55 Works

Aquila Young EP \"Distance Echoes\"

Brendan Anthony
As the mixing engineer of this record my job was to sculpt various producers' nuances and combine my own 'sound' to finalise a unified work of art for the artist. My role as a researcher was to conduct a qualitative study into mixing a multi producer-based recording.
Review of EP.

Aconiti lateralis Radix Praeparata inhibits Alzheimer’s disease by regulating the complex regulation network with the core of GRIN1 and MAPK1

Yutao Wang, Huixiang Zhang, Jing Wang, Ming Yu, Qianqian Zhang, Shan Yan, Dingyun You, Lanlan Shi, Lihuan Zhang, Limei Wang, Hongxiang Wu & Xue Cao
Current medicine for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) cannot effectively reverse or block nerve injury. Traditional Chinese Medicine practice and research imply Aconiti lateralis Radix Praeparata (Fuzi) may meet this goal. Analysing the anti-AD effect of Fuzi and its potential molecular mechanism. AD model cells were treated with Fuzi in 0-300 mg/mL for 24 h in 37 °C. The cell viability (CV) and length of cell projections (LCP) for each group were observed, analysed, and standardised using...

Different cellular mechanisms from low- and high-dose zinc oxide nanoparticles-induced heart tube malformation during embryogenesis

Mengwei Wang, Ping Zhang, Zeyu Li, Yu Yan, Xin Cheng, Guang Wang & Xuesong Yang
With the wide application of nanometer materials in daily life, people pay more attention to the potential toxicity of nanoparticles to human fetal development once the nanoparticles are absorbed into the human body during pregnancy. However, there was no directly solid evidence for ZnO NPs-caused congenital heart defects. Hence, we investigated the effect of ZnO NPs exposure on early cardiogenesis using the chicken/mouse embryo models. First, we showed ZnO NPs reduced H9c2 cell viability in...

Sonic Dreams - Extinction

Vanessa Tomlinson
Sonic Dreams is an open instrument composition that looks at species extinction in the Australian context. Viewed through an examination of loss or absence in our soundscape, this piece proposes imagined sounds from the perspective of individual extinct or critically endangered spieces as both a pro-active environmental stance, and as an interconnectedness to place, history and myth. Using archival research, heavily dominated by visual and descriptive materials – rarely sounded, embodied knowledge – the performers...

She's Not There: virtuality, animation and live music in performance

Peter Moyes & Louise Harvey
The She's Not There project utilizes new technologies and techniques in animated filmmaking in contributing to a tradition of animation music relations. A pairing of live musical performance with contemporary animation techniques provides a real-time dynamic to this project and connects back to the theatrical presentations of silent cinema as accompanied by piano or organ.

Listening Boxes

John Ferguson, Vanessa Tomlinson & Sulja Nezovic
Sounds from the local environment are captured and presented in antiquated library drawers, which function as instruments for sonic exploration. The upcycled library catalogue houses the sounds of place, and provides a tangible visual metaphor for memories, triggers, and sonic transformations of the immediate environment. The ephemeral nature of sound is maintained, but the performative action of listening is highlighted. Listening Boxes is an open-ended work that is re-programmed to capture its environment whenever it...

New Works for Guitar Ensemble

Karin Schaupp
With this work I am continuing to facilitate the creation of much-needed high quality new repertoire for guitar ensemble. Three brand new works by emerging composers were chosen through a workshop process, then further developed based on feedback and finally rehearsed and premiered for public and online performance. Two newly reimagined arrangements of existing works by Django Reinhardt were also premiered in this context.

Dear Alice - New work for The Immersive Guitar

Karin Schaupp & Vanessa Tomlinson
Dear Alice is a new composition for The Immersive Guitar - an 11:1 scale classical guitar originally built for Curiocity Brisbane (2021) by the research team Tomlinson, Schaupp with Hassan Karampour, Bruce Wolfe and Jim Redgate. This new work was commissioned by The Adelaide Guitar Festival to mark the purchase of this installation by the Adelaide Festival Centre. Dear Alice is composed and performed by Karin Schaupp and Vanessa Tomlinson - each contributing compositional ideas...

