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  • Riello, G; McNeil, PK (Routledge, 2010-01)
    The idea that dress has the power \to express', that is to say that what we wear conveys meaning regarding who we are in terms of gender and class, but also who we are in terms of cultural attributes, education and taste, ...
  • Titmarsh, M (Invitation, Floor Sheet, Directors Letter and Press Clippings, )
    Background - This work was included in the Figure it Out exhibition which coincided with The Figure in Question exhibition, focusing mainly on the human figure and draughtsman skills in contemporary painting. Contribution ...
  • Jakovich, J; McDermott, J (DAB LAB Research Gallery, University of Technology Sydney, )
    Background In the international field of architectural design, sensing and tracking technologies are under-utilised in the creation of designerly, atmospheric environments, and are applied in the moderation of environmental ...
  • Sadokierski, ZA (Allen and Unwin, 2010-01)
    Five wounds (2010, Allen & Unwin) is a noteworthy title within Australian publishing because illustrated fiction for adult readers is an emergent field. Visual writing/hybrid books was the focus of my doctoral research, ...
  • Clifton-Cunningham, Alana (College of Fine Art, 2005)
    Group exhibition - individual creative works x 2
  • Flux 15 
    Burns, D; Morris, J (Flux 15 Community Based Arts Group, )
  • Gwilt, ID (Curtin University of Technology, )
    An international exhibition of electronic prints
  • Footsteps 
    Burns, D; Morris, J (Salvage/Salvation, )
  • Forest 
    Anderson, B (Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura, )
    FOREST was a site-specific installation for En Residencia and commissioned by Laboral, Ciudad de la Cultura, Gijon, Asturias Northern Spain and Welsh Arts Council. The installation and dance piece for FOREST ran from 28 ...
  • Grau, U; Goberna, C
  • Rees, M; Anderson, B
    How do you design for a series of performances that are spread throughout a town and encompass church halls, hillsides, huts, beaches, benches, bridges, streets, shop fronts, amusement arcades, discos an enigmatic past and ...
  • Rees, M; Anderson, B
    How do you design for a series of performances that are spread throughout a town and encompass church halls, hillsides, huts, beaches, benches, bridges, streets, shop fronts, amusement arcades, discos an enigmatic past and ...
  • Lahoud, A (Customs House Sydney, )
    Four speculative projects developed in the context of my own architectural practice between 2006-09 were featured in the group exhibition, Remodelling Architecture: Architectural Paces Digital Spaces, 30 September29 November ...
  • Clifton-Cunningham, A; Gwilt, A (DAB Docs [07], )
    Everyday fashion components and elements such as the pocket, the sleeve, or the seam often become overshadowed by the theatrics of the fashion spectacle. Very little time is dedicated to the study of fashion in detail and ...
  • Reinmuth, G; Benjamin, AE; Goodwin, R (Venice Architecture Biennale, )
  • Barker, T (Royal Commission of the Exibition of 1851, )
    "Future of Design in Business" fellowship involved research for the design/development and testing of complementary games. These were created specifically to introduce businesses to the value of design and in particular ...
  • O'Mahony, M; Braddock-Clarke, SE (The Hub, 2005-01)
  • O'Mahony, M; Braddock-Clarke, SE
  • Wallen, LP; eschler, K (Istanbul Design Week, )
    Galata / Karakoy: was a large-scale research project from the Institute for Design Research, University of the Arts Zurich. My contribution to this 2-year project was three site-specific urban installations in different ...
  • Feuerman, W (Manhattan, 2009-01)
    There are more than 6,000 sidewalk 'construction sheds' throughout NYC. While the current configurations of scaffolding have proven functional, cost effective and widespread, they are however, dominant aesthetically ...