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  • Putt, J; Shaw, G; Sarre, R; Rowden, EL (Tabled in the South Australian Parliament, Legislative Council, 31 October 2013, 2013-01)
  • Goodrum, A (Bombay Sapphire, )
    Background The Bombay Sapphire Design Discovery Award is Australias richest and most prestigious design award; dedicated to rewarding excellence in design, improving and promoting awareness of design in Australia and ...
  • McNeil, PK (National Gallery of Victoria, 2005-01)
    When an object or motif is universal, there is a tendency to trivialize it. This essay makes use of the French scholarly notion of the histoire des choses banales - everyday things - in order to elucidate a collection and ...
  • Wallen, LP (FCA Gallery University of Wollongong, )
  • Wallen, LP (The Nicholson Museum, )
  • Wallen, LP (Centre of Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia, )
  • Smith, A (ArtReview, 2006-01)
    The genre of art and design criticism still revolves around the publication of carefully considered studies of individual practitioners and their work. Such writing inherits conventions and difficulties that are over a ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (China Central Academy of Fine Arts, 2002)
  • Burke, Anthony; Paulos, Eric; Anderson, Ken; Williams, Amanda (Ubicomp, 2006)
    This workshop is a unique congtribution to research for its method combining anthropolgical techniques with Architectural spatial awareness and ubiquitous computing technoligies. The workshop was a creative event involving ...
  • Facets 
    Bongers, B (University of Technology, Sydney, )
    Facets is an interactive video installation exploring interfaces between people and technological environment. Kaleidoscopic video images are projected on a 36 sqm. screen placed in the space, linking the player's area ...
  • Riello, G; McNeil, PK (Routledge, 2010-01)
    The infiuential scholar Daniel Roche wrote of seventeenth-century clothing that it 'was at the centre of debates about wealth and poverty, excess and necessity, superfluity and sufficiency, luxury and adequacy' (Roche 1994: ...
  • Clifton-Cunningham Alana (, 2009)
    Background Fashion Craft: drawn threads was aimed to highlight the creative potential of contemporary embroidery and the traditional techniques of the embroiderer. In a partnership with the Embroiderersâ¿¿ Guild of NSW, ...
  • Gwilt, A; Rissanen, TI
    This project explored the issue of fashion and sustainability, specifically the way in which fashion clothing is produced, used and discarded. It highlighted a variety of sustainable strategies that addressed the problem ...
  • Karaminas, Vicki (Penrith Regional Gallery, 2007)
    This exhibition was to commemorate the track suit as a cultural and political icon.
  • 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