Dr Adam Geczy

BVA(Hons) PhD (Sydney)
Senior Lecturer, Visual Art

A20 - John Woolley Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 1083

Biographical details

Geczy's undergraduate degree was in painting, after which he did Honours and a PhD in Art Theory (Sydney) on the topic of the visual in Marcel Proust. After working in painting, printmedia and photomedia, in 1997 he turned to installation practice, strongly inflected by performativity. In 1997 he exhibited in the historical exhibition BODY at the AGNSW, and in 2000 he was resident at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin. It was there that he began working with the electroacoustic composer Thomas Gerwin (formerly ZKM), with whom he has been working ever since. By this time two strands of his practice became apparent: one abstract and tactile, the other conceptual and political. It is this working across concerns and disciplines that he finds most stimulating. His collaborative practice developed with a series of national and international performance-based installations with Mike Parr in 2003–04 and, since 2002, an ongoing suite of works with Australia's foremost composer, Peter Sculthorpe. Several musical "music+video" works, one involving a major sculptural installation, were included in the survey of six key Australian video artists, Video Logic, in 2008 at the MCA, Sydney.

The political side of his practice is evident not only the Geczy/Parr collaborations but also in works such as I Hate Australia and the more recent collaborations with Aboriginal artist Adam Hill. In Ghent, Belgium in 2010 he conducted a performance and made an installation on the legacy of the Belgian Congo.

As a writer he is constantly engaged in contemporary discourse related to art and culture, and in support of younger artists. His fourth book won the CHOICE award for best art book of 2009. Current book projects include Orientalism and Fashion.

Research interests

Geczy's art practice covers the following media/concerns: the non-literal, aesthetic expression of socio-political dissent; electro-acoustic/electronic and classical/traditional music and its relationship to art, with an emphasis on video; video installation; multimedia and mixed media installation that also involves technology; performance art and performance leading to installation; urbanism; racial vilification and its positive aesthetic translation within art; subjective subjugation; cross-cultural collaboration; and cultural engagement.

The theoretical/written work is engaged in areas of art criticism and cultural discourse. It is also focused on art theory as it relates to art practice: on questions surrounding the art–research debate. Music and literature in relation to the arts are also ideas that constantly arise. A recent preoccupation has been fashion theory in Orientalism and in art generally. He is editing, with A/Prof Vicki Karaminas (UTS), a major anthology of essays on the crossovers between art and fashion (Berg Publishers, Oxford and New York).

Current research students

Project title Research student
Letters, books, parroquates and Kangaroo Skins: The gift relationship between Attorney General Sir Samuel Shepherd and first fleet convict Matthew Everingham Janelle EVANS

Associations

Studies in Material Thinking Journal, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand Editorial adviser 2009 –
Artspace Sydney Board member 2006 – 10
Broadsheet, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia Editorial board 2005 –
Art Asia Pacific (New York) Editor-at-large 2003

Awards and honours

2016 (final shortlist) Eisenhower International fellowship, Pennsylvania, USA

2014 (shortlist) Australian Educational Publishing Awards: Best Tertiary Scholarly Resource for (with Vicki Karaminas) Queer Style, Bloomsbury 2013

2016-7 Visual Arts Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council Grant for New Work (22 000)

2012-3 Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council Grant for New Work (Established) (20 000)

2010-11 Skills and Arts Development Grant, Australia Council (22 300)

2009-2010 CHOICE (USA) Best Art Book

2007–08 Australia Council for the Arts, New Work Grant

2006 Power Institute, University of Sydney, Artist’s Residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris

2005–06 Visual Arts Board, Australia Council for the Arts, New Work Grant

2003 New Media Arts Board, Australia Council for the Arts, New Work Grant

2000–01 Visual Arts Board, Australia Council for the Arts: Artist’s Studio Fellowship at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien

2001 Australia Council for the Arts, Visual Arts Board, Presentation and Promotion (with Trafó, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Budapest)

2001 Comprehensive support grant from the cultural body of Dresden/Saxony for exhibition at the Festspielhaus, Dresden-Hellerau

1998 Goethe-Institut Fellowship for Key Positions in the Arts

1997 Harri Jones Memorial Award for Poetry, University of Newcastle

Selected grants

2005

  • Grant for New Work; Geczy A; Australia Council/Visual Arts Board Grant.

2003

  • Grant for New Work; Geczy A; Australia Council/New Media Board: Grant for new work.

2001

  • Presentation and Promotion; Geczy A; Australia Council/Visual Arts Board Grant.

2000

  • Artist's Studio Fellowship at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin; Geczy A; Australia Council/Visual Arts Board Grant.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2017). Critical Fashion Practice: From Westwood to Van Beirendonck. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Geczy, A. (2017). The Artificial Body in Fashion and Art: Marionettes, Models and Mannequins. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2016). Fashion's Double: Representations of fashion in painting, photography and film. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Geczy, A., Millner, J. (2015). Fashionable Art. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). Fashion and Orientalism: Dress, Textiles and Culture from the 17th to the 21st Century. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2013). Queer Style. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Geczy, A. (2008). Art: Histories, Theories and Exceptions. Oxford, UK: Berg Publishers.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). Thingness of light: the work of William Seeto. Sydney: Artspace.
  • Carter, M., Geczy, A. (2006). Reframing Art. Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

Edited Books

  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2012). Fashion and Art. London: Berg Publishers.
  • French, B., Geczy, A., Tsoutas, N. (2004). Criticism + Engagement + Thought: 2004 Biennale of Sydney. Sydney: Artspace.
  • Geczy, A., Genocchio, B. (2001). What Is Installation?: An Anthology of Writings on Australian Installation Art. Australia: Power Publications.

Book Chapters

  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2017). The Body. In Alexandra Palmer (Eds.), A Cultural History of Dress and Fashion in the Modern Age, (pp. 63-84). London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Geczy, A. (2016). Collaboration. In Elspeth Pitt, Roger Butler (Eds.), Mike Parr: Language and Chaos, (pp. 28-49). Canberra: National Gallery of Australia.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2016). Walter Benjamin: Fashion, Modernity and the City Street. In Anges Rocamora, Anneke Smelik (Eds.), Thinking Through Fashion: A Guide To Key Theorists, (pp. 81-96). London: IB Tauris.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). A Chamber of Whispers. In Mark Polizzotti (Eds.), China Through The Looking Glass, (pp. 22-29). New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). The Art-Fashion Crossover. In Tamya Zoe Robinson (Eds.), The Art of Wool, (pp. 16-18). Armidale: New England Regional Art Museum.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2012). Fashion and Art: Critical Crossovers. In Adam Geczy, Vicki Karaminas (Eds.), Fashion and Art, (pp. 1-12). London: Berg Publishers.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Modernity: Three Defining Moments in the Crossover of Art and Fashion. In Adam Geczy, Vicki Karaminas (Eds.), Fashion and Art, (pp. 55-66). London: Berg Publishers.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). The Theatre of Innocence: Sadie Chandler's Nirvana Office. In Reuben Keehan (Eds.), Artspace Projects 2005, (pp. 8-15). sydney: Artspace.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Dilapidated Realism | article? +Plus Factors, (pp. 40-11). Melbourne: Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Fatwhitestraightbaldguy. In Blair French (Eds.), Who's Afraid of Avant-garde?, (pp. 1-11). Sydney: Performance Space.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Here, There, Nowhere, Dead: Performance Art and the Cybernetic Involution. In Nicholas Tsoutas, Adam Geczy, Edward Scheer (Eds.), Mike Parr: Blood Box, (pp. 8-30). Sydney: Artspace Visual Arts Centre Ltd.
  • Carter, R., Geczy, A. (2006). Where is it? Art in the Digital Age. In Michael Carter, Adam Geczy (Eds.), Reframing Art, (pp. 210-234). Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Collecting, Coating, Covering: Lauren Berkowitz. In Sally Breen and Reuben Keehan (Eds.), Tide, (pp. 7-10). Sydney: Artspace.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Reason, emotion etc. In Blair French, Adam Geczy and Nicholas Tsoutas (Eds.), Criticism + Engagement + Thought: 2004 Biennale of Sydney, (pp. 73-78). Sydney: Artspace.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). The Partial Architecture of Ruins. In Germaine Koh (Eds.), Germaine Koh : homemaking : 8 May-31 May 2003, (pp. 1-3). Sydney: Artspace.

