Victoria Cattoni
BFA, Grad Dip Fine Art, RSA/CTEFLA, MVA

CV {current September 2015}


Victoria Cattoni is an Australian-born visual artist and independent researcher. Her most recent work is the project, ‘Salsa on 9’, which was exhibited and work-shopped in 2012 in Bandung, Indonesia. She has also during the past two years, begun a series of paintings which she plans to exhibit, after a hiatus of more than a decade of exhibiting her paintings. Born in Ingham in north-eastern Queensland, Cattoni has lived and worked in Hobart, Sydney, Darwin, Brisbane and Melbourne within Australia. In 1998 she relocated to Indonesia where she was based until 2004, following which, she worked in Malaysia for three years. She is currently based in Singapore.


2002-4 MASTER OF VISUAL ARTS Research Thesis ‘Through the Kebaya: A Cross-cultural Project - Indonesia and Australia’, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia [formerly Northern Territory University]
1995 RSA/CTEFLA Cambridge Certificate in Teaching of English as a Foreign Language to Adults, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
1992-3 GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF FINE ART Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia 
1984-7 BACHELOR OF FINE ART Centre for the Arts, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia

current projects

SALSA ON 9 & related works: Video based work ‘Salsa on 9’ takes a sideways step from Cattoni’s recent research project REDRESSING THE VEIL that examined perceptions of Muslim women’s dress, cheekily combining the ‘hijab’ with ‘salsa’, the dance.

PAINTINGS FROM OBRAS RESIDENCIES 2012-2013: These works include watercolour on paper and oils on canvas. While a departure from her major arts practice and concerns, these works present a return to a creative approach Cattoni has not used for more than a decade.

CULTURAL DIFFERENCE, is an ongoing quasi-documentary video work that interrogates the term ‘cultural difference’ and its usage – use, misuse and abuse – through a series of personal interviews.

solo exhibitions

2012 SALSA ON 9 Ruang Depan s.14, Bandung, Indonesia
2012 RE-DRESSING THE VEIL – Portraits of Australian and Singaporean Muslim Women, Australian High Commission, Singapore
2010 WHAT IF I WANT TO WATER SKI? AND OTHER QUESTIONS Penang State Museum and Art Gallery, Malaysia
2009 WHAT IF I WANT TO WATER SKI? AND OTHER QUESTIONS The Substation, Singapore; Sheraton Utama Hotel, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam
2008 WHAT IF I WANT TO WATER SKI? AND OTHER QUESTIONS, Elsie Gallery, Malmsbury, Australia
2006 KEBAYA AND HER COUSINS video installation performance, Museum & Gallery, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia
2005 KEDAI KEBAYA video installation performance, Art Space Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2004 READING THE KEBAYA Kedai Kebun Forum & Ruangmes56, Jogjakarta, Indonesia
THROUGH THE KEBAYA video installation performance, Charles Darwin University Gallery, Darwin
2003 MEMBACA KEBAYA Galeri Lontar, Jakarta; Rumah Proses, Bandung; Universitas Diponegoro, Semarang, Indonesia
WHOSE KEBAYA, ANYWAY? video installation performance, Paros Gallery, Bali, Indonesia
2002 TAMASYA KEBAYA video installation performance, Charles Darwin University Gallery, Darwin, Australia
1999 INTERLACE installation, Seniwati Women’s Gallery, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
MASS installation, Seniwati, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
1992 UNTITLED WORKS 1992 installation, Linden Gallery, St Kilda Arts Centre, Melbourne
1990 PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS George Paton Gallery, Universitiy of Melbourne
1989 PICTURES, PAINTINGS, OBJECTS installation, Performance Space, Sydney
1988 TRAVELLING WITHOUT A COMPASS Salamanca Place Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania


