Dr Jacqueline Millner

BA/LLB (UNSW) BVA (SCA) MA PhD (Sydney)
Associate Dean, Learning and Teaching
Senior Lecturer, Theoretical Enquiry

N01P - Sydney College Of The Arts - Rozelle - (Kirkbride)
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 1131
Fax +61 2 9351 1199

Biographical details

Dr Jacqueline Millner completed studies in law, political science, and visual arts, before consolidating a career as an arts writer and academic specialising in the history and theory of contemporary art. She has published widely on contemporary Australian and international art in key anthologies, journals, and catalogues of flagship national institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, the Queensland Art Gallery and the Art Gallery of NSW (AGNSW). Her book on Australian contemporary art, Conceptual Beauty, was published in 2010. She was visual arts editor for the national arts broadsheet RealTime, as well as guest editor of supplements and special issues of leading arts journals. She has also participated in exhibitions as a curator and artist, and worked both in art history and studio-based departments, including a design school.

Research interests

Drawing on art history and theory, but also cultural studies, visual culture studies, political theory and aesthetics, Millner's research seeks to theorise and understand the link between art practice and the prevailing values and ideas of contemporary society. Millner's research is informed by feminist and social history of art perspectives which strive to place art in a broader context. Hence her research spans public art, street art, innovative gallery-based practices (in particular video, installation and performance), animation, digital media, as well as artists' critiques of institutions such as museums. While her focus is local, she also seeks to contextualise contemporary Australian practice in international developments. Millner's research places a great deal of emphasis on the aesthetic experience, always conscious of the delicate relationship between the art object and art writing.

Teaching and supervision

Stuart Bailey, PhD

Vivienne Linsley, PhD

Elizabeth O'Reilly, MFA

Jane Polkinghorne, PhD, Vulgar Vernacular: Crude humour in contemporary art

Elizabeth Pulie, PhD, The Death of Art: Realism in Contemporary Art

Rose Vickers, MFA

Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, MFA

Associations

College Arts Association, USA, member, 2004-present

AICA, International Art Critics Association, Paris, member, 2009-present

Awards and honours

2012 Bundanon Trust writer’s residency
2011 Australia Council for the Arts, $25,000 marketing grant for the publication of Australian Artists in the Museum by Ashgate Press (UK) with co-author Dr Jennifer Barrett, Director, Museum Studies, University of Sydney
2010 Australia Council for the Arts, $20,000 New Work grant for arts writer for research project on street art, Theorising Street Art, from Paris, to Melbourne, to Santiago
2008 Power Institute of Fine Arts, University of Sydney and Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, international studio residency for eminent arts writer
2005 Australia Council for the Arts, $20,000 New Work grant for arts writer for collaborative research with Dr Jennifer Barrett, Director, Museum Studies, University of Sydney
1997-2003 Australian Postgraduate Award for PhD research

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2013

  • Contemporary International Aesthetics; Elias A, Colless E, Gibson R, Hauser K, Mellor D, Millner J, Tsoutas N, Tyler L, Behrens R; DVC International/IPDF Grant.

2010

  • A critical theorisation of street art from Paris to Melbourne to Santiago.; Millner J; Australia Council for the Arts/New Work Grant.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Barrett, J., Millner, J. (2014). Australian Artists in the Contemporary Museum. Burlington, VT: Ashgate. [More Information]
  • Millner, J. (2010). Conceptual Beauty: Perspectives on Australian contemporary art. Sydney, Australia: Artspace Visual Arts Centre Ltd.

Book Chapters

  • Millner, J. (2014). Australian Video Art in the 1980s. In Matthew Perkins, By Matthew Perkins, Elena Galimberti, Anne Marsh, Stephen Jones (Eds.), Video void: Australian video art 1970-2010. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Ben Quilty and the Emotional Eloquence of Painting. In Lisa Slade (Eds.), Ben Quilty. Queensland, Australia: University of Queensland (UQ) Art Museum.
  • Millner, J. (2007). Articulating the Unspeakable: The Feminist Photography of Julie Rrap and Anne Ferran. In Lynne Seear, Julie Ewington (Eds.), Brought to light II : Contemporary Australian art 1966-2006 from the Queensland Art Gallery collection, (pp. 132-139). South Brisbane, Australia: Queensland Art Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2006). The Contact Zone: thoughts on the 2006 Biennale of Sydney. In Natasha Bullock and Reuben Keehan (Eds.), Zones of Contact – 2006 Biennale of Sydney: A Critical Reader, (pp. 29-34). Sydney: Artspace.