Sarah Hennies | Thought Sectors

Rebecca Lloyd-Jones
On Wednesday, October 26th, 2022, Rebecca Lloyd-Jones presented the Australian Premiere of Sarah Hennies percussion solo, Thought Sectors. One hour in length, Thought Sectors explores concepts of divided consciousness - the active and receptive brain, with the composition being based on these conditions and their manifestation through sound exploration. Staged at the Woolloongabba Substation, the virtuosic percussion solo consists not only of conventional instruments, such as the vibraphone and bass drum, yet also incorporates items...

Bonyi: Living Culture

Dominique Chen & Libby Harward
Bonyi: Living Culture is a curated exhibition and public programming by Dominique Chen and Libby Harward. The exhibition brought together past and contemporary bonyi stories, perspectives and relationships, through the creative, cultural works of Indigenous artists Aunty Beverly Hand, BJ Murphy, Jo-Anne Driessens, Shannon Brett, Libby Harward, Dominique Chen and Kieron Anderson, on Country that has hosted the artists’ families and ancestors for celebration and business since time immemorial.

Healthy Outcomes of Patients with COVID-19 Two Years after the Infection: A Prospective Cohort Study

Dapeng Li, Xuejiao Liao, Zhi Liu, Zhenghua Ma, Jingke Dong, Guoqin Zheng, Mei Zi, Fang Wang, Qing He, Guobao Li, Zheng Zhang & Lei Liu
The long-term effect of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has been rarely known. This study aimed to investigate healthy outcomes of COVID-19 survivors up to 2 years after the infection. A total of 155 COVID-19 patients, who were discharged from Shenzhen Third People's Hospital from February 2020 to April 2020, were enrolled and followed up until March 4, 2022. COVID-19 survivors received questionnaires of long COVID symptoms and psychological symptoms, pulmonary function tests, chest computed tomography...

Brianna Carpenter 'Landslide'

Brendan Anthony
Brianna Carpenter is an "Australian Idol" Top 12 finalist: Season 5 (2007). Her single 'Landslide' incorporates production via a collaboration process between a DIY producer and an experienced professional whilst delivering a commercial release recording.

Caligula's Horse: Bloom

Brendan Anthony
Progressive rock has stylistic consistencies that a mixing engineer usually adheres to, with this in mind the majority of drums sounds in progressive rock incorporate a highly triggered sound requirement. As the mixing engineer on this 50 min Album of songs, intriguingly I was instructed to maintain the 'realness' of drum sound, given prior stylistic expectations this was a bold step to undertake. My role as a researcher was to conduct a qualitative study into...

Songs of the Latin Skies

Karin Schaupp & Katie Noonan
Katie and Karin have an intuitive musical connection. Their collaborations to date have earned them widespread praise and their latest co-creation, Songs of the Latin Skies once again promises to enchant national audiences. Together they journey through the great South American songbook of bossa nova, samba, salsa and tango, interpreting work by Heitor Villa-Lobos, Luis Bonfa, Antonio Carlos Jobim and more. The album “Songs of The Latin Skies” is 13 tracks, paying homage to this...

Grand Final Day

Brendan Anthony
The “Grand Final Day” E.P Is a continuation into my study into the diversification of my music production style. Following on from the first E.P “Rugby league linguistics” this research continues to test the longevity required for long term creative practice diversification for popular music songwriters and producers.

Opera of Objects

Vanessa Tomlinson, Grant Milliken & Erik Griswold
Opera of Objects - a newly devised collaborative composition explore the sonic nature of objects.

The Prevalence of Heat-related Illnesses and Associated Factors Among Rice Farmers in Vietnam

Nu Quy Linh Tran, Son Nghiem, Cordia Chu, Mai Anh Luong, Thi Tu Ho & Dung Phung
The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence of heat-related illnesses (HRI) and their associated factors among rice farmers in Central Vietnam. A cross-sectional study was conducted using a sample of 379 farmers from August to September 2021 in Ha Tinh province on the north-central coast of Vietnam. A structured questionnaire was used to collect demographic information, farming activities, heat exposure, and health issues. Multivariable logistic regression was used to identify the factors...

