9 Works


David McNeill & Zanny Begg
In our contemporary cultural climate artists are confronted with two choices. They can produce prototypes for social manipulation, in the service of the advertising and fashion industries, thereby lending a human face to the excesses of late capitalism, or they can continue a tradition of social criticism and subversion. The current research project seeks to present artists whose work invites us, for at least a moment, to look through the rhetorical camouflage produced for the...

Heat Vulnerability Index for Sydney

Carole Bodilis, Komali Yenneti & Scott Hawken
A Heat Vulnerability Index was built with Open Data for Metropolitan Sydney, for the years 2011 and 2016. Vulnerability is defined as the propensity of a population to be adversely affected by extreme heat and depends on 3 components: the exposure, sensitivity and adaptive capacity of the population. These 3 sub-indexes were calculated with various indicators that you can find as attributes to this layer. The scale of the study is the Statistical Areas 2...


Francesca Anna Rosewall Mataraga
Installational painting exhibited in 'circle/square' at the Tin Sheds Gallery, Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney. Exhibition dates: 18 March - 2 April 2011.

The Empty Space

Francesca Mataraga
Sculptural works associated with the Empty Space Project (2006-2008), The PM Project (2005) and associated works.

circle/square (Liz Shreeve, Kate Mackay, Francesca Mataraga, Pam Aitken, Marlene Sarroff)

Francesca Anna Rosewall Mataraga
Exhibition Catalogue for circle/square at the Tin Sheds Gallery, Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, The University of Sydney. Exhibition dates: 18 March - 2 April 2011.

The Dismissal

Graham Cheney
The Dismissal exhibition was created as a document of the events that lead to the dismissal of the Whitlam Labor Government 11, November 1975. Through a series of twelve paintings, the exhibition examines the events surrounding the dismissal of the Whitlam Government by the Governor-General of Australia Sir John Kerr. It focuses on the turbulent period in which the Labor government reshaped the Australian cultural and political landscape, looking at the dramas both in the...

Sacred Geoms

Oya Demirbilek & Phillippa Carnemolla
Curated by Juliana Bartulin, this exhibition held in February 2012, at the Balmain Watch House Gallery showcased the authors explorations in sacred geometry, platonic and sacred geometry and the mathematics of nature. The pieces exhibited were highly detailed jewellery and sculptural pieces hand worked and technologically crafted, resulting from the fascination of both authors with the universal influence of geometry on generations of philosophical thought and religious culture.

Colonial Ghost Stories

Graham Cheney
1) Elysian Fields, Tartarus, Asphodel Meadows and Charon the ferry man (Death Bird): A series of 4 paintings based on The Colonial Ghost story of Greenmans Inn This is the story of an Inn built on the Hawkesbury that turned into a violent place of murder and notorious act of cruelty. It was said the barmaids were kidnapped. Men were often tied down to rocks and drowned by the incoming tide or weighed down with...


Katherine Moline
Installation photographs of solo exhibition, 'Sugarwalls', at Yuill Crowley Gallery, curated by Kerry Crowley.

Registration Year

  • 2021
  • 2018

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  • UNSW Sydney