Mary Barr (ed.), Headlands: Thinking Through New Zealand Art (Sydney: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1993), pp. 93, 96, 144, 157, 173-174, 175.
Lita Barrie, "Andrew Drummond: Towards an Allegorical Use of the Body," Art New Zealand, vol. 44 (Spring, 1987): 64-67.
―, "The Primitivist Quality of Experimental Art in Southern New Zealand," Artlink, vol. 5, nos. 3 and 4 (1989).
Pat Baskett, "You Can Grow to Love Andrew Drummond," New Zealand Herald, 11 October 1990.
Christina Barton, Art Now: The First Biennial Review of Contemporary Art (Wellington: Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, 1994), pp. 42-43.
Christina Barton and Priscilla Pitts, "Unearthing Nature: Lang Projects by 4 Artists 1969-1980," Antic 5 (1989): 75-96.
Helen Beaglehole and Mary Trewby (eds.), Dream Collectors: One Hundred Years of Art in New Zealand (Wellington: Te Papa Press, 1998), p. 184.
Elva Bett, "Bricks and Plants Come Into Own," Dominion Post, 19 May 1982.
Sarah Blundell, "Andrew Drummond," Inner Landscapes: 15 New Zealand Artists with Canterbury Connections (Christchurch: Canterbury University Press, 2009), pp. 42-47.
―, "The Thinking Machine," New Zealand Listener, 29 June 2006, pp. 36-38.
Nicola Broom, "Art With the Energies of Life," Otago Daily Times, 5 September 1980.
Warwick Brown, "Andrew Drummond," Another 100 New Zealand Artists (Auckland: Godwit Publishing, 1996), p. 31.
Mary Bryan, "Tylee Artist to Leave His Mark With City," Wanganui Chronicle, 28 November 1987.
Gregory Burke, "Andrew Drummond: An Introduction," AGMANZ Journal, no. 18 (1987): 16-22.
Tyler Cann, "Some Notes on Movement in Art," b.161 Bulletin of Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu (July-August 2010): 6-17.
Elizabeth Caughy and John Gow, "Andrew Drummond," Contemporary New Zealand Art 2 (Auckland: David Bateman, 1999), p. 18.
Robert Cembalest, "The Ecological Art Explosion," Art News (Summer, 1991): 97-105.
Mike Crean, "Movement Man," Press, 25 October 2000.
Wystan Curnow, "Andrew Drummond: Technician of the Sacred," Art New Zealand, vol. 11 (Spring, 1978): 17-19.
―, "Aspects of New Zealand Sculpture: Recent Developments," Education, no. 10 (1977): 20-22.
Wendy Day, "Andrew Drummond," Art & Industry 2000 Biennial: Contemporary Visual Arts Festival (Christchurch: Art & Industry, 2000), pp. 22-25.
Andrew Drummond, Dynamic Energy Art Group: Cycles of Work (Wellington: Andrew Drummond, 1977).
―, Ngauranga Set (Wellington: Andrew Drummond, 1978).
―, Recent Work (Wellington: Andrew Drummond, 1978).
―, Tattoo Tapes (Wellington: Andrew Drummond, 1978).
―, Vein (Christchurch: Andrew Drummond, 1980).
Michael Dunn, New Zealand Sculpture: A History (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002), pp. 108, 109, 124, 164-165, 182.
David Eggleton, Towards Aotearoa: A Short History of 20th Century New Zealand (Auckland: Reed, 2007), pp. 233-235.
Peter Entwistle, "An Invented Anthropology," Otago Daily Times, 25 September 1991.
―, "Drummond Installation Seen as Reflection of Our Culture," Otago Daily Times, 2 March 1994.
―, "Major Installation by Drummond," Otago Daily Times, 26 August 1983.
Warren Feeney, "Focus on Bodies," Press, 21 February 1996.
John Finlay, "Imperfect Machines and Atmospheres: A Conversation with Andrew Drummond," Sculpture, vol. 28, no. 9 (November 2009): 37, 39.
―, "Magician of the Earth," Press, 16 April 2010.
Ngaire Gardner, "Vein by Andrew Drummond at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery," Otago Daily Times, 2 September 1985.
Jenny Harper, "Exhibiting Sexuality in Aotearoa New Zealand 1975-2000," in Allison Kirkman and Pat Moloney (eds.), Sexuality Down Under: Social and Historical Perspectives (Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2005), pp. 215-236.
Jenny Harper and Aaron Lister (eds.), Wellington: A City for Sculpture (Wellington: Victoria University Press in association with Wellington Sculpture Trust, 2007), pp. 84, 86.
Jennifer Hay, "Andrew Drummond: Turn of the Wheel," Sculpture International (March 2002): 18.
―, "A Wellington Inspiration," Sculpture International (July/August 2006): 28-29.