Data from: Pathogen spillover driven by rapid changes in bat ecology. Data Index: Overview of study datasets, structure, sources, availability, associated analyses

Peggy Eby, Alison Peel, Andrew Hoegh, Wyatt Madden, John Giles, Peter Hudson & Raina Plowright

Sound of 84 Pianos

Vanessa Tomlinson
84 pianos was presented as part of the Queensland Conservatorium contribution to World Science Festival in a sub-festival called 100 Ways to Listen, in Brisbane. The work was devised by Tomlinson to explore changing acoustics through the in-situ sounding of every piano (84) in the conservatorium building. The composition was by Erik Griswold.

8 Hits

Vanessa Tomlinson
8 Hits was the outcome of an Australia Council Project Fellowship in 2013, which led to the commissioning, development, performance and documentation of 8 new solo percussion works by Cat Hope, Natasha Anderson, Lindsay Vickery, Rosemary Joy, Kate Neal, Vanessa Tomlinson, Peter Knight and Erik Griswold. These works were premiered at a live performance and broadcast at ABC Studio 420 in Brisbane, Queensland. A subsequent performance of the entire program took place at the Melbourne...

The Piano Mill World Premiere, Sounding Harrigans Lane, Alls Grist that Comes to the Mill

Bruce Wolfe, Erik Griswold, Jocelyn Wolfe & Vanessa Tomlinson
The premiere performance at the Piano Mill was a new work by Erik Griswold Alls Grist that Comes to the Mill. Featuring 16 pianists located inside the Piano Mill, designed by architect Bruce Wolfe, this performance was directed by Vanessa Tomlinson. The Piano Mill has gone on to win the APRA/AMC Award for Excellence in Experimental Music, and the World Architecture Award - Cultural Category. This performance was the first in the Easter at the...

Total RNA sequencing of Phlebotomus chinensis, a neglected vector in China, simultaneously revealed viral, bacterial, and eukaryotic microbes that are potentially pathogenic to humans

Jing Wang, Qin-yu Gou, Geng-yan Luo, Xin Hou, Guodong Liang & Mang Shi
Phlebotomus chinensis sandfly is a neglected insect vector in China which is well-known for carrying Leishmania. Recent studies have expanded its pathogen repertoire with two novel arthropod-borne phleboviruses capable of infecting human and animals. Despite these discoveries, our knowledge on the general pathogen diversity and overall microbiome composition of this vector species are still very limited. Here we carried out a meta-transcriptomics analysis which simultaneously revealed the actively replicating/transcribing RNA viruses, DNA viruses, bacteria and...


Paul Dean
Paul Dean's Septet was commissioned by Andrew Johnston for the Melbourne Ensemble as part of a joint plan between the Melbourne based group and Ensemble Q to grow the repertoire, especially Australia repertoire, for the combinations of both the Beethoven Septet and the Schubert Octet. We think of these groupings of instruments as stuck in the early Romantic era and are simply viewed in many circles as time pieces. But the possibilities are endless. Why...

'to have and to hold' installation commission for Museum of Brisbane

Michelle Vine
Michelle Vine’s interactive installation titled, to have and to hold, was part of Play Moves, an exhibition of contemporary art at Museum of Brisbane, 10 December 2022 – 16 April 2023. The installation comprised of two bathtub works, Affirmation Tub 3 is a new work, exhibited with 24 new body-sized wall-based works (the wearable soft sculptures). These were exhibited and extended further with research and new assessable components in the form of Auslan video versions...

The Immersive Guitar

Vanessa Tomlinson, Karin Schaupp, Hasaan Karampour, Bruce Wolfe & Jim Redgate
A project at the intersection of architecture, engineering, music, art and science, The Immersive Guitar (TIG) encapsulates collaboration, creativity, and innovation. TIG is at once a whimsy, an oversized guitar-shaped building, an intimate concert space, a feat of engineering, a display of sustainability and most importantly, a brand new, immersive musical instrument with unique tonal and acoustic properties. What began as internationally renown guitarist Karin Schaupp’s fantastical dream of wanting to step inside her guitar,...

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