Lonie, B. & Tweedie, G. (2012) The Performance has the Last Word. Dialogue with Gemma Tweedie. We are optimistic (editors) Let's Roar Loudly, Conversations about art and feminism, Dunedin, WAO Publishing, 2012, 10-14 www.letsroarloudly.blogspot.com
Lonie, B. (2012) Occupied Time. Qubit, a Weekend of Contemporary Performance Art,Dunedin, Ante-room Publishing, 2012, 2 pages, np
Lonie, B. (2012) Agency, Autonomy and Aura, AAA and OOO. Scope, Contemporary Research Topics,(AAA),Dunedin, Otago Polytechnic, 2012, 13-17, www.thescopes.org
Lonie, B. (2011) Enabling Relevance and Criticality in Transdisciplinary Practices in the Visual Arts. The International Journal of the Arts, Volume 5, No. 6, 2011 ISSN 1833-1866, htttp://www.arts-journal.com, double-blind peer-reviewed.
Lonie, B. (2011) Introductory text. Catalogue text for Neil Emmerson, (I Must Confess...)II. William Mora Galleries, Richmond, Victoria, Australia, 2011. This introductory essay engages with Emmerson's deliberately provocative association between gay imagery and the Abu Ghraib photographs, citing Boris Groys's argument that the potency of the 9/11 attacks was in part due to their protagonists' understanding of the power of the media in an analysis of the Abu Ghraib images' representations of a conflicted western sexuality.
Lonie, Bridie (2011) Editorial: Peace, Responsibility and the Other. Junctures, The Journal for Thematic Dialogue 14; Peace, 2011, pp 7-11. The editorial introduces the articles in the issue through a discussion of the notion that peace can best be understood as a process, an active dialogue that is never at rest nor conclusive.
Lonie, B. (2011) Balanced Politics, The Art of Simon Kaan. Art New Zealand ISBN 0110-1102 Number 136, Summer 2010-11, pp 40-43. In this article, I show how Simon Kaan's use of studio methodologies drawn from both his Kai Tahu and Chinese heritage engenders both a blending of cultural values and studio methodologies and a deliberate adjacency as he seeks to provide, both politically and spiritually, a negotiation.
Lonie, B. & Ballard, S. (2010) Telling minor histories and writing theory practices: a conversation on feminist pedagogy. n.paradoxa, international feminist art journal, ISSN 141-0434, Volume 26, 2010, pp 30-37
Lonie, B. (2010) Re-fibra: Contemporary Textile Art; A Dialogue between New Zealand and Sweden. The Costume and Textile Association of New Zealand, ISSN 1176-3132, Context, dress/fashion/textiles, Issue 20; May 2010, pp 39-40. The article reviews an exhibition of textile works derived from Sweden and New Zealand as a project to consider parallels between the textile arts of the two countries. Parallel activites and interests in narrative occur, and the engagement reflects continuing concerns with the retention of textiles as a discipline in art schools.
Lonie, B. (2010) Representation, Use and Participation; Three Ways of Looking at Art/Science. Junctures, the journal of thematic dialogue, 13, December, 23-32.
Lonie, B. (2010) Review of the HotHouse Symposium, the Launch of the National Institute for Experimental Arts (NIEA), Utzon Room, Opera house, Sydney, Australia.
Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia, July 20-21 2010. Junctures: The Journal for Thematic Dialogue, 13, December, pp 95-97. The National Institute of Experimental Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney, opened with this symposium which sought to align the Institute's work with the ongoing development of the Sydney City Council's sustainability focus for the future. International artists and designers presented new models and challenges.
Lonie, B. (2009) Representation, participation and deployment; uses of scientific thought in the visual arts. Illustrating the Unseeable: Reconnecting Art and Science Symposium, Otago Polytechnic School of Art, Dunedin.This presentation of images from the histories of art considered ways in which artists had engaged with and reflected the developing concerns of science. The presentation was developed later into the journal article NRO2 .
Bridie, L. & Lange, S. (2009) Curricula in Crisis. ANZAAE 2009 Conference, Dunedin, April. A dialogue between Design and Art about the value of specific discipline histories and methodologies. A presentation of Bruno Latour's argument for a convocation between the human and the non-human was used as an argument for the retention of material-based practices and their attendant methodologies and associated values.
Lonie, B. (2009) Narrowing the Gap. Te Puna o Waiwhetu, Christchurch Art Gallery ISSN 1176-0540 B.152, Autumn, March-May 2009, pp 32-35. A discussion of the ways that Joanna Margaret Paul's artwork bridged the gaps between the values that she saw in both the transcendent and the material worlds through her use of an open composition, whiteness, voids and the specificities of human activities.
Lonie, B. (2007) Are we there yet? Exhibition response, Scope Contemporary Research Topics, Art. 2, 2007, pp 20 - 21, peer-reviewed.
Lonie, B. (2006) The use-value of "nature": projection and estrangement or dialogue and mediation? South African Journal of Art History, ISSN 0258-3542 Vol 21, Number 2.