Journals

  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2017). Lady Gaga: American Horror Story, Fashion, Monstrosity and the Grotesque. Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress Body and Culture, 21(6), 709-731. [More Information]
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V., Taylor, J. (2016). Sailor Style: Representations of the Mariner Style in Popular Culture and Contemporary Fashion. Journal of Asia-Pacific Pop Culture, 1(2), 141-164. [More Information]
  • Geczy, A. (2016). The Psychology of Cosplay. Journal of Asia-Pacific Pop Culture, 1(1), 18-36. [More Information]
  • Geczy, A. (2015). Fifty Ways to Kill Renny Kodgers. Eyeline, 82, 78-79.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). from participatory art to participatory criticism: the big noise. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 44(1), 10-19.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). Good Art. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 44(3), 45-46.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). Kate Mitchell: future fallout. Eyeline, 82, 84-84.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). Robot Girl in a World without Death. Justene Williams. Eyeline, 83, 14-19.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). True Fairytales of Violence: Art and the Holocaust in Hungary. Artlink, 35(1), 68-71.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). A queer history of fashion: From the closet to the catwalk, Valerie Steele (ED.)(2013). The Australasian Journal of Popular Culture, 3(2), 239-242.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Be careful what you wish for. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 43(2), 26-29.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). drained and confused. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 43(4), 6-11.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). From 'Australia' to 'America': Painting a nation. Art Monthly Australia, 268(April 2014), 42-45.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Science Fiction and the Antinomy of Images: Peter Alwast. Eyeline, 80(1), 22-27.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Straight internet porn and the Natrificial: Body and dress. Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress Body and Culture, 18(2), 169-188. [More Information]
  • Geczy, A. (2014). The new textuality for the visual arts: entrenchment in the academy. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 43(3), 68-71.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Uncertainty is certain. Eyeline, 81, 18-22.
  • Geczy, A., McLean, I., Mellor, D., Hill, A. (2013). Appropriation: no longer appropriate? Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 42(1), 23-25.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). Art Monthly Australia Editorial. Art Monthly Australia, 257(March 2013), 3-3.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). Contemporary Visual Art + Culture Broadsheet | In whose house? Craig Walsh embedded. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 42(4), 250-253.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). Everything Falls Apart. Art and Australia, 50(3), 474-474.
  • Geczy, A., Cope, M., Bell, R., McFarlane, J., Albert, T. (2013). Insurgence at the Museum of Democracy: An Interview. Art Monthly Australia, 266(Summer 2013), 13-15.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). The ACP Files. Photofile, 93(Spring/Summer 2013-14), 123-125.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). They don't make art like they used to: Late last year in the Wall Street Journal, Camille Paglia mounted a frontal onslaught on contemporary art. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 42(1), 26-29.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). Touching reality. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 42(3), 193-195.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). Who own dots? or, spirituality for the highest bidder, or, can you buy aura? Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 42(3), 163-165.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). A Dish Served Lukewarm. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 41(3), 175-177.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). C'mon Let's Stick Together: On Collaboration, Inclusion and Consonance in the 18th Biennale of Sydney. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 41(2), 94-97.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Digging Deep: 'Excavation', The Armory Exhibition 2012. Art Monthly Australia, (254), 30-32.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Is There Such a Thing as Global Curating? Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 41(1), 40-45.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Nasim Nasr: Symbols of rebirth. Eyeline, Summer 2012/2013(77), 52-57.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Party Time: 18th Biennale of Sydney. Art Monthly Australia, (252), 5-9.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Syntax of fetish and fashion: Love Lace, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney. Art Monthly Australia, (248), 20-23.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). The Air-Conditioned Desert: curating Aboriginal art. Art Monthly Australia, (250), 44-46.
  • Hill, A., Geczy, A. (2011). Aboriginal art diagnostic. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 40.2 (June), 132-135.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Art Apartheid in the South Pacific. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 40(1), 70-72.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Contested Pleasures. Oxford Art Journal, 34(02), 295-297.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Cultural Juxtaposition: Tell me, tell me: Australian and Korean Art 1976 - 2011. Art Monthly Australia, September(243), 11-13.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2011). Fashion and Art: Critical Crossovers. Art Monthly Australia, August(242), 5-10.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). I think therefore I Mash: Soda_Jerk. Eyeline, 74, 26-32.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Photography and Place - Australian landscape photography: 1970s until now. Art Monthly Australia, June (240), 18-20.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Staying mumme. Eyeline, 73, 23-27.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Transorientalism and the pavilion attitude to race and idenity. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 40.3 (September), 210-211.
  • Geczy, A. (2010). Art, Fashion and Performance: The Ballets Russes. Art Monthly Australia, 236(Summer 2010), 24-27.
  • Geczy, A. (2010). Beginning the present in the past. Column, 6(1), 50-54.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Better than a hole in the head. Eyeline, (70), 34-37.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Neo-Medievalism. Art Monthly Australia, Aug. 2005(no. 182), 34-36.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Powerlessness. Monograph.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Recent political art exhibitions in Australia. Art Monthly Australia, , 7-8.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Self-Portrait - Dead Flow: a collaborative project. Art and Australia, 40(1), 74-75.
  • Geczy, A. (2001). Essay: Simone Mangos' Anti-monuments and quiet memorials. Art and Australia, 39(2).
  • Geczy, A. (2001). Review: Australian Art by Andrew Sayers. Art and Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2001). Review: Space Odyssesys: light visions. RealTime: +onscreen, 45.
  • Geczy, A. (2001). World Without End. Postwest, 18.

Conferences

  • Geczy, A. (2011). Adam Geczy: Kleist-Coppelia-Kuball: the doll, the double and the shadow. Mirrors, Doubles, Shadows, Caves: Plato and Contemporary Art, Sydney: Artspace.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). The Great Debate. We are here, Sydney: Firstdraft Gallery.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Transorientalism and the Pavilion Attitude to Race and Identity. Broadsheet @ 40: The Australian Contemporary one day symposium, South Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2007). Proust and Fashion. Fashion and Fiction Conference, Not published: Not Published.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Future Forecast 06. Future Forecast 06, Not published: Not Published.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Reframing Art: the Future of Theory. Symposium, Artspace, Not Published: Not Published.

