Danius Kesminas Biography


Born Melbourne, Australia


Bachelor of Fine Arts (Sculpture), Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Melbourne


Masters of Fine Art, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Melbourne



Slave Pianos and Punkasila




The Fountain of Prosperity, SculptureCenter, New York


WANGSA MARABAHAYA / CRASH NATION, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney


Slave Pianos, PUNKASILA, Pipeline to Oblivion, 3 projects by Danius Kesminas and

collaborators, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne


PUNKASILA: The Havana Affair, One Galeri, Jakarta Barat, Indonesia

EMBEDDED WITH PUNKASILA, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney, Australia
PUNKASILA – Conspicuous Objects, Kedai Kebun Forum, Yogyakarta Indonesia

PUNKASILA band project Cemeti Art Foundation (CAF), Indonesian Institute of Art, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

VODKA SANS FRONTIERS, Klaipeda Art Exhibition Hall, Klaipeda, Lithuania 
, Silvershot, Melbourne

The Histrionic Heretical Missionaries of Conceptual Art/Rock Evangelism present Museum Fatigue, CD Launch, Cherry Bar, Melbourne, Australia
Konzeptuelle Kunste Karaoke, The Farm Brisbane, Australia

NEVER MIND THE POLLOCKS – HERE’S THE HISTRIONICS, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney, Australia

Flogging a Dead Source, exhibition launching The Histrionic album Never Mind the Pollocks, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
Pretty Flagrant, exhibition launching The Histrionic album, Never Mind the Pollocks, Kjubh, Cologne, Germany
International Studio Programme, Künstlerhaus Galleries, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany

Preview of the histrionics forthcoming CD, single performance, Neuer Aachener Kunstverien, Aachen, Germany
HUGHBRIS, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney, Australia

The Broccoli Maestro and The Strange Voyage of Bas Jan Ader, Chamber Operas by Slave Pianos, (with Michael Stevenson, Rohan Drape and Neil Kelly), Malksten, Dusseldorf, Germany.

Daily Practice, (with Michael Stevenson), ACCA, Melbourne, 
Australia, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, 
Australia, Artspace, Auckland, New Zealand
Slave Pianos Internationale Biennale 2000 – Songs of Life, (with Michael Stevenson, Rohan Drape and Neil Kelly), RMIT Gallery, Court House Hotel and ACCA, Melbourne, Australia
Slave Pianos, (with Michael Stevenson, Rohan Drape and Neil Kelly), China Art Objects Gallery, Los Angeles, USA, Lovers, Melbourne, Australia
The Compromised Economy of Desire and Fear, with the Slave Pianos Collective, The Public Office Carpark, Melbourne, Australia

Slave Pianos (with Michael Stevenson, Rohan Drape and Neil Kelly), Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney, Australia
!! Emancipate the dissonance!! (with Slave Pianos) Lombard/Freid Fine Arts, New York, USA

Logos (with Ben Morieson), Adelaide Festival, Memorial Drive Tennis Centre, Adelaide,Australia

TRANS, with Pat Scull, h., Melbourne, Australia
Kiddies Kube, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney, Australia

Live Injection, 1st Floor, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Australia
The Expanded Field (with Callum Morton), 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne, Australia
Hot Property (incendiary event with Ben Morieson), Avondale Heights, Melbourne

False Day, Studio 12, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne, Australia

Playing Field, 41 Gold Street, Collingwood, Melbourne, Australia

Pure Difference, 41 Gold Street, Collingwood, Melbourne, Australia
Speculum, 52 Provost Street, North Melbourne, Australia



Rebels, Radicals and Pathfinders, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia


The End of Time. The Beginning of Time. Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, curated by Mark Feary

Double A-side
, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney


The Lepidopters- A Space Opera, MOFO 2014, Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, Australia

Slave Pianos, Ian Potter Centre, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

The Lepidopters- A Space Opera, Societet Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

The Lepidopters- A Space Opera, Arts House, North Melbourne Town Hall, Australia


Melbourne Now, (Slave Pianos), National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

My Avant-Garde is Bigger Than Yours, Kings Artist Run Initiative, Melbourne, Australia

Drunk vs Stoned III, Neon Parc, Melbourne, Australia

In Confidence: Reorientations in Recent Art, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth, Australia


