
 
The New Romance, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, South Korea
 
Cornucopia, Shepparton Art Museum, Shepparton, Australia
 
Weird and Wonderful, Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany
 
Australian Exotica, Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne, Australia
 
Super Natural, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, USA
 
Materia Prima, LABoral Centro De Arte, Gijon, Spain
2015
The Post-Photographic Condition, Le Mois De La Photo a Montreal, Montreal, Canada
 
Demonstrable, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
 
Beautiful Beast, The New York Academy of Art, New York, USA
 
Queensize  Female Artists from the Olbricht Collection, me Collectors Room, Berlin, Germany
 
Dark Heart, Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, Adelaide, Australia
 
Menagerie, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia
2014
In the Flesh: Experiencing the New Real, National Portrait Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
 
PULSE: Reflections on the body, Canberra Museum and Gallery, Canberra, Australia
 
The Gathering II, Wangeratta Art Gallery, Wangaratta, Australia
 
In the Flesh: Experiencing the new real, National Portrait Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
 
Remain in Light: Photography from the MCA collection touring exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Art, Ipswich Reg Gallery, Western Plains Culture Centre, Maitland Reg Gallery, Bendigo Art Gallery, Artspace Mackay, Hawkesbury Reg gallery, Sydney, Ipswich, Dubbo, Maitland, Bendigo, Mackay,Windsor, Australia
 
Swell, Screen Space, Melbourne, Australia
 
Melbourne Now, NGV, Melbourne, Australia
 
Post-humanist Desire: Sexuality and Digitality in Contemporary Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, Taiwan
2013
Nature of the Beast, The New Art Gallery, Walsall, England
 
How to tell the future from the past, Haunch of Venison, New York, USA
 
The Future's Not What It Used To Be, Newlyn Art Gallery and The Exchange, Newlyn, England
 
The Wandering: Moving Images from the MCA Collection, Cairns Regional Gallery, Cairns, Australia
 
Project Genesis, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria
 
Call of the Wild, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, USA
 
Vrrooom, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville, Australia
 
Under My Skin: Contemporary Australian Photography from the Corrigan Collection, Rockhampton Regional Gallery, Rockhampton, Australia
 
Seven Sisters, Karen Jenkins-Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, USA
 
Fairy Tales, Monsters, and the Genetic Imagination, The Frist Center for the Visual Arts,Glenbow Art Museum, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Nashville, Tennesse, Calgary, Manitoba, USA, Canada
 
The Observer, Haunch of Venison, London, UK
2012
Louise Bourgeois, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, Australia
 
Blue: Matter, Mood, and Melancholy, 21c Museum Hotel, Louisville, USA
 
Confounding: Contemporary Photography, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
 
Nature vs Nurture, FaMa Gallery, Verona, Italy
 
Animal/Human, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia
 
Concepts of Life in Contemporary Sculpture, Georg Kolb Museum, Berlin, Germany
 
Cycle in Cinema, University of NSW, College of Fine Arts, Sydney, Australia
 
The Freeze, Maroondah Art Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
Controversy: the power of art, Mornington Peninsula Regional Art Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
Chromogenic, 2012, Media House Gallery, The Age building, Melbourne, Australia
 
Inspiring Art> recipients of the Pat Corrigan Artists Grant, Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Maitland, Australia
 
2112: Imagining the Future, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
Power of Making, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK
2011
Boundaries Obscured, Haunch of Venison, New York, USA
 
The Power of Making, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK
2010
Our Origins, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, USA
2009
The Earth is Blue like an Orange, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Canada
 
Medicine and Art, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
 
2nd Asian Art Biennale, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan
 
Wonderland: through the Looking Glass, KadE Kunsthal, Amersfoot, The Netherlands
 
Tier-Werden, Mensch-Werden, NGBK, Berlin, Germany
 
Niet Normaal: Difference on Display,, Beurs Van Berlage,, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2008
Colliding Worlds, Samstag Museum, Adelaide, Australia
 
Contemporary Australia: Optimisim, GOMA Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
 
Neo-Goth: Back In Black, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia
 
The Stranger, Yvon Lambert, New York, USA
 
Gallery Artists, Conner Contemporary Art, Washington DC, USA
 
Figuring Landscapes, ArtSway, and then travelling UK and Australia until 2010, Hampshire, UK
 
Life (Death Thereafter), Silvershot, Melbourne, Australia
 
The Land of Retinal Delights, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, USA
 
Bloodline: The Evolution of Form, McClain Gallery, Houston, USA
 
New Millenium, Lismore Regional Gallery, Lismore, Australia
2007
FX in Contemporary Photography, McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park, Melbourne, Australia
 
Global Feminisms, Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA
 
Switcher Sex: Video Works from the Teutloff Collection, Slought Foundation, Philadelphia, USA
 
Diagnose [Kunst]: Contemporary art reflecting medicine, Museum im Kulturspeicher, Wurzberg, Germany
 
Diagnose [Kunst]: Contemporary art reflecting medicine, Kunstmuseum Ahlen, Ahlen, Germany
 
Down Under: The Hague sculpture 07, Haags Historisch Museum, The Hague, The Netherlands
 
MCA Collection: New Acquisitions, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
2006
Artist Makes Video: Art Rage Survey 1994-1998, Queensland College of Art, Brisbane, Australia
 
Redefined, Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington DC, USA
 
Uneasy Nature, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, USA
 
Long Live Sculpture, The Open Air Museum for Sculpture Middelheim, Antwerp, Belgium
 
Prism, Bridgestone Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan
 
Black & Blue, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, USA
 
High Tide, Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland
 
Out of Line: Drawings from the Collection of Sherry and Joel Mallin, Herbert F Johnson Museum of Art Cornell University, Ithaca, USA
 
High Tide, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
 
The Idea of the Animal, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
New to the modern: Heide's Collection 25 years on, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, Australia
 
Strange Cargo, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, travelling exhibition until March 2008, Newcastle, Australia
 
Supercharged, Institute of Modern Art, travelling exhibition until June 2008, Brisbane, Australia
 
2006:Contemporary Commonwealth, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Australia
 
Epic, Lismore Regional Gallery, Lismore, Australia
2005
Home Goal: Diversity in Contemporary Art from the Collection of Dr. Dick Quan, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst, Australia
 
Becoming Animal, MASS MoCA, North Adams, USA
 
Detox, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway
 
Figure It Out, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, USA
 
I thought I knew but I was wrong, Ssamzie Space, Seoul, South Korea
 
Almost, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, USA
 
Living Apart Together, Odapark Venray, Venray, The Netherlands
2004
Extra-Aesthetic: 25 Views of the Monash University Collection, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia
 
Rheinschau Art Cologne Projects, Art Cologne, Cologne, Germany
 
Andererseits: die phantastik, Landesmuseum, Linz, Austria
 
We Are the World, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, USA
 
Brides of Frankenstein, San Jose Museum of Art, San Hose, USA
 
Auto Fetish: The Mechanics of Desire, Newcastle Region Gallery, Newcastle, Australia
 
Bloom: Mutation, Toxicity and the Sublime, Govette Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand
 
I thought I knew but I was Wrong, Jamjuree Art Gallery, Pathumwan, Bangkok, Thailand
 
Adelaide Biennale of Australian Art, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
 
Repercussions, Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide, Australia
 