Lonie, B., & Saad, Q. (2006) Cartoons: Images and Controversy. Scope: Contemporary Research Topics, Art: 1, November, pp 131-140, peer-reviewed. The article was written in collaboration with Qassim Saad as a Muslim/non-Muslim discussion of the controversy over the Copenhagen cartoons.
Lonie, B. (2006) Review: The Short History of Myth; The Penelopiad: The Myth of Penelope and Odysseus and The Weight. Junctures: The Journal for Thematic Dialogue, 7: Play, December, pp 125-127. The review considers the significance of myth through the short rewritten myths of the reviewed texts and the continued relevance of Roland Barthes' "Myth Today".
Lonie, B. (2006) (Review) Good Looking: Review of Justin Paton, How to Look at a Painting. Landfall,ISSN 00-23-7930. Issue 212, November, pp 161-164. The review recognises the strength of Paton's newly emerged and subsequently enormously successful book, but does argue that he takes an unnecessarily anti-theory approach at times.
Lonie, B. (2006) (Review) Francois Cusset, French Theory: Foucault, Derrida & Cie et les mutations de la vie intellectuelle aux Etats -Unis. Junctures, The Journal for Thematic Dialogue, Vol 6, June, pp 121-122. Cusset argues convincingly that the discourse theorised by those other than the French as 'French Theory' acted in part to destabilise the agency of the student activist movements of the 1960s and 1970s and is paralleled by the develeopment of critical theory in the United States.
Lonie, B (2005) Things We Lost in the Fire New Zealand Listener VOl 198, No 3386 April 2-8 p. 48
Lonie, B (2005) The Island of Dr Braithwaite New Zealand Listener Vol 198 No 3389 April 23-29 p.48
Lonie, B (2005) A Sheep's Carcase Covered in Glass Roses New Zealand Listener Vol 198 No. 3394 May 28 - June 3 p. 52
Lonie, B (2005) Fish of the Day New Zealand Listener Vol 199 No. 3402 Jul 23-29 p. 46
Lonie, B (2005) Can You Feel It? New Zealand Listener Vol 200 No. 3406 Aug 20 - 26 p. 41
Lonie, B (2005) Time Flowing Backwards Vol 200 No. 3410 Sep 17-23 p. 46
Lonie, B (2005) Sideways New Zealand Listener Vol 200 No. 3414 Oct 15 -21 p. 44
Lonie, B (2005) The Man Machine New Zealand Listener Vol 201, 3418 Nov 12 -18 p. 54
Lonie, Bridie (2005) To the Centre of the City, where all Roads Meet New Zealand Listener Vol 197 No. 3378 Feb 5-11 2005 p.48
Lonie, Bridie (2005) Skin Job New Zealand Listener Vol 197 No. 3382 March 5-11 p.46
Lonie, Bridie (2005) Things we Lost in the Fire New Zealand Listener Vol 198 No. 3386 April 2-8 2005 p. 48
Lonie, B (2005) To the Centre of the City, Where all Roads Meet New Zealand Listener Vol 197 No. 3378 Feb 5-11
Lonie, B (2005) Skin Job New Zealand Listener Vol 197 No 3382 March 5-11 2005 46
Lonie, B (2005) Book Review: Mike Crang and Nigel Thrift(eds), Thinking Space:Critical Geographies
(London and New York: Routledge, 2000) Junctures: The Journal of Thematic Dialogue ISBN 1-877139-65-3 05, December 70 - 72
Lonie, Bridie (2005) Touching the Unthinkable: An Artist's Guide to Breast Cancer Art Magazine Press Limited Art New Zealand Number 116/Spring 2005 85-87
Lonie, Bridie (2005) Balancing Act, The Dialectic of Radical and Conservative in Ceramics Today Lopdell House Gallery ISBN 0-9582074-8-8 October 2005 4-5
Lonie, Bridie (2005) Book Review: "Marriage a la Mode"; a review of Barbara Shepard's "Between the lives, partners in Art", Auckland University Press, Auckland, 2005 Landfall 1- 877276 89 8 Vol 210, Spring 2005 179-184
Lonie, Bridie (2005) Bookk Review, "New Philosophy for New Media" Junctures, The Journal for Thematic Dialogue ISSN:1-877139-65-3 3: body #2, December 2004 79-80
Lonie, B. (2004) Joanna Paul, a view from here. Beauty, even, a tribute to Joanna Paul, 1945-2003, City Art Gallery, Wellington. 25-27
Lonie, B. (2004) Global or Local: The Melbourne Art Fair. Art New Zealand, Vol 113, Summer 2004-5 50-53
Lonie, B. (2004) Child's Play: Judy Millar's I is she, as you to me. Art New Zealand. Number 110/Autumn 2004. 57-60
Lonie, B. (2004) Book Review "New Philosophy for New Media". Junctures, The Journal for Thematic Dialogue. ISSN:1-877139-65-3 3: body #2, December 2004. 79-80
Lonie, B. (2004) Global or Local? The Melbourne Art Fair. Art New Zealand, Number 113 Summer 2004-5. 50-53
Lonie, B. (2004) the status of video anxiety. The New Zealand Listener July 3-9 Vol 194 No 3347.