Visual Art

  • Geczy, A., Hill, A. (2015). 1. Blakward Pawn, 2015 2. Look Left, Look Right, Look Left Again, 2015 3. Another Way of Thinking About 26 January 2015, or, Five Live Sentences, 2015 4. Soul Train, 2015 5. Racial Opportunism, 2015 6. Ausfailure, 2015 7. Dedfern, 2015 8. The Most Gaoled Race on Earth, 2015. In: Blakattak. Sydney College of the Arts. SCA Galleries, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). S/M Wonderland. Australian Centre for Photography (ACP), Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Big Arms. In: Enduring Parallels. The Lock-Up Cultural Centre. The Lock-Up, Newcastle, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Eisenstein/Jugendstil. In: The illusion of remembering | Eisenstein/Jugendstil. Poimena Gallery. Poimena Gallery Launceston, Launceston, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). EssenEssen. In: 11th International Sound Art Festival Berlin 2014 (listening, watching, smelling, tasting, feeling). 11th International Sound Art Festival Berlin 2014. Mitte Museum, Berlin, Germany.
  • Hill, A., Geczy, A. (2013). Bomb. Museum of Contemporary Aboriginal Art. AAMU Museum of contemporary Aboriginal art, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). 1000 Churches (Dedicated to the bishop of Bruges). In: 2013 projectcluster 1. Croxhapox Contemporary Art House, Ghent, Belgium.
  • Hill, A., Geczy, A. (2013). Blackward pawn. In: Treaty, Yeah? Chan Contemporary Art Space, Darwin, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Beautiful Cities. Artspace. Artspace Contemporary Art Centre, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A., Garstang, L. (2012). With eyelids cut off. In: With eyelids cut off. Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Wagga Wagga, Australia.
  • Geczy, A., Guy, J. (2011). 1. Bird Paraphenalia 2. Bird Remains: Museological Paragon 3. Swarm 4. Nature-Re-Nature I 5. Nature-Re-Nature II. In: An Unnatural History of Nature. Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). 1. Drakula 1-18 2. Transylvania 1-6. In: Beheaded - Tracing Dracula Vampire Myths. Esterhazy Palace. Municipal Museum of Art, Gyor Art Museum, Gyor, Hungary.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Breed of the Dead. In: Breed of the Dead. Chalk horse. Chalk horse, Surry hills, Sydney, Australia: Chalk horse.
  • Geczy, A., Guy, J. (2010). 1. Scaly-breasted Lorikeet (Trichoglossus cholorolepidotus) (chicken) 2. Eastern yellow robin (Eopsaltria australis) (turkey) 3. Untitled (fired chicken bones) 4. Untitled (fired turkey bones)5. Forest kingfisher (Todiramphus macleayii) (quail). In: Ceramic Surgery- Adam Geczy & Jan Guy. Criterion Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2010). Remember to Forget the Congo. In: Remember to Forget the Congo. Croxhapox Gallery, Ghent, Belgium.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). 1. Eyes close 2. Clothes carpets. In: Diaspora gathered. Nexus Multicultural Art Center. Nexus Gallery, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). 1989. In: 1989. Harmónia Művészeti Központ Kht, GyÅ‘r, Hungary. Harmónia Művészeti Központ Kht, GyÅ‘r, Hungary.
  • Geczy, A., Hill, A. (2009). Australia - the trailer. In: Australia - the trailer. 24HRArt Northern Territory Center for Contemporary Art. Northern Territory Center for Contemporary Art, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Grumpy Old Men of Paris #1-8. In: Remembering Paris. Macquarie University. Macquarie University Art Gallery, North Ryde, NSW, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Portrait of my great aunt Rosemary may she rest in peace. In: Print Matters: Salon for Independent Book Art and Artist’s Books’. Chauvel Cinema, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Transylvania II. In: Langue Froide/Cold Tongue. Connie Dietzschold Gallery, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2008). 1. Concert for Mike Parr (2005) 2. Concert to Myself (2008). In: Concerts. Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Lake Macquarie, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2008). Buried Alive (Again). In: Buried Alive (Again). Croxhapox Experimental Art House, Ghent, Belgium.
  • Geczy, A. (2008). Eisenstein/Jugendstil. National Library. NOASS centre for art and culture, Riga, Latvia.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). 1. Abuse of Power 2. Long Ago 3. Buried Alive 4. Girls La-la-la. In: Buried Alive. Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). catalogue?. In: The Night Before the Son. Convento de Sao Francisco, Montemor-o-Novo, Portugal.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). 1. Grumpy Old Men of Paris 2. Paris Requiem. In: Paris Requiem. Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris, France.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Abuse of Power 2006. In: Experimental Intermedia. Ghent, Belgium.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). catalogue?. In: Domestic Violence. Rawspace, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). catalogue?. In: The House of the Man Whose Children Hanged Themselves. Queensland Centre of Photography, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). catalogue?. In: The Man Who Died. Gallery Tyko, Nurmes, Finland.
  • Geczy, A., Gerwin, T. (2006). Son + feu d'arti+fice |DOC?. Projections, Cite Internationale des Arts.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). titles?. Mori Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). titles?. In: Group Action 2. Criterion Gallery, Hobart, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). titles?. In: Single Currency. Victorian College of Arts Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). titles?. In: Ensemble(s). Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). titles?. In: Klanglabor:zeit. Galerie Nord, Berlin, Germany.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). titles?. In: Who cares? Agder Regional Art Centre, Kristiansand, Norway.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). I hate australia. In: I HATE AUSTRALIA. Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Koli Cantata Nurmes, Finland. In: Koli Cantata. Nurmes Museum, Nurmes, Finland.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). The Language of Suicide Part I. In: Cultural Illumination. The University of Adelaide. Barr Smith Library, Adelaide, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). The Language of Suicide Part II. In: The Language of Suicide Part II. Nexus Multicultural Arts Centre, Adelaide, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). The Secret of the Trick. Criterion Gallery, Afghanistan.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). titles?. In: The Placard Project. Mori Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). titles?. In: Colour(less). Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Lake Macquarie, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). titles?. In: Klak!05. Kulturbahnhof, Kassel, Germany.
  • Geczy, A., Sculthorpe, P. (2004). 1. From a Remote, Lonely Place (Port Arthur Elegy) 2003 2. Light on dark (Point Puer) 3. Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay. In: 2004 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Contemporary Photo-Media. Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide Bank 04 Festival of Arts. Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Grotesk II. In: Grotesk II. Gallery Tyko, Finland.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Landscape Heartbeat. Kolin Ryynänen, Finland.
  • Geczy, A., Parr, M. (2004). The Mass Psychology of Fascism, Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay. In: The Mass Psychology of Fascism, Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay. Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). titles?. In: Groteskin Taiteen Museo/The Museum of Grotesque Art. Art Ahjo Art Centre, Joensuu, Finland.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). titles?. In: Klak!04. Kulturbarnhof, Kassel, Germany.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). titles?. In: Blood, Severance, Magic. Mars Lounge, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). titles?. In: The Anthology of Art (Atelier Jochen Gerz). Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany.
  • Geczy, A., Parr, M. (2004). Transborder Languages. In: Transborder Languages. First Dashanzi International Arts Festival, Beijing, China.
  • Geczy, A., Parr, M. (2003). Film noir, politique blanche. In: Film noir, politique blanche. Queensland College of Art Gallery. Queensland Contemporary Art Gallery, Griffith Artworks, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). titles?. In: Origami: World Without Elements. Asian-Australian Arts Centre, Gallery 4A, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). titles?. In: Carcinoma. Three Foot Square Gallery , COFA, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). titles?. In: Get Back. Mori Gallery, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). titles?. In: Barking Up the Wrong Tree. Mori Gallery, Sydney, Australia.