The Plot Thickens, Heidi Museum of Modern Art, Bulleen, Victoria
2003
Written with Darkness: Selected photographs from the Corrigan Collection, University of Technology Gallery, Sydney, Australia
 
Face Up, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany
 
Bienal de La Habana, Havana, Havana, Cuba
 
Second Sight, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
2002
see, here, now, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia
 
Liverpool Biennale: International 2002, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, England
 
(The world may be) fantastic: 2002 Biennale of Sydney, Object Gallery, Sydney, Australia
 
Tech / No / Zone, Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, Taiwan
 
Melodrama: Lo Excesivo en la Imaginación Posmoderna, Artium, Centro Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporáneo, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
 
Modified Terrain, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
 
conVerge; where art and science meet, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
 
Heterosis: Digital Art from Australia, Conde Duque, Madrid, Spain
2001
For Real, Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, United States
 
2nd Berlin biennale, Postfuhramt (Old Postal Services Building), Berlin, Germany
 
hybridforms: Australian new media art, Netherlands Media Art Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
 
Melbourne Festival, The Australia Projects, Melbourne Zoo and RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
Seeing through Landscape, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, Australia
2000
Desire, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju City Art Museum, Gwangju, Korea
 
Song of the Earth, Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany
 
Passing Time: The Möet & Chandon Exhibition, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
 
Terra Mirabilis: Wonderful Land, Centre for Visual Arts, Cardiff, Wales
 
Zeitgeössische Fotokunst Aus Australien, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany
 
Zeitgeössische Fotokunst Aus Australien, Museum Scholß Hardenberg, Velbert, Germany
 
Zeitgeössische Fotokunst Aus Australien, Kunstsammlungen, Chemnitz, Germany
 
Zeitgeössische Fotokunst Aus Australien, Kulturzentrum der Stadt Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
 
Flow, National Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
 
Bonheurs des Antipodes, Musée de Picardie, Amiens, France
 
Make/Believe, The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, USA
 
Sporting Life, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
 
Plastic Life, Level 2, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
1999
Akihabara TV 2, Akihabara electrical stores, Tokyo, Japan
 
Signs of Life: Melbourne International Biennial, Telstra Exchange Building, Melbourne, Australia
 
A Window Inside Outside, Gwangju City Art Museum, Gwangju, Korea
 
Probe, Australian Embassy, Beijing, China
 
The Liquid Medium:Video Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
 
ARTificial Life, Artspace, Auckland, New Zealand
 
Akihabara TV, Akihabara electrical stores, Tokyo, Japan
 
The Persistence of Pop, Monash University Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
Signature Works, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, Australia
 
Art Life 21, Spiral TV, Spiral/Wacoal Art Centre, Tokyo, Japan
 
Byte Me, Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo, Victoria
1998
Tolarno Galleries at the Moores Building, Perth Festival, Perth, Australia
 
Up the Road: Contemporary Artists out of the VCA, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia
 
Metamorphosis, Mornington Peninsula Regional Art Gallery, Victoria, Australia
1997
Hype: Fashion, Art and Advertising, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
Natural Selection (Australian Perspecta 1997), Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
 
Art=Advertising, Robert Lindsay Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
Lawyers, Guns and Money, Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide, Australia
 
Second Tokyo International Photo Biennale, The Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan
 
Fotofeis, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, Scotland
 
Nothing Natural, Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart, Australia
 
Nothing Natural, Latrobe Regional Gallery, Morewll, Australia
 
Wild Kingdom, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
1996
Techne, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth, Australia
 
Photography is Dead! Long Live Photography!, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
 
Science Fiction/Social Fiction, Galerie Der Stadt Schwaz im Palais Enzenberg, Austria, Australia
 
Perception & Perspective, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
 
Nothing Natural, The Basement Project, Melbourne, Australia
 
Möet & Chandon Touring Exhibition, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
 
Möet & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
 
Möet & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
 
Möet & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
 
Cyber Cultures, Performance Space, Sydney, Australia
 
Alternative Realities tour, Pacific Cultural Centre, Taipei, Taiwan
 
Alternative Realities tour, Tamsui Centre of Arre, Tamsui, Taiwan
 
Alternative Realities tour, Mountain Art Gallary, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
 
Alternative Realities tour, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath Gallery, Bangalore, India
1995
Alternative Realities tour, Government Museum & Art Gallery, Chandigarh, India
 
Alternative Realities, Ian Potter Gallery, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
 
Alternative Realities tour, University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, China
 
Alternative Realities tour, Zhu Qizhan Gallery, Shanghai, China
 
Alternative Realities tour, Wang Fun Art Gallery, Beijing, China
 
Alternative Realities tour, Gallery Artbeam, Seoul, Korea
 
Technothelylogia: Technology for and by Women, Monash University Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
Since the Accident, The Basement Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
Our Parents' Children, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
 
A Gathering of Shades, Temple Studio, Melbourne, Australia
 
Fleshly Worn, ASA Gallery, Aukland, New Zealand
 
Ada's Spawn, New Media Network, Melbourne, Australia
 
Plastiche (Curator), The Basement Project, Melbourne, Australia
1993
Critical Mass, Arts Victoria Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
City Screens, Melbourne International Festival, Melbourne, Australia
1992
Deliquescence, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne, Australia
 
Deliquescence, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra, Australia
 
Deliquescence, First Draft Gallery, Sydney, Australia
 
Deliquescence, First Draft Gallery, Sydney, Australia

Selected Bibliography

2023
Felicity Fenner, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, The First 40 Years, Formist, 2023, pp. 61-63
 
Meredith McKendry, Portrait, National Portrait Gallery, Issue 69, 2023, p 63
 
Rhana Devenport, AGSA 500, Art Gallery of South Australia (Thames & Hudson, 2023, p 84
 
Maria Chiara Antonini, Extra Ordinary Byblos Art Hotel, Byblos Art Hotel Villa Amista, 2023, pp. 39-45
 
Cusson Cheng, Art and Piece, Fromthecaptain Ltd, 2023, pp 195-201
2022
Karina Dias Pires, Artists at Home, Thames & Hudson, 2022, pp. 132-178
 
Nulifer Sasmazer, You Know Who, Vehbi Koc, 2022, pp 74-77
 
Australian Print Workshop - Maggie Finch, New Australian Printmaking - Intimate Lines, NGV, 2022, p 16
2021
Joshua White, Jane Clark, Hamilton Gallery, 60th Anniversary, Hamilton Gallery, 2021, pp 142-147, Back cover
 
Kerry Gardner, A Century of Contemporary art: Australia at the Venice Biennale , Miegunyah Press , 2021, p. 21
 
Nicole Scheyerer, Morgen, Morgen.at, 2021, pp. 25-27
 
Mannika Mishra, Contemporary Lynx Magazine, Contemporary Lynx Ltd, 2021, p. 11
 
Jaklyn Babington, Know My Name, NGA, 2021, pp. 186-189
 
Gitte Tandrup, Learning to Look at Art with Rafael (Danish), Middle Yard Publishing, 2021, Cover, pp.12-15
 
Konrad Marshall, High Flyer - Good Weekend mag, Fairfax press, 2021, pp 166-167
 
Florian Heine, The Art of Illusion, Prestel Verlag, 2020, p 97
2020
Anouska Phizacklea, Natasha Bowness, View Finding, Monash Gallery of Art, 2020, pp 178-187
 