collaborative works/projects

2006 GARLIC RED ONION, Video with Masnoramli Mahmud, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2005 WHITE ONION:BALI BRIDE, Digital media work with Ridwan Rudianto, Bali, Indonesia
TREE, Video, Collaboration with Masnoor Ramli Mahmud, Malaysia
2001 Performance with Tiina Turner & Mona Ratalaht, 12 TO 12 TWO, Performance Festival, Tampere, Finland
1999 FULL CIRCLES Installation performance with Kerensa Johnston, Denpasar Art Centre, Bali, Indonesia
DISSOLUTION Choreography with dancer/performer Kerensa Johnston for Interlace, Exhibition, Seniwati Women’s Gallery, Ubud, Bali
1998 FILL THIS SPACE Installation with Gabrielle Martin, Tim Craker & Tim Horn, Next Wave Festival, Melbourne
GRASS WORK Site-specific outdoor installation with Tim Craker, Moonee Valley Festival, Melbourne
1997 OFF-CUTS Installation series with Tim Craker, Townhall Hotel, Melbourne
1995 CONVERSATION PIECE 1 ‘LOOSE TALK’ Installation with Annette Douglass, West Space, Melbourne


performance works

2001 KEBAYA – SOUTH, SOUTH EAST video performance, Tampere 48th Floral Festival, Finland
SWEEP, 12 to 12 Two Performance Festival, performance, Tampere, Finland
2000 KEBAYA, Video performance, Laboratorija International Performance Festival, National Drama Theatre, Vilnius, Lithuania
MENJAGA PADI Performance with Iswanto G Hartono [Indonesia] & Kazunori Kitazawa [Japan], Rong Artist Congress – Collaboration Installation Asia Europe in Art & Environment 2000, Bali, Indonesia
1999 FULL CIRCLES, Installation performance, Art and Peace, Denpasar Art Centre, Bali, Indonesia


group exhibitions/festivals/screenings

2014 Immateriality, Interpr8 Art Space, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2009 ARENA Jakarta Biennale ’09, Galeri Nasional, Jakarta, Indonesia
2007 Objects & Desire Nyonya’s Kebaya, Baba’s Desire, Video performance, National University of Singapore Museum, NX Gallery, Singapore
OK Video Festival,  Galeri Nasional, Jakarta, Indonesia
Notthatbalai Art Festival 2007,  Lost Generation Space, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2006 Bandung Timeline 01-06 Videolab, video screening,Bandung
Blind Dates & Foreign Affairs – Australia/Asia Arts Residencies, Asialink Arts Annual Forum, Video screening, Sidney Myer Asia Centre, University of Melbourne
Help University College Kelab Seni Filem, Video screening of recent works
Labuan Mini Art Fest 06, Screening of video works,Kolej Matrikulasi Labuan, Sabah, Malaysia
2005 Bali Biennale 2005 ‘Edifice’, White Onion: Bali Bride, Video, Sika Contemporary Art Gallery & Gaya Gallery, Bali, Indonesia
Notthatbalai Festival, Lost Generation Space, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Conversations – Cross Cultural Video Project, ReenActing Rima, Video, 24HR ART Contemporary Art Space, Darwin, Australia
Edifice: Bali Biennale 2005, Video screening, Gaya Gallery, Bali
Human Rights Art Award & Exhibition, Capturing Release, Video, Supreme Court, Darwin
The Power of Dreaming: Taman Sari, Gardens of Delight and Identity, ‘Tree’ Video, collaboration with Masnoramli Mahmud, Rimbun Dahan, Kuang, Malaysia           
The Relatively Free Show, Buds are more precious than blossoms, Lessons in China #1, Video, Reka Art Space, Kuala Lumpur
Inspirasi Indonesia Arts Festival 2005, Video screening, Byron Bay, Australia
2004 Beyond Panoptican: Art & Global Media Project 2004, Bandung, Indonesia
Sculpture in the Park 2004, The Art of Buoyancy, Video, Darwin Fringe Festival, Darwin
2003 Worms Festival 5: HOUSE, Video Festival, Plastique Kinetic Worms, Singapore
OK Video: The Jarkarta Video Art Festival 2003, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jarkarta, Indonesia
bavf~NAF#1 Bandung video, film & new media art Forum, Bandung, Indonesia
TRANSIT 8 Views of Indonesia, New media arts, Umbrella Contemporary Art Space, Townsville & 24HRArt Northern Territory Centre for Contemporary Art, Darwin, Australia
Gigirmanuk Multicultural Art Camp, Video performance, Kubutambahan, Bali
2001 Shul – International Art Collaboration, Sika Contemporary Art Gallery & Galeri Sembilan, Bali, Indonesia
Sharing Art & Religiosity, International forum, site-specific ephemeral installation, Bedulu, Bali
ABC Solutions Fundraising Exhibition, ‘Tikar for co-existance’, ephemeral installation, Gaya Gallery, Bali
2000 Laboratorija, International Performance Festival, National Drama Theatre, Vilnius, Lithuania
1999 mini itu indah, Painting exhibition, Paros Gallery, Bali
9 x 5 Twenty-five, Victorian College of the Arts Anniversary Exhibition, Victorian Arts Centre
1996 See Spot Run, Next Wave Festival, Temple, Melbourne
Love at the Carlisle Lodge Motel, Carlisle Lodge Motel, St Kilda, Melbourne
1995 26th Alice Prizze, Araluen Centre for the Arts, Alice Springs
Shifting Ground: The National Women’s Art Exhibition, Linden, Melbourne
Gasworks Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Gasworks Park, Melbourne
Paintings, West Space, Melbourne
The Motel Show, Carlisle Lodge Motel, Melbourne
The Keith & Elizabeth Murdock Travelling Scholarship, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne
RE:public vain glory or vision, The Women’s Gallery, Melbourne
Storehouse, Long Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart
1993 Simpatica, Gallery 101, Melbourne
Artworkz Five, Gallery 101, Melbourne
Director’s Choice, Gallery 101, Melbourne
City of Richmond Acquisitive Art Award, Richmond Town Hall, Melbourne
1992 Artworkz Four, Gallery 101, Melbourne
1988 Landfall, Chameleon Gallery, Hobart
Mini Art, Devonport Gallery Art Centre, Tasmania
3 x 15, Chameleon Gallery, Hobart; TSIT Gallery, Launceston, Tasmania
Postcard to Salamanca, Long Gallery, Hobart
1987 Fabrications: Recent Contemporary Art from Tasmania, Chameleon Gallery, Hobart; George Paton Gallery, University of Melbourne; Praxis Gallery, Perth
1986 Installation, Chameleon Gallery, Hobart
Quarter Pieces, Free Form Gallery, Hobart