Textual Creative Works

  • Geczy, A. (2014). Special Moves. Eyeline, 80, (pp. 101 - 101). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). The Room of Mirrors Phase. To Kill the Saudade, (pp. 2 - 4). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2012). With eyelids cut off. Eyeline, (pp. 28 - 28). Melbourne, Australia: Print Council of Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Michael Snape, (pp. 3 - 3). Sydney, Australia: Australian Galleries.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Events in the suburbs. Once was a field, (pp. 5 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Parramatta Artist Studios.
  • Geczy, A. (2010). beauty of distance:postmortems, Adam Geczy. Broadsheet, (pp. 205 - 205). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2010). biennale baroque: unveiling the 17th biennale of sydney. Broadsheet, (pp. 90 - 95). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2010). Conversations to infinity: on arts schools and art education, Adam Geczy. Broadsheet, (pp. 208 - 213). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2010). critical or congratulatory? Broadsheet, (pp. 20 - 20). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2010). Review of The Infinity Machine: Mike Parr's Performance Art 1971-2005, Edward Scheer (Melbourne: Schwartz City Press 2009) Mike Parr: Performances 1971-2008, Mike Parr (Melbourne: Schwartz City Press 2008). Performance Paradigm, June, (pp. 96 - 99). Sydney, Australia: Performance Paradigm Publications.
  • Geczy, A. (2010). the australia effect. Broadsheet, (pp. 239 - 241). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2010). the solid fraud of outsider art. broadsheet, (pp. 66 - 69). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Art is not research. Broadsheet, (pp. 207 - 209). Sydney, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Debra Phillips. Eyeline, 70, Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Mutant Media. Art & Australia, 46:4, (pp. 336 - 336). Sydney, NSW, Australia: Art and Australia Pty Ltd.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Sail away: Ian North. Artlink, 29:3, (pp. 92 - 92). Adelaide, Australia: Artlink Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). The Artist Resident: Holidaymaker and Cultural Performer. BE magazine, 16, (pp. 106 - 115). Berlin, Germany: Kunstlerhaus Bethanien.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). The Asia Pacific Triennial: A dialogue. Contemporary Visual Art & Culture Broadsheet, 38.4, (pp. 241 - 249). Parkside, South Australia, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2008). Music+Video = I See Music. Video Logic, (pp. 67 - 74). Sydney, Australia: Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • Geczy, A. (2008). Spectres of video: the ends of video art. Contemporary Art and Visual Culture: Broadsheet, 37/4, (pp. 283 - 285). Adelaide, Australia: broadsheet.
  • Geczy, A. (2008). World wide web: the twilight girls. Eyeline, 67, (pp. 58 - 58). Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). CHECK. Every Great Idea Begins as a Heresy, Canada.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). For this defect, and for no other guilt, we here are lost. The Glittering City, (pp. 6 - 9). Campbelltown, Australia: Campbelltown Arts Centre.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). Revelation of the Brand. Contemporary Visual Arts + Culture Braodsheet, 36.1, (pp. 44 - 45). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2007). The King of Quirk (Stephen Birch) : Looking out my back door in Sydney. Art Monthly Australia, July, Issue 201, (pp. 37 - 38). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). The New Academicism. Realtime, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Air Born, (pp. 1 - 9). Devonport, Australia: Devonport Regional Gallery.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Art and the Loss of Vision. Broadsheet, (pp. 94 - 97). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Blind Ned Leading the Blind. (pp. 1 - 3). Australia: broadsheet.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). I Hate Australia. Southerly, 66, (pp. 97 - 103). Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Juan Davila. Art Monthly Australia, Summer, Issue 196, (pp. 3 - 4). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Justene Williams: Blue Foto, Red Foto, Green Foto. eyeline, Summer : Issue 59, (pp. 1 - 3). Queensland, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Phillip George: Night Vision and the Post-Oriental. ArtAsia Pacific, Winter, Issue 47, (pp. 1 - 2). Hong Kong, Hong Kong (SAR of China): Art Asia Pacific Publishing, Llc..
  • Geczy, A. (2006). The artist, the thief, the flag and sedition. Art Monthly Australia, (pp. 6 - 8). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). The Ecstasy of St. Juan. (pp. 228 - 231). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2005). 'Crossing Country: the alchemy of western arnhem land art' and 'Binocular: looking closely at country'. Eyeline, (pp. 47 - 47). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). At the Limit: William Seeto. ArtAsia Pacific, Issue 46, (pp. 1 - 2). Hong Kong, Hong Kong (SAR of China): Art Asia Pacific Publishing, Llc..
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Destiny Deacon. Art AsiaPacific, Spring, Issue 44, (pp. 1 - 2). Hong Kong, Hong Kong (SAR of China): Art Asia Pacific Publishing, Llc..
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Hard-core, Soft-core. (pp. 1 - 4). Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Metaresistance. Visual Arts + Culture Broadsheet, 34.4, (pp. 220 - 223). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Nothing sits outside of the gaze of contemporary art. Art Monthly Australia, Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Tony Schwensen: Fatwhitestraightbaldguy. Eyeline, (pp. 19 - 21). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Who's Afraid of the Avant-Garde 3? Broadsheet, Vol 34 no 4, (pp. 251 - 251). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Art, craft and ecology meet at the Styx Forest. Art Monthly Australia, (pp. 14 - 16). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). article? Michael Zavros at Schubert Gallery, Main Beach,QLD, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Conversations with Absent Others. Alex Kershaw, (pp. 1 - 2). Sydney, Australia: Grantpirrie Gallery.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). No Big Picture III. Australia: broadsheet.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Review - Brad Buckley: etiquette. Eyeline, 53, Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Video Magic at the Performance Space, Sydney. Art Monthly Australia, (pp. 3 - 6). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). When art is no object. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, (pp. 178 - 180). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Who's That Girl? The Work of Fiona Clark. Eye Line, 54, (pp. 35 - 37). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Adam Geczy on Picasso: The Last Decades. Art and Australia 40(4), (pp. 680 - 680). Sydney, Australia: Eleonora Triguboff.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Adam Geczy on Zhong Chen. Art and Australia 41(2), (pp. 315 - 315). Sydney, Australia: Eleonora Triguboff.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Art Training. Art Monthly Australia (161) July, (pp. 10 - 11). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Commentary: Yang Jiechang. Contemporary Visual Arts and Culture: Broadsheet, (pp. 33 - 33). Adelaide, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Mike Parr: Close the Concentration Camps. Artlink: Australian contemporary art quarterly, (pp. 45 - 47). Australia: Artlink Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Natural Disasters in Sao Paulo. Art Monthly Australia (177) March, (pp. 43 - 44). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Review - Dennis Del Favero: Sottovoce. Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Review: Liquid Sea. ART AsiaPacific, New York, United States of America.

Live Performance - Interarts

  • Geczy, A. (2006). 4th Dadao Live Art Festival Beijing 01/01/2006. Beijing, China, Beijing, China, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province).
  • Geczy, A., Gerwin, T. (2006). Intermix @ Areal28 Berlin, Germany. Areal28, Berlin, Germany, Germany.

Digital Creative Works

  • Geczy, A., Sculthorpe, P. (2008). Thoughts of Home. Hobart, Australia: Criterion Gallery.
  • Geczy, A., Sculthorpe, P. (2006). Long Ago. Hobart, Australia: Criterion Gallery.

Film / Video

  • Geczy, A. (2013). S/M Wonderland. Screen, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Underground Film Festival.
  • Geczy, A., Gerwin, T. (2010). Sydney Underground Film Festival. Sydney, Australia: Sydney Underground Film Festival.

Recorded / Rendered Interarts

  • Geczy, A., Gerwin, T. (2011). Area Contra Punctus 7. video, galleriBOX. Akureyri, Iceland: galleriBox.
  • Geczy, A., Gerwin, T. (2008). AreaContraPunctus IV 2006 - 2008. video/installation and electroacoustic composition, Museum of Contemporary Art. Sydney, Australia: Museum of Contemporary Art. Curated by Russell Storer.

Exhibitions / Events

  • Geczy, A., Prescott, S. (2016). The End of Fashion. College of Creative Arts, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand: Massey University.
  • Geczy, A., Preston, J. (2015). Virtually POP. College of Creative Arts, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand: Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (popCAANZ).
  • Geczy, A. (2005). FATWHITESTRAIGHTBALDGUY: Tony Schwensen. Performance Space, Redfern, Australia: Blair French, Associate Director.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Geczy, A. (2004). Gateway to the Sublime | article? State of the Arts.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Art is a rigorous practice. RealTime, 50.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Essay: The Jewel is Any Event. The Installations of Lindy Lee. Art Asia Pacific.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Mike Parr: Internet Performance. RealTime, 52.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). New Media: New Megalomania? Eyeline, 48.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Review: Alex Gawronski: testing ground. Eyeline, 50.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Review: Buddha. Art Asia Pacific, 34.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Review: Crypto-realism. Art Monthly.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Symbolism, Not Symbols: The Art of Eugenia Raskopoulos. Postwest, 20.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). What's the point of painting these days? Art Monthly.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). ZKM, Sydney and the Art and New Media Detente. RealTime, 47.
  • Geczy, A. (2001). The Same Old Song? Art Monthly, August.
  • Geczy, A. (2001). What's New in New Media, And what do we see in video? Art Monthly.

