You are here

Back

NIEA Researchers

NIEA Researchers

Showing 27 items
People
Current appointment(s):

DECRA ARC Research Fellow

Dr Lily Hibberd is a DECRA ARC Research Fellow in the National Institute of Experimental Arts. An interdisciplinary artist, writer and curator, her research centres on marginalised people and communities and the restoration of their histories through new forms of memory.
People
Current appointment(s):

Lecturer, Art & Design, UNSW

Working in the kitchen, Lindsay Kelley's art practice and scholarship explore how the experience of eating changes when technologies are being eaten.
People
Current appointment(s):

Associate Dean (Research Training), UNSW Art & Design
Convenor, Spatial Design Stream

 

Specialising in spatial design and design history and theory, focussing on restorative and therapeutic environments in health care and urban settings.
People
Current appointment(s):

Senior Lecturer, College of Fine Arts (COFA), UNSW
Researcher, Contemporary Culture, Art & Politics (CCAP)

Dr Michele Barker works in the field of new media arts, exhibiting extensively both in Australia and overseas. Barker has contributed to the field of new media arts extensively via her engagement as a research-oriented practitioner.
People
Current appointment(s):

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Experience & Empathy Lab

Natasha Ginnivan is a postdoctoral fellow with the UNSW School of Art & Design whose research is focussed on the experience of ageing and societal attitudes towards ageing.
People
Current appointment(s):

Director of Postgraduate Research, College of Fine Arts, UNSW
Deputy Director, Creative Robotics Laboratory, COFA, UNSW
Senior Lecturer, College of Fine Arts, UNSW

Dr Petra Gemeinboeck's installation practice explores the materiality of the digital, its embodiment, agency and performativity. She is interested in the audiences’ aesthetic experience as they become bodily involved, or even implicated.
People
Dr Tim Gregory is a theorist and artist. His research focus is on the spatio-political potentiality of pornography. Gregory's practice revolves around the movement of the invisible to the visible and the homogenizing effect that the “consensus” has on our daily experience.
People
Current appointment(s):

Senior Lecturer, UNSW Art & Design
Program Coordinator Stage 3 (Examination and Graduation)
Acting Program Director (Art Theory)

Dr Uros Cvoro is a senior lecturer at the College of Fine Arts, and is a researcher at Contemporary Culture, Art & Politics (CCAP).