Apothecary Archive

Dr Gareth Jenkins

Research paper on Mannix presented at The Contemporary Outsider Art: the Global Context conference, Melbourne University, October 2014

"ANTHONY MANNIX & The Australian Collection of Outsider Art", OZ Arts, Spring 2014 (extended quotations from my writing on Mannix).

"Erotomania: Eroticism in the work of Anthony Mannix".                        Elsewhere, Issue 1, 2013

"Framing Madness: Anthony Mannix and the Art of Schizophrenia". International Journal of the Arts in Society. Volume 5, Issue 6. 2012.

"The First Person Stands: Admitting Unknowing into the Discourse of Instruction". Outskirts: feminisms along the edge, Vol 20, 2009. University of Western Australia.

Jenkins, G.S. “The Engine Room of Psychosis: Machines in the Cosmology of Anthony Mannix”, Vitalpoetics: A Journal of Critical Literary Theory Vol.1, No.1, 2008.

Jenkins, G.S. “Anthony Mannix: Translator of Strange Occurrences”. Commissioned by the Museum of South Australia for the catalogue to the 2008 Adelaide Biennial.

Jenkins, G.S. “Reality: A ‘Relatively’ Private Anagram”, Creativity, Madness and Civilization. Ed.: Richard Pine. Newcastle UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.

Jenkins, G.S. “Narratives of Self: ‘the missing piece / in the jigsaw of sanity’: Antonin Artaud, Anthony Mannix, Sandy Jeffs, Geoff Prince, Graeme Doyle and Francis Webb”, literary article in the publication, For Matthew & Others: Journeys with Schizophrenia. Sydney: Published by the University of NSW in association with Campbelltown Arts Centre and Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, Penrith, 2006. 

Jenkins, G.S. “Anthony Mannix: A Being of Art”, artist’s profile in the publication, For Matthew & Others: Journeys with Schizophrenia. Sydney: Published by the University of NSW in association with Campbelltown Arts Centre and Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, Penrith, 2006.

Schiemer, G., Ingham, S., Scott, J., Hull, A., Lock D., Balez D., Jenkins, G., Burnett, I., Potard, G., and O’Dwyer, M. (2004) “CHESS: Configurable Hemisphere Environment for Spatialised Sound”, pp. 53-56. Australasian Computer Music Conference: University of Victoria, Wellington.