ERA Specific Journals

  • Geczy, A. (2010), Doin' Stuff: Marley Dawson's Machine-Sites. Eyeline, 72, 21-25.
  • Geczy, A. (2010), Ian North and the Anti-Picturesque. Eyeline, 71, 36-39.
  • Geczy, A. (2010), Making it New. Art Monthly Australia, 227(March), 13-15.
  • Geczy, A. (2010), Remember to Forget the Congo. Art Monthly Australia, 231(July), 28-29.
  • Geczy, A. (2010), Review: The 17th Biennale of Sydney. Art and Australia, 48(1 Spring 2010), 147-149.
  • Geczy, A. (2009), Korean dreams. Art Monthly Australia, (222), 32-32.
  • Geczy, A. (2009), Monet and the Impressionists. Art Monthly Australia, (217), 40-43.
  • Geczy, A. (2008), Humbert or Humbug? Art Monthly Australia, 211(July), 9-13.

Reference Works

  • Geczy, A. (2014). Beret. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 27-28). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Bolero Jacket. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 39-41). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Chador. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 66-67). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Hanbok. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 133-135). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Hijab. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 148-150). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Lederhosen. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 185-186). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Sarong. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 258-259). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Shawl. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 264-266). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Ugg Footwear. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 297-298). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.

Other

  • Geczy, A. (2005), Forum: Artists' Fees: From Obstacle to Opportunity.
  • Geczy, A. (2005), Panel discussion: Interesting Times.
  • Geczy, A. (2002), Translation (German): Konstanze Thümmel, 'You can't set up a camera here!': Artspace.
  • Geczy, A. (2001), Der Knabentanz (Little Boy Dancing).

2017

  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2017). Critical Fashion Practice: From Westwood to Van Beirendonck. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2017). Lady Gaga: American Horror Story, Fashion, Monstrosity and the Grotesque. Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress Body and Culture, 21(6), 709-731. [More Information]
  • Geczy, A. (2017). The Artificial Body in Fashion and Art: Marionettes, Models and Mannequins. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2017). The Body. In Alexandra Palmer (Eds.), A Cultural History of Dress and Fashion in the Modern Age, (pp. 63-84). London: Bloomsbury Academic.

2016

  • Geczy, A. (2016). Collaboration. In Elspeth Pitt, Roger Butler (Eds.), Mike Parr: Language and Chaos, (pp. 28-49). Canberra: National Gallery of Australia.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2016). Fashion's Double: Representations of fashion in painting, photography and film. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V., Taylor, J. (2016). Sailor Style: Representations of the Mariner Style in Popular Culture and Contemporary Fashion. Journal of Asia-Pacific Pop Culture, 1(2), 141-164. [More Information]
  • Geczy, A., Prescott, S. (2016). The End of Fashion. College of Creative Arts, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand: Massey University.
  • Geczy, A. (2016). The Psychology of Cosplay. Journal of Asia-Pacific Pop Culture, 1(1), 18-36. [More Information]
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2016). Walter Benjamin: Fashion, Modernity and the City Street. In Anges Rocamora, Anneke Smelik (Eds.), Thinking Through Fashion: A Guide To Key Theorists, (pp. 81-96). London: IB Tauris.

2015

  • Geczy, A., Hill, A. (2015). 1. Blakward Pawn, 2015 2. Look Left, Look Right, Look Left Again, 2015 3. Another Way of Thinking About 26 January 2015, or, Five Live Sentences, 2015 4. Soul Train, 2015 5. Racial Opportunism, 2015 6. Ausfailure, 2015 7. Dedfern, 2015 8. The Most Gaoled Race on Earth, 2015. In: Blakattak. Sydney College of the Arts. SCA Galleries, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). A Chamber of Whispers. In Mark Polizzotti (Eds.), China Through The Looking Glass, (pp. 22-29). New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  • Geczy, A., Millner, J. (2015). Fashionable Art. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). Fifty Ways to Kill Renny Kodgers. Eyeline, 82, 78-79.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). from participatory art to participatory criticism: the big noise. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 44(1), 10-19.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). Good Art. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 44(3), 45-46.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). Kate Mitchell: future fallout. Eyeline, 82, 84-84.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). Robot Girl in a World without Death. Justene Williams. Eyeline, 83, 14-19.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). The Art-Fashion Crossover. In Tamya Zoe Robinson (Eds.), The Art of Wool, (pp. 16-18). Armidale: New England Regional Art Museum.
  • Geczy, A. (2015). True Fairytales of Violence: Art and the Holocaust in Hungary. Artlink, 35(1), 68-71.
  • Geczy, A., Preston, J. (2015). Virtually POP. College of Creative Arts, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand: Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (popCAANZ).

2014

  • Geczy, A. (2014). S/M Wonderland. Australian Centre for Photography (ACP), Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). A queer history of fashion: From the closet to the catwalk, Valerie Steele (ED.)(2013). The Australasian Journal of Popular Culture, 3(2), 239-242.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Be careful what you wish for. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 43(2), 26-29.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Beret. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 27-28). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Big Arms. In: Enduring Parallels. The Lock-Up Cultural Centre. The Lock-Up, Newcastle, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Bolero Jacket. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 39-41). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Chador. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 66-67). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). drained and confused. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 43(4), 6-11.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Eisenstein/Jugendstil. In: The illusion of remembering | Eisenstein/Jugendstil. Poimena Gallery. Poimena Gallery Launceston, Launceston, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). EssenEssen. In: 11th International Sound Art Festival Berlin 2014 (listening, watching, smelling, tasting, feeling). 11th International Sound Art Festival Berlin 2014. Mitte Museum, Berlin, Germany.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). From 'Australia' to 'America': Painting a nation. Art Monthly Australia, 268(April 2014), 42-45.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Hanbok. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 133-135). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Hijab. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 148-150). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Lederhosen. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 185-186). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Sarong. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 258-259). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Science Fiction and the Antinomy of Images: Peter Alwast. Eyeline, 80(1), 22-27.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Shawl. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 264-266). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Special Moves. Eyeline, 80, (pp. 101 - 101). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Straight internet porn and the Natrificial: Body and dress. Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress Body and Culture, 18(2), 169-188. [More Information]
  • Geczy, A. (2014). The new textuality for the visual arts: entrenchment in the academy. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 43(3), 68-71.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Ugg Footwear. In Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss (Eds.), Ethnic Dress in the United States | A Cultural Encyclopedia. (pp. 297-298). Maryland, U.S.A: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Geczy, A. (2014). Uncertainty is certain. Eyeline, 81, 18-22.

2013

  • Hill, A., Geczy, A. (2013). Bomb. Museum of Contemporary Aboriginal Art. AAMU Museum of contemporary Aboriginal art, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). 1000 Churches (Dedicated to the bishop of Bruges). In: 2013 projectcluster 1. Croxhapox Contemporary Art House, Ghent, Belgium.
  • Geczy, A., McLean, I., Mellor, D., Hill, A. (2013). Appropriation: no longer appropriate? Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 42(1), 23-25.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). Art Monthly Australia Editorial. Art Monthly Australia, 257(March 2013), 3-3.
  • Hill, A., Geczy, A. (2013). Blackward pawn. In: Treaty, Yeah? Chan Contemporary Art Space, Darwin, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). Contemporary Visual Art + Culture Broadsheet | In whose house? Craig Walsh embedded. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 42(4), 250-253.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). Everything Falls Apart. Art and Australia, 50(3), 474-474.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). Fashion and Orientalism: Dress, Textiles and Culture from the 17th to the 21st Century. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Geczy, A., Cope, M., Bell, R., McFarlane, J., Albert, T. (2013). Insurgence at the Museum of Democracy: An Interview. Art Monthly Australia, 266(Summer 2013), 13-15.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2013). Queer Style. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). S/M Wonderland. Screen, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Underground Film Festival.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). The ACP Files. Photofile, 93(Spring/Summer 2013-14), 123-125.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). The Room of Mirrors Phase. To Kill the Saudade, (pp. 2 - 4). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2013). They don't make art like they used to: Late last year in the Wall Street Journal, Camille Paglia mounted a frontal onslaught on contemporary art. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 42(1), 26-29.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). Touching reality. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 42(3), 193-195.
  • Geczy, A. (2013). Who own dots? or, spirituality for the highest bidder, or, can you buy aura? Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 42(3), 163-165.