Abigail Crompton, Truth Bomb, Thames & Hudson, 2020, Cover, 245, 246
2021
Anni Doyle Wawrzynczak, How local art made Australias national capital, ANU Press, 2020, pp 48-49, 61, 86-87
2020
Dr. phil. Ann-Katrin Günzel, Kunstforum international, kunstforum.de, 2020, pp 215-217
 
Jon Wood & Julia Kelly / Nato Thompson, Contemporary Sculpture, Cragg Foundation, 2019, pp 136-137
2019
Tokuyama Hirokazu, Kondo Kenichi, Future and the Arts, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2019, pp 178-179
 
Benoit Remiche, Hyper-Realism Sculpture ceci n'est pas un corps, Tempora, 2019, p 146
 
Jon B K Ransu, Hreinn Hryllingur form og formleysur I samtimalist, Prentsmidjan Oddi ehf, 2019, pp 99-116
 
Guillaume Baychelier, No age, please, we're posthuman!, Editions Kime, 2019, p. 320
 
Rebecca Morrill / Louisa Elderton, Great Women Artists, Phaidon Press, 2019, p. 261
 
Paola Antonelli / Ala Tannir, Broken Nature, La Triennale di Milano, 2019, pp. 274-275
 
Yanki Lee, Kana Ohashi, Speculations: Beyond Human Centered Design, Shinano Co, 2019, Central Gallery 9.
 
Corbett Lyon, Fleur Watson, Enter, Housemuseum Galleries, 2019, pp. 120-121
 
Dr Otto Letze, Mr Franklin Hill, Reshaped Reality, Institute fur Kulturaustausch, 2019, Front cover
 
Franco Bolelli, Manuela Mantegazza, Per Tuttii I Per Sempre, Amazon, 2019, pp. 88-99
 
Jeans Jamin, Michel Leiris, Gradhiva, Musee Du Quai Branly, 2019, pp. 7, 81
 
Jean Marie Panazol, TDC (Textes et Documents Pour la Classe), Reseau Canope, 2019
 
Christian Gether, Stine Hoholt, Dea Antonsen, A World of Love, Arken Museum of Modern Art, 2019, pp. 32-33
 
Henry T. Greely, Issues in Science and Technology, National Academy of Sciences& , 2019, pp.88-89
 
Jennifer Sakai & Klaus Ottmann, The Gifts of Tony Podesta, American University Museum, 2019, pp. 69-74
 
Therese Gilligan, MC_AC, Loreto Mandeville, 2018, pp. 122-123
 
Otto Letze, Nicole Fritz, Almost Alive / Kunsthalle Tubingen, Hirmer Verlag, 2018, pp. 86-95
 
Nathan Scolaro, Dumbo Feather / PP makes Tender Art, Berry Liberman, 2018
2018
Sally Claxton, The Art of Feminism, Elephant Book Company Ltd, 2018, p. 54
 
Evelyn Tsitas, My Monster, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, 2018, p 107
 
Liz Rideal, Kathleen Soriano, Madam & Eve, Women Portraying Women, Laurence King Publishing, 2018, pp.15, 82-85
 
Samantha Comte, All the better to see you with, Fairy tales transformed, Ian Potter Museum of Art, 2018
 
Peter McKay, Patricia Piccinini, Curious Affection, Queensland Art Gallery Gallery of Modern Art, 2018, pp. 28, 104-105
 
Anonda Bell, Mirror Mirror, Paul Robeson Galleries, Rutgers Uni, 2018, pp. 52-61
 
Elizabeth Finkel, Cosmos, Cosmos Media, Melbourne, Issue 77, 2018, p. 58
 
Michael Klant / Joseph Walch, GK Kunst 2- Plastick, Skulptur, Objekt, Schroedel Westermann, 2017, pp.8-9, 16,33,54, 140-147
 
Anna Davis, New Romance. Art and the Posthuman, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2017, pp.20-21 50-51 64-67 71-71
 
Abdulmecid Kosku / Omer Koc, Pulsanti aperietur, MAS Matbaacilik San ve Tic A.S., 2017, pp. 38-41
2017
Matthias Arndt / Rachael Vance, MAD, Arndt Art Agency, 2017, pp. 56-65
 
Kon Gouriotis, Artist Profile, Nextmedia, 2017, pp. 78-81
 
Kathryn Wat, Revival, National Museum of Women in the Arts, 2017, p. 90
 
Honor Hager, The Universe and Art, Artscience museum, Singapore, 2017, pp. 34-35
 
Marysa van den Berg, KIJK / Dier Maakt Mens, KIJK Magazine, Netherlands, 42917, p.356
 
Charles Green, Art Forum International, May 2017, Artforum International Magazine, 2017, pp. 30-33
 
Richard Perram, Beyond Belief The sublime in contemporary art, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, 2017, p. 79
 
Silja Leifsdottir, What Remains, Fotogalleriet, Oslo, 2017, p.90-91
 
Otto Letze, GYS! Er den levende?, Arken Museum for Moderne Kunst, 2017, p. 144, 208
 
Bowden, Hannan, D'Aglas, Lindley, D'Angelo, Art-isan, Studio Arts for VCE, Cambridge University Press, 2017, p. 70,79,84-87
 
Adam Geczy, The Artificial Body in Fashion and Art, Bloomsbury Publishing, 2017, pp. 66-71
 
Michael Do, Soft Core, Ligare Book Printers, 2016
 
Barbara Creed, Stray: Human/Animal Ethics in the Anthropocene, Power Publications, 2016, p. 453-461
 
David Walsh, On the Origin of Art, Museum of Old & New Art, 2016, p. 126
2016
Nanjo Fumio, The Universe and Art, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2016, p. 292-293
 
Natasha Bullock, MCA Collections, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, p. 93
 
Malene Breusch Hansen, Researchers Wildest Tools, Bonnier Publications Int, 2016, pp. 43-48
 
Thomas Macho, Das Schwein, Agora 42, 44424, pp. 54-59
 
Jane O'Sullivan, Beyond the Border, Australian Financial Review, 42430, pp. 122-127
 
Joan Fontcuberta, The Post-Photographic Condition, Kerber Photo Art, 2016, pp. 229-236
 
Jeon Hyesook, Post Human, SACK, Seol, Korea, 2015, pp. 140-155
 
Kim Jeongbae, New Romance, MMCA, Korea, 2015
 
Marcello Dantas, Comciencia, Centro Cultural Banco, Brasil, 2015, pp. 52-57
2015
William Myers, BioArt: Altered Realities, Thames & Hudson, 2015, Cover front & back, pp. 51-56
 
Jessica Housand-Weaver, Carbon Culture, Media Solutions USA, Issue 1, Fall 2014, Cover, pp. 4, 128, 136-143
 
Jaqueline Millner, ARTAND Australia, Art & Australia, Issue 52.1 - 2014, p. 196
 
Ron Radford, Collection Highlights, National Gallery of Australia, 2014, pp. 149-166
2014
Andrea Virginas, Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, Sapientia Hungarian Uni of Transylvania Scientific Publishing House, Vol 8, 2014, p. 22
 
Lisbeth Brunnich, Science Illustrated, Denmark, Bonnier Publications, Issue 17, 2014, pp. 8, 17
 
Penelope Grist, Portrait, National Portrait Gallery, Spring/Summer, 2014, pp. 50-51
 
