70 Works

World Wild Life Documentary: including Blue Heeler Buckley’s Map of Australia 2006

Bonita Ann Ely
Western art and philosophy has a long tradition of constructing a romantic regard for nature that essentially places humanity at odds to its natural environment. This position constructs humanity as either victim to, or conqueror of, the natural world. In contrast Taoist philosophy integrates humanity within natural processes as one factor amongst a multitudinous, infinite, complex, cosmos. A consideration of how a Taoist approach can contribute to contemporary western art practice is limited. The installation,...

Outside In

Katherine Moline
Exhibition at Ivan Dougherty Gallery, curated by Rilka Oakley

Trees near Amiens, Trees near Fricourt, Barrière de la Villette 2005-2007

Debra Anne Phillips
New electronic and digital technologies are providing innovative platforms and contexts for contemporary photo-based visual arts practices and their relationship to society while, concurrently, critical discourse suggests a dilution of the social agency of images in the world at large. This research examines the extent to which the meaning of photographic content can operate on multiple levels by questioning how we perceive, encounter and reflect upon the world around us through an examination of the...

Optic Nerve Sheath Fenestration for Progressive Visual Loss in Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis: A Long-Term Retrospective Observational Study

Adis journals on behalf of, Zongshan Li, Lu Cheng, Yang Xu, Qiao Sun, Jian Zhang, Lin Bai, Ting Feng, Song Tan, Huan Wang, Bolin Deng, Qiang Li, Yaxing Gui & Hui Chen
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Utterances

Ainslie Murray
Utterances considers the role of the body in generating architectural space by actively incorporating the shadows cast by a wandering audience into the work. The currency of physical entities is called into question as shadows of the body appear to move amongst the panels even as the body itself remains distant. The creative tension between the tangible and the intangible becomes evident in the space between the perforated works and their shadows; an ambiguous architectural...

Untitled

Katherine Moline
Artwork in group exhibition Open Season at Yuill Crowley Gallery, curated by Kerry Crowley

Fieldwork Class 1997-2006

Grant McCall
An overview of an anthropology undergraduate fieldwork course taught since 1997 in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the UNSW by Grant McCall. The course involves homestays in Pacific Island villages for 3-4 weeks during which time students experience daily life of the families with whom they live. As well, they carry out fieldwork class exercises, complete a fieldwork diary and submit a final essay.

Degustation bowls 2006

Jacqueline Ruth Clayton & Paul Davis
Within the area of ceramics, there is very little work that explores the investigation of the relationship between the hand made and the industrial. Due to expense and access, the application of conventional high end manufacturing techniques and equipment to developed small scale design works has been prohibitive. However, due to a serendipitous turn of events, Jacqueline Clayton has been afforded access to purchase and utilise industrial equipment designed for producing multiples in a manufacturing...

For Evil to Triumph II 2000

Sylvia Elizabeth Ross
Socio-political critique by artists on issues ranging from the intimate to the global has a long tradition within the field of painting. This research investigates the potential role of the artist as one who can challenge, provoke and respond via a variety of media and technologies, highlighting the global and humanitarian consequences of non-action. For Evil to Triumph ll by Sylvia Ross references the silence of oppressed peoples under conservative rule. The work creates a...

Interference

Ainslie Murray
Interference is a series of large-scale textile works exploring the impact of the moving body on air in architectural space. A single hand is isolated in the act of unfurling, its upward and downward arcs traced in two dimensions. Air is considered as liquid, and the wake of the hand is traced in a series of radiating lines marking both time and space. Architecture offers itself as a containing edge, continuously reflecting the displaced air...

Deterritorialization

Katherine Moline
Solo Exhibition at Yuill Crowley Gallery, 2000

Relationships

Katherine Moline
Exhibition at Cofa Space, curated by Emma Robertson.

This Way

Katherine Moline
Group exhibition This Way at Cofa Space curated by Vaughan Rees.

Footfall

Ainslie Murray
Footfall considered the tensions between the geometric conceptualisation of a walk as articulated on a map, and the actual experience of it in terms of the physical change in altitude. Each maquette was made of folded and stitched Mylar and related to walks made to Burstall Pass, the Burgess Shale and Sulphur Mountain, near Banff, Canada. The Mylar surface was repetitiously perforated with a map of each walk and placed directly opposite a constructed section...

Divide

John Gillies
2 channel video and sound installation, installed at the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia 2006.

Panorama 1 Heidelberg School Artists Trail 2007, Panorama 2 Heidelberg School Artists Trail 2007

Gary Carsley
The history of the photographic image places it within a context of an accurate and authentic representation of a chosen scene. This position has been progressively challenged through an engagement with context and process – particularly digital. Painting, on the other hand, is seen to operate at the interpretive end of this spectrum and little work has been done to explore the potential of a critical convergence of these two seemingly disparate disciplines – a...

Cara de Buseta

Ross Bowen Harley
In Latin American cities such as Bogota, private buses feature heavily in the profile of mass transportation available to the urban populous. The small business-people who own and run these buses heavily customise and modify the generic designs of their vehicles. Such “mods” are said to reflect the personalities of their owners: each bus is unique in its decoration, colouring, interior design, bodywork, and “face”. The Colectivo Ejecutivo research group, led by Ross Harley, was...

Liz Williamson woven in Asia

Elizabeth Blanche Williamson
In 2001 UNESCO invited artisans from 14 different countries to participate and teach in the cultural conference, ‘Vital Design’. Held over 3 weeks, the workshop explored issues of design, textiles, weaving, dying, promoting and packaging for traditional communities, specifically with the intent of expanding their repertoire of weaving and design patterns in order to generating income from the resulting products. In response to working specifically with weavers from Cambodia, India and Vietnam, textile artist Liz...

Azure series

Lynne Roberts-Goodwin
Accurate transnational identification, tracking and surveillance of falcons is a matter of historic and contemporary concern in the Middle East and West Asia. Considerable research has been carried out to control the cross-border falcon trade and to conserve the sub-species of these animals. Conversely, the contemporary place of portraiture, and of reproductive technologies, in these predominately Islamic cultures offers a unique intersection of western technology with traditional Islamic culture. This research explores problems connected to...

Bluey and Curley Conduct the Children's Choir 2002

Bonita Ann Ely
For artists interested in questions of social and political justice there is a strong tradition of working with symbols and images appropriated from the wider culture. The installation interrogates Australia’s racist assumptions regarding Islam arising from stereotypical signs related to traditional Muslim attire, alluding to the fact that these attitudes persist and drive Australia’s involvement in the current Iraqi war. Asking, does the social history of racism in Australia contribute to the imposition of a...

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