Lonie, B. (2004) Like watching ships pass in the night. New Zealand Listener July 31-August 6 2004 Vol 194 No 3351.
Lonie, B. (2004) Kick your shoes off, do not fear. The New zealand Listener August 28-September 3 2004 Vol 195 No 3355. Auckland
Lonie, B. (2004) Phil of the Antarctic. The New zealand Listener, September 25-October 1 Vol 195 No 3359.
Lonie, B. (2004) The Generation Game. The New zealand Listener, Nov 20-26, 2004, Vol 196 No 3367.
Lonie, Bridie (2004) Monthly column on Dunedin exhibitions throughout 2004 and 2005 The New Zealand Listener March 2004 to Dec 2005, Vols 193- 19, ISSN 0110-5787
c. 13,000 words in total
Lonie, Bridie (2004) All right if you're a fish The New Zealand Listener. April 10-16 Vol 193 No 3335 Auckland
Lonie, Bridie (2004) The heart remains a child The New Zealand Listener May 8-14 Vol 193 No 3339 Auckland
Lonie, B. (2004) At the Temple of Ralph. The New zealand Listener June 5-11 Vol 194 No 3343.
Lonie, Bridie (2003) Analogical machines Utopia Art Sydney ISBN 0-9580561 -1-0
Liz Coats: New Paintings 31 May- 25 June 2003 3-9
Lonie, Bridie (2003) Teresa Andrew: On moving Art New Zealand Press Art New Zealand 102 pp 53-55
Lonie, Bridie (2003) Marilynn Webb, prints and pastels University of Otago Press ISBN 1-877276-36-7 Dec 2003 20,000 words, pp 15-64
Lonie, Bridie (2003) Book Review: Painting myself in Junctures, The Journal for Thematic Dialogue ISSN: 1-877139-65-3 1: body Dec 2003 73-74
Lonie, Bridie (2002) "Chipped Mesh" Bue Oyster, Dunedin Space Invaders 2002 5 pages, not paginated
Lonie, Bridie (2002) Veiled Lands: textile histories te tuhi/the mark, Auckland 0-908995-23-7 2002 3-7
Lonie, Bridie (2002) Wendy Bornholdt, Lynn Kelly, Ben Webb, "Votive, Sacred and Ecstatic Bodies", Ava Seymour, Ralph Paine, Blue Oyster Gallery, Satellite Gallery Art New Zealand Press Vol 103 2001 50-51
Lonie, Bridie (2002) Russel Moses, yes-yes TM, Scott Eady, Margarte Dawson, Jane Dodd, Cathy Helps, Rhona Haszard Art New Zealand Press Vol 105 52-53
Lonie, Bridie (2002) Kirsten Kemp Catalogue text Artist at Work archives, Otago Polytechnic School of Art November 2002 2 pages of text, unpaginated
Lonie, B (2001) Holding Patterns, Recent Work by Liz Coats,
Art Magazine Press Art New Zealand Vol 98, Autumn 2001 51-53
Lonie, Bridie (2001) Autoskinning, Passive Abduction No.2 Autoskinning, Passive Abduction No. 2, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra, Australia ISBN 1 875526 68 4 Catalogue essay,for exhibition at Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberrra, Australia, June 9-July 1st 2001, then at Diverseworks, Houston, United States 10 pages
Lonie, Bridie (2001) The Lure of Metal Australia Centre for Contemporary Craft Object Issue 38, December 2001
Lonie, Bridie (2001) Big Sister, Little Sister The Suter, Te Aratoi o Whakatu, Nelson A long drawing was created collaboratively. The resulting drawing was shown at
Exhibition Jul 1-8,2000 The Suter, Te Aratoi o Whakatu, Nelson and Hocken Gallery, University of Otago, 15 June- 10 August 2002
Nelson Mail, Saturday July 7, 2001, p. 4. Otago Daily Times "Sisters' interwoven lives mapped out in parallel" 27 Jun p.3 c.40 metres, drafting paper, pencil and ink
Lonie, Bridie (2001) Sea Changes: Opacity and Transparency The John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton, England ISBN 85432 749 5 2001 11-17
Lonie, Bridie (2000) Genes and Archives Art New Zealand Press Art New Zealand Issue 95, Winter 2000 72-5 Article on photographer Fiona Clark
Lonie, Bridie (2000) Nomadic Practices, Mary McFarlane Patrols the Margins Australian Centre for Craft and Design, Sydney, Australia Object: contemporary art and design Volume 1.00 2000 45-47 This is an article on glass and metal artist Mary McFarlane whose work extends silversmithing practices through the use of of graphic marks on mirrors and a collaborative mode of working.
Lonie, Bridie (2000) Sensibility, Taste and Touch The Suter, te Arai o Whakatu, Nelson, New Zealand Risk, Transformative Practices, 0-9583590-4-0 The exhibition was held from 12 February- 12 March 2000 26-28
Lonie, Bridie (2000) The Double Life of Furniture Weyerhaeuser Studio Furniture Awards ISSBN 0-9 583590-7-5 Catalogue for the exhibition held from 2 September - 1 October, The Suter Te Aratoi o Whakatu, Nelson 4-6