Atong Atem: Come Home, catalogue text for exhibition of same title, BLINDSIDE, Channels Festival, 23 August-9 September 2017

‘o oganu‘u tupu: sovereign territories, 4A Papers, 2 May 2017

He mau mana‘o no ko Honolulu Hō‘ike‘ike Hana No‘eau o nā Lua Makahiki: Thoughts on the Honolulu Biennial, The Pantograph Punch, 1 May 2017

Welina mai ke aupuni o Hawai‘i: Greetings from the Hawaiian Kingdom, Art Monthly Australasia, May 2017, Issue 298

Re-Formation (part 3) by Megan Cope, The National: New Australian Art, curated by Anneke Jaspers, Wayne Tunnicliffe, Lisa Havilah, Nina Miall and Blair French, Art Gallery of New South Wales, March 2017

All our relations - Art from Moananui a Kiwa at the NGV, Art Monthly Australasia, September 2016, Issue 292

Remembering the Future: Who are we really serving? with Bridget Reweti, Canadian Art - Collaboration, Summer 2016 Issue, June-September 2016

On First Nations agency in our European-based cultural institutions, Artlink - Big Ideas, Issue 36:1, March 2016

Moananui Curatorial Resurgence, ST PAUL St Gallery - 2015 Curatorial Symposium Papers, March 2016, Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makaurau AUT University, pp.31-40

Singing across Te Tai o Rehua: a response, ST PAUL St Gallery - 2015 Curatorial Symposium Papers, March 2016, Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makaurau AUT University, pp.58-59

It's healthy to think beyond us - Interview Part 1 and Part 2, Wombat Radio with Matt Cornell, 8 and 12 December 2015

Who are we beyond imperfect, imposed 'Asia'?, Peril Magazine, Edition 21 - Marginasia, 11 September 2015

Taloi Havini Profile, Primavera 2015: Young Australian Artists, curated by Nicole Foreshew, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, September-December 2015

On forgetting Aboriginal art, Overland Journal, 2 July 2015

We are born of the fanua: Moananui arts practice in Australia, Artlink Indigenous - Global, Issue 32:2, June 2015

Oceania Now, Lisa Hilli, Cecilia Kavara Verran, Eric Bridgeman, Salote Tawale, Kirsten Lyttle, and Léuli Eshraghi (Editor), Contemporary Pacific Arts Festival, Issue 1, April 2015

Socially Engaged Art Practice in Oceania, Torika Bolatagici, Léuli Eshraghi, Taloi Havini, Ioana Gordon-Smith, Leilani Kake and Ema Tavola, Open Engagement, April 2015

Arriving in Aotearoa New Zealand, #500words art criticality blog, Aotearoa New Zealand, March 2015

Near the wurun forests, Stella Magazine, Papua New Guinea, October 2014

Fa'aliliuga tala 'o le malaga manaia // Transcrire le bon voyage // Transcribing the good journey, Stella Magazine, October 2014

Mana Motu, Torika Bolatagici (Editor), Contemporary Pacific Arts Festival, Issue 1, April 2014

Trueno tropical / Faititili a motu / Tropical thunder, with Lucreccia Quintanilla, Writing From Below Journal, La Trobe University, Issue 2, December 2013

Mana Motu, Torika Bolatagici (Editor), Contemporary Pacific Arts Festival, Issue 1, April 2013