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  • Burns, D (-, 2015-02-02)
    "Partial Architectures" is a solo exhibition of new work that was exhibited at Gallery 103 in Knoxville Tennessee USA and EDGE Studio Gallery in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA.
  • Wallen, LP (Korean German Institute of Technology, )
    Past Mapping is two twenty meter long titanium sculptural objects on permenant display in the foyer of the Korean German Institute of Technology, Digital Media City, Seoul, South Korea In the art of the cartographer lies ...
  • McNeil, PK
    UTS curated, in cooperation with the National Library of Australia, a focused exhibit on Australian Nobel Laureate Patrick White (1973). The exhibit was designed to introduce to new audiences the idea that White's somewhat ...
  • Minnaert, F (Australian Institute of Architects, )
    The Biennale is the most important event on the international contemporary architecture calendar. Thousands of the world's most influential architects, designers, urban planners, developers and critics visit the Biennale, ...
  • Heffer, C (Laurence King Publishing London Ltd, 2007-01)
    collection of contemporary surface patterns
  • Pauldron 
    Clifton-Cunningham An (The Korea Fashion & Culture Association, )
    I was invited to participate in the 2010 International Fashion Art Biennale in Seoul by the Korea Fashion and Culture Association. Coinciding with the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War, the hosting of the 2010 G-20 Summit, ...
  • Pauldron 
    Clifton-Cunningham An (The Korea Fashion & Culture Association, )
    I was invited to participate in the 2010 International Fashion Art Biennale in Seoul by the Korea Fashion and Culture Association. Coinciding with the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War, the hosting of the 2010 G-20 Summit, ...
  • Hausen, D; Bakker, S; van den Hoven, E; Butz, A; Eggen, B (Springer, 2013-01)
    The comparison of actions in the physical world with actions on interactive devices reveals a remarkable difference. In daily life we easily perform several tasks in parallel, for example when drinking coffee while reading, ...
  • Clifford, B; McGee, W; Pigram, DA (The Young Architects Forum of Atlanta (YAF Atlanta), )
    The Periscope Tower is a research output in the domain of algorithmically controlled robotic fabrication, a subset of emerging techniques of mass customisation and file-to-factory processes in the construction field. The ...
  • Clifford, B; McGee, W; Pigram, DA (The Young Architects Forum of Atlanta (YAF Atlanta), )
    The Periscope Tower is a research output in the domain of algorithmically controlled robotic fabrication, a subset of emerging techniques of mass customisation and file-to-factory processes in the construction field. The ...
  • Heffer, C (Wangaratta Regional Gallery, Victoria, 2015-02-02)
    Antique Lace is a series of three lace works that explore notions of the role of mending and reuse in textile history. The idea of making do and reconstituting existing textiles reflects on the Slow Design movement current ...
  • McNeil, PK (Oxford Journals, Oxford University Press, 2010-01)
    Women's enormous Belle Epoque picture hats with their sweeping ostrich feather sprays, the falling ostrich capes and the stylish aigrettes of the years just before the Great War were not simply conjured up by 'man milliners' ...
  • PODS 
    Heffer, C (Cecilia Heffer, )
  • Campbell, L; Luscombe, DO (Port Macquarie-Hastings Council, 2012-01)
    The project ...
  • McNeil, PK (ACNE Creative, )
  • P.O.V. 
    Burns, D (Mattress Factory Art Museum, )
  • Pricking 
    Maxwell, IJ; Pigram, DA; Schork, T; Nicholas, P (Powerhouse Museum, )
  • Pigram, DA; Maxwell, IJ (FUEL Gallery, Philadelphia and Marc Fornes, )
  • Goodrum, A (Museum Victoria and Object: Australian Centre for Craft and Design, )
  • Wagner, N (Cabinet, )
    July 18-August 8, 2009 Cabinet event space, 300 Nevins Street, Brooklyn, NY ? Recent addition to the permanent collection could be described as an invisible modification of the exhibition space, one invoking change, decay, ...