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Director, 3D Visualisation Aesthetics Lab
Senior Lecturer, College of Fine Arts (COFA), UNSW

Associate Professor John McGhee is Deputy Director of NIEA and Director of the 3D Visualisation Aesthetics Lab.  A practicing 3D CGI artist, researcher and senior lecturer, McGhee has background in design and 3D computer arts research.  His visual practice explores arts-led modes of visualising c
Projects
The Australian Socio-Graphic AIDS Project (AGAP) documents the unfolding of Australian HIV/AIDS prevention campaigns by the Commonwealth, state, and territory governments, as well as non-government agencies and community based organisations.
Projects
3D MED-i explores iimmersive arts-led 3D visualisation approaches using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Computed Tomography (CT) data.
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Associate Professor, College of Fine Arts, UNSW
Professor of Art and Visual Culture, University of East London

Associate Professsor Fay (Fae) Brauer's research and publications explore the cultural politics