Journals

  • Millner, J. (2013). "The more global one is, the more local one desires to become" - Angelica Mesiti: Being World. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 42.2, 104-107.
  • Millner, J. (2012). Dreams of home: Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro. Art and Australia, 50(2), 296-303.
  • Millner, J. (2012). Endless Forms Most Beautiful. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 41(2), 106-107.
  • Millner, J. (2012). The Language of Beauty: a position for art criticism. Art Monthly Australia, 250, 10-13.
  • Millner, J. (2011). Decentralising cultural capital: recent public initiatives in Sydney. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, June (40.2), 140-141.
  • Millner, J. (2011). Possibilities for Critical Spectacle: AES + F's Video Installations. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 11(1), 99-111.
  • Millner, J. (2010). Nice Show. Eyeline, (71), 61-67.
  • Millner, J. (2009). making worlds: venice biennale 2009. Eyeline, 70, 51-55.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Stack and Ruin: the collaborative installations of Sean Cordeiro and Clare Healy. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 38(2), 109-111.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Visual Poetics: The Critical Impulse in Contemporary Street Art from Paris to Melbourne. International Journal of the Arts in Society, 4(3), 303-320.
  • Millner, J. (2008). Art and the Emerald City. Column, 2(2008), 7-13.
  • Millner, J. (2007). Home Video: Australian pioneers and their contemporary legacy. Art and Australia, 45(2), 252-257.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Bronia Iwanczak: The Artist as Mental Ecologist. Artlink: Australian contemporary art quarterly, 26(3), 50-53.
  • Millner, J. (2005). Anne Landa Award. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 34(1), 56-56.
  • Millner, J. (2005). Conceptual Crochet/Conceptual Beauty: the revitalisation of craft and aesthetics in australian contemporary art. Eyeline, 57, 30-32.
  • Millner, J. (2005). Satellite of Love. Runway, November(6).

Conferences

  • Millner, J. (2013). Camouflage/fashion/performance. Camouflage Cultures: surveillance, communities, aesthetics, animals, Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Millner, J. (2013). Contemporary Australian performance art: the feminist legacy. Feminist Art History Conference, Washington DC: American University.
  • Millner, J. (2010). Street Art Aesthetics: Realism, Surrealism and Disruptive Realism. 8th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities (2010), Hawaii: Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.
  • Barrett, J., Millner, J. (2009). Australian Artists and Museums. Artist-in-Residence/Artist Interventions in Museums, QLD: Museum & Gallery Services Queensland. [More Information]
  • Millner, J. (2008). Some Collaborators Are More Equal Than Others: Models of Collaboration in Contemporary Australian Art. College Art Association 96th Annual Conference (CAA 2008), New York, USA: College Art Association (CAA).
  • Barrett, J., Millner, J., Howarth, F. (2006). Leap of Faith: Australian Artists and Museums. Museums Australia National Conference 2006.
  • Millner, J. (2005). This is not America: Loopholes in the Narrative of Global Capitalism. 93rd College Art Association Annual Conference CAA 2005, United States: College Art Association (CAA).

