Liz Ashburn

Selected Writing












































Fiendish Man Woman, catalogue essay for Mills and Morte, Hyde Park Barracks Museum, Sydney.


Pam Sinnott: Memorials from the Kitchen, Ceramics Monthly, March.


Photography in Pink Classrooms, Journal of Art and Design Education, 26.1.


Holbrook, A., St George, J., Graham, A., Lawry, M., & Ashburn, L. (2006). Assessment Practice in Fine Art Higher Degrees. Media International Australia, 118 (Creativity and Practice-led Research), Accepted for publication 26 October 2005. C1. (refereed)


Invisible Realm, catalogue essay for Vivienne Dadour, Cross Art Projects, Sydney.


Entries for Mammen, Laurencin, Fini, de Lempica, Goodsir in Who's Who in Gay and Lesbian History from Antiquity to World War 2 Richard Aldrich and Gary Wotherspoon (eds) Routledge, London.


Corinne, Chicago in Who's Who in Contemporary Gay and Lesbian History from World War 2 to the Present Day Richard Aldrich and Gary Wotherspoon (eds) Routledge, London.


Article, Regent St Gallery, Sydney.

Threads of Humanity, Wollongong Regional Gallery, Wollongong


Shifting Currents, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW.

On the Tiles, Herman Black Gallery, University of Sydney.


“Stirred heart and soul: the visual representation of lesbian sexuality”, Sex in public: Australian sexual cultures, Ed. J. J. Matthews, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, pp.157-169.


Sarajevo, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW



Lesbian Art: An Encounter with Power, Craftsman House, Sydney.

“Rea is for Resistance”, World Art, March 1996, pp. 12-15.

Article Exhibition, Finger Wharf Exhibition Space, Sydney


The New Landscape, solo show, First Draft West, Annandale, Sydney.


Immediate Life, Solo Show, First Draft Gallery, Blackfriars, Sydney.

Death Cycle, Fluxus, solo show, Kelly Street Kolectiv Gallery, Broadway, Sydney.

Enclosure, installation with Anne Mossey Performance Space, Redfern, Sydney.


Death and Enclosure, solo show, First Draft Gallery, Blackfriars, Sydney.


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