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  • Orbital 
    Caines, C (Blacktown Arts Centre, )
    "Orbital" was both a reactive sensor driven gallery audio installation and an audio work for iPhones traveling the Sydney orbital freeway network. A series of driver monologues exploring the psychic space of suburbia and ...
  • Titmarsh, M (Institute of Contemporary Art Newtown (ICAN), )
    An installation of paintings and installations using book dustjackets as substrate. . âPainting and Timeâ extends a conversation about the way temporality registers in an artwork. Time was a central thematic of Heiddegerâs ...
  • Morton, T (ABC, 2006-01)
    The program was produced for Background Briefing, ABC Radio Nationalâs flagship investigative journalism program. It is 54 minutes in duration and the product of 6-7 weeks of intensive research, interviewing, editing, sound ...
  • Bacon, W (Reportage, UTS, 2004-01)
    Background The stories in this portfolio are a significant part of a major investigation into a NSW miscarriage of justice, which the journalist began before 2003 and continues now. The journalist uncovered fresh evidence ...
  • Adelaide, D (The Australian; The Sydney Morning Herald, 2005-01)
    These three pieces are a sample of the kind of writing I have been contributing to the Australian and The Sydney Morning Herald over the course of my professional career. They are generally on literary topics, and they ...
  • Feng, C (Flower City Publishing House, 2011-01)
    The book is a selection of recent prefaces and poems of a well-known scholar Feng Chongyi. It demonstrates a perfect combination of Western thinking with Eastern feelings of this expert of modern Chinese history. The ...
  • Titmarsh, M (MOP Projects Gallery, )
    Todd Robinson & Mark Titmarsh in a collaborative art/fashion project draw on action painting, garment making & performance. Adjacent practices collide and coincide turning garments into substrate, and painting into a wet ...
  • Andersen, LJ; Andrew, J (Far Western Regional Development Board, 2007-01)
    This research aims to advance understanding of the arts and cultural industries sector and to support policy formation by making explicit the character of cultural production and the talent pool of professional artists in ...
  • Rampage 
    Dwyer, CM (ABC National Radio, 2005-01)
    Description: This work follows on from the previous feature, Soundtrack To War, also prodnced in collaboration with Australian war artist George Gittoes. In this feature, Gittoes travels to Miami with Eliot Lovett, one of ...
  • Baur, L; Bonfiglioli, C; Caterson, ID; Colagiuri, R; Cretikos, M; Leeder, S; Murray, K; Pearson, S; Sim, K; Torode, M; Wake, M; Wittert, G (Sydney University Nutrition Research Foundation, 2007-01)
    Senator Guy Barnett has held eight Healthy Lifestyle Forums to Help Combat Childhood Obesity since entering the Senate in 2002. The most recent forum, held on 20 June 2007 at Australian Parliament House Canberra, brought ...
  • Dwyer, CM (ABC Books, 2005-01)
  • Beilharz, KA (Australian Music Centre, 2005-01)
    Background This is a work for solo violin and piano of approximately 10 minutes duration for professional standard performers. It is an original composition score available through the Australia Music Centre Sydney, the ...
  • Macris, A (Fairfax, 2011-01)
    IT'S of the great truisms of fiction writing: show, don't tell. Like all truisms, it needs to be handled with care. Showing, in its most extreme form, will lead you simply to compiling a list of objects. While you'll achieve ...
  • Morton, T; Aroney, EE (ABC, 2010-01)
    Sharleen Spiteri was a sex worker, a drug user, and she was HIV+. In July 1989, Sharleen Spiteri appeared on the national current affairs TV program 60 Minutes and told reporter Jeff McMullen that she tried to get her ...
  • Titmarsh, M (Marrickville Garage, )
    A performance in which the artist sprays the walls and ceiling of the gallery space with coloured spray string and then is eventually sprayed himself by the other performers until he is covered with coloured string.
  • Titmarsh, M (Marrickville Garage, 2015-02-10)
    A performance in which the artist sprays the walls and ceiling of the gallery space with coloured spray string and then is eventually sprayed himself by the other performers until he is covered with coloured string.
  • Caines, C (Chris Caines, )
    Background - Sixteen Days was funded from two sources, a New Work grant from the Australia Council ($15k) an Asialink Residency in Bangkok ($12k) which afforded the time to post produce the piece. It sits within a practice ...
  • Spurr, S (University of Sydney, 2004-01)
    Book Review/Commentary of 'Skateboarding, Space and the City' by Ian Borden
  • Price, J (Canberra Times, 2007-01)
    Background As the news has the power to set the public agenda, significant gaps in the news media can contribute to policy neglect. The has author identified a significant gap in the newsmedia - there are columnists who ...
  • Carey, G (ABC Books, 2006-01)
    Background The essay is a form of literature that has a strong history in England and the United States but the form is not so strong in Australia. The popular understanding of an essay is a style and form that is overly ...