Original Creative Work

  • Millner, J. (2013). Michele Elliot: Whitewash, (pp. 3 - 3). Wollongong, Australia: Wollongong Art Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2013). Angelica Mesiti. The 5th Auckland Triennial If you were to live here.., (pp. 126 - 126). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Art Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2013). Mary Scott: Black Powder. Mary Scott, 2013, (pp. 17 - 20). Hobart, Australia: Contemporary Art Tasmania.
  • Millner, J. (2012). Grant Stevens: Seriously, Relax, (pp. 3 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Millner, J. (2012). The Baker's Dozen, (pp. 3 - 3). Sydney, Australia: UTS Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2012). Rox De Luca: The Project Wall. The Project Wall, (pp. 1 - 1). Sydney, Australia: James Dorahy Project Space.
  • Loveday, T., Millner, J. (2012). Saturate | Colour Rant: Colour Problematics. In: Alchemy. Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia.
  • Millner, J. (2012). Some Thoughts on Collaboration. Alchemy, (pp. 14 - 15). Sydney, Australia: Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney.
  • Millner, J. (2012). Undiscovered: Sarah Goffman. Australian Art Collector, 60, (pp. 102 - 103). Sydney, Australia: Gadfly Media Custom Publishing Service.
  • Millner, J. (2011). John Conomos: Shipwreck, (pp. 3 - 5). St Lucia, Brisbane, Australia: University of Queensland.
  • Millner, J. (2011). Australian Video in Context. Video, an Art, a History 1965 -2010:, (pp. 87 - 95). Singapore, Singapore: Singapore Art Museum.
  • Millner, J. (2010). Double - dealing, (pp. 1 - 1). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Millner, J. (2010). AES + F 'S The Feast of Trimalchio. AES + F: The Revolution Starts Now!, (pp. 2 - 8). Brisbane, Australia: University of Queensland (UQ) Art Museum.
  • Millner, J. (2010). beauty of distance: postmortems, Jacqueline Millner. Broadsheet, (pp. 205 - 205). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Millner, J. (2010). critical or congratulatory? Jacqueline Millner. Broadsheet, (pp. 22 - 22). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Millner, J. (2010). Preview of Biennale of Sydney. Broadsheet, Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Millner, J. (2010). the city, the world, beauty & music - jacqueline millner: preview, 17th biennale of sydney. RealTime, 96, (pp. 10 - 11). Sydney, Australia: RealTime, Sydney.
  • Millner, J. (2010). the power of beauty and distance: high expectations? Broadsheet, (pp. 96 - 99). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Millner, J. (2010). Where we've been, where we're going, why. Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Millner, J. (2009). a return to vulnerability - jacqueline millner: artspace: kosloff, frankovich, haseman. RealTime, 91, (pp. 50 - 50). Sydney, Australia: RealTime, Sydney.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Jeff Koons at The Palace of Versailles, Paris. eyeline, 68, (pp. 71 - 71). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Jonathan Jones. Erased: contemporary Australian Drawing, (pp. 28 - 28). Melbourne, Australia: Art Gallery of New South Wales.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Juan Munoz: A Retrospective. eyeline, 68, (pp. 82 - 83). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Millner, J. (2009). mediated: craving for expression - jacquline millner: anne landa award exhibition, agnsw. RealTime, 91, (pp. 32 - 32). Sydney, Australia: RealTime, Sydney.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Shaun Galdwell: Storm Sequence 2000. Video Swell Sydney, (pp. 3 - 3). Sydney, Australia: Art Gallery of New South Wales.
  • Millner, J. (2008). Australian Video Art since the 1980s. Video Logic, (pp. 101 - 115). Sydney, Australia: Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • Millner, J. (2008). Entwining China and Australia: Jacqueline Millner in Campbelltown and Casula. RealTime Arts, 85, (pp. 4 - 5). Sydney, Australia: Open City Inc..
