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Writing by me.


Aitken, A. (2023). Walking lutruwita/Tasmania: Navigating Place Relationships Through Moving and Making. In: Lasczik, A., Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, A., Rousell, D. (eds) Walking as Critical Inquiry. Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research, vol 7. Springer, Cham.

Aitken, A & Ross, J (2020) ‘Creative Country: Making with Country to reveal knowledges and strengthen connections’ Teaching Matters Conference, University of Tasmania, December (2020), [Refereed conference paper]

Aitken, A (2016) ‘Entangled Dialogues: approaches to walking and drawing our contested tracks’, Fusion Journal Issue 10: Land Dialogues: Interdisciplinary research in dialogue with land, [Refereed journal article]

See paper here.

Aitken, A (2016) ‘Entangled Dialogues: approaches to walking and drawing our contested tracks', Land Dialogues Conference, Charles Sturt University, April 13 – 16 (2016), [Refereed conference paper]

Aitken, A (2014) ‘Drawing Contested Ground', AAANZ Conference, GeoCritical, Launceston (December 5-8, 2014) [Non refereed conference paper]

Aitken, A (2014), ‘Behind this Smile', in Gorringe-Smith, K (ed) Imprint Journal, (Volume 50, Number 2), Print Council of Australia, Fitzroy, Melbourne [Non refereed journal article]

See article here.

Aitken, A (2005) ‘Gathering Time’ in Reid, J (ed.) Wet River Dry Lake (Catalogue Essay), Environment Studio, ANU School of Art, Canberra [Non refereed journal article]

Writing about me.

Walking Matters: Antonia Aitken, Rebecca Mayo & Kirstie Rea, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery Civic Centre, NSW, 2650 Australia 19 May—5 August, 2018

See catalogue here.

O’Riordan M, (2014) ‘Heart of the Matter: Antonia Aitken’s Prospect’ in Gorringe-Smith, K (ed) Imprint Magazine, Vol 49, No. 4, Print Council of Australia, Fitzroy, Melbourne. 

First published for Prospect at Craft ACT from 11 April to 17 May 2014.

See essay here. 

'Artist puts conflict between nature and industry in the frame'

By Kerry-Anne Cousins for the Sydney Morning Herald, April 26, 2014

See review here.

O’Riordan M, (2013) ‘Lingua aqua’ in Talking Water (catalogue essay), Craft ACT: Art and Design Centre, Canberra.

See catalogue here:

'Found on my walk: Antonia Aitken's 'honest' print exhibition'
By Sasha Grishin for the Canberra Times, November 29, 2018.

See review here:

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