professional experience - art teaching & research

2004 Lecturer AHT215 ‘Foundations in Southeast Asian Arts’, School of Creative Arts & Humanities, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia
  DEST Tutor [Department of Education, Science & Training], Online Unit, AHT213 ‘Contemporary Indigenous Art’, School of Creative Arts & Humanities, Charles Darwin University, Darwin
2003-4 Research Assistant to Dr Pascal Tremblay, Desert Knowledge CRC Research Institute, Charles Darwin University, Darwin
2003 Guest lecturer, ‘Apotik Komik’ – Art collective from Jogjakarta, School of Creative Arts & Humanities, Charles Darwin University
2002-4 Artist Researcher, School of Creative Arts & Humanities, Charles Darwin University
1999 Art Teacher, John Oxley College, Brisbane, Australia
1995 Painting Studio Tutor, Monash University, Gippsland School of Art, Victoria, Australia


other professional experience

2013 Art Residency, Foundation OBRAS, Evoramente, Portugal
2012 Workshop, ‘Let’s Salsa!’ in conjunction with video installation Salsa on 9, private venue & Ruang Depan s.14, Bandung, Indonesia
2012 Art Residency, Foundation OBRAS, Evoramente, Portugal
2004 Commissioning of text for Videospa, video work by Krisna Murti, Indonesia
2003 Intercultural communications co-ordinator New Media Art, TRANSIT 8 Views of Indonesia
2002 Intercultural facilitator & interpreter, Undone[Exhibition from Charles Darwin University], Seputih Gallery, Denpasar, Bali
Editor of text, English language version of Wayang Machine, video work by Krisna Murti, Indonesia
2001 Artistic co-ordinator, Shul – International Art Collaboration, Sika Contemporary Art Gallery & Galeri Sembilan, Bali
English language editor, Biography ‘Srihadi Sudarsono’ Dr Jean Couteau, Indonesia
1998 Exhibition co-ordinator, fill this space, Next Wave Festival, Melbourne
1995 Exhibition co-ordinator, Love at the Carlisle Lodge Motel, Melbourne
Exhibition co-ordinator, The Motel Show, Melbourne
1988 Member Board of Management, Chameleon Contemporary Art Space, Hobart
Art residency with Till Fischer, Rokeby Primary School, Hobart
Design & production of Union banner, Community Arts Project, Hobart
1986-7 Student representative, Gallery Committee, Centre of the Arts, University of Tasmania, Hobart