  • Millner, J. (2008). Scott Redford: Surf Paintings. eyeline, 66, (pp. 59 - 59). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Millner, J. (2008). wonder, beyond categories - jacqueline millner: souls & machines, madrid. RealTime Arts, 88, (pp. 24 - 24). Sydney, Australia: RealTime, Sydney.
  • Millner, J. (2007). Adam Geczy: Buried Alive. (pp. 1 - 4). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Millner, J. (2007). John Aslanidis: Sonic Network #2 and Fragments. eyeline, 63, (pp. 58 - 58). Brisbane (West End), Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Millner, J. (2007). Nuha Saad. Our Lucky Country (still different), (pp. 114 - 114). Sydney, Australia: Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre.
  • Millner, J. (2007). Sue Pedley:Blue Jay Way. Sue Pedley: Blue Jay Way, (pp. 5 - 11). Penrith, Sydney, Australia: Penrith Regional Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2007). The afterlife of images: An interview with Isaac Julien. Art & Australia, V45 N2, (pp. 206 - 207). Sydney (Paddington), Australia: Art and Australia Pty Ltd.
  • Millner, J. (2007). Undercurrent: Bronwyn Thompson and Helen Pynor. (pp. 2 - 4). Sydney, Australia: MOP Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Zero, Dunedin, New Zealand: .
  • Millner, J. (2006). Joan Ross, (pp. 1 - 1). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Robyn Stacey: Beau Monde, (pp. 2 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Stills Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Adventures with form in space: the fourth balnaves foundation sculpture project. eyeline, 62, (pp. 4 - 4). Brisbane (West End), Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Angus McDonald: Still Life. Angus McDonald Selected Paintings 2001-2006, (pp. 5 - 9). Lismore, Australia: Lismore Regional Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Beata Geyer: Polychromatic (not an unproductive fiction). (pp. 26 - 31). Sydney, Australia: Artspace Visual Arts Centre Ltd.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Partaking of a wider world. Realtime Arts, 72, (pp. 46 - 46). Sydney, Australia: Open City Inc..
  • Millner, J. (2006). Taking Stock. Shelf Life, (pp. 7 - 7). Sydney, Australia: MOP Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Vanila Netto. 21st Century Modern: 2006 Adelaide Biennial Of Australian Art, (pp. 46 - 46). Adelaide, Australia: Art Gallery of South Australia.
  • Millner, J. (2005). Bronia Iwanczak: Many Fish Sacrifices, (pp. 1 - 2). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Millner, J. (2005). Satellite of Love (I like to watch things on t.v.), (pp. 2 - 4). Australia: Phat Space Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2005). A certain aesthetic, a certain strength. RealTime, 67, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Open City Inc..
  • Millner, J. (2005). At work with artists & audiences. RealTime Arts, 70, (pp. 50 - 50). Sydney, Australia: Open City Inc..
  • Millner, J. (2005). Ella Dreyfus: Under Twelves Beauty and Visual Pleasure. Ella Dreyfus: Under Twelves, (pp. 2 - 3). Sydney, Australia: .
  • Millner, J. (2005). Life's What You Do While You're Waiting To Die. (pp. 1 - 4). Sydney, Australia: .
  • Millner, J. (2005). Mike Parr: Punch holes in the body politics/Kingdom come. Broadsheet, V34 N2, (pp. 126 - 126). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Millner, J. (2005). Mummy Bites. In: Mummy. Chrissie Cotter Gallery (Marrickville Council). Chrissie Cotter Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
  • Millner, J. (2005). Pelt. PELT Joan Ross, (pp. 3 - 6). Campbelltown, Sydney, Australia: Campbelltown Arts Centre.
  • Millner, J. (2005). Project of a Boundary: Portable Affairs. Artspace Projects 2005, (pp. 76 - 83). Sydney, Australia: Artspace Visual Arts Centre Ltd.
  • Millner, J. (2005). situation: collaborations, collectives and artist networks from sydney, singapore, berlin. eyeline, 59, (pp. 53 - 53). Brisbane (West End), Australia: Queensland Artworkers Alliance.
  • Millner, J. (2005). The Slaughterhouse Project: In Media Res. (pp. 10 - 13). Quebec, Canada: La Chambre Blanche.