2012

  • Geczy, A. (2012). Beautiful Cities. Artspace. Artspace Contemporary Art Centre, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). A Dish Served Lukewarm. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 41(3), 175-177.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). C'mon Let's Stick Together: On Collaboration, Inclusion and Consonance in the 18th Biennale of Sydney. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 41(2), 94-97.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Digging Deep: 'Excavation', The Armory Exhibition 2012. Art Monthly Australia, (254), 30-32.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2012). Fashion and Art. London: Berg Publishers.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2012). Fashion and Art: Critical Crossovers. In Adam Geczy, Vicki Karaminas (Eds.), Fashion and Art, (pp. 1-12). London: Berg Publishers.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Is There Such a Thing as Global Curating? Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 41(1), 40-45.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Modernity: Three Defining Moments in the Crossover of Art and Fashion. In Adam Geczy, Vicki Karaminas (Eds.), Fashion and Art, (pp. 55-66). London: Berg Publishers.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Nasim Nasr: Symbols of rebirth. Eyeline, Summer 2012/2013(77), 52-57.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Party Time: 18th Biennale of Sydney. Art Monthly Australia, (252), 5-9.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). Syntax of fetish and fashion: Love Lace, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney. Art Monthly Australia, (248), 20-23.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). The Air-Conditioned Desert: curating Aboriginal art. Art Monthly Australia, (250), 44-46.
  • Geczy, A., Garstang, L. (2012). With eyelids cut off. In: With eyelids cut off. Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Wagga Wagga, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2012). With eyelids cut off. Eyeline, (pp. 28 - 28). Melbourne, Australia: Print Council of Australia.

2011

  • Geczy, A. (2011). Michael Snape, (pp. 3 - 3). Sydney, Australia: Australian Galleries.
  • Geczy, A., Guy, J. (2011). 1. Bird Paraphenalia 2. Bird Remains: Museological Paragon 3. Swarm 4. Nature-Re-Nature I 5. Nature-Re-Nature II. In: An Unnatural History of Nature. Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). 1. Drakula 1-18 2. Transylvania 1-6. In: Beheaded - Tracing Dracula Vampire Myths. Esterhazy Palace. Municipal Museum of Art, Gyor Art Museum, Gyor, Hungary.
  • Hill, A., Geczy, A. (2011). Aboriginal art diagnostic. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 40.2 (June), 132-135.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Adam Geczy: Kleist-Coppelia-Kuball: the doll, the double and the shadow. Mirrors, Doubles, Shadows, Caves: Plato and Contemporary Art, Sydney: Artspace.
  • Geczy, A., Gerwin, T. (2011). Area Contra Punctus 7. video, galleriBOX. Akureyri, Iceland: galleriBox.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Art Apartheid in the South Pacific. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 40(1), 70-72.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Breed of the Dead. In: Breed of the Dead. Chalk horse. Chalk horse, Surry hills, Sydney, Australia: Chalk horse.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Contested Pleasures. Oxford Art Journal, 34(02), 295-297.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Cultural Juxtaposition: Tell me, tell me: Australian and Korean Art 1976 - 2011. Art Monthly Australia, September(243), 11-13.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Events in the suburbs. Once was a field, (pp. 5 - 6). Sydney, Australia: Parramatta Artist Studios.
  • Geczy, A., Karaminas, V. (2011). Fashion and Art: Critical Crossovers. Art Monthly Australia, August(242), 5-10.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). I think therefore I Mash: Soda_Jerk. Eyeline, 74, 26-32.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Photography and Place - Australian landscape photography: 1970s until now. Art Monthly Australia, June (240), 18-20.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Staying mumme. Eyeline, 73, 23-27.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). The Great Debate. We are here, Sydney: Firstdraft Gallery.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Transorientalism and the pavilion attitude to race and idenity. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, 40.3 (September), 210-211.
  • Geczy, A. (2011). Transorientalism and the Pavilion Attitude to Race and Identity. Broadsheet @ 40: The Australian Contemporary one day symposium, South Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).

2010

  • Geczy, A., Guy, J. (2010). 1. Scaly-breasted Lorikeet (Trichoglossus cholorolepidotus) (chicken) 2. Eastern yellow robin (Eopsaltria australis) (turkey) 3. Untitled (fired chicken bones) 4. Untitled (fired turkey bones)5. Forest kingfisher (Todiramphus macleayii) (quail). In: Ceramic Surgery- Adam Geczy & Jan Guy. Criterion Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2010). Art, Fashion and Performance: The Ballets Russes. Art Monthly Australia, 236(Summer 2010), 24-27.
  • Geczy, A. (2010). beauty of distance:postmortems, Adam Geczy. Broadsheet, (pp. 205 - 205). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2010). Beginning the present in the past. Column, 6(1), 50-54.
  • Geczy, A. (2010). biennale baroque: unveiling the 17th biennale of sydney. Broadsheet, (pp. 90 - 95). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2010). Conversations to infinity: on arts schools and art education, Adam Geczy. Broadsheet, (pp. 208 - 213). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2010). critical or congratulatory? Broadsheet, (pp. 20 - 20). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2010), Doin' Stuff: Marley Dawson's Machine-Sites. Eyeline, 72, 21-25.
  • Geczy, A. (2010), Ian North and the Anti-Picturesque. Eyeline, 71, 36-39.
  • Geczy, A. (2010), Making it New. Art Monthly Australia, 227(March), 13-15.
  • Geczy, A. (2010), Remember to Forget the Congo. Art Monthly Australia, 231(July), 28-29.
  • Geczy, A. (2010). Remember to Forget the Congo. In: Remember to Forget the Congo. Croxhapox Gallery, Ghent, Belgium.
  • Geczy, A. (2010). Review of The Infinity Machine: Mike Parr's Performance Art 1971-2005, Edward Scheer (Melbourne: Schwartz City Press 2009) Mike Parr: Performances 1971-2008, Mike Parr (Melbourne: Schwartz City Press 2008). Performance Paradigm, June, (pp. 96 - 99). Sydney, Australia: Performance Paradigm Publications.
  • Geczy, A. (2010), Review: The 17th Biennale of Sydney. Art and Australia, 48(1 Spring 2010), 147-149.
  • Geczy, A., Gerwin, T. (2010). Sydney Underground Film Festival. Sydney, Australia: Sydney Underground Film Festival.
  • Geczy, A. (2010). the australia effect. Broadsheet, (pp. 239 - 241). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2010). the solid fraud of outsider art. broadsheet, (pp. 66 - 69). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).

