Texts

Press

E-Flux ‘TarraWarra Biennial 2021, Slow Moving Waters’, February 5, 2021

UNSW Galleries ‘Keynote: Art & Design in the Age of Ecocide’ by Suzanne Dhaliwal, January 21, 2021

Brisbane Times ‘NGV rises to the challenge with beautiful, thoughtful Triennial exhibition’ By Robert Nelson, December 18, 2020

UQ News ‘Major proppaNOW exhibition opening at UQ Art Museum in 2021’ by  Sonia Uranishi, November 27, 2020

NIT Times ‘Indigenous artists at NGV Triennial to celebrate Country and question colonial legacies’ By Rachael Knowles, October 8, 2020

Vogue ‘Pure imagination: creatives in isolation capture moments from home’ by Alison Veness, May 22, 2020

MUMA News ‘Unsettling Scores’, 2020

ABC ‘Water exhibition in Brisbane proves a wellspring of ideas for positive action against climate change’ by Dee Jefferson, Dec 30, 2019

Art Guide ‘The poetic and material forms of concrete’ by Tiarney Miekus, March 26, 2019

Brisbane News ‘Sacred ground’ by Phil Brown, May 1, 2019

The Canberra Times ‘How a peaceful Aboriginal artist got on with the Australian forces in the Middle East’ by Steve Evans, July 22, 2019

ArtatBerlin ‘EX-EMBASSY | Exhibition and text series | Former Australian Embassy (GDR)’, August 4, 2018

Berlin Art Link ‘Ex-Embassy: The Simultaneity of Stories Thus Far’ by Samuel Staples, August 3 2018

Fine Print ‘Resistance Reviewed’ by Natalie Furnas, February 2018

UN Projects ‘Material Politics (review)’ by Lucy Forsberg, July 4, 2017

Art Asia Pacific ‘Material Politics’ by Henrietta Wilson, June 2017

The Age ‘Defying Empire: 3rd National Indigenous Art Triennial’ By Sasha Grishin, June 7, 2017

ABC Arts, ‘A City Built On Shell Middens’, May 4, 2017

The National ‘Upside down/right way up: Historiography of contemporary ‘Australian’ art’ by Helen Hughes, 2017

Sensible Perth ‘Megan Cope’s Blaktism (review)’by Graham Mathwin, November 2016

Sydney Morning Herald ‘When volcanoes clash: Transcendence tells Australia’s history through Indigenous eyes’ by Andrew Stephens, February 2, 2016

Sydney Morning Herald ‘Frontier Wars between Indigenous people and settlers the focus of Wyndham Art Gallery exhibition’ by Dylan Rainforth, July 7, 2015

ABC ‘WA Indigenous art award winner explores Aboriginal identity and authenticity’ by Chloe Papas, July 6 2015

Sydney Morning Herald ‘WA Indigenous Art Award: Megan Cope’s The Blaktism questions authenticity obsession’ by Dylan Rainforth, July 5, 2015

Sydney Morning Herald ‘Artist Megan Cope takes a fresh look at the question of identity’ by Kylie Northover, April 29, 2014