Elizabeth Ann Macgregor OBE, Glenn Barkley, Remain in Light (exhibition catalogue), Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2014, pp.152,153, 161
 
Laura Baigorri Ballarín, Sense and Responsibility: A Bioethical Perspective on Experimental Creation, Hipatia Press, Vol 2, Number 2, 2014
 
Julie R. Sasse, Blurred Boundaries: A History of Hybrid Beings and the Work of Patricia P., University of Arizona Press, 2014, p. 204
 
Mr. Terukazu Suenaga, Ms. Yoko Hayashi, Mr. Motoaki Hori, The Art of the 20th Century and Beyond, Bijutsu Shuppan-sha, Tokyo, July 20th, 2013, p. 49
 
Diana Warnes, Under My Skin (Exhibition Catalogue), Rockhampton Art Gallery, 2013, pp. 8, 46-57
 
Caitlyn Burford, Manor House Quarterly, Manor House Quarterly, USA, Issue 07 , 2013, pp. 66-75
2013
Zoe Forget, Hey (Modern art & pop culture), Ankame Editions, #15, 2013, p. 20
 
Lucy Marczyk, (INSIDE) interior design review, Niche Media Pty Ltd, Sept / Oct 2013
 
Gong Yan, Art World 278 (Safari, the Zoetrope of Monsters), Shangai Central Publishing, 2013
 
Deborah Robinson, The Nature of the Beast (Exhibition Catalogue), The New Art Gallery Walsall, 2012, p. 118-121
 
Jason Smith / Linda Michael, Louise Bourgeois in Australia (Exhibition Catalogue), Heide Museum of Modern Art, 2013, pp. 84, 210-211
 
Antoine de Galbert, Memories of the Future, Collection of Thomas Olbricht (MR8), Fage Edition et La maison rouge, 2012, pp 8-11
 
Ming Turner, Post - Humanist Desire, Museum of Contemp. Art, Taipei, Taipei, 2013, p. 170-171
 
Kelly Gellatly, 101 Contemporary Australian Artists, National Gallery of Victoria, 2012, Cover, pp. 82-85
 
Marc Wellmann, BIOS Concepts of Life in Contemporary Sculpture, George Kolbe Museum, 2012, p. 26-27
2012
Linda Hertzman, Bild I Skolan, Swedish Teachers Union, 40909, p. 26-27
 
Bild I Skolan, En Ingang I Samtidskonsten, Swedish Teachers Union, 40909
 
Scala, Mark W., Fairy Tales, Monsters and the Genetic Imagination (Exhibition Catalogue), Vanderbuilt University Press, Sept, 2012
 
Ewen McDonald, MCA Collection. Volume One, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 40969, p. 50-51
 
RMIT Gallery, Imagining the Future (exhibition catalogue), RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, 40909, p. 14-23
 
Harrington, Zoe, Sculpture and the Enemies, Sculp & Enemies.com.au, Jan-March, 2012, p. 188-189
 
JD Talasek, Rick Welch, Kevin Finneran, Visual Culture and Evolution, an Online Symposium, University of Maryland, USA, 2012
 
McDonald, Helen, Nearly Beloved, Patricia Piccinini, Piper Press, 2011, p. 138
 
Tony Ellwood, Ten Years of Contemporary Art. The James C Sourris AM Collection, Queensland Art Gallery, 2011
2011
Jane Messenger, Once Upon A Time (Exhibition Catalogue), Art Gallery of South Australia, 2011, p. 37
 
Katrina Strickland, Neither Fish nor Fowl, Weekend Australian Fin Review, 2011, pp. 95-118
 
Deborah Bird Rose and Thom van Dooren/ Donna Harraway, Unloved Others, Australian Humanities Review, 2011, p 130
 
Vogue, Art - Pushing the Boundaries, Vogue Australia, 44327, p 72
 
The Melbourne Magazine, Fitzroy Series - CCP, The Age, 40756, p 14
 
Wendy Walker, Disturbing Stories for our Times, The Australian, 40653, pp 88, 91, 93
 
Millner, Jacqueline, Video, an Art, a History, 1965-2010, Centre Pompidou & Singapore Art Museum, 44358, pp. 264-266
2010
Robertson, Jean and McDaniel, Craig, Themes of Contemporary Art: Visual Art after 1980, Oxford University Press, 2010, pp. 379-385
 
Kwang-Suk, Lee, The Art and Cultural Politics of Cyber Avant-gardes, Thomson Publications, 2010
 
Engberg, Juliana, Relativity (exhibition catalogue), Art Gallery of Western Australia, 2010, pp. 210-223
 
Stadeus, Geert, and Snoeck, Patrick, Patricia Piccinini, Snoecks 2010, 2010, pp. 52-53
 
Bodeker, Katja and Hammer, Carmen, Wunderforschung, Nicolai, 2010, pp. 72-77
 
The Revival of Empty Spaces, Patricia Piccinini, Monthly Art Magazine, 44296, p.161
 
Reilly, Maura, Curating Transnational Feminisms, Feminist Studies Magazine, Spring 2010, pp. 142-143
 
Hong, Kyoung-Han, Art in Post, Public Art, 44265, p. 177
 
Hong, Kyoung-Han, Patricia Piccinini (interview), Public Art, 44296, pp. 16-22, 106
2009
Millner, Jacqueline, Conceptual Beauty, Artspace, Sydney, 2009, pp. 62-67
 
Chrudzimska-Uhera, Katarzyna, Niepewna przysztosc Rzezby: Patricia Piccinini, Lamus, 44386, p.38
 
Clark, John, Biennials and the Circulation of Contemporary Asian Art, Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, 2009, pp. 228-229
 
Mori Art Museum, Medicine and Art: Imagining a future for Life and Love, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2009, pp. 8, 140, 142-3, 162-7, 187, 189
 
Grehan, Helena, Performance, Ethics and Spectatorship in a Global Age, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009, pp. 156, 184
 
Ardenne, Paul, Art le Present: La creation plasicienne au tournant du XXI siecle, Editions du Regard, 2009, pp. 116-119
 
Allemand, Lauranne, Denaro, Dolores, and team, Genipulation, Kunsthaus Centre d'art, 2009, pp. 80-83
 
Roos, Robert, Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass, Kunsthall Kade Amersfoort, Netherlands, 2009, pp. 1-3
 
Green, Erica, Colliding Worlds, Samstag Museum, University of Adelaide, 2009, pp. 4, 28
 
Egan, Fiona, Born to be Wild: the Motorcycle in Australia, Penrith Regional Gallery, 2009, pp. 340-345
 
Hackett, Edward, Reflections for Looking Forward, Sciencemag.com, 44205, p. 49
 
Korper Kurz nach der Geburt, Kunst und Unterricht, Kallmeyer, 44386, p. 7
 
Warne-Smith, Drew, Up Next: Patricia Piccinini, The Weekend Australia Magazine, March 14-15, 2009, p.2-3
 
Martain, Tim, Otherworldly Designs, The Mercury Magazine, 39893, p. 56
 
Strickland, Katrina, Tasmania's Modern Take, The Weekend Australian Financial Review, April 9-13, 2009, p. 36, 45
 
Levine, Stacey, Looking Together: Writers on Art, University of Washington Press, 2009, pp.30-31
 
Neylan, John, Motherhood Statement, The Adelaide Review, 44265, p.8
 
Smallenburg, Sandra, Beeldende Kunst, NRC Handelsblad, 39934, p. 116
2008
The Phantasm of International Biennales, Monthly Art Magazine, 44539, pp. 246-247
 
