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Richard Goodwin's ARC funded project on the revision of public space in the city using public art to test the functional boundaries of built form.
This research establishes the significance and value of art concerned with social and political events, providing the first comprehensive analysis of the treatment of real events...
Curating Cities is a five-year research project that examines how the arts can generate environmentally beneficial behavioural change and influence the development of green...
Pure Land: inside the Mogao Grottoes at Dunhuang (AR edition) is a virtual reconstruction of Cave 220, an important Tang dynasty cave of the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang known for...
Curating Cities explores both the current and potential contribution of public art to eco-sustainable urban development. Directed at examining the world’s leading practices and ...
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Projects

HokusPokus is multi-channel, sensor-driven video environment exploring the relations between magic, perception and neurology.The work is presented as a three-screen interactive installation that highlights the principles of illusion and performativity in relation to "magic" tricks.
Employing state-of-the art ultra-high resolution imaging systems for applications in the field of cultural heritage and art conservation, preservation and imaging science
plasma_flow is a large-scale, interactive projection that combines immersive surround sound and infrared sensors to create the experience of swimming through a cloud of highly charged particles.
Sonic Wells consists of a series of 'wells' which function as portals of communication between cities.
Struck is three-channel digital video installation that critically addresses the complexities of being diagnosed with a neurological disease. Comprised of a combination of black and white photographic, video, graphic and textual images, the work is projected onto the walls of an enclosed
First published in 2003, the publication is a peer-reviewed, academic journal for the international Fibreculture community
The inspiration for The Love Machine II came from a photo-booth first used throughout east-southeast Asia in the late 1990's.
Thunderbolt, commissioned by the Sydney Olympic Park Authority, is a computerised sculpture erected to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sydney Olympic Games.