―, "Ingenious Devices: Recent Sculpture by Andrew Drummond," Art New Zealand, vol. 106 (Autumn, 2003): 54-57.
John Hurrell, "Andrew Drummond: ArtBarns: After Kurt Schwitters," Art New Zealand, vol. 95 (Winter, 2000): 78-81.
―, Stimulus to Style: The Metamorphosis of an Artwork (Christchurch: Canterbury Society of Arts, 1994), pp. 24-27.
Hamish Keith, "What a Performance," New Zealand Listener, 9 September 1978, pp. 28-29.
Anne Kirker, "Andrew Drummond in Queensland," Art New Zealand, vol. 57 (Summer, 1990): 50-53.
Kim Knight, "A Sphere of His Own," Sunday Star Times, 2 May 2010.
Peter Leech, "Art and Narrative: Colin McCahon and Andrew Drummond," Art New Zealand, vol. 16 (Winter, 1980): 21.
―, "Natural Dance, Unnatural Modes," Otago Daily Times, 22 September 1981.
―, "Process and Product: Andrew Drummond," Art New Zealand, vol. 28 (Winter, 1989): 16-17.
―, "The Bodily Argument of Art: Andrew Drummond at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery," Art New Zealand, vol. 43 (Winter, 1987): 84-86.
Bridie Lonie, "Drummond: Veins of Energy," Otago Daily Times, 7 November 1983.
―, "Art in Sketches and Sticks," Otago Daily Times, 12 December 1983.
Bill Manhire and Andrew Drummond, Dawn/Water (Eastbourne: Hawk Press, 1979).
Thomas McCullough, New Zealand Sculptors at Mildura: National Tour (Wellington: Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council of New Zealand, 1978).
Christopher Moore, "Troubled Waters Over Bridge," Press, 25 April 2002.
Rangihiroa Panoho, "A Decade in the Dome: Ten Years of Installations at the Sarjeant Gallery," Art New Zealand, vol. 50 (Autumn, 1989): 64-67.
Justin Paton, "Animist Machines," Press, 8 November 1995.
―, "One Cylinder Fires," Press, 9 November 1994.
―, "Recent Sculpture By Drummond and Reddaway," Press, 23 March 1993.
―, "We All Dream All the Time," New Zealand Listener, 3 December 1994, pp. 52-53.
Priscilla Pitts, "Arts for Sales' Sake: Shifts in Installation," National Business Review (March, 1989).
―, Contemporary New Zealand Sculpture: Themes and Issues (Auckland: David Bateman, 1998), pp. 14, 32-34, 73, 74-76.
John Reid, "Works Emphasise Land in Dunedin," Otago Daily Times, 10 June 1993.
Adrienne Rewi, "Drummond Leaves Way Open For Interpretation," Press, 21 February 1996.
―, "Making Machines," Home + Entertaining, April/May 2007.
―, "Sculptor Remains a Rebel," Press, 15 April 1993.
Neil Roberts et al., A Concise History of Art in Canterbury 1850-2000 (Christchurch: Robert McDougall Art Gallery, 2000), pp. 66, 88, 101, 106.
Neil Rowe, "Drummond at His Best," Evening Post, 19 April 1981.
―, "Sculptor Gets Seal of Approval," Dominion Post, 6 October 1979.
Rod Scotts, "Ephemeral Art Earns Tangible Fellowship," Dominion Post, 27 September 1979.
Lindsay Bridget Shaw, "Ending With a New Beginning," New Zealand Listener, 6 June 1987, p. 47.
―, "Outside NZ Art Looking In," New Zealand Listener, 9 April 1988, pp. 34-36.
Peter Simpson, "Alchemist Transforms Coal to "Black Diamond" Status," Sunday Star Times, 16 August 1998.
Michael Spens, "Meaning, Excellence, and Purpose: ANZART in Edinburgh," Art New Zealand, vol. 33 (Summer, 1984): 28-31.
Frances Sutton, Art & About: A Pocket Guide to Wellington's Public Art (Wellington: Steele Roberts, 2008), pp. 31-33.
Rob Taylor, "Sculpture Collection's Limits Demonstrated," Dominion Post, 20 June 1988.
―, "Works Play Contrary Games," Dominion Post, 3 September 1987.
Jane Turner (ed.), The Dictionary of Art, vol. 9 (London: Macmillan, 1996), p. 304.
Robyn Ussher, "Mining the West Coast," Press, 13 August 1997.
Marita Vandenberg, "Art or Craft?," New Zealand Listener, 25 February 1989, pp. 36-37.
Ian Wedde, "Last Year's Models," Evening Post, 23 June 1989.
―, "The Bodily Arguments," Evening Post, 14 April 1989.
Ian Wedde and Gregory Burke (eds.), Now See Hear!: Art Language and Translation (Wellington: Victoria University Press, 1990).