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  • Heffer, C (-, )
    Lace Narratives was a new collection of over seventy textile works exhibited as a solo exhibition at the Damien Minton Gallery Sydney. It also included an artist event and floor talk. The aim of the work was to challenge ...
  • 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 ...
  • Gothe, J (Conny Dietzschold, )
    Cold Language/Cold Tongue exhibition curated by William Wright AM and Conny Dietzschold, international art dealer with galleries in Sydney and Cologne. The curatorial premise established was to provide an opportunity ...
  • Murti, R; Boydell, S (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2008-01)
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to provide background information on the land tenure and conflict issues surrounding sustainable forestry management initiatives on customary land in Fiji. Design/methodology/approach: ...
  • Wallen, LP (Zhdk, 2011-01)
    visual essay of photographs, along the abandoned Ghan railway line between Finke and Alice Springs also exhibited
  • Barker, T; Gardner, NL; Haeusler, M; Tomitsch, M (The Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, 2011-01)
    The research presented in this paper is an investigation into how ubiquitous computing technologies can contribute to improving the quality of existing public transport environments through the integration of responsive ...
  • Mounter, S; Grant, BJ; Fleming, E; Griffith, G (Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association, 2011-01)
    The Australian wine industry is currently experiencing a correction, ostensibly a victim of its own success. Some observers have concluded that prospects for the industry in the medium- to long-term are strong. However, a ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2009)
    A well-established history of costume has argued that a dynamic fashion system emerged within a conjunction of the competing polities of France, England and Burgundy in the la te Middle Ages, and also that, around 1350, ...
  • Dorst, K (International Association of Societies of Design Research, 2009-01)
    Most thinking about design, and indeed most research into design, has focussed on what happens within design projects. Yet when we study design and architectural firms/departments more carefully, we observe several layers ...
  • Forsythe, PJ; Ding, GK (Forest and Wood Products Australia (PRA188-1011), 2011-01)
    The building sector is increasingly aware of the environmental impact of buildings. In Australia buildings produce approximately 23% of this country's total Green House Gas (GHG) emissions. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) ...
  • Muller, E (Libri Publishing, 2011-01)
  • Baumann, C; White, S (2010)
    This paper investigates how planning practitioners can increase the effectiveness of lesson-drawing from exemplary case studies in sustainable urban transport development. There are a number of cities worldwide that have ...
  • Robertson, TJ; Lueg, CP; Brookes, WC (Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia, 2001-01)
  • Algeo, CT (PMOZ, 2009-01)
    This paper presents an account of how project management practitioners learn, how they determine what they want to learn and suggests some future directions for their knowledge journey. Two similar teaching approaches will ...
  • Algeo, CT (International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED), 2012-01)
    Organisations that use project managers to deliver strategy rely on their skills learnt through formalised education, exposure to professional organisations and on-the-job experiences. To deliver the required outcomes, the ...
  • Shih, M (Bellwether Publ Ltd, 2010-01)
    This article examines recent legislation on the mandatory practice of government adjudication and its impacts on community residents legal challenges to chaiqian (demolition and relocation) in Shanghai. In recent years, ...
  • Bartel, R; Graham, N; Jackson, S; Prior, JH; Robinson, DF; Sherval, M; Williams, S (2013-11)
    Law is a powerful influence on people and place. Law both creates and is created by the relationship between people and place, although it rarely acknowledges this. Law frequently operates as if space does not matter. Law ...
  • Chapman, N (Community Planning and Development Program, La Trobe University, 2012-01)
    This Paper is a case study evaluation of a Pilot Project to develop place-based primary school sustainability curriculum in Sydneys Inner West. The Pilot Project involves four councils, the NSW Department of Education and ...
  • Jupp, J; Gero, J (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010)
    This chapter explores the perception and modeling of style in design relating to visuo-spatial representation and reasoning. We approach this subject via cognitive and contextual considerations significant to the role of ...
  • Palmer, A; McNeil, PK (Bloomsbury Publ Plc, 2013-01)
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