Lectures , TV appearance and Radio Interviews


Left Shift, Radical Politics in the 1970s. Panelists: Vaughan Grylls (artist), Alexis Hunter (artist) and David Medalla (artist). Chair: Peter Cross (curator), Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 2010.


Radio interview National News New Zealand on the Anti - Nuclear Mural in Auckland 2009

Talk given during the Aggression exhibition curated by Marlina Sevova, Winterthur Museum 2008

Public Talk God the Father the Bunkier Sztuki Galleries in Cracow Poland 2007

Cracow TV News interview on The Object series 2007

Interviewed on Kracow Radio 2007

Interviewed on National Radio New Zealand on The Feminist Art Movement 2007

During Wack! Art and the Feminist Revolution at the Museum of Modern Art in Los Angeles held Talk in Gallery and interviewed on NSB TV by Cary Berglund 2007

Symposium during the Norwich show Alexis Hunter/ Radical Feminism of the 1970s

Video interview with Darcy Lange shown on National TV New Zealand 2005

From the Interior, reviewed on BBC World Service, CNE Television, and Southern Television, January 1998

Public Lecture given at Aberystwyth Art Centre, Wales,1998

Interview on own work with Elizabeth Alley, National Radio New Zealand 1996

Interview with Mark Amery on own work March 1998, National Radio, New Zealand 1998

Public Lecture Salon New work in Collections, Arts Station, Auckland, New Zealand 1998

Eastern Polytechnic Symposium, Napier New Zealand 1998

Lecture Artists On the Internet at Artists Association in Auckland 1996

BBC radio 4 interview, Kaleidoscope feature, Salome's Dance 1995

Public lecture 'Cultural Difference' at the Women's Cultural Centre, Sharjah 1994

Lectured in the United Arab Emirates - the American School, Women's Technological College and the Women's College of Technology in Ras Al Khaimah1994

Lectures held at the Auckland Society of Arts, Victoria University and the Elam School of Fine Arts, New Zealand 1993

Edited experimental Super 8 films with Vivianne Smith Anatomy of a Friendship 1973, Approaches to Fear 1978 and Domestic Warfare 1979, for presentation to the New Zealand National Film Archive 1993

Director of The Artists Forum presenting illustrated lectures before a public debate on the relationship between Art, Sexuality and Money at the London School of Economics and Political Science, 1993

Public lecture On Painting and Printmaking, The London Print Workshop 1992

Interviewed London and Auckland for the film by Shirley Horrocks Pleasures and Dangers (Camera :Leon Narbey) for the New Zealand Film Commission 1990

For the Birbeck College, London University, directed course Artists Talking 1990

Lectured at Darlington, St Albans and Kingston Colleges of Art 1990

Lectured on own work at Auckland City Art Gallery 1989

Joan Miro: Paintings and Drawings 1929-41 public lecture at the Whitechapel Gallery, London 1989

The Horizon: Reality or Metaphor? lecture delivered at the Association of Art Historians Fifteenth Annual Conference at the Tate Gallery, London 1989

Lectured on own work at Auckland City Art Gallery 1987

'Why Paint?' public lecture at Institute of Contemporary Arts, London 1986

Interviewed in Sexuality, Image and Identity' in the Channel 4 television series The State of the Art' 1985

Appeared in Gervaise Soeurouge's video Studio 5 which accompanied the exhibition 'Passion and Power' in New York 1985

Talk on Narrative sequences at the National Art Gallery, New Zealand 1985

Spoke at Outreach, Auckland 1985

Women and Art' public lecture at Mary Ward Centre, London 1985

Appeared in film Lives of Artists by Monica Morawietz, Sue Aron and Rowena Rowling 1984

Young Contemporaries Conference, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London 1984

Lectured at the Women and the Arts Conference, Third Eye Centre, Glasgow 1984

Contributed to Liverpool Artists' Workshop Lecture Program 1984

Lecture on Feminist Art at the Women in Literature Festival, Polytechnic of North London 1983

Spoke at A.I.R. Gallery, (the New York Women Artist's collective) on British Feminist Art 1983

Contributed to 'Post Modernism' forum at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London. 1982

Experimental Public Workshop with the Liverpool poet Adrian Henri at the Serpentine Gallery, London 1981


Women in Media and Communication public lecture at London College of Printing and Body Politic at the Hayward Gallery, London 1979

Photography as an Art Form public lecture given at the Institute of Contemporary Arts and at the Hayward Gallery, London 1978

Interviewed on video by James Scott and Nina Kellgren, shown at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London 1978

Female Imagery in Women's Art Practice public lecture at Air Gallery, London and SoHo Gallery, New York 1977