Chapter: “Leapfrogging the digital divide”, Critical Perspectives on Global/Local Tensions in New Media
Chapter: “Closing the gap on the digital divide”, Human Rights and Information Communication Technologies: Trends and Consequences of Use

PhD Thesis: Cross connections: Online activism, Real world outcomes

Review: Trish Adams – Wave Writer: ISEA2004, Eyeline, Issue 56, Summer

Review: Computers and Art, 2nd Edition, Stephen Mealing (Ed.), Fine Art Forum Vol.18, Issue 2, February 2004

Report: Tactical Tour (Escaping Oblivion), N5M4, Amsterdam, http://www.n5m.org

Report: FEM SND, N5M4, Amsterdam, http://www.n5m.org

Report: The riot porn video booth, N5M4, Amsterdam, http://www.n5m.org

Review of ‘Queue Here’ ‘The problem with waiting…’, Muse Online (February), http://www.muse-arts.com

Interview with BORDERPANIC curators – Zina Kaye and Deborah Kelly, Fine Art Forum Vol. 17, Issue 5-6, May 2003

Article: Cross connections: the aesthetic economy of online social relations. Fine Art Forum Vol. 16, Issue 12,December 2002

Review: Focus: art and social change in Singapore, Issue One, Fine Art Forum Vol. 15, Issue 12, December 2001

Review: William Yang and the North, MESH#11 “Altered States”

Catalogue essay: English Speaking Art

Catalogue essay: Fuzzy Logic Toystore

‘Scalpland’, Heretical (Uni Of Qld. Student Union, 1997) p.31-35

Catalogue essay: ‘Defying the State: Acts of Transgression, Virgins, Violets and Vamps, Exhibition Catalogue,1996

‘A Short Fiction’, Heretical (Uni Of Qld. Student Union, 1996) p. 48-51

‘Promise for Professional Women Artists’, Back Up (WandA, issue 1, 1996) p. 3

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