2014

  • Barrett, J., Millner, J. (2014). Australian Artists in the Contemporary Museum. Burlington, VT: Ashgate. [More Information]
  • Millner, J. (2014). Australian Video Art in the 1980s. In Matthew Perkins, By Matthew Perkins, Elena Galimberti, Anne Marsh, Stephen Jones (Eds.), Video void: Australian video art 1970-2010. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

2013

  • Millner, J. (2013). Michele Elliot: Whitewash, (pp. 3 - 3). Wollongong, Australia: Wollongong Art Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2013). "The more global one is, the more local one desires to become" - Angelica Mesiti: Being World. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 42.2, 104-107.
  • Millner, J. (2013). Angelica Mesiti. The 5th Auckland Triennial If you were to live here.., (pp. 126 - 126). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Art Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2013). Camouflage/fashion/performance. Camouflage Cultures: surveillance, communities, aesthetics, animals, Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Millner, J. (2013). Contemporary Australian performance art: the feminist legacy. Feminist Art History Conference, Washington DC: American University.
  • Millner, J. (2013). Mary Scott: Black Powder. Mary Scott, 2013, (pp. 17 - 20). Hobart, Australia: Contemporary Art Tasmania.

2012

  • Millner, J. (2012). Grant Stevens: Seriously, Relax, (pp. 3 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Millner, J. (2012). The Baker's Dozen, (pp. 3 - 3). Sydney, Australia: UTS Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2012). Dreams of home: Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro. Art and Australia, 50(2), 296-303.
  • Millner, J. (2012). Endless Forms Most Beautiful. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 41(2), 106-107.
  • Millner, J. (2012). Rox De Luca: The Project Wall. The Project Wall, (pp. 1 - 1). Sydney, Australia: James Dorahy Project Space.
  • Loveday, T., Millner, J. (2012). Saturate | Colour Rant: Colour Problematics. In: Alchemy. Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia.
  • Millner, J. (2012). Some Thoughts on Collaboration. Alchemy, (pp. 14 - 15). Sydney, Australia: Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney.
  • Millner, J. (2012). The Language of Beauty: a position for art criticism. Art Monthly Australia, 250, 10-13.
  • Millner, J. (2012). Undiscovered: Sarah Goffman. Australian Art Collector, 60, (pp. 102 - 103). Sydney, Australia: Gadfly Media Custom Publishing Service.

2011

  • Millner, J. (2011). John Conomos: Shipwreck, (pp. 3 - 5). St Lucia, Brisbane, Australia: University of Queensland.
  • Millner, J. (2011). Australian Video in Context. Video, an Art, a History 1965 -2010:, (pp. 87 - 95). Singapore, Singapore: Singapore Art Museum.
  • Millner, J. (2011). Decentralising cultural capital: recent public initiatives in Sydney. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, June (40.2), 140-141.
  • Millner, J. (2011). Possibilities for Critical Spectacle: AES + F's Video Installations. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 11(1), 99-111.

2010

  • Millner, J. (2010). Double - dealing, (pp. 1 - 1). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Millner, J. (2010). AES + F 'S The Feast of Trimalchio. AES + F: The Revolution Starts Now!, (pp. 2 - 8). Brisbane, Australia: University of Queensland (UQ) Art Museum.
  • Millner, J. (2010). beauty of distance: postmortems, Jacqueline Millner. Broadsheet, (pp. 205 - 205). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Millner, J. (2010). Conceptual Beauty: Perspectives on Australian contemporary art. Sydney, Australia: Artspace Visual Arts Centre Ltd.
  • Millner, J. (2010). critical or congratulatory? Jacqueline Millner. Broadsheet, (pp. 22 - 22). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Millner, J. (2010). Nice Show. Eyeline, (71), 61-67.
  • Millner, J. (2010). Preview of Biennale of Sydney. Broadsheet, Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Millner, J. (2010). Street Art Aesthetics: Realism, Surrealism and Disruptive Realism. 8th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities (2010), Hawaii: Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.
  • Millner, J. (2010). the city, the world, beauty & music - jacqueline millner: preview, 17th biennale of sydney. RealTime, 96, (pp. 10 - 11). Sydney, Australia: RealTime, Sydney.
  • Millner, J. (2010). the power of beauty and distance: high expectations? Broadsheet, (pp. 96 - 99). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Millner, J. (2010). Where we've been, where we're going, why. Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.