2009

  • Geczy, A. (2009). 1. Eyes close 2. Clothes carpets. In: Diaspora gathered. Nexus Multicultural Art Center. Nexus Gallery, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). 1989. In: 1989. Harmónia Művészeti Központ Kht, GyÅ‘r, Hungary. Harmónia Művészeti Központ Kht, GyÅ‘r, Hungary.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Art is not research. Broadsheet, (pp. 207 - 209). Sydney, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A., Hill, A. (2009). Australia - the trailer. In: Australia - the trailer. 24HRArt Northern Territory Center for Contemporary Art. Northern Territory Center for Contemporary Art, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Better than a hole in the head. Eyeline, (70), 34-37.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Debra Phillips. Eyeline, 70, Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Grumpy Old Men of Paris #1-8. In: Remembering Paris. Macquarie University. Macquarie University Art Gallery, North Ryde, NSW, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2009), Korean dreams. Art Monthly Australia, (222), 32-32.
  • Geczy, A. (2009), Monet and the Impressionists. Art Monthly Australia, (217), 40-43.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Mutant Media. Art & Australia, 46:4, (pp. 336 - 336). Sydney, NSW, Australia: Art and Australia Pty Ltd.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Portrait of my great aunt Rosemary may she rest in peace. In: Print Matters: Salon for Independent Book Art and Artist’s Books’. Chauvel Cinema, Sydney, NSW, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Sail away: Ian North. Artlink, 29:3, (pp. 92 - 92). Adelaide, Australia: Artlink Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). The Artist Resident: Holidaymaker and Cultural Performer. BE magazine, 16, (pp. 106 - 115). Berlin, Germany: Kunstlerhaus Bethanien.
  • Geczy, A. (2009). The Asia Pacific Triennial: A dialogue. Contemporary Visual Art & Culture Broadsheet, 38.4, (pp. 241 - 249). Parkside, South Australia, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2009). Transylvania II. In: Langue Froide/Cold Tongue. Connie Dietzschold Gallery, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

2008

  • Geczy, A. (2008). 1. Concert for Mike Parr (2005) 2. Concert to Myself (2008). In: Concerts. Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Lake Macquarie, Australia.
  • Geczy, A., Gerwin, T. (2008). AreaContraPunctus IV 2006 - 2008. video/installation and electroacoustic composition, Museum of Contemporary Art. Sydney, Australia: Museum of Contemporary Art. Curated by Russell Storer.
  • Geczy, A. (2008). Art: Histories, Theories and Exceptions. Oxford, UK: Berg Publishers.
  • Geczy, A. (2008). Buried Alive (Again). In: Buried Alive (Again). Croxhapox Experimental Art House, Ghent, Belgium.
  • Geczy, A. (2008). Eisenstein/Jugendstil. National Library. NOASS centre for art and culture, Riga, Latvia.
  • Geczy, A. (2008), Humbert or Humbug? Art Monthly Australia, 211(July), 9-13.
  • Geczy, A. (2008). Music+Video = I See Music. Video Logic, (pp. 67 - 74). Sydney, Australia: Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • Geczy, A. (2008). Spectres of video: the ends of video art. Contemporary Art and Visual Culture: Broadsheet, 37/4, (pp. 283 - 285). Adelaide, Australia: broadsheet.
  • Geczy, A., Sculthorpe, P. (2008). Thoughts of Home. Hobart, Australia: Criterion Gallery.
  • Geczy, A. (2008). World wide web: the twilight girls. Eyeline, 67, (pp. 58 - 58). Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.

2007

  • Geczy, A. (2007). 1. Abuse of Power 2. Long Ago 3. Buried Alive 4. Girls La-la-la. In: Buried Alive. Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). catalogue?. In: The Night Before the Son. Convento de Sao Francisco, Montemor-o-Novo, Portugal.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). CHECK. Every Great Idea Begins as a Heresy, Canada.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). For this defect, and for no other guilt, we here are lost. The Glittering City, (pp. 6 - 9). Campbelltown, Australia: Campbelltown Arts Centre.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). Proust and Fashion. Fashion and Fiction Conference, Not published: Not Published.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). Revelation of the Brand. Contemporary Visual Arts + Culture Braodsheet, 36.1, (pp. 44 - 45). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2007). The King of Quirk (Stephen Birch) : Looking out my back door in Sydney. Art Monthly Australia, July, Issue 201, (pp. 37 - 38). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). The New Academicism. Realtime, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). The Theatre of Innocence: Sadie Chandler's Nirvana Office. In Reuben Keehan (Eds.), Artspace Projects 2005, (pp. 8-15). sydney: Artspace.
  • Geczy, A. (2007). Thingness of light: the work of William Seeto. Sydney: Artspace.

2006

  • Geczy, A. (2006). Air Born, (pp. 1 - 9). Devonport, Australia: Devonport Regional Gallery.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). 1. Grumpy Old Men of Paris 2. Paris Requiem. In: Paris Requiem. Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris, France.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). 4th Dadao Live Art Festival Beijing 01/01/2006. Beijing, China, Beijing, China, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province).
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Abuse of Power 2006. In: Experimental Intermedia. Ghent, Belgium.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Art and the Loss of Vision. Broadsheet, (pp. 94 - 97). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Blind Ned Leading the Blind. (pp. 1 - 3). Australia: broadsheet.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). catalogue?. In: Domestic Violence. Rawspace, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). catalogue?. In: The House of the Man Whose Children Hanged Themselves. Queensland Centre of Photography, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). catalogue?. In: The Man Who Died. Gallery Tyko, Nurmes, Finland.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Dilapidated Realism | article? +Plus Factors, (pp. 40-11). Melbourne: Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Fatwhitestraightbaldguy. In Blair French (Eds.), Who's Afraid of Avant-garde?, (pp. 1-11). Sydney: Performance Space.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Future Forecast 06. Future Forecast 06, Not published: Not Published.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Here, There, Nowhere, Dead: Performance Art and the Cybernetic Involution. In Nicholas Tsoutas, Adam Geczy, Edward Scheer (Eds.), Mike Parr: Blood Box, (pp. 8-30). Sydney: Artspace Visual Arts Centre Ltd.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). I Hate Australia. Southerly, 66, (pp. 97 - 103). Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A., Gerwin, T. (2006). Intermix @ Areal28 Berlin, Germany. Areal28, Berlin, Germany, Germany.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Juan Davila. Art Monthly Australia, Summer, Issue 196, (pp. 3 - 4). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Justene Williams: Blue Foto, Red Foto, Green Foto. eyeline, Summer : Issue 59, (pp. 1 - 3). Queensland, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A., Sculthorpe, P. (2006). Long Ago. Hobart, Australia: Criterion Gallery.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Phillip George: Night Vision and the Post-Oriental. ArtAsia Pacific, Winter, Issue 47, (pp. 1 - 2). Hong Kong, Hong Kong (SAR of China): Art Asia Pacific Publishing, Llc..
  • Carter, M., Geczy, A. (2006). Reframing Art. Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). Reframing Art: the Future of Theory. Symposium, Artspace, Not Published: Not Published.
  • Geczy, A., Gerwin, T. (2006). Son + feu d'arti+fice |DOC?. Projections, Cite Internationale des Arts.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). The artist, the thief, the flag and sedition. Art Monthly Australia, (pp. 6 - 8). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). The Ecstasy of St. Juan. (pp. 228 - 231). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2006). titles?. Mori Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). titles?. In: Group Action 2. Criterion Gallery, Hobart, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). titles?. In: Single Currency. Victorian College of Arts Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). titles?. In: Ensemble(s). Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). titles?. In: Klanglabor:zeit. Galerie Nord, Berlin, Germany.
  • Geczy, A. (2006). titles?. In: Who cares? Agder Regional Art Centre, Kristiansand, Norway.
  • Carter, R., Geczy, A. (2006). Where is it? Art in the Digital Age. In Michael Carter, Adam Geczy (Eds.), Reframing Art, (pp. 210-234). Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

