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Jeong Greaves is a research assistant at NIEA. She completed a Bachelor of Art Theory with Distinction at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW. She is currently completing a Bachelor of Science in hydrogeology and Environmental Impact Assessment, and a Bachelor Arts majoring in Philosophy and History.
Greaves has worked on various major events produced by NIEA, including the Double Experimental Arts Conference (2011) and Beyond the Last Sky: A Symposium Exploring the Representaiton of Palestine in Australia (2012). Currently, she is working in research strategy and support on a number of Australian Research Council competitive grant applications, and is a research assistant at the iCinema Centre for Interactive Cinema Research as well as at NIEA.
Greaves' research interests span the politics of visual culture, art-science collaborative ethics, remote sensing applications in water resource management, and the influence of art and design disciplines on communication in scientific fields. Previously, she has presented work on the role of monumental mythology in the construction of national identity, and the manipulation of political memory via visual culture.
Greaves also contributes to the online archive resulting from the ARC Curating Cities research project, Curating Cities: A Database of Eco Public Art.
Research Assistant, NIEA
Research Assistant, iCinema Centre for Interactive Cinema Research