2009

  • Millner, J. (2009). a return to vulnerability - jacqueline millner: artspace: kosloff, frankovich, haseman. RealTime, 91, (pp. 50 - 50). Sydney, Australia: RealTime, Sydney.
  • Barrett, J., Millner, J. (2009). Australian Artists and Museums. Artist-in-Residence/Artist Interventions in Museums, QLD: Museum & Gallery Services Queensland. [More Information]
  • Millner, J. (2009). Ben Quilty and the Emotional Eloquence of Painting. In Lisa Slade (Eds.), Ben Quilty. Queensland, Australia: University of Queensland (UQ) Art Museum.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Jeff Koons at The Palace of Versailles, Paris. eyeline, 68, (pp. 71 - 71). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Jonathan Jones. Erased: contemporary Australian Drawing, (pp. 28 - 28). Melbourne, Australia: Art Gallery of New South Wales.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Juan Munoz: A Retrospective. eyeline, 68, (pp. 82 - 83). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Millner, J. (2009). making worlds: venice biennale 2009. Eyeline, 70, 51-55.
  • Millner, J. (2009). mediated: craving for expression - jacquline millner: anne landa award exhibition, agnsw. RealTime, 91, (pp. 32 - 32). Sydney, Australia: RealTime, Sydney.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Shaun Galdwell: Storm Sequence 2000. Video Swell Sydney, (pp. 3 - 3). Sydney, Australia: Art Gallery of New South Wales.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Stack and Ruin: the collaborative installations of Sean Cordeiro and Clare Healy. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 38(2), 109-111.
  • Millner, J. (2009). Visual Poetics: The Critical Impulse in Contemporary Street Art from Paris to Melbourne. International Journal of the Arts in Society, 4(3), 303-320.

2008

  • Millner, J. (2008). Art and the Emerald City. Column, 2(2008), 7-13.
  • Millner, J. (2008). Australian Video Art since the 1980s. Video Logic, (pp. 101 - 115). Sydney, Australia: Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • Millner, J. (2008). Entwining China and Australia: Jacqueline Millner in Campbelltown and Casula. RealTime Arts, 85, (pp. 4 - 5). Sydney, Australia: Open City Inc..
  • Millner, J. (2008). Scott Redford: Surf Paintings. eyeline, 66, (pp. 59 - 59). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Millner, J. (2008). Some Collaborators Are More Equal Than Others: Models of Collaboration in Contemporary Australian Art. College Art Association 96th Annual Conference (CAA 2008), New York, USA: College Art Association (CAA).
  • Millner, J. (2008). wonder, beyond categories - jacqueline millner: souls & machines, madrid. RealTime Arts, 88, (pp. 24 - 24). Sydney, Australia: RealTime, Sydney.

2007

  • Millner, J. (2007). Adam Geczy: Buried Alive. (pp. 1 - 4). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Millner, J. (2007). Articulating the Unspeakable: The Feminist Photography of Julie Rrap and Anne Ferran. In Lynne Seear, Julie Ewington (Eds.), Brought to light II : Contemporary Australian art 1966-2006 from the Queensland Art Gallery collection, (pp. 132-139). South Brisbane, Australia: Queensland Art Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2007). Home Video: Australian pioneers and their contemporary legacy. Art and Australia, 45(2), 252-257.
  • Millner, J. (2007). John Aslanidis: Sonic Network #2 and Fragments. eyeline, 63, (pp. 58 - 58). Brisbane (West End), Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Millner, J. (2007). Nuha Saad. Our Lucky Country (still different), (pp. 114 - 114). Sydney, Australia: Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre.
  • Millner, J. (2007). Sue Pedley:Blue Jay Way. Sue Pedley: Blue Jay Way, (pp. 5 - 11). Penrith, Sydney, Australia: Penrith Regional Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2007). The afterlife of images: An interview with Isaac Julien. Art & Australia, V45 N2, (pp. 206 - 207). Sydney (Paddington), Australia: Art and Australia Pty Ltd.
  • Millner, J. (2007). Undercurrent: Bronwyn Thompson and Helen Pynor. (pp. 2 - 4). Sydney, Australia: MOP Gallery.

