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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 infrastructure in urban environments.
Curating Cities explores both the current and potential contribution of public art to eco-sustainable urban development.
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 in art since the watershed of September 11, 2001.
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Rather than asking how humans experience computers and networks, Anna Munster asks how networks experience—what operations they perform and undergo to change and produce new forms of experience.
Douglas Kahn rethinks energy at a global scale, from brainwaves to outer space, through detailed discussions of musicians, artists and scientists.
As a highly-respected Australian artist and architect, Richard Goodwin aims to change our view of cities as collections of individual buildings.
Theoretically ambitious and fiercely original, Jill Bennett's radical new account of art’s foundation in the social world and of the value of aesthetics to contemporary society.
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Date Posted: 7th August 2013
Russell Lowe and Richard Goodwin discuss "Crysis in Parasite Paradise: The Work of Realtime Porosity Studio, 2013"
Date Posted: 9th August 2013
Curating Cities is a 5-year research project that examines how the arts can generate environmentally beneficial behaviour change and influence the development of green infrastructure in urban environments.
Date Posted: 2nd August 2013
Crown Prince and Princess of Denmark attend the Curating Cities launch
Date Posted: 9th December 2013
DJ Spooky at the Curating Cities Forum: with Professor Douglas Kahn and Professor Richard Goodwin.