My current research focuses on the intersection of art history and material culture, with a particular emphasis on aspects of contemporary art practice. This research has three developing but related threads: art & material culture in post-quake Christchurch; history and theory of the artist's book; and contemporary photography.
- Garrie B. (2017) Walking the Post-quake City: (re)making place in Ōtautahi Christchurch. In Grierson E (Ed.), Transformations: Art and the City: 233-247. Bristol: Intellect Press.
- Garrie BAC. (2017) A History of Fragments: Julia Holderness's 'The Group: homewares'. In Paton K (Ed.), ObjectSpace Anthology Auckland: ObjectSpace.
- Garrie BAC. and Ibbotson R. (2017) Things Change: Art and Material Culture in Post-quake Ōtautahi Christchurch. Christchurch: Royal Society Te Apārangi 150th Anniversary Lecture: Responding to earthquakes - future perspectives, 02 Aug 2017.
- McQuarrie C., Podmore C. and Garrie BAC. (2017) Tunnels, pits, pools. Wellington.
- Garrie BAC. (2016) Circle magazine, feminism and the archive. University of Canterbury: Inviting In: exploring 30 years of homosexual law reform. Curated by Erin Kimber (exhibition public programme), 17 Oct 2016.