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Environment & Sustainability

Environment & Sustainability

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Current appointment(s):

Lecturer, UNSW Art & Design
 

Dr. Julie Louise Bacon is an artist, curator and writer. Her research focuses on contemporary shifts in the way that time is experienced and understood as the relationship between cultures and technologies changes, and scientific theories about matter and worlds evolve.
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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.
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Current appointment(s):

Lecturer, Contemporary Art Theory and History

Veronica Tello is a Chilean-Australian writer. Her research broadly focuses on biopolitics and critical border studies. She enagages discourses of decolonisation to examine the potentiality of subaltern knowledge and 'border thinking' as made manifest via collaborative projects between contemporary artists, refugees, asylum seekers, undocumented migrants, and stateless people.
Projects
Earth V Sky is a computerised installation situated waterside at Rozelle Bay in the Sydney suburb of Glebe.
Labs & Groups
ERIA trials renewable energy with analogue and digital media technologies to create innovative models of public art that are environmentally sensitive and self-sustaining.
Events
When:
6 February 2014 to 22 March 2014
This survey exhibition curated by Gavin Wilson traces Richard Goodwin’s career as a sculptor and architect from 1991.
Events
When:
17 November 2011 to 18 December 2011
A Customs House exhibition showcasing five influential projects evoking the city as part of an ecology affected by human action
Events
When:
7 June 2013 to 20 June 2013
An experimental, interactive exhibition in which artists deploy a range of electronic media and tactics to both map and move throughout the city