Pilieciai, Tvarkykime Parkus!: Lithuania Travelling Studio Exhibition, Melbourne School of Design, University of Melbourne

This is what I do, Curated by Wes Hill, CAST, Hobart, Tasmania

Test Pattern, Curated by Geoff Newton, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne


Group exhibition, Platform Public Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne

This is what I do, Metro Arts Galleries, Brisbane

Halleluhwah!, Hommage a Can, Galerie Abtart, Stuttgart, Germany, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany

Text (as) Image, Level 17 Artspace, Victoria University, Melbourne


The Same River Twice, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia  

The Communism of Forms: Sound + Image + Time – The Strategy of Music Video, Art Gallery of York University, Toronto, Canada (The Histrionics)

Punkasila - Punkasalsa, Tenth Biennale of Havana, Cuba

I want you to want me, Marx & Zavattero, San Francisco, USA.


COVER - REENCENACAO + REPETICAO, Curated by Fernando Oliva, Museu de Arte Moderna, MAM, De Sao Paulo, Brazil

Sold on Soylent (Sculpture’s back in town) And/Or Gallery, Dallas, Texas, USA

Under the Influence, QUT Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia

The Led Zeppelin World Tour, S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney, Australia


FLUXUS EAST: FLUXUS NETWORKS IN CENTRAL EASTERN EUROPE, with Slave Pianios, Künstlerhaus Bethanien Berlin,     Germany

Dedicated Follower of Fashion, The Carlton Hotel, Melbourne, Australia

Rules of engagement, West Space, Melbourne Australia

DE OVERKANT/DOWN-UNDER, The Hague Sculpture, The Netherlands

Saloon at Moscow Biennale, Moscow Russia

A Constructed World, VCA Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Concern, Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta, Indonesia and VCA Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

This was the future…Australian Sculpture of the 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s + Today, Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, Australia

Elvis has left the building – Urban Legends, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth Cultural Centre, Western Australia
40 Jahre: Fluxus und die Flogen, Kulturamt, Wiesbaden (curated by Rene Block)

The Broccoli Maestro and The Strange Voyage of Bas Jan Ader, Chamber Operas by Slave Pianos, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany.
Wiederaufnahme – Retake, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany
The Broccoli Maestro. A Chamber Opera in Two Acts for Six Voices and Six Players. Libretto by Slave Pianos, presented in collaboration with Chamber Made Orchestra, North Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia
Burnout 2001:art meet street meet, a Ben Morieson project, Docklands, Melbourne, Australia

Uncommon Worlds, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Non-Objective Brass, Slave Pianos with The Burley Griffin Brass Band, National Galley of Australia, Canberra 
Slave Pianos, 4th Sergey Kuryokhin Festival, Leningrad Palace of Youth, St.Petersburg, Russia
Rent, Overgaden, Copenhagen, Denmark, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia

What Your Children Should Know About Conceptualism, (with Michael Stevenson), Neuer Aachener Kunstverein and Brandenburgischer Kunstverein Potsdam, Germany 
The Queen is Dead, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
Toi, Toi, Toi, with Michael Stevenson, Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany, Auckland Art Gallery

Close Quarters, Contemporary Art from Australia and New Zealand, touring exhibition; Monash University Gallery and ACCA, Melbourne, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Canberra School of Art Gallery, Canberra, Govett-Brewster Gallery, New Plymouth, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin and Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand

Strolling, the art of arcades, boulevards, barricades, publicity, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne, Australia

Art=Advertising, Robert Lindsay Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

The Expanded Field, with Callum Morton and Anna Nervegna, 200 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, Australia 
Room of Circles, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

5.25.41 (curator and participating artist), 41 Gold Street, Collingwood, Australia
P.S., with Alexandra Bertram, University of Melbourne gallery, Melbourne, Australia

john doe, 200 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, Australia

(un)authorized duplication, 200 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, Australia

Globality, installation with Basis, 183 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia
Subterror, with Natalie Jeremijenko, Spencer Street underpass, Melbourne, Australia

Incendiary 14.09.91, installation and documentation in collaboration with Basis, 41 Gold Street, Collingwood, Australia


Logos, with Ben Morieson, Adelaide Festival, Memorial Drive Tennis Centre, Adelaide, Australia

