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  • 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, ...
  • Barker, T (Designer, creator, producer, exhibitor, distributor, )
    A research and development project to design an innovative now and wholly integrated lighting solution, in terms of materials, manufacturing, systems and optics. The research investigated innovative materials and processes ...
  • Dunstan, C; Ghiotto, N; Ross, KE (Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, 2011-01)
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    Heffer Cecilia (Australian Network for Art + Technology, 2007)
    The Australian 18th Jan â¿¿07 Feeling Their Way to the Future by Rosalie Higson (1/4 page) 435,000 readers NAT
  • Clifton-Cunningham An (DAB Lab Research Gallery, )
    Knitted body pieces that deconstructs familiar woollen garment structures to create body pieces that act as a second skin, wrapping, cocooning and at times, even distorting the body.
  • Heffer, C (-, )
    The analysis of lace as an historical artefact was based on the Lace collection at the Powerhouse Museum Sydney, with a mentorship with lace historian, Rosemary Shepherd. The intention was to translate lace in a contemporary ...
  • Boydell, S; Baya, U (Land Equity International / accessUTS, for the Ministry of iTaukei Affairs, Republic of Fiji Islands, 2010-01)
    This confidential Final Report comprises the formal Review of the iQoliqoli (Fishing Ground) Compensation Policy, undertaken between July-October 2010 by LEI consultants Professor Spike Boydell and Mr Ulai Baya (both of ...
  • Lie, Stefan (Object: Australian center for craft and design, 2004)
    Three creative works exibited in exhibition at the Sydney Opera House as part of Sydney Festival 2004. Accompanied by catalogue published by Object: Australian center for craft and design. Also featured in Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Wallen, LP; iglhaut, S; Fujisaki, K; Shimizu, Y
    Project producer :Stefan Iglhaut, Berlin Content Robots and Exhibition Design: Lawrence Wallen, Berlin Content research:Dr. Bettina Drescher, Berlin Technical realisation: Fraunhofer Institute, Dortmund Patron: Goethe ...
  • Grau, U (-, 2012-01)
  • Pandolfo, B
    'Safety Catch' was developed in response to a number of design initiatives: in 2005, Paola Antonelli curated 'Safe: Design Takes On Risk' exhibition at Museum of Modern Art, New York, where the issue of how security can ...
  • Bowman, CP (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 ...
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    Gwilt, ID (DAB DOCS, )
    Curatorial Rationale: New Media artwork has moved beyond the recorded mediums of photography and film to encompass interactive, augmented, and generative works due to the appropriation of and reliance on digitization by ...
  • Anderson, B; Medlin, M; Spurr, S
    SEAM 2009 Spatial Phrases was a multi-tiered event that explored the nexus between architecture, space, film and the moving body. It included a three day symposium (18-20 September) , multiple workshops, specially commissioned ...
  • Clifton-Cunningham An (Tamworth Regiuonal Art Gallery, NSW, )
    two knitted garments featuring laser cut material and hand stitching.
  • Clifton-Cunningham An (Vishna Collins, )
  • Clifton-Cunningham, Alana (Alana Clifton-Cunningham, 2008)
    Exhibition catalogue and essay
  • Loschke, S (Royal Australian Institute of Architects, )
    The Venice Architecture Biennale is held every two years in Venice, Italy and is the most important event on the international contemporary architecture calendar. Thousands of the worlds most influential architects, ...
  • Pigram, DA; Hall, P; Blasetti, E (Architectural Biennial Beijing, )