artist talks/seminars/lectures

2012 Public Lecture & Artist Talk, ‘On Video, Performance Art & Installation’, Galeri Soemardja, ITB, Bandung, Indonesia
2009 Artist talk, ‘What if I want to water ski? And other questions’, The Substation, Singapore; Sheraton Utama Hotel, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam
2008 Artist talk, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
Artist talk, ‘The Kebaya and Hijab - Objects of Femininity and Cultural Identity’, The National Archives of Singapore, Singapore
2006 ‘Performing kebaya: Object as cultural text’ Labuan Mini Art Fest 06, Kolej Matrikulasi Labuan, Sabah, Malaysia
Seminar ‘Reading the Kebaya: From Discourse to Vernacular’, Universiti Kegangsaan, Malaysia, Institute of
the Malay World & Civilsation [ATMA] & Institute of Occidental Studies [IKON]
Artist talk, Museum & Gallery, University Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia
2005 Artist talk, Galeri Petronas, Petronas Art Collection Series 3: Narrative Strains, Kuala Lumpur
2004 Artist talk, School of Asian Languages & Studies, University of Tasmania, Launceston, Australia
Artist talk, ‘Through the Kebaya’, Weekly Art Forum Programme, Charles Darwin University
Delegate, 15th Biennale Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, Canberra, ‘Reading the Kebaya’,
2003 Art forum, Universitas Tarumanagara, Jakarta, Indonesia
Artist talk & cross-cultural presentation, In Lingua, Jakarta, Indonesia
2002 Artist talk, Galeri Benda, Jogjakarta, Indonesia
Art forum, Charles Darwin University
Artist talk, Kebaya research project in progress, Lengkokn Cilik, Semarang, Indonesia
2001 Artist talk, Jejaring ARtnetworkers, Rumah Nusantara, Bandung, Indonesia
1999 Artist talk, STKIP Education Training Institute, Singaraja, Bali, Indonesia
1995 Art forum, Weekly Art Forum Programme, Deakin University, Warnambool, Australia
1992 Artist talk, RMIT University Sculpture Department, Melbourne
1991 Artist talk, St Laurence’s College, Brisbane


published writing

“Salsa on 9”, ( s.14, 25 November – 25 December 2012

“What if I Want to Water Ski? And Other Questions: Motivation, process and hope…”, (, What if I Want to Water Ski? And Other Questions, The Substation, Singapore, 2009

“What if I Want to Water Ski? And Other Questions”, (, What if I Want to Water Ski? And Other Questions, Elsie Gallery, Malmsbury, Australia, 2008

“Kedai Kebaya”, ( Kedai Kebaya, Art Space Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, 2005

“Behind ‘Through the Kebaya’” Artery, Vol 1 Issue 1, 2005, Museum & Gallery Services Qld Ltd., Brisbane, pp. 12-13

“Through the Kebaya”, Update, Issue Number 24, 2004, Regional Galleries Association of Queensland, Brisbane

“Reading the Kebaya”, Cribb, Robert (ed.), 2004, Asia Examined: Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, 2004, Canberra, Australia. Canberra: Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) & Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies (RSPAS), The Australian National University Canberra,

“Context, the hidden text”, (, Poem of Words, Budi Siswanto & SE Dewantoro, Borneo Studio, Ubud, Bali, December 2001

“Tokyo/Darwin/Ubud, Inter-inter-cultural”, Preview “Border”, Exhibition by Yoshie Mizuno, Bali Advertiser, 14 November 2001

“Disabled in Bali and Somewhere to Go”, Bali Advertiser, 16 May 2001

Shul(, Shul International Art Collaboration, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia  2001

“sssssshul”  Preview ‘Shul – International Art Collaboration’, Bali Advertiser, 21 March 2001