2005

  • Geczy, A. (2005). 'Crossing Country: the alchemy of western arnhem land art' and 'Binocular: looking closely at country'. Eyeline, (pp. 47 - 47). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). At the Limit: William Seeto. ArtAsia Pacific, Issue 46, (pp. 1 - 2). Hong Kong, Hong Kong (SAR of China): Art Asia Pacific Publishing, Llc..
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Destiny Deacon. Art AsiaPacific, Spring, Issue 44, (pp. 1 - 2). Hong Kong, Hong Kong (SAR of China): Art Asia Pacific Publishing, Llc..
  • Geczy, A. (2005). FATWHITESTRAIGHTBALDGUY: Tony Schwensen. Performance Space, Redfern, Australia: Blair French, Associate Director.
  • Geczy, A. (2005), Forum: Artists' Fees: From Obstacle to Opportunity.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Hard-core, Soft-core. (pp. 1 - 4). Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). I hate australia. In: I HATE AUSTRALIA. Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Koli Cantata Nurmes, Finland. In: Koli Cantata. Nurmes Museum, Nurmes, Finland.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Metaresistance. Visual Arts + Culture Broadsheet, 34.4, (pp. 220 - 223). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Neo-Medievalism. Art Monthly Australia, Aug. 2005(no. 182), 34-36.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Nothing sits outside of the gaze of contemporary art. Art Monthly Australia, Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005), Panel discussion: Interesting Times.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Powerlessness. Monograph.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). The Language of Suicide Part I. In: Cultural Illumination. The University of Adelaide. Barr Smith Library, Adelaide, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). The Language of Suicide Part II. In: The Language of Suicide Part II. Nexus Multicultural Arts Centre, Adelaide, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). The Secret of the Trick. Criterion Gallery, Afghanistan.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). titles?. In: The Placard Project. Mori Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). titles?. In: Colour(less). Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Lake Macquarie, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). titles?. In: Klak!05. Kulturbahnhof, Kassel, Germany.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Tony Schwensen: Fatwhitestraightbaldguy. Eyeline, (pp. 19 - 21). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2005). Who's Afraid of the Avant-Garde 3? Broadsheet, Vol 34 no 4, (pp. 251 - 251). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).

2004

  • Geczy, A., Sculthorpe, P. (2004). 1. From a Remote, Lonely Place (Port Arthur Elegy) 2003 2. Light on dark (Point Puer) 3. Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay. In: 2004 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Contemporary Photo-Media. Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide Bank 04 Festival of Arts. Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Art, craft and ecology meet at the Styx Forest. Art Monthly Australia, (pp. 14 - 16). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). article? Michael Zavros at Schubert Gallery, Main Beach,QLD, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Collecting, Coating, Covering: Lauren Berkowitz. In Sally Breen and Reuben Keehan (Eds.), Tide, (pp. 7-10). Sydney: Artspace.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Conversations with Absent Others. Alex Kershaw, (pp. 1 - 2). Sydney, Australia: Grantpirrie Gallery.
  • French, B., Geczy, A., Tsoutas, N. (2004). Criticism + Engagement + Thought: 2004 Biennale of Sydney. Sydney: Artspace.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Gateway to the Sublime | article? State of the Arts.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Grotesk II. In: Grotesk II. Gallery Tyko, Finland.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Landscape Heartbeat. Kolin Ryynänen, Finland.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). No Big Picture III. Australia: broadsheet.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Reason, emotion etc. In Blair French, Adam Geczy and Nicholas Tsoutas (Eds.), Criticism + Engagement + Thought: 2004 Biennale of Sydney, (pp. 73-78). Sydney: Artspace.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Review - Brad Buckley: etiquette. Eyeline, 53, Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A., Parr, M. (2004). The Mass Psychology of Fascism, Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay. In: The Mass Psychology of Fascism, Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay. Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). titles?. In: Groteskin Taiteen Museo/The Museum of Grotesque Art. Art Ahjo Art Centre, Joensuu, Finland.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). titles?. In: Klak!04. Kulturbarnhof, Kassel, Germany.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). titles?. In: Blood, Severance, Magic. Mars Lounge, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). titles?. In: The Anthology of Art (Atelier Jochen Gerz). Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany.
  • Geczy, A., Parr, M. (2004). Transborder Languages. In: Transborder Languages. First Dashanzi International Arts Festival, Beijing, China.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Video Magic at the Performance Space, Sydney. Art Monthly Australia, (pp. 3 - 6). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2004). When art is no object. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, (pp. 178 - 180). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Geczy, A. (2004). Who's That Girl? The Work of Fiona Clark. Eye Line, 54, (pp. 35 - 37). Brisbane, Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.

2003

  • Geczy, A. (2003). Adam Geczy on Picasso: The Last Decades. Art and Australia 40(4), (pp. 680 - 680). Sydney, Australia: Eleonora Triguboff.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Adam Geczy on Zhong Chen. Art and Australia 41(2), (pp. 315 - 315). Sydney, Australia: Eleonora Triguboff.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Art Training. Art Monthly Australia (161) July, (pp. 10 - 11). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Commentary: Yang Jiechang. Contemporary Visual Arts and Culture: Broadsheet, (pp. 33 - 33). Adelaide, Australia.
  • Geczy, A., Parr, M. (2003). Film noir, politique blanche. In: Film noir, politique blanche. Queensland College of Art Gallery. Queensland Contemporary Art Gallery, Griffith Artworks, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Mike Parr: Close the Concentration Camps. Artlink: Australian contemporary art quarterly, (pp. 45 - 47). Australia: Artlink Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Natural Disasters in Sao Paulo. Art Monthly Australia (177) March, (pp. 43 - 44). Canberra, Australia: Art Monthly Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Recent political art exhibitions in Australia. Art Monthly Australia, , 7-8.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Review - Dennis Del Favero: Sottovoce. Australia: Eyeline Publishing Limited.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). Review: Liquid Sea. ART AsiaPacific, New York, United States of America.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). The Partial Architecture of Ruins. In Germaine Koh (Eds.), Germaine Koh : homemaking : 8 May-31 May 2003, (pp. 1-3). Sydney: Artspace.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). titles?. In: Origami: World Without Elements. Asian-Australian Arts Centre, Gallery 4A, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). titles?. In: Carcinoma. Three Foot Square Gallery , COFA, Sydney, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). titles?. In: Get Back. Mori Gallery, Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2003). titles?. In: Barking Up the Wrong Tree. Mori Gallery, Sydney, Australia.

2002

  • Geczy, A. (2002). Art is a rigorous practice. RealTime, 50.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Essay: The Jewel is Any Event. The Installations of Lindy Lee. Art Asia Pacific.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Mike Parr: Internet Performance. RealTime, 52.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). New Media: New Megalomania? Eyeline, 48.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Review: Alex Gawronski: testing ground. Eyeline, 50.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Review: Buddha. Art Asia Pacific, 34.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Review: Crypto-realism. Art Monthly.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Self-Portrait - Dead Flow: a collaborative project. Art and Australia, 40(1), 74-75.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). Symbolism, Not Symbols: The Art of Eugenia Raskopoulos. Postwest, 20.
  • Geczy, A. (2002), Translation (German): Konstanze Thümmel, 'You can't set up a camera here!': Artspace.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). What's the point of painting these days? Art Monthly.
  • Geczy, A. (2002). ZKM, Sydney and the Art and New Media Detente. RealTime, 47.

2001

  • Geczy, A. (2001), Der Knabentanz (Little Boy Dancing).
  • Geczy, A. (2001). Essay: Simone Mangos' Anti-monuments and quiet memorials. Art and Australia, 39(2).
  • Geczy, A. (2001). Review: Australian Art by Andrew Sayers. Art and Australia.
  • Geczy, A. (2001). Review: Space Odyssesys: light visions. RealTime: +onscreen, 45.
  • Geczy, A. (2001). The Same Old Song? Art Monthly, August.
  • Geczy, A., Genocchio, B. (2001). What Is Installation?: An Anthology of Writings on Australian Installation Art. Australia: Power Publications.
  • Geczy, A. (2001). What's New in New Media, And what do we see in video? Art Monthly.
  • Geczy, A. (2001). World Without End. Postwest, 18.

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