Atherton, M. (2015). 'Breathable fabric. Submersion. And Parrotfish: Homotopia Three Unequal Speculations'. E.R.O.S. Homotopia, (6), 217-222. http://erosjournal.co.uk/
Atherton, M. (2015). ARP & Submersive Aesthetics. In Space and Place Project: 6th Global Meeting, Mansfield College, Oxford University, U.K, 3 September 2015 - 5 September 2015.
Atherton, M. (2014). Absorbing red photons : work in progress presentation. In Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium 2014 – 3WDS14, Online Symposium across 30 countries from 5 continents, 17 March 2015 - 23 March 2015. http://water-wheel.net/taps-list
Atherton, M. (2018). Submersive Aesthetics. In 2018 Liquidscapes: Tales and telling of watery worlds and fluid states, International Conference, Dartington Hall, UK, 20 June 2018 - 22 June 2018.
Atherton, M. (2018). Submersive Aesthetics. In Rendering (the) Visible III: Liquidity Conference, Georgia State University, Atlanta USA, 8 February 2018 - 10 February 2018.
Atherton, M. (2012). Absorbing Red Photons. In Water: Image International Conference, Plymouth, UK, 4 July 2012 - 6 July 2012. http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/files/extranet/docs/FoA/ProgrammeWaterImageConference.pdf
Atherton, M. (2022). The invite, the impetus & the chat. In Povall, R., & Osmond, M. (Eds.) Borrowed time: on death, dying and change. art.earth: https://art-earth.org.uk/product/borrowed-time/
Atherton, M. (2021). Park. In Shifting Horizons: Women's Landscape Photography Now. (pp. 62-65).
Atherton, M. (2015). Absorbing red photons : work in progress. In Fuks, S. (Ed.) Water Views : Caring and Daring : Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium 2014 : 3WDS14. (pp. 293-295). Australia: Igneous Incorporated: http://r.water-wheel.net/3wds14ebook.pdf
Theses / Dissertations
Griffin, J. (2022). Aura in the post-digital: a diffraction of the curatorial archive. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Mccarthy, P., Ling, Y.F., & Atherton, M. http://doi.org/10.7190/shu-thesis-00481
Atherton, M. (2019). Performance Lecture of the Repository of Irrational Gestures (RIG’s): Dissonance in the era of Fake News. [Performative Lecture]. https://www.bathspa.ac.uk/news-and-events/events/digital-ecologies-ii/
Atherton, M. (2019). RIGs: the repository of irrational gestures - backdrop ♯ IIII 2019. [Looped video work installed in largescale printed imaged with accompanying lights].
Atherton, M. (2018). Repository of Irrational Gestures (RIGs) ♯ 1 (2018). [Video installation looped video with spasmodic disco lights].
Atherton, M. (2018). Repository of Irrational Gestures (RIGs) 2018. [Single screen video installation (15mins)]. https://www.kunstraum.at/index.php/sammlungen?lang=en
Atherton, M. (2017). ARP (Absorbing red photons) 2016. [Video installation].
Atherton, M., & McCormack, T.C. (2015). Desk Mobile No. II.2015. [A site-specific sculpture].
Atherton, M. (2005). Missed the boat: selected solo exhibition. [Portfolio]. Millais Gallery, Southampton.
Atherton, M. (2007). Missed the boat II. [Portfolio]. Linnagalerii, Tallinna Kunsiihoone, Tallinn, Estonia.
Atherton, M. (2011). Dreams of flying. [DVD]. Zeppelin Musuem, Friedrichshaven, Germany.
Shaw, B., & Atherton, M. (2013). BRUTE: Test 1: Transmission Symposium. Co-curated with Michelle Atherton. [Live discursive event]. Centre for Creative Collaboration, London, WC1X 9NG. http://creative-collaboration.net/030513-transmission-brute-test-1/
McCormack, T.C., & Atherton, M. (2015). Always doing something, with somebody, somewhere. [Multiple. including DVD, Print, Assemblage, Drawings]. Atelierhaus Salzamt gallery, Linz, Austria.
Atherton, M., & McCormack, T.C. (2016). A Ragged Gesture. Kunstraum, Linz, Austria. http://www.kunstraum.at/
Atherton, M., McCormack, T.C., & Gejl, J. (2018). As Much About Forgetting. [Mixed media]. Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark. https://viborgkunsthal.viborg.dk/UDSTILLINGER/2018/As-much-about-forgetting
Atherton, M. (2015). ARP III 2015. [Single screen video work].
Atherton, M. (2016). Submersive Aesthetics. Presented at: Submersive Aesthetics, University of Texas at Arlington, Dallas, U.S.A
Atherton, M., & McCormack, T.C. (2016). Artists-led organizations: Agency-lab and the era of dissolution. Presented at: International Conference on Opportunities in the Arts: Expanding Worlds, Boston University’s College of Fine Arts