Palmer, Maudie, Encounters with Australian Modern Art, Macmillan Art Publishing, 2009, pp. 256-259
 
Art and Australia, Current: Contemporary Art from Australia and New Zealand, Dott Publishing, 2009, pp. 287-292, 387
 
Haraway, Donna , When Species Meet, University of Minnesota Press, 2008, pp. 188-189
 
Heartney, Eleanor, Art and Today, Phaidon Press, 2008, pp. 148-149
 
Hulsbosch, Marianne, Cambridge Visual Arts: Stage 4, Cambridge University Press, 2008, pp. 24-26
 
Slade, Lisa, The Thrall of the Skull, Neo Goth: Black is Back, 2008, pp. 126-135
 
Koop, Stuart, Beep Crackle: Contemporary art from the middle of nowhere, Institute of Modern Art, Sydney, 2008, pp. 111-112
 
Takamado, Her Highness, the Princess, Transcripts of Lectures, Osaka University of Arts, 2008, pp. 127-129
 
Kudo, Kiki, Post No Future, Kawade Shobo Shinsha Publishers, Japan, 2008, pp. 120-122
 
Braun, Bart, Nieuwe Dieren, Uitgeverji Veen Magazines, 2008, p. 44
 
Zeitz, Lisa, Moped als Madonna: Das geheime Leben der Vespa, Kunstmarkt, 39501, p. 93
 
Foster Gage, Mark, Etiologies of Beauty: Architecture and the New Physics of Appearances, Perspecta 40: Monster, 2008, p. 30
 
Johnson, Ken, Some Shows for Escape, Some for Introspection, The New York Times, 39633, pp. 12-13
 
Beare, Michael & Welfare, Phillippa, Just Imagine, Wollongong City Gallery, 2008, p. 48
 
Cruz, Marcos, Designer Surgeons, Architectural Design, 44508, pp. 149-150
 
Saehrendt, Christian & Kittl, Steen, Sprachfuhrer Deutsch - Kunst, Kunst - Deutsch, Dumont Buchverlag, Koln, 2008, p. 198
 
Suzanne Anker and JD Talasek, Visual Culture and Bioscience, University of Maryland, USA, 2008, pp. 182-185
2007
Queensland Art Gallery, Contemporary Australia: Optimism, Queensland Art Gallery, 2008
 
Fernandez Orgaz, Laura, (Tiernas) Criaturas, Artium, 2007
 
Haraway, Donna , Speculative Fabulations for Technoculture's Generations: Taking Care of Unexpected Country, (Tiernas) Criatures, 2007
 
Alderton, Steven, Patricia Piccinini: Double Love Knot (exhibition catalogue), Lismore Regional Gallery, 2007
 
Hickson, Patricia, Hug or Run?, Hug: Recent Work By Patricia Piccinini, 2007
 
Rosenberg, Randy, Art in Action: Nature, Creativity and Our Collective Future, The Natural World Museum, 2007, pp. 155-165
 
Heartney, Eleanor, Worldwide Women, Art in America, June/July 2007
 
Blas, Susana, Patricia Piccinini: Documentary about the exhibition (Tiernas) Criatures at Artium, Metropolis, Spain, 44476, pp. 360-362
 
Armstrong, Carol, Carol Armstrong on Global Feminisms and WACK!, Artforum International, 00/0606/0707, p. 60-62
 
Were, Virginia, A Matter of Transformation, ArTnews New Zealand, Summer 2007, pp. 202-206
 
Israel, Glenis, Essential Art, Jacaranda, 2007, p.90
 
Wallis, Geoffrey, Eye to i: The Self in Recent Art, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, 2007, pp. 42-45
 
Smith, Royce W., Hug: Recent Work by Patricia Piccinini, Review, 00/0505/0707, p. 26
 
Astrapellou, Marilena, Dear Scooter: Patricia Piccinini's Auto Art, Intersection, Spring 2007, pp. 76-80
 
de Rooij, Marie Jeanne, Down Under: The Hague Sculpture 07 (exhibition catalogue), Veenman Publishers, 2007, Cover, p. 77
 
Artundo, N, Science in Person, El Correo Espanol El Pueblo Vasco, October 4th, 2007, p. 37
 
Crespo, Txema G., Piccinini Bordering the Limits of Nature, El Pais, October 4th, 2007, p. 1, 6,7
 
Lloyd, Tim, The Canvas Economy, The Advertiser Review, Sept.1, 2007, p. 20
 
Macgregor, Elizabeth Ann, MCA Collection: New Acquisitions (exhibition catalogue), Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2007, pp. 148-149
 
Ostbye, Guri Lorentzen, Barn + Kunst = Danning, Gorilo Forlag, Oslo, Norway, 2007, pp. 133-159
 
Toffoletti, Kim, Cyborgs and Barbie Dolls: Feminism, Popular Culture and the Posthuman Body, I.B. Tauris and Co. Ltd, 2007, p. 36
 
Fujinami, Rieko, Nesting in an Ambiguous World, Dart International, Fall 2007, p. 16
2006
Coslovich, Gabriella, NGV Masters private exhibition deal, Metro News and Reviews, 2007
 
Bugden, Emma (ed), Patricia Piccinini: In Another Life (exhibition catalogue), City Gallery Wellington, 2006, pp. 6-9
 
Brennan, Stella, Border Patrol, In Another Life, 2006, pp. 14-15
 
Winship, Ingrid, Genetics in a Genome Era, In Another Life, 2006, p. 13, pp.52-55
 
Weyns, Sara, Long Live Sculpture, Middelheim Museum, Antwerp, 2006, pp 71-77
 
Setsuko, Nakamura, Prism: Contemporary Australian Art, Bridgestone Museum of Art, Ishibashi Foundation, 2006, pp. 42-47
 
Doll, Nancy, Uneasy Nature, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 2006, pp. 79-80, 216
 
Kardasz, Magda and Rees, Simon, High Tide: New Currents in art from Australia and New Zealand, Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, 2006, pp. 106-109
 
Larson, Kay, Beautiful Mutants, Art News, 44233, p. 128
 
Boucher, Brian, Patricia Piccinini at Robert Miller, Art in America, 44233
 
McRae, Vanessa, Supercharged: The Car in Contemporary Culture, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, pp.98-101
 
Green, Charles, 2006: Contemporary Commonwealth, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 44356, pp. 301-305
 
Geczy, Adam and Genocchio, Benjamin, What is Installation? An Anthology of Writings on Australian Installation Art, Power Publications, Sydney, 44356, pp. 14, 110, plate 10
 
Crombie, Isobel, Light Sensitive: Contemporary Australian Photography from the Loti Smorgon Fund, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 44356, p. 85
 
Reena, Jana, Review of Patricia Piccinini: Nature's Little Helpers at Robert Miller Gallery, tema celeste contemporary art, no. 113, Cover, first 10 pages.
 
