ne on One, exhibition catalogue essay, Bundoora Homestead Gallery (May, 2018)

Linden Innovators I, exhibition catalogue essay, Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts (April, 2013)

Kosuke Ikeda's Melbourne Art-Power Plant, UN Magazine (December, 2012)

Olivia Poloni on Robert Kraiss: Mussu, (October, 2012)

'Omega', exhibition review, UN Magazine (Issue 4.1, 2010)

'Inward Gathering', exhibition catalogue essay for Kate Just's Inward Gathering, Nellie Castan Gallery (October 2010)

'Painting', exhibition catalogue essay for Chris Bond's Collected Works, Nellie Castan Gallery at Melbourne Art Fair (August 2010)

'Colour. Time. Interview. - Olivia Poloni and David Thomas', David Thomas, Colour. Time (April 2009)

'Mark Hilton - profile', Artist Profile (Issue 6, Winter 2008)

'Turning Japanese', Art Market Report (Issue 30, Fourth Quarter, 2008)

‘Sapna Chandu – Unreal is real’, exhibition catalogue essay, Centre for Contemporary Photography (November 2007)

‘Anna Zahalka’ Art Monthly (July, 2007)

‘The Doll’s House – A modern Wunderkammer’, exhibition catalogue essay, The Doll’s House (April, 2007)

‘Rapt! 20 Japanese Artists from Japan’ exhibition review, Artlink (March, 2007)

‘Side Stitch’, exhibition catalogue essay, Blindside Gallery, Blindside Editions (February, 2007)

‘Languages of Movement: The Female Body within Studio 12’, Studio 12 exhibition catalogue essay, Gertrude Street Contemporary Art Spaces (February 2007)

‘B-Side’, Edited exhibition catalogue, Blindside Gallery, Blindside Editions (December, 2006)

‘Pleasures & Terrors – The City,’ exhibition catalogue essay, Blindside Gallery, Blindside Editions (May, 2006) – with Nicole Muir

‘Translation’ (UN Magazine, #7, March 2006)

‘Life doesn’t last, art doesn’t last, it doesn’t matter’ International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Art (October, 2005) (

‘Orientalism’ (UN Magazine, #5, August, 2005)

Artist interview, Tara Gilbee (July, 2005)

Artist interview, Matt Skinner ‘and Transit’, (April, 2005)

‘Beata Geyer – Coloris’ exhibition catalogue essay, Blindside Gallery, Blindside Editions (31 March – 16 April, 2005)

‘… don’t fence me in – Matthew Davis and Natasha Frisch’ (UN Magazine, #2, 2004) p.41