“Art Woman Stays at Home”, Bali Advertiser, January 2001

“Art Man Walking”, Bali Advertiser, 13 December 2000



Anwar Siswadi, “Berjilbab Sambil Bersalsa”, Koran Tempo, Kamis 20 Desember 2012

Benjamin McKay, “What if I Want to Water Ski? And Other Questions”, Art Monthly Australia,June 2010, #230, pp.40-42

Goh De No, “Challenging stereotypes through art”, The Brunei Times, Bandar Seri Begawan, 23 June 2009

P Marilyn, “Photography exhibition of women in ‘tudung’”, Borneo Bulletin, Bandar Seri Begawan, 23 June 2009

Sulaimah A. Kadir, “Hijab dari Lensa Victoria Cattoni”, Selebriti, Singapore, Jun 2009

Friends of the Museums Newsletter, ‘Textile News’, April 2008, p.10

Hasnul J Saidon, “Kebaya and Her Cousin: Random Order, A Collective Overview of Selected Exhibitions”, Sentap, Issue 4 July-Sept 2006, p.16, Ipoh, Malaysia

Zani Salleh, “Visual Images of ‘Kebaya and it Cousins’”, The Star [North] 10 January 2006

Sharifah Arfah, “Interpreting the kebaya”, New Straits Times, Kuala Lumpur, 13 December 2005, p.L16

Maurice O’Riordan, “The art of Kebaya”, Realtime, Oct-Nov 2004, No63. p.54

Kompas, ‘Pencarian Makna Lewat Imaji Kebaya’, 13 Augustus 2004

Maurice O’Riordan, “Bringing Two Different Sides of Indonesian Culture Together”  Fresh, NT News  July Ed, 24 June 2004

Kompas Jawa Tengah, ‘Kebaya, Pintu Masuk Melihat Budaya’, 17 Desember  2003

Suara Merdeka, 2003, ‘Membaca Kebaya, Membaca Budaya’, 15 Desember

Debbie Sumual, “Kataku tentang kebaya”  Her world Indonesia  Oktober  2003, pp.206-207

Hardiman, “Kebaya, Tubuh, dan Video”  Gatra  No41 Tahun IX  30 Augustus  2003

Kompas, “Perempuan Membaca Kebaya”  23 August  2003, Jakarta

Carla Bianpoen, “Artist Victoria Cattoni’s reading of ‘kebaya’”  The Jakarta Post  August 19  2003

Krisna Murti, 2003, ‘Realitas Dalam Video dan Performance’, Kitsch, Edisi#4, Mei-Juni, pp. 6-7.

Jean Couteau, “Other ways of looking at Balinese feminism” The Jakarta Post  May 8  2003

Brigitta Isworo, “Kebaya di Mata Perempuan Berbagai Bangsa” Kompas  27 April  2003

Asti Musman, “Tawarkan Eksotika lewat Kebaya” Bali Post  27 April  2003

Hardiman, “Memaknai Seni Proses” Gatra  No45 Tahun VIII 28 September  2002, Jakarta

Krisna Murti, “Jalak Bali dan Diaspora” Koran Tempo  3 February  2002, Jakarta, Indonesia

Vappu Titola, “Kukkaisviikkojen komea tunnus syntyy kukkataiteilijian kasissa” (An artist’s impression of the Flower Festival created in petals) Aamulehti  25 July  2001, Tampere, Finland

Jean Couteau,  “Shul: Int’l experiment in installation and performance art” The Jakarta Post  May 10  2001, Jakarta, Indonesia

Hardiman,  “Teror, Kala, dan Niskala” Gatra  April  2001, Jakarta, Indonesia

Nusa  “Upaya Sembilan Seniman Membuat Jejak Kesenimanannya”  5 April  2001, Indonesia

Gulali  “Sebuah proses ‘ritual esthetic’ “ edisi 02/01, Solo, Indonesia

Bali Post  “Sentuhan Bali di Tangan Victoria”, 10 October 1999

Suzanne Spunner, “Dumped by the Next Wave and still standing”, Art Monthly Australia, July 1998

