(Picture RHS Installation view, Composition with Royal New Zealand Airforce Red Checkers for five-channel video installation, 25 meters x 3 meters, five-channels audio, 2009, Unnerved, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia)
Cubitt, S., Palmer, D., Walkling, L.,(2012), Moving Image Review & Art Journal MIRAJ
Kavenagh, M., (2010), Alex Monteith Real and Present Danger, Unnerved: The New Zealand Project, Publisher: Queensland Art Gallery, 21 & pp 94-97, ISBN: 9781921503115
Butt, D. Alex Monteith. Last Ride in a Hot Air Balloon 4th Auckland Triennial, 92-93
Bryant, J. (2010). “Image/War” the absorbing and apolitical nature of the everyday, aesthetics and play in Kathryn Bigelow’s Hurt Locker, Lee Miller’s Prison Guard and Alex Monteith’s Composition with Royal New Zealand Air Force Red Checkers. In G. Porter (Ed.), Natural Selection no. 7, 131-133. Retrieved from http://naturalselection.org.nz/s/7.13_Jan_Bryant.pdf
Laird, T. (2010). Risk & the Politics of Place: Alex Monteith, Accelerated Geographies. Real Time Magazine Issue #100, 41. Retrieved from http://www.realtimearts.net/article/100/10126
Monteith, A. L., Butt, D., & Robertson, N. (2010). White pages, dark matter: the Wellington collaboratorium with Gregory Sholette. Wellington, N.Z.: Enjoy Public Art Gallery.
Smith, A., #4 Winter, Last Ride in a Hot Air Balloon, Art New Zealand No. 134, 32-33
Williams, B., Working at the cutting edge of technology and materiality, Surface Asia 03 Fashion Design Architecture Art Culture, 180, ISSN 208 747 66
Brennan, S. (2010). Machine Vision; Alex Monteith. Eyeline Contemporary Visual Arts No. 72, 26-30.
Clifford, A. (2010, July 24). Speed queen. New Zealand Listener, Issue 3663. Retrieved from http://www.listener.co.nz/culture/art/speed-queen/
Hurrell, J. (2010, October). Monteith Survey in New Plymouth. Eye Contact. Retrieved from http://eyecontactsite.com/2010/10/monteith-survey-in-new-plymouth
Were, V., Flying in the face of convention, Art News New Zealand, Winter 2010, Vol 30 #2, 52- 55
Monteith, A. L. (2008). Cities is Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino presented by Alex Monteith as a list of Invisible Cities’ adjectival collective common compound concrete countable mass plural proper possessive singular uncountable nouns and page numbers in chronological order as printed in the 1997 Vintage publication translated from the Italian by William Weaver. In D. P. Cullen, & G. Thompson (Eds.), ZX #4 (1 ed., pp. 40-48). Manukau, Auckland: Manukau School of Visual Arts.
Ballard, S. Old Noise, New Sounds: Sonic Explorations in Gallery Spaces. In Ballard, S. and Brennan, S. (Eds.), Aotearoa Digital Arts Reader, pp 156 & 159, Clouds Publishing, ISBN:978-0-9582789-9-7
Brennan, S., Cleland, S. Onsite and Online. In Ballard, S., and Brennan, S. (Eds.), Aotearoa Digital Arts Reader, pp 168-169, Clouds Publishing, ISBN:978-0-9582789-9-7
Lane, T., Clothier, I. Solar Circuit Aotearoa New Zealand. In Ballard, S., and Brennan, S. (Eds.), Aotearoa Digital Arts Reader, pp 102-105, Clouds Publishing, ISBN:978-0-9582789-9-7