York, Hong Cing-fong Hsiao, Artist of the Year / Asia Live, Art Taipei, 2006, 2006, p. 6, 8, 13, 52,53
 
Slade, Lisa, Strange Cargo (exhibition catalogue), Newcastle Region Art Gallery, 2006
 
Davies, Suzanne, The Idea of the Animal (exhibition catalogue), RMIT Gallery, 2006, pp. 72-77
 
Tucker, Anne, Endangered Species: Patricia Piccinini and the Human Condition, Juxtapoz, February, p. 75
 
Riley, Jan, Patricia Piccinini, Sculpture Magazine, Vol 25, No 7, September 2006, cover, p.5
 
Smith, Jason, Epic (exhibition catalogue), Lismore Regional Gallery, 2006
 
Perram, Richard, Home Goal (Exhibition catalogue), Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, 2006, p. 233
2005
Lippert-Rasmussen, Kasper & Balling, Gert, Det Menneskelige Eksperiment, Museum Tusculanums Forlag, 2006
 
Miller, Christopher, Patricia Piccinini: Nature's Little Helpers, Robert Miller Gallery, 2005
 
Kent, Rachel, Nature is as Nature Does: Patricia Piccinini's Super-Natural Creations, Nature's Little Helpers, 2005
 
Havilah, Lisa, C'town Bling, Campbelltown Arts Centre, 2005, p. 63
 
Mitzevich, Nick, Newcastle Region Art Gallery: Highlights from the Collection, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, 2005, pp. 50-51
 
Delany, Max, Extra-Aesthetic: 25 Views of the Monash University Collection, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2005
 
Wilson, Beth, Brand X Art, Chronogram, 44321
 
Glueck, Grace, The line between species shifts and a show explores and move, The New York Times, 44434
 
Genocchio, Benjamin, Images of Reality, In Three Dimensions, The New York Times, 44373
 
Glover, Michael, Masters of the dark arts, The Times, 44498
 
Smee, Sebastian, Nature's Little Helpers make tasty omelette, The Australian, pp. 98-101
 
Tofts, Darren, Interzone: Media Arts in Australia, Craftsman House, 2005
 
Welschen, Fred, Living Apart Together (exhibition catalogue), Odapark Venray, 2005, Cover
 
Nowotny, Helga, Unersattliche Neugier: Innovation in einer fragilen Zukunft, Die Deutsche Bibbliothek, 2005
 
Savie, Chris, Untitled article, Adbusters, 2005
2004
Rees, Simon, Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art exhibition catalogue, AGSA, 2004, pp 15-17
 
Patricia Piccinini: We are Family, BT, Vol. 56, no. 845, p 60
 
Bec, Luis, The Demonstrous, Monsters, Ghosts and Aliens: The politics of representation in the digital era, F. Javier Pascual, Madrid, 2004
 
Bourke, Gregory, Bloom: Mutation,Toxicity and the Sublime (exhibition catalogue), Govett Brewster Art Gallery, 2004, P 77
 
Ted Snell, Repercussions, Greenaway Gallery, SA, Artlink, 38200, p. 35
 
Crisp, Lyndall, Freaks of Nature, Financial Review Weekend, 29-30 May 2004, pp. 193-201
 
Israel, Glenis, Senior Artwise 2: Visual Arts 11-12, Jacaranda, 2004, p. 56
 
Eisenmann-Klein, Marita, Reconstruction and updating in plastic surgery in 'UmBauhaus: Updating Modernism', Jovis Verlag, Berlin, 2004
 
Glass, Alexie & Tutton, Sarah, I thought I knew but I was wrong: New video art from Australia (exhibition catalogue), Asialink / ACMI, Melbourne, 2004
 
Gibson, Ross, Written with Darkness (exhibition catalogue), University of Technology, Sydney, pp. 65-69
 
Lovelace, Carey, Flesh & Feminism, Ms., Spring 2004
 
Palmer, Daniel, Medium Without a Memory: Australian Video Art in 'I thought I knew but I was wrong', Asialink / ACMI, Melbourne, 2004, pp. 6-7
 
Piccinini, Patricia, We are Family Lecture, Hara Museum Review, No 64, Spring 2004, pp.6-7
 
Plant, Simon, Art Breaking, Herald Sun Weekend, 38115, pp. 90-91
 
Rhodes, Kate, Patricia Piccinini's Desert Rider (Mountain), Art Bulletin of Victoria, Australia, No 44, 2004, pp 56-7, 64-5, 100, 142
 
Villaca, Nizia, The Multiplication of Bodies in Artistic Communication in 'Metacorpos' (exhibition catalogue), Paco das Artes,Brasil, 2004, pp. 144-151
 
Anderson, Karen, Monstrorum Historia: Biotech and Teriomorphism, Cluster, No. 4, 2004, p. 209
 
Vielhaber, Christiane, Junge Kunst ruckt nach vorn, Das Kunst Magazin, Vol. 11, 2004
2003
Wertheim, Margaret & Christine, Teratology in 'Patricia Piccinini: We Are Family' (Linda Michael, Ed), Australia Council, 2003
 
Smith, Jason, Patricia Piccinini: Sandman (exhibition catalogue), National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 2003, p. 11
 
Antony, Rachael, We Are Family: Art by Patricia Piccinini, The Big Issue, no. 179, 9-24 June 2003, p. 61
 
Block, Andrew, Arts: Bizarre Beasts, Qantas, no. 115, January 2003
 
Boyd, Chris, Visions of a Strange New World, The Weekend Australian Financial Review, p. 22
 
Clifford, Andrew, Attack of the Clones, The Sunday Star Times, New Zealand, 37983, pp. 108-109
 
Crawford, Ashley, Patricia Piccinini in 'see here now, Vizard Foundation Art Collection of the 1990s' (exhibition catalogue), The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2003, pp. 6-7
 
Eccles, Jeremy, For the Love of Her Art, The Canberra Times, 37765, p. 34
 
Fortescue, Elisabeth, Meeting a boy who isn't there, The Daily Telegraph, 18-Aug-2003, pp. 18-23
 
Foster, Alasdair, Interview: Patricia Piccinini, Photofile, no. 68, April 2003, p. 43
 
Glass, Alexie, Patricia Piccinini, res, March-April 2003, pp. 58-61
 
Kinsman, Chloe, Patricia Piccinini (interview), tema celeste contemporary art, no. 98, pp. 180, 340-341
 
Patricia Piccinini in 'Havana Biennale 2003' (exhibition catalogue), Centre for Contemporary Art, Havana, 2003
 
Lynn, Victoria, Patricia Piccinini in 'Face Up: Contemporary Art from Australia' (exhibition catalogue), Kantz, Berlin, Germany, 2003, pp. 227-235
 
McDonald Crowley, Amanda, Creative Encounters: The Art/Science of Collaboration, Sarai Reader, 44230, p. 113
 
Michael, Linda, Patricia Piccinini: Still life with Stem Cells in 'Monash University Collection: Three Decades of Collecting', Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2003
 
Michael, Linda, Love Me Love My Lump: Patricia Piccinini Photographs (exhibition catalogue), Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2003, p.162
 
Smith, Bernard, Patricia Piccinini in 'Two Centuries of Australian Art', Thames and Hudson, Victoria, 2003
 
Carroll, Alison, Sun Gazing: The Australia-Japan Art Exhibitions Touring program 2002-2004, The Asialink Centre, The University of Melbourne, 2004, pp. 108-109
 
McAuliffe, Chris, and Harvey, Sue, see here now: Visard Foundation Art Collection of the 1990s, Thames and Hudson, Victoria, 2003, pp. 14-17
 
Strickland, Katrina, Mother Love, The Weekend Australian, 2-4 May 2003, pp. 89-90
 
Woodcock, Ben, Freak Show, State of the Arts, pp. 62-64.
 