Hot Property, with Ben Morieson, Avondale Heights, Victoria, Australia

Forgetting, three events with Ben Morieson, Stanley, Launceston and Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Section, fire event with Ben Morieson and Andrius Lipsys, New Farm Power Station, Brisbane, Australia
Short Circuit, fire event with Ben Morieson and Andrius Lipsys, New Farm, Power Station, Brisbane, Australia
Irruption, fire event with Ben Morieson, Parkville, Australia
Cum On Feel The Noize, fire event with Ben Morieson and Andrius Lipsys, Livid Festival, Brisbane, Australia

Crypt Arc, fire event with Andrius Lipsys, part of Breathe Forum, IMA, Brisbane, Australia
Resistance, fire event with Ben Morieson, part of the Fifth Australian Sculpture Triennial, Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Bulleen, Victoria, Australia

Untitled, desert sculpture 50km south of Bourke, NSW, Australia
Deep Rock Tracer, fire event with Ben Morieson, Yarra River, Melbourne, Australia
Ek-Stasis, fire event with Ben Morieson, Peninsula Pottery, Tyabb, Victoria, Australia

Fire Line, fire event, Vilnius, Lithuania
New York Consequence, fire event filmed by Jonas Mekas, New York City, USA
Incendiary 14.09.91, fire event in collaboration with Basis, demolished C.U.B. site, Carlton, Australia



Moscow Stations/Last Stop East Part II: Continent of Sorrow, Lithuanian House, Melbourne, Australia

Moscow Stations/Last Stop East Part I: Charms of Entropy, National Gallery of Art, Vilnius, Lithuania

The Lepidopters: A Space Opera Part V, Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane, Australia


Sometimes - History needs a Push, The Lepidopters: Trio Terra Bajraghosa / Iwank Celenk/ Danius Kesminas, Yogyakarta, Indonesia Rough Machine ⚡ Soft Power, Biennale Jogja XIII. Stage performances at Jogja National Museum and street parades (University of Yogyakarta Sports Arena, JNM to Alun-Alun Kidul to JNM & Mandala Krida Football Stadium


The Lepidoptors: A Science Fiction Space Opera, Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia
The Lepidoptors: A Science Fiction Space Opera Part I, MONA FOMA, Hobart, Australia
The Lepidoptors: A Science Fiction Space Opera Part II, Yes No Klub, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
The Lepidoptors: A Science Fiction Space Opera Part III, Astra/Arts House, Melbourne, Australia
The Lepidoptors: A Science Fiction Space Opera Part IV, Darwin Festival, Darwin, Australia

A Sedimentation of the Mind, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia


The Histrionics, La Trobe University Museum of Art


Punkasila, Tenth Biennale of Havana, Cuba, 28 March 2009


The Histrionics, Big Day Out, Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, Australia, 28th January 2008

The Histrionics, The Palais, St Kilda, Melbourne, Australia, 17th February 20082007                        

SILVER CLOUDS / ELECTRIC CHAIR, A WAR OF CURRENTS: FLOATING PAINTINGS & PIANO EXECUTION- $250 / 250 Clouds / 200 People / 88 Notes / 2000 Volts - Andy Warhol Silver Clouds (1966) / Slave Pianos Electric Chair (2007) with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company.

22nd October, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne , Australia

The Histrionics: Crimes Against Humanities Tour, (June), Australian Opening Party - Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy; Fluc, Vienna, Austria;

Den Haag Sculptuur: De Overkant/Down Under, The Netherlands, Ballhaus, Berlin, Germany.                                                     

Slave Pianos present Dissident Consonances: Fluxus/Sajudis, A musical theatre featuring Vytautas Landsbergis, Alison Knowles, Geoffrey Hendricks, Ben Patterson, Eric Anderson, Tamas St. Auby, Larry Miller and Ben Vautier, Art Forum Berlin, Germany

PUNKASILA at APT5, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane Australia

PUNKASILA, Ding Dong Lounge, Melbourne, Australia.

