Life on Earth Exhibition (forthcoming), Metro Arts, World Environment day 5 June – 15 June 2019.
The Poet’s Task Key Note Paper
By Adjunct Associate Professor Warwick Mules, Environmental Humanities, School of Arts and Social Sciences,
Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW.
Keynote address to Geopoetics Symposium, Griffith University, Gold Coast
campus, 26th April, 2019: Paper focusses on two poetic works: the poem
Todtnauberg by Paul Celan, and the artwork Extinction Flock by Emma Lindsay.
The Dean Collection St(Art)Up Grant Winners, Hyperallergic magazine, 15 June 2018.
Artspace Mackay Emma Lindsay Great Barrier Reef | Anthropocene Project room brochure and essay by Julie Skate.
Emma Lindsay & the Great Barrier Reef Anthropocene Project, Cultural Flanerie Blog, 18 Nov 2017.
ABC Radio Brisbane: Interview on the ‘Extinction Flock’, Drive with Emma Griffiths.
This Wild Song: Photograph + Interview Project on Australian Women Artists, by Ilona Nelson.
Art Collector magazine (Issue 74, October-December, 2015), Australia.
Cultural Flanerie: Carrie McCarthy review ‘Found and Lost: the art of Emma Lindsay and Victoria Reichelt’ (Dec 2015).
Brisbane News: Phil Brown review ‘Dead wrong’, Hunter/hunted show, Heiser Gallery.
Bimblebox: art – science – nature: Curating artistic activism from the environmental front-line of Queensland’s Galilee Basin (Beth Jackson at Curating Feminism Conference, Sydney College of the Arts, 23-26 October 2014).
Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize 2014, Catalogue. South Australian Museum.
The Island Review (Online Magazine 25 April, 2014) UK.
Art World Women, (Online, 22 January, 2014) Melbourne.
Sixtoeight.net review ‘Lovesong’, April 2013.
Redlands Westpac Art Prize Catalogue: National Art School Gallery.
antiTHESIS vol 22: Hoax: Melbourne University.
Vanishing Catalogue: Redlands Art Gallery.
Churchie Emerging Art Exhibition Catalogue: Griffith University Art Gallery.
Suburbia Catalogue: Redcliffe Art Gallery.
GAS Exhibition Catalogue : Griffith University Art Gallery.