Fitzgerald, Michael, Driving out Demons, Time (Pacific), 01-Jul-2003, Review p. 21
 
Genocchio, Benjamin, Genetically Modified Sculpture, The Australian, 11-12 January 2003, p. 3
 
Genocchio, Benjamin, Piccinini and friends carve out a name in Venice, The Australian, 14-15 June 2003, A3 p. 12
 
Gill, Raymond, Family Values, The Age, 14-Jun-2003, Spectrum pp. 6-7
 
Hill, Peter, The Artist & Her Offspring, The Sydney Morning Herald, 25-26 January 2003, p. 75
 
Hutak, Michael, The Far-out Pavilion, The Bulletin, 25-Jun-2003, p. 43
 
Ingram, Terry, Happy as a pig in Venice: Piccinini parties to celebrate success, The Australian Financial Review, 27-Jun-2003, p. 30
 
Lethbridge, Brett, Beauty Beyond Bizarre, The Courier-Mail, 15-Jun-2003, pp. 34-39
 
Naylor, Stephen, Feeling the heat at the 50th Venice Biennale, Art Monthly Australia, no. 161, July 2003, Arts p. 17
 
Nelson, Robert, Clever Technology, Serious Questions', The Age, 05-Jan-2003, p. 84
 
Rees, Simon, Patricia Piccinini at ACCA, Flash Art, May-June 2003, p. 107
 
Turner, Jonathan, Alien Nation, ARTnews, vol. 102, no. 8, September 2003, p. 26, 28
 
Lindinger, Verlag and Schmid, Uncompromising Mindset, Kunst Jahr 2003, 2003
2002
Kent, Rachel (ed), Call of the Wild: Patricia Piccinini (exhibition catalogue), Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2002
 
Engberg, Juliana, Patricia Piccinini in '(The world may be) fantastic' Ewen McDonald (ed.) (exhibition catalogue), Biennale of Sydney, 2002
 
Rowell, Amanda, Autoerotic (exhibition catalogue), Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 2002
 
Engberg, Juliana, Retrospectology: The World According to Patricia Piccinini (exhibition catalogue), ACCA, Melbourne, 2002
 
Smith, Jason, Sandman: Patricia Piccinini (exhibition catalogue), National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 2002, p. 236
 
Barragan, Paco, Patricia Piccinini in 'El Arte Que Viene (The Art to Come)', Subastas Siglo, Madrid, 2002, p. 13
 
Faulkner, Jane, Patricia in Wonderland, The Age, 28-Nov-2002, pp. 300-304
 
Foster, Alasdair, Patricia Piccinini in 'Blink: 100 photographers 010 curators 010 writers', London: Phaidon Press, 2002, p. 136
 
Greenstein, M. A., Arte o Baño del sol, Lapiz, no. 179/180, 2002, p. 2
 
McLean, Sandra, When Push Becomes Shove, The Courier Mail, 28-Jul-2002, pp. 45-46
 
Michael, Linda, Love Me Love My Lump, The Diplomat, December 2002 - January 2003, p. 42-47
 
Millner, Jacqueline, Love in the Time of Intelligent Machines, Artlink, Vol 21 no 4, 2002, p. 93-94
 
Palmer, Daniel, Patricia Piccinini, Frieze: Contemporary Art and Culture, Issue 65, 2002, pp. 50-52
 
Papastergiadis, Nikos, One Night Love, Object, no. 39, p. 202-203_
 
Piccinini, Patricia, Life in the Media Landscape in 'Prefiguring Cyberculture: An Intellectual History', Power Publications, University of Sydney, 2002
 
Bennet, Oliver, The quality of Mersey: Liverpool Biennale/International 2002, The Observer, UK, 16-Sep-2000, p. 194
 
Green, Charles, Patricia Piccinini, Artforum, 44318, Metro p. 26
 
Hill, Peter, Weird Science, The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 August-5 September 2002
 
Hynes, Victoria, Driven, The Sydney Morning Herald, 24-30 May 2002, p. 2
 
McLean, Sandra, When Push Becomes Shove, The Courier Mail, 28-Jul-2002, pp. 30-32
 
Millner, Jacqueline, Storytelling, Eyeline, no. 49, Spring 2002, p. 47
 
Toffoletti, Kim, Patricia Piccinini; Lumps and Stem Cells, Eyeline, no. 50, Summer 2002/2003
2001
Michael, Linda, One Night Love (exhibition catalogue), Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne, p. 301
 
Hennessey, Peter, Patricia Piccinini: Installations in 'What is Installation? An Anthology of Writings on Australian Installation Art', Power Publications, Sydney, 2001, p. 65
 
Hutak, Michael, Perfect Planet, Professionally Reproduced, Australian Art Collector, Issue 18, October 2001, pp. 200-204
 
McDonald, Helen, Erotic Ambiguities: The Female Nude in Art, Routledge, London, 2001, p. 2
 
Crawford, Ashley, Contemporary Australian Art, An Odd Creature from Down Under, Art and Australia ARCO insert, Vol 37, no. 2, 2001, Extra p. 3
 
Lancashire, Rebecca, Piccinini's Monsters, The Age, 37037, Arts p. 9
 
McCulloch-Uehlin, Susan, Virtual Visions, The Australian, 28-Oct-2001, p. 22
 
Travis, Lara, Vivid Vehicles of Delight for Lovers of One Night, The Age, 28-Oct-2001, Today p. 1
 
Webb, Caroline, Young Collectables, The Age, 37037
2000
Engberg, Juliana, Essay in 'Atmosphere/Autosphere/Biosphere: Works by Patricia Piccinini', Drome, Melbourne, 2000
 
Colless, Edward, Essay in 'Atmosphere/Autosphere/Biosphere: Works by Patricia Piccinini', Drome, Melbourne, 2000
 
Yamagata, Hiroo, Essay in 'Atmosphere/Autosphere/Biosphere: Works by Patricia Piccinini', Drome, Melbourne, 2000, p. 8-11
 
Leggett, Mike, Patricia Piccinini, Photofile, no. 60, August 2000, p. 188-189
 
Miki, Akiko, Very New Art 2000: 100 Artists, BT Art Magazine, vol. 52, no. 782, January 2000, p. 170
 
Millner, Jacqueline, Afterword: Perspective on Perspecta in Martin Thomas (ed.) 'uncertain ground', Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2000, pp. 556-565
 
Pennings, Mark, Enchantment, Technoscience and Desire, Art and Australia, vol. 37, no. 4, 2000, pp. 26-31
 
Murphy, Bernice, Patricia Piccinini in Zeitgeössische Fotokunst Aus Australien, Braus im Wachter Verlag, Heidleberg, Germany, 2000, p. 84
 
Australia's 50 Most Collectable Artists, Australian Art Collector, Issue 11, January 2000, Review p. 18
 
Genocchio, Benjamin, Reality Check via Plastic Bimbo, The Weekend Australian, 06-Aug-2000, p. 74
 
Hoffman, Frank, Report from Kwangju: Monoculture and its Discontents, Art in America, Nov-00, p. 100
 
Hong-Hee, Kim, Kwangju Biennial, Flash Art, Summer 2000, Arts p. 12
 
James, Bruce, I'll have what she's having, The Sydney Morning Herald, 03-Feb-2000, pp. 28-30
 