The Histrionics at ACMI, Melbourne Australia Wednesday, 2 May 2007                                                       

SLAVE PIANOS & the ASTRA CHOIR present: DissidentConsonances or The Iron Curtain, The Flux-Labyrinth & Lithuanian House or Chairman George Maciunas & President Vytautas Landsbergis, 26th & 27th May, Lithuanian House, Melbourne, Australia

PUNKASILA: Permission to fire -Concert and launch of Acronym Wars CD, 4 March 2007, Kedai Kebun Forum, Yogyakarta Indonesia

The Histrionics: Live at ACMI, Wednesday 2 May 2007, 7pm

PUNKASILA: Permission to fire – Concert and launch of Acronym Wars CD, 4 March 2007, Kedai Kebun Forum, Yogyakarta Indonesia

The Histrionics: Live at ACMI, Wednesday 2 May 2007, 7pm

Slave Pianos: Rendition & Interrogation, in multi-mix: performance and demonstration, Sunday 22 October 2006, 12:00-3:30pm, Level 4 in the Multiplicity Exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.

Australian performance art night, Gossip Pop, at the Glamour Bar, Shanghai with “The Shanghai Dumplings”, 9pm, Monday, 3 September

Punkasila, Penjabaran Singatan Indoenesia (P.S.I) (Dismantling Indonesian Acronyms), Acronym Wars, Radical Café, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

The Histrionics with Martin Creed, Ding Dong Lounge, Melbourne.

The Histrionics, Cherry Bar, Melbourne.

The Histrionics, L’Oreal Fashion Week, GPO, Melbourne

Two Lives in Flux and Vice Versa, National Drama Theatre, Vilnius, Lithuania

with The Histrionics, Museum Fatigue Tour, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius; Klaipeda, Lithuania; Künstlerhaus Bethanien Gmbh,

Berlin; Dusseldorf, Germany; Luxembourg; Bassin Vauban, Strasbourg; Castel Coucou, Forbach, France

with special guests, Konzeptuelle Kunste Karaoke, un Magazine #1 launch, Kings artist-run initiative, Melbourne, Australia

with The Histrionics, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, 

PICA, Perth, Australia, Artspace, Sydney, The Cherry Bar, Melbourne, Australia

Konzeptuelle Kunste Karaoke, The Farm, Brisbane, Australia


Never Mind the Pollocks Tour with The Histrionics, Green Square Hotel, Sydney, Australia, Ding Dong Lounge, Melbourne, Australia,

Town Hall Hotel, North Melbourne, Australia

Galerie Alimentation Generale, Luxembourg, Casino – Forum d’art Contemporain, Luxembourg, Bergstubl, Berlin, Germany,

Blijburg, Amsterdam, Holland, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany, Club Zero, Aachen, Germany, Kunsthaus, Dresden,

Germany, Magazin4, Vorarlberger Kunstverein, Bregenz, Austria, heeresbaeckerei-kultur, Berlin, Germany

Foreign Knowledge (documentary monodrama), Old Court House Building, Ballarat, Australia

40 Jahre: Fluxus und die Flogen (with Arditti String Quartet), Wiesbaden Museum, Wiesbaden, Germany

The Strange Voyage of Bas Jan Ader, Klangbrucke, Aachen & Malkasten, Dusseldorf, Germany

The Broccoli Maestro (with Chamber Made Opera), North Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia

Non-Objective Brass, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Aperto (with Graeme Leak), Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne
A Long Tale with Many Notes (with DeFLOCKeD String Quartet), RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Non-Objective Labour: Towards a Dialectical Theory of Corruption (with Krasnyi String Quartet), Baltyiski Dom Theatre, St. Petersburg and the Contemporary Music Centre, Moscow, Russia
The Compromised Economy of Desire and Fear, The Public Office, Melbourne, Australia

Slave Chamber (with Flux String Quartet), Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, New York, USA
Anti-Jazz (with Barney McAll and the Ben-tet), Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, New York, USA
Caged Uncaged: Unleash the Beasts (with DJ Olive), Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, New York, USA



Slave Pianos, The Gift – Redaction and Decontamination, Discipline No.1, Winter 2011


The Histrionics, Video Art Lyrics, State of the Arts, July-Sept 2004


Berkowitz Situations, Broadsheet, page 21, Vol 26 No.




Spaced 3: north by southeast, residency organised by International Art Space, Perth, and FABRIKKEN for Kunst of Design,Copenhagen


NIDA Art Colony Artist in Residence, Nida, Lithuania


Kunstlerhaus Bethanien Studio Residency, Berlin.


