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  • Tough, L (East Corrimal, 2009-01)
    East Corrimal House is a built project that investigated how with minor renovations a suburban home's relation to the site, an isolated object on the suburban block, could be inverted. The project's stated parameters were ...
  • Hewett, BR; Crone, G (BlueScope Lysaght, 2006-01)
    East Latitude at World Square. 52 Goulburn Street, Sydney. Commercial Office Building. Design Architect: Ben Hewett, Crone Partners Architecture Studios. Latitude East @ World Square awarded "Winner of the Multi-Level Steel ...
  • Heffer, C (The 7th International Fiber Art Biennale, 2015-02-02)
    Ebony Lace aims to push traditional boundaries in lace-making using unique construction and natural eucalyptus dye processes. Through a unique exploration of black dye, silk and thread the lace pays homage to traditional ...
  • Baumann, C; Asker, SA; Giurco, D; Peterseim, J; White, S (Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, 2012-01)
  • Smith, A (The Invisible Inc, 2005-01)
    Critical writing on the Australian arts is notoriously constrained by the limited number of publishing outlets and the small size of the arts community. These two factors, products of a latter-day tyranny of distance, tend ...
  • Smith, PV (Gaby Chapman The Writing Bureau, 2012-01)
  • Burns, D; Morris, J; Gray, AH (Future Tenant Gallery, )
  • Sandu, S; Petchey, R (ABARE, 2009-01)
    This report analyses historical energy intensity trends and identifies key factors affecting the amount of energy consumed in all end use sectors of the Australian economy between 1989-90 and 2006-07
  • Energy 
    Reinmuth, G (Maxxi, )
    TERROIR have taken part in the major archietcture exhibition at the MAXXI in Rome for 2013, Energy: Oil and Post Oil. The exhibition comprises three parts. Two of these relate to photographic documentation of gas stations ...
  • Pandolfo, B (Indesign Publishing, )
    The Safety Catch project invited a group of Australian designers to respond to the issue of safety and security. Their reaction was delivered through the medium of object design, the collection of responses formed the ...
  • Rees, M; Anderson, B
    En Residencia was a site responsive project, conceived and curated by Marc Rees and Benedict Anderson. It took the form of an on-site inter-disciplinary laboratory that involved twenty artists (twelve from Wales and eight ...
  • Rees, M; Anderson, B
    En Residencia was a site responsive project, conceived and curated by Marc Rees and Benedict Anderson. It took the form of an on-site inter-disciplinary laboratory that involved twenty artists (twelve from Wales and eight ...
  • Anderson, B; Freundt, M
    The interdisciplinary event, Escalators/ 'Mobility Visions/ Bewegende Zukunft', co-curated with Michael Freundt, comprised a program of commissioned performative interventions, media installations and a symposium (27-28 ...
  • Anderson, B; Freundt, M
    The interdisciplinary event, Escalators/ 'Mobility Visions/ Bewegende Zukunft', co-curated with Michael Freundt, comprised a program of commissioned performative interventions, media installations and a symposium (27-28 ...
  • 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, 2015-02-02)
  • Wallen, LP (The Nicholson Museum, 2015-02-02)
  • Wallen, LP (Centre of Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia, )
    http://lha.uow.edu.au/taem/news/UOW152567.html