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  • Smith, A (Immaterial Incorporated, 2007-01)
    Cabinet Magazine is an influential and highly regarded quarterly journal of art and culture. Published by a small non-profit organisation in Brooklyn, New York, each issue reaches around 40,000 readers (comparable to the ...
  • McNeil, PK (Bruno Mondadori, 2010-01)
    Historiographic essay concerning the cultural meaning of the fashion caricature, translated from the English.
  • Titmarsh, M (2008-01)
    A solo performance involving the making of coloured things and coloured events that related to the actions of painting.
  • Titmarsh, M (Conny Dietzschold, )
    An exhibition of Sydney artists exploring the object based nature of painting
  • Pigram, DA; Maxwell, IJ (DAB Documents, )
  • Chapman, N; Croker, N (City Of Ryde, 2011-01)
    In his capacity as Ryde Council's Place Manager Major Centres, Nick Chapman was responsible for drafting the environment section of the 140 page Environment and Open Space Study. Nick's work included research of relevant ...
  • Karaminas, V (McMillan Reference USA, 2007-01)
    This article was published in a three-volume international encyclopedia of the colonised world. My research brought together the issue of Middle Eastern fashion, identity and colonisation.
  • Finney, TL
    CO-ISOLATED was an exhibition of new work by the artists Richard Goodwin, Michael Snape and David Burns. The venue was a 3000m2 industrial shed in an industrially zoned part of southern Sydney. Typically, exhibition curation ...
  • Gothe, J; DeLys, S (Centre for Media Arts Innovation, UTS, )
    Memory Flows, a project of the Centre for Media Arts and Innovation, UTS, culminated in an exhibition entitled 'Memory Flows: rivers, creeks and the great artesian basin' which examined the concepts of 'water, flows and ...
  • Campbell, L; Luscombe, DO (City of Canada Bay, 2009-01)
    In a typical suburban street of Drummoyne this residence brought an exploration of dynamic forms to its resolution of renovation of an old timber cottage. Exploration took advantage of passive solar design principles, links ...
  • Hill, MJ (Graber Hill, )
    An exhibition of 30 cartoons created for and published in the UTS magazine U: over a 2 year period.
  • Heffer, C (Historic Houses Trust, )
    Commissioned Textile Design for Government House, Sydney The project was part of the Historic Houses Trust To Furnish a Future Program, a five-year refurbishment plan to redesign the interior of Government House, Sydney, ...
  • Reinmuth, G; Balmforth, S; Blythe, R (Canberra, 2006-01)
    Canberra is distinctive in international terms as a planned city. At the centre of the planning geometry sits the nations Parliament House. Its foreground consists of a range of buildings containing Australia's major public ...
  • Titmarsh, M (Loose Projects, 2009-01)
    A survey of activities of an Artist Run Initiative Gallery, Loose Projects, that operated in the CBD between 2006 and 2007. Contains visual material and a catalogue essay from each exhibition. Both editors contributed an ...
  • Sgro, DM; Chant, A; Solente, OG (Damien Minton Annex Space, )
  • Burke, AJ; Burns, D
    Curated and Designed exhibition of student and professional work spanning two universities, Carnegie Mellon University, and University of Technology, Sydney.
  • Wallen, LP; Garcia, JC; Menchero, J (2005-01)
    The ongoing research with choreographer Juan Carlos Garcia and his company Lanonima Imperial is based on a continual dialogue about the body in space and its dialogue with electronic time based media. In each iteration or ...
  • Smith, A (Durian Publications, 2009-01)
    Biennales are no longer merely a question of the artworld, but a question of urbanism. Over the course of the last quarter century they have evolved from pan-national exhibitions of progressive art into indispensible ...
  • CRM 
    Pandolfo, B (DAB LAB, )
    The CRM project emerged out of research into the role of sheet metal in early European Australian settlement. Sheet metal was particularly valued as a material in the domestic environment. Object analysis revealed a reduction ...
  • CRS 
    Pandolfo, B (Sydney Design, )
    The CRS (crease) container project is an investigation into the application of creasing or pleating using sheet metal. Inspiration was drawn from the way dress makers are able to make fabric follow the human body. Many ...