Studio residency, Gertrude Street Artist’s Spaces, Melbourne, Australia


Heidelberg School Art Award


Nexus Designs Traveling Art Award for Sculpture


Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney


Ambarwati, N. Fine Arts: The militaristic act Punkasila www.artsmanagement.net, posted 5 May 2007

Baker Fish, Bob, Mona Foma Festival - Hobart, Tasmania 2014, Cyclic Defrost,


Ball, A. & Clarkson, J. Only Livid at Heart, The Brisbane Review, 14 January 1993

Bryan, B. Punks not dead, it’s just curated nowhttp://www.mtviggy.com/articles/indonesias-punkasila-is-more-punk-art-than-art-punk/

Christanto, D. http://milisi.org/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=3817http://blogs.arts.unimelb.edu.au/arielh/2007/06/07/seni-dan-politik-punkasila/

Colless, E. Thinking inside the box The Weekend Australian 28 – 29 May 2005

Cooper, S. Resistance, edited by Vanessa Bird & Harriet Edquist, The Culture of Landscape Architecture, Edge Publishing, Melbourne, 1994

Cross, D. Danius Kesminas, review, World Art, Issue 16

Clement, T. GI Joke, Metro, Sydney Morning Herald, 27 April, 2007

Dannatt, A. Duchamp and Beuys, not Debussy and Beethoven, The Art Newspaper, No.99 January 2000

Day, C.The expanded field A  short ride in a fast machine – Gertrude contemporary art spaces 1985 – 2005. Melbourne: Black Inc, 2005. p87

Dirgantoro, W. Permission to fire in Broadsheet September 2007, pp. 190-191

Duncan, M. Self-Created Worlds, Art in America, October 2002

Dwyer, M. The Lepidopters: Stage show not of this world, The Age, 5 April 2014

Ed. What’s on Melbourne The Australian Financial Review 1-3 June 2007, p.L4

Ed. http://www.contraindicaciones.net/2009/04/cosas-de-la-10-bienal-de-la-ha.html

Edwards, L. Blurring the lines in The Age, Friday 17 September 2010, p. 20

Feary, M. & Maidment, S. Slave to the Rhythm in CAC INTERVIU issue 9-10 / spring – summer 2008 / Conversation about art, pp. 30-34.

Feary, M. Slave Pianos | Punkasila | Pipeline to Oblivion, in Art & Australia¸ Vol. 49 No. 2, p.325

Fitzgerald, M. Exploding with laughter Time 7 May 2007, pp. 59-60.

Gawronski, A. Danius Kesminas: hughbris, Eyeline, Spring 2002

Gawronski, A. Danius Kesminas, Broadsheet, Volume 33, No. 1 Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, February – May 2004

Hansen, D. Politics of art, Sightlines Critical Guide, The Age, 1 June, 2007

Hearst, A. Show #18: Sold on Soylent (Sculpture’s Back In Town) in Fluent Collaborativehttp://www.fluentcollab.org/mbg/index.php/reviews/review/107/65

Hibbert, L. Cover and editorial, Un. Magazine, Issue 1, August 2004

Hjorth, L. Mortgage, review, Broadsheet, Volume 29/4, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, December 2000

Holcroft, J. Slave Pianos, review, LIKE Art Magazine, No.9 Winter 1999

Hurrell, J, Self Broadcasting as Community Television, Eye Contact, 14 September 2011,http://eyecontactsite.com/2011/09/self-broadcasting-as-community-television

Jackson, B. Changing and Persisting Notions of the Avant Garde, Eyeline, #22/23 Summer 1993

Jeremijenko, N. Incendiary, The Interior, #3 & 4, 4 February 1992

Kelly, E. Oh Fluxus, it goes on and on and on in The Australian – Arts 25 October 2007, p. 12

Kesminas, D. The head man talketh’ interview with David Byrne, State of the Arts, January – March 2006

Kesminas, D. Histrionics: museum fatigue, Poster Magazine, Issue 8, Autumn 2005

Koop, S. Never Mind the Pollocks…., Broadsheet, Volume 33, No. 1 Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, February – May 2004

Koop, S. Notes on the Difference between the First and Ground Floors, Good Thinking, words and pictures on contemporary art,catalogue essay, 1st Floor Artists and Writers Space, Melbourne 2000

Koop, S. Crackle… - Contemporary art from the middle of nowhere, Institute of

Modern Art, Brisbane 2008

Kremer, B. Absolut Kesminas Broadsheet Vol. 34 No. 4, Dec 05 – Feb 06

Kremer, B. Künstlerhaus Bethanien Berlin Internationales Atelierprogramm 2002/2003, Germany

Low, N. Punkasila at MUMA, Art Monthly # 244, October 2011. p.30

McCauliffe, C., Loving the Alien: Danius Kesminas and Punkasila, ARTAND Vol.53 No.1, Summer 2014, pp 96 – 103.