David Cross, "Catching the Sixth Next Wave", Real Time 14, Aug-Sept  1996

“Distance”  Next Wave Catalogue, 1998, Australia

See Spot Run Exhibition catalogue, Next Wave Festival, 1996

Robin Usher, "Love over matter", Herald Sun, 20 March  1996

Current Document Issue Number two “Art, beauty & pleasure”, August 1995, Image/text

Cover, Agenda issue #43, July 1995

Gabrielle Martin, “Conversation Piece 1: loose talk” Agenda, issue #42, May 1995

Robyn McKenzie, The Age 15 March 1995

Robert Nelson, The Age, 1 February 1995

Elizabeth Gertsakis, The Mercury (Hobart), 10 September 1988

Juliana Engberg, “Fabrications - Recent Contemporary Art in Tasmania Exhibition” catalogue, 1987

Heather Curnow, "Fabrications" Art Monthly(Australian), September 1987


awards & grants

2007 NEW WORK GRANT, Australia Council for the Arts, Australia
2005 ASIALINK VISUAL ARTS RESIDENCY, Rimbun Dahan – Kuang & Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
NAARP Director’s Award, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia
2004 COMMENDATION AWARD, Scultpure in the Park, Darwin Fringe Festival, Darwin, Australia
2003 PAT CORRIGAN ARTISTS’ AWARD, National Association of the Visual Arts, Australia
2002-4  AUSTRALIAN POST-GRADUATE AWARD, Charles Darwin University [formerly Northern Territory University], Darwin, Australia
1995 PAT CORRIGAN ARTISTS’ AWARD, [Group] National Association of the Visual Arts, Australia
1993 CITY OF RICHMOND AWARD, Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne
COMMENDATION AWARD, Artworkz Five, Gallery 101, Melbourne
1992 VICTORIAN COLLEGE OF THE ARTS FOUNDATION AWARD, Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne
STUDENT UNION GRANT, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne
1989 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GRANT, Visual Arts Residency, VACB of Australia Council, Italy
1988 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GRANT, Tasmanian Arts Advisory Board, Tasmania
1981 WATERCOLOUR AWARD, Hinchinbrook Shire Council Annual Art, Exhibition, Ingham



Australian High Commission, Singapore
Universiti Sains Malaysia Museum & Art Gallery, Penang, Malaysia
Richmond City Council, Melbourne, Australia
Hinchinbrook Shire Council, Ingham, Australia
Private collections


links to online articles and information

Interview by Nur Diyana Johah for Youth Singapore 2009…

Channel News Asia entry 2009…

The Substation, What’s On, June 2009…

Brunei FM, Local News Report, June 2009…

Centre for South East Asian Studies, Xiamen University article…

Online catalogue entry for Arena Jakarta Biennale XIII 2009…

Short clip of walk round work ‘Nyonya’s Kebaya, Baba’s Desire’ in exhibition Objects & Desire NUS, Singapore 2007…

Art for Nature Exhibition 2005, Rimbun Dahan, Malaysia…

‘The Art of Kebaya’ Article by Maurice O’Riordan, RealTime issue #63 Oct-Nov 2004...

Flyer for Artist Talk, La Salle College of the Arts, Singapore, Oct 2008…

Asialink University of Melbourne, List of past residents…

Entry ‘Reading Kebaya’, Ruang Mes 56,  Indonesian Contemporary Photography, Jogjakarta, Indonesia…

‘Kebaya dari Perspektif Victoria Cattoni’, Gudeg Arts Journal, Indonesia 2004, Bahasa Indonesia…

News article, Endonesa Net, Indonesia 2004, Bahasa Indonesia…

‘Reading the Kebaya’ Peer reviewed paper presented at the 15th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia in Canberra 29 June-2 July 2004…

‘Membaca Kebaya, Membaca Budaya’ Article Suara Merdeka,
Indonesia 2003, Bahasa Indonesia…

‘Victoria Cattoni: Membaca Kebaya’ Kompas, Jakarta 2003,
Bahasa Indonesia…

Australia Indonesia Arts Alliance entry…

Australia Indonesia Arts Alliance entry…

Victoria Cattoni at Seniwati Gallery, Bali Discover Tours,
Bali Update #157, 1999…