2006

  • Millner, J. (2006). Zero, Dunedin, New Zealand: .
  • Millner, J. (2006). Joan Ross, (pp. 1 - 1). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Robyn Stacey: Beau Monde, (pp. 2 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Stills Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Adventures with form in space: the fourth balnaves foundation sculpture project. eyeline, 62, (pp. 4 - 4). Brisbane (West End), Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Angus McDonald: Still Life. Angus McDonald Selected Paintings 2001-2006, (pp. 5 - 9). Lismore, Australia: Lismore Regional Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Beata Geyer: Polychromatic (not an unproductive fiction). (pp. 26 - 31). Sydney, Australia: Artspace Visual Arts Centre Ltd.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Bronia Iwanczak: The Artist as Mental Ecologist. Artlink: Australian contemporary art quarterly, 26(3), 50-53.
  • Barrett, J., Millner, J., Howarth, F. (2006). Leap of Faith: Australian Artists and Museums. Museums Australia National Conference 2006.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Partaking of a wider world. Realtime Arts, 72, (pp. 46 - 46). Sydney, Australia: Open City Inc..
  • Millner, J. (2006). Taking Stock. Shelf Life, (pp. 7 - 7). Sydney, Australia: MOP Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2006). The Contact Zone: thoughts on the 2006 Biennale of Sydney. In Natasha Bullock and Reuben Keehan (Eds.), Zones of Contact – 2006 Biennale of Sydney: A Critical Reader, (pp. 29-34). Sydney: Artspace.
  • Millner, J. (2006). Vanila Netto. 21st Century Modern: 2006 Adelaide Biennial Of Australian Art, (pp. 46 - 46). Adelaide, Australia: Art Gallery of South Australia.

2005

  • Millner, J. (2005). Bronia Iwanczak: Many Fish Sacrifices, (pp. 1 - 2). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Millner, J. (2005). Satellite of Love (I like to watch things on t.v.), (pp. 2 - 4). Australia: Phat Space Gallery.
  • Millner, J. (2005). A certain aesthetic, a certain strength. RealTime, 67, (pp. 4 - 4). Sydney, Australia: Open City Inc..
  • Millner, J. (2005). Anne Landa Award. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 34(1), 56-56.
  • Millner, J. (2005). At work with artists & audiences. RealTime Arts, 70, (pp. 50 - 50). Sydney, Australia: Open City Inc..
  • Millner, J. (2005). Conceptual Crochet/Conceptual Beauty: the revitalisation of craft and aesthetics in australian contemporary art. Eyeline, 57, 30-32.
  • Millner, J. (2005). Ella Dreyfus: Under Twelves Beauty and Visual Pleasure. Ella Dreyfus: Under Twelves, (pp. 2 - 3). Sydney, Australia: .
  • Millner, J. (2005). Life's What You Do While You're Waiting To Die. (pp. 1 - 4). Sydney, Australia: .
  • Millner, J. (2005). Mike Parr: Punch holes in the body politics/Kingdom come. Broadsheet, V34 N2, (pp. 126 - 126). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Millner, J. (2005). Mummy Bites. In: Mummy. Chrissie Cotter Gallery (Marrickville Council). Chrissie Cotter Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
  • Millner, J. (2005). Pelt. PELT Joan Ross, (pp. 3 - 6). Campbelltown, Sydney, Australia: Campbelltown Arts Centre.
  • Millner, J. (2005). Project of a Boundary: Portable Affairs. Artspace Projects 2005, (pp. 76 - 83). Sydney, Australia: Artspace Visual Arts Centre Ltd.
  • Millner, J. (2005). Satellite of Love. Runway, November(6).
  • Millner, J. (2005). situation: collaborations, collectives and artist networks from sydney, singapore, berlin. eyeline, 59, (pp. 53 - 53). Brisbane (West End), Australia: Queensland Artworkers Alliance.
  • Millner, J. (2005). The Slaughterhouse Project: In Media Res. (pp. 10 - 13). Quebec, Canada: La Chambre Blanche.
  • Millner, J. (2005). This is not America: Loopholes in the Narrative of Global Capitalism. 93rd College Art Association Annual Conference CAA 2005, United States: College Art Association (CAA).

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