McDonald, J. The Broccoli Maestro, catalogue essay, published by Slave Pianos, October 2001

McDonald, J. Slave Pianos – Pianology, liner notes, Slave Pianos A Diagnosis 1998-2001, published by Revolver, Germany, 2001

McSpedden, S. Critical Mass in Eyeline Number 75, pub. Brisbane 2011, pp.61-63

Maloney, E. Consuming ArtArt Monthly, No.99 May 1997

Millie, J. M16s for punks in Inside Indonesia 90: Oct-Dec 2007, www.insideindonesia.org/content/view/621/47

Montgomery, J. The strange tale of the Lucky Country, the cultural cringe and the flight of the Tall Poppies in Art Monthly Australia, #215, November 2008, pp. 32 - 35

Morrell, T. Carribean Communism – the last resort: 10th Havana Biennial in Broadsheet, Volume 38.2, p. 144

Morrell, N. I want to go everywhere and meet everyone: a chat with Danius Kesminas of Punkasila in Art Apart of Culture, 15 May 2013, http://www.artapartofculture.net/2013/05/15/voglio-andare-ovunque-e-conoscere-tutti-una-chiacchierata-con-danius-kesminas-dei-punkasila/

Morse, E. A Play on Words, Artnews, April 2000

Mudie Cunningham, D. The Art of Noise in Artist Profile, Issue 5 2008, pp. 60-61

Murray K. Soft diplomacy in heavy metal, Inside Indonesia 112: April – June 2013

Murray, K. Authentic punk, handmade with attitude in Indonesia in Craft Unbound, 7 March 2010,http://www.craftunbound.net/medium/world/authentic-punk-handmade-with-attitude-in-indonesia

Nelson, R. Punk rocking the old order, The Age, 2 June 2011.

Newton, G. Test Pattern, exhibition catalogue, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne

O’Connell, S. Slave Pianos, review, art/text #67 1999

One Galeri, Havana Affair - Fundraising Exhibition, Punkasila and Friends, exhibition catalogue,

Galeri One, Jakarta, Indonesia

Palmer, D. Looking back: Solo Shows Frieze Issue 96 January – February 2006

Peters, P. Danius Kesminas & The Histrionics in De Overkant/Down Under – Den Haag Sculptuur 07, Den Haag Sculptuur, The Hague, 2007, pp. 56-57.

Te Koha, N. Band gets $10,000 grant, The Herald Sun, 27 May 2007

Rahn, K. & Titz, S.Slave Pianos, catalogue essay, ‘Wiederaufnahme-Retake’, published by Revolver, Germany 2001

Rainforth, D. Art-punk outfit packs a punch, The Age, 9 May 2011

Rainforth, D. Review: Slave Pianos/Punkasila/Pipeline to oblivion in UN Magazine Issue 5.2, Pub. Melbourne 2011, pp.30-35

Riyanto, G.

Rule, D. Slave Pianos, Punkasila and Pipeline to Oblivion at MUMA, Broadsheet, 26 May 2011

Shadbolt, B. Daily Practice, exhibition catalogue essay, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, October 2000

Shaw, J. A Work on a Critic’s Collision, Cultural and Vehicular, The New York Times, 7 March 2002

Smee, S. Slave to the musicreview, Sydney Morning Herald, 10 August 1999

Snell, T. Confronting catastrophe, The Weekend Australian, 14-15 December 2002

Thompson, G. Punkasila, Foreign Correspondent, ABC TV, Tuesday 22 May 2007, 9:20pm

Vella, K. Danius Kesminas: Konzeptuelle Künst Karaoke, LocalART, Issue no. 12, June 2004

Webb, P.Clouds mostly hot air second time around in The Age 24 October 2007, p. 21

Webb, P. Histrionics drip it good, The Age, 21 December 2004

Webb, P. With a Song in his Art, The Age Metro, 6 May 2005

Winchester, R. Australia in Art Asia Pacific Art Almanac, 2005/2006