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Kate Dunn

Kate Dunn

Biography

Kate Dunn is a practicing artist and designer with a strong international research background.Her research investigates sustainable material innovation, robotics and digital fabrication in the fields of data visualisation and art and design. Working collaboratively, Dunn’s research looks at hacking digital fabrication technologies to create new and sustainable options. In the burgeoning fields of 3D printing, there is a tremendous opportunity to create sustainable approaches that have long-term positive outcomes, both for the environment and for human interactions with technology. Dunn has a background in ceramics, sculpture and 3D printing; she has had over 40 exhibitions both nationally and internationally.

Recent projects and achievements include:
-The Robots in Architecture, Art and Design conference: interactive robotic 3D printing workshop co-chair in collaboration with colleagues from Harvard University, The Catalonian Institute of Architects and Sydney University 
Rapid Prototyping- Models of Climate Change, at the Macleay Museum University of Sydney solo exhibition
-Invited presenter Building Steam Symposium University of Florida
-Member of the Robotics Research Group in the faculty of Architecture at the University of Sydney
-Awarded the Ethel M Chettle Post Graduate Scholarship in Architecture University of Sydney
-Invited speaker, CSIRO's Computational and Simulation Sciences and eResearch Conference Melbourne Australia;
-Selected for Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney and Cottosloe

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