The sources presented below were used as part of the contextual research of this archive. The academic sources shaped the understanding of the urbicide in Brisbane, while the remaining sources: archival, artistic and miscellaneous helped in the visualisation and verification of demolitions and the resultant political holes.
The sources are an under construction primary collection.
- East, John W. The Lost Heritage of Eagle Street: A Case Study in the Commercial Architecture of Brisbane 1860-1930. University of Queensland (2019).
- Fisher, Rod. "'Nocturnal Demolitions': The Long March Towards Heritage Legislation in Queensland." Australian Historical Studies 23, no. 96 (1991): 55.
- Gallagher, Chris. "Valuing Our National Heritage." Planning News 45, no. 7. (2019): 14.
- Gosseye, Janina, and John Macarthur. "Angry Young Architects: Counterculture and the Critique of Modernism in Brisbane, 1967–1972." In Dissent! Refracted Histories, Aesthetics and Cultures of Dissent edited by Dorfman Ben (New York: Peter Lang GmbH, 2016), .
- Heywood, Phil. "Brisbane’s Development in Zones a Review of the 1986 City of Brisbane Town Plan." Australian planner 24, no. 4 (1986): 28-33.
- Hunter, David. "The Death of Brisbane’s Regent Theatre " Architecture Australia, no. August/September (1979): 49-50.
- Lambie, Lisa, and John MacArthur. "Grasping the Intangible: Some Thoughts on a Photograph of Demolished Buildings." Architectural theory review 1, no. 2 (1996): 53-59.
- Lennon, Jane "Heritage Places in Queensland." St. Lucia, Qld, Professional Historians Association (Queensland), 3-4 September, 2009.
- Orr, Graeme, and Ron Levy. "Electoral Malapportionment: Partisanship, Rhetoric and Reform in the Shadow of the Agrarian Strong-Man." Griffith law review 18, no. 3 (2009): 638-65.
- Piccini, Jon "“The Wrong Side of the River”: Expo’88 and the Right to the City." Paper presented at the Right to the City/Brisbane Free Uni May 31, 2016,.
- Rollman, Louise. "Curating the City: Unpacking Contemporary Art Production and Spatial Politics in Brisbane " PhD Thesis, Creative Industries Faculty, Brisbane, 2018.
- Wanna, John, and Tracey Arklay. "All Power Corrupts, 1976–1980." In The Ayes Have It. The History of the Queensland Parliament, 1957-1989, 377-424: ANU Press, 2010.
- Whitton, Evan. The Hillbilly Dictator: Australia's Police State. Crows Nest, N.S.W: ABC Enterprises for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1989.
- Andrew, Paul. Remix. org.au.
- Stafford, John. 29963 John Stafford - Demolition Show 1986. Edited by Art Institute of Modern, Collective Observatory and Gallery Queensland College of Art.
- Brisbane City Council Image Services. "Brisbane Images."
Queensland Parliament. Queensland Parliamentary Debates [Hansard] Legislative Assembly. Queensland, April 24, 1979.
- Cloudland demolished. ABC Brisbane, November 7, 1982.
- Stringer, Richard. The Demolition Show, 1986.
- Stringer, Richard. Red Comb House Demolition, September 29, 1984.
- The Demolition Show. The Observatory Gallery. 1986. (Can be found in Stafford, John. 29963 John Stafford - Demolition Show 1986. Edited by Art Institute of Modern, Collective Observatory and Gallery Queensland College of Art, 1986.)
- Anderson, Peter. Ephemeral traces: Brisbane’s artist-run scene in the 1980s. (University of Queensland), accessed August 20, 2020,