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I pay my respects and acknowledgments to all Traditional Custodians on whose land I live, work and travel through, in Australia and overseas.
Current: Frances Barrett: Meatus, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, 2 April - 19 June 2022
Upcoming: VERS: On Pleasures, Embodiment, Kinships, Fugitivity and Re/Organising, 18 June 2022
Read: Tiarney Miekus, ‘Sounding the Body,’ The Saturday Paper, 7 May 2022
Chelsea Hopper, ‘Frances Barrett: Meatus,’ Memo Review, 23 April 2022
Published texts

2022, ‘In conversation with Tarik Ahlip,’ Dream Sequence (Episode 22), Urban Theatre Projects, May 2022
2022, ‘Process - Conversations,’Artlink: Issue 58
2021, Of Panic and Annihilation (Or, of no relation), Interview with Virginia Barratt, Form X Content, Monash University Museum of Art
2021, Do you feel any pain or discomfort? or, EO Gill's CLEAVE, Bundoora Homestead, 7 April 2021 - 26 June 2021
2020, Curator's Talk, forthcoming, accompanying publication to live performance, publication designed by Ella Sutherland
2020, 'Letter to a Butch Daddy Dyke,' Here&Now20: Perfectly Queer, exhibition catalogue, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, University of Western Australia. Edited by Brent Harrison
2019, The Third Ear, accompanying audio catalogue developed by Kate Britton and Hayley Forward to All Ears: A listening party, Campbelltown Arts Centre
2019, 'Justene Williams, She Came Over Singing Like a Drainpipe Shaking Spoon Infused Mixers, 2011,' 100 Works of the Monash University Collection, Monash University Museum of Art
2018, All Ears: A listening party, accompanying catalogue to live performance event, Campbelltown Arts Centre
2018, Into My Arms, accompanying catalogue to exhibition and live performance event, Ace Open
2017, 'Portrait/s of Embittered Swish,' Art and Australia
2016, 'Performance and Art Development Agency: Frances Barrett speaks with Co-Directors Emma Webb and Steve Mayhew,' Broadsheet, 45.1
2015, Haunting, exhibition catalogue essay, Firstdraft, Sydney
2012, Time Capsule, accompanying catalogue to Time Machine: A 12-day festival of experimental time-based art, Serial Space