Scarff, Julian, Probe, Art Asia Pacific, Issue 27, 2000
1999
Engberg, Juliana, Essay in 'Signs of Life: Melbourne International Biennial' (exhibition catalogue), City of Melbourne, 1999, p. 189
 
Hatanaka, Minoru, Plasticology, InterCommunication, no. 29, Summer 1999
 
Stanhope, Zara, The Persistence of Pop (exhibition catalogue), Monash University Gallery, Melbourne, 1999
 
Sun-Hee, Kim, A Window Inside Outside (exhibition catalogue), Gwangju City Art Museum, Korea, 1999, pp. 107-113
 
Williamson, Clare, Digitalis Australis, History of Photography, no. 2, vol. 23, Summer 1999, Arts p. 17
 
Clabburn, Anna, Baby Trucks Dump on Mass Consumption, The Age, 18-Mar-1999, p. 79-80
 
Colless, Edward, Patricia Piccinini, Art + Text, no. 66, October 1999, p. 50
 
Frost, Andrew, Australia' s 50 Most Collectable Artists, Australian Art Collector, no. 7, 1999, IT p. 2
 
Sinclair, Jenny, Oh Baby, It's a Truck! , The Age, 17-Mar-1999, News p. 7
 
Taylor, Kerry, Artist's Infatuation with a Baby Beast, The Age, 16-Mar-1999
1998
Hennessey, Peter, Essay in 'Sacred and Profane' (exhibition catalogue), 1998 Adelaide Festival Visual Arts Program, 1998
 
Sansom, Gareth, The Long and Winding Road in 'Up the Road: Contemporary Artists out of the Victorian College of the Arts', ACCA, Melbourne, 1998, p. 40
 
Geczy, Adam, Australian Perspecta, Eyeline, no. 35, Summer, 1998, pp. 58-61
 
Riley, Vikki, Machine Translations & Other Digital Heresies, Photofile, no. 53, April 1998
1997
Pennings, Mark, Art = Advertising (exhibition catalogue), Robert Lindsay Gallery, Melbourne, 1997, pp. 247-254
 
Hennessey, Peter, Plastic Realist in Blair French (ed.) 'Photo Files: An Australian Photography Reader', Power Institute and ACP, Sydney, 1999, p. 23
 
Burne, Philippa, Up the Garden Path, HQ Magazine, no. 54, Sept 1997, p. 36
 
Johnson, Anna, Young at Art, Good Weekend, 35546, pp. 105-107
 
Uemura, Hisashi, LUMP, Gap Magazine, 35704, p. 17
 
Maloney, Evan, Consuming Art, Art Monthly, no. 99, May 1997, p. 12
 
Rooney, Robert, Arts on Friday: Art=Advertising, The Australian, 15-Mar-1997
1996
Hennessey, Peter and Gregory, Chris, Patricia Piccinini: Your Time Starts Now... (exhibition brochure), Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, 1996, pp. 33-35
 
Schubert, Robert, Patricia Piccinini: Fetal Futures, Art + Text, no. 54, May 1996, pp. 27-28
 
Clabburn, Anna, There's Something in Nothing Natural, Mesh, no. 8/9, Autumn 1996, p.36
 
Cooper, Jackie, Natural Born Artist, The Australian, 02-Dec-1996, p. 100
 
Hill, Peter, Cameras, Lies and Photographic Exhibits, The Bulletin, 18-Sep-1996, p. 7
 
Honeysett, Stuart, Computer Art a Child of Invention, The Australian, 35199, p. 11
 
McFarlane, Robert, Looking to the Future, The Sydney Morning Herald, 29-Aug-1996, p. 33
 
Owen, Kristin and Simon Plant, Bubbly Prospects, Herald Sun, 10-Feb-1996, p. 34
 
Pennings, Mark, Patricia Piccinini: Your Time Starts Now..., Eyeline, Summer 1996, p. 18
 
Rooney, Robert, Melbourne Art, The Australian, 35209, p. 13
 
Rooney, Robert, Möet & Chandon Touring Exhibition, The Australian, 24-Feb-1996, pp. 16-17
 
Stanhope, Zara, Mapping the Code: Artists Conceiving Data-bodies, Mesh, no. 8/9, Autumn 1996
1995
Kent, Rachel, Alternative Realities: Australian Artists Working with Technology (exhibition catalogue), Ian Potter Gallery, University of Melbourne, 1995
 
Latham, Mary Ann, Inside Out: An Interview with Patricia Piccinini, Aedon, Dec-95
 
Stanhope, Zara, Technothelylogia: Technology of and by Women (exhibition catalogue), Monash University Gallery, Melbourne, 1995, p. 21
 
Cookes, Thomas, Multimedia Spawns Art, The Age, 13-Jul-1995, p. 66
 
Gibson, Tom, Patricia Piccinini, Art + Text, no. 50, January 1995, p. 23
 
McKenzie, Robyn, Hi-Tech Art Flows into the Mainstream, The Age, 27-Jul-1995
1994
Hennessey, Peter, Patricia Piccinini: Indivisibles (exhibition brochure), The Basement Project, Melbourne, 1994, pp. 42-43
 
Gregory, Chris, Indivisibles, Eyeline, Spring 1994, p. 47
 
Marsh, Anne, City Theme Rules, Herald Sun, 34471, p. 64
 
Storey, Rohan, The City Screen, Monument, vol. 1 no. 2, 1994, pp. 6-7
 
Teffer, Nicola, Body with Organs, Photofile, no. 42, June 1994, p. 25
1993
Barren, Sonia, Pushing the Limits of Acceptability, The Canberra Times, 18-Feb-1993, pp. 16-20
1991
Hawker, Rosemary, Heretical Gestures at the Birth of Enlightenment, Eyeline, no. 15, 1991, p. 18
 
Jones, Mathew, The Body Dis-corporate: Patricia Piccinini, Agenda, no. 20/21, November 1991, pp. 172-17
 
Thompson, Kerstin, Charles Williams Gallery, Transition, no. 36/37, Summer 1991

Selected Awards

2014
Lifetime Acheivement Award, Melbourne Art Foundation
2006
New York Residency, Australia Council
2002
International Cultural Exchange Program, Arts Victoria
2000
New Media Fellowship, Australia Council
1999
Arts Development grant, Arts Victoria
1998
Tokyo Residency, Australia Council
1997
Project Grant, Australia Council
 
International Cultural Exchange Program, Arts Victoria
1996
Project Grant, Arts Victoria
1991
Christopher James Blyth Memorial Award, Victorian College of the Arts
1990
Theodore Urbach Award, Victorian College of the Arts
1989
Theodore Urbach Award, Victorian College of the Arts

Selected Public Collections

 
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC, USA
 
Thomas Olbricht Collection, Berlin, Germany
 
The Vehbi Koç Foundation, Istanbul, Turkey
 
Weatherspoon Art Museum, North Carolina, USA
 
Pheonix Art Museum, Arizona, USA
 
Middelheim Museum, Antwerp, Belgium
 
21C Museum, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
 
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
 
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
 
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
 
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
 
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
 
Monash University, Victoria, Australia
 
Newcatle Region Art Gallery, New South Wales, Australia
 
The University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
 
Griffith University, Queensland, Australia
 
Waverley City Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
 
Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria, Australia
 
Parliament House, Canberra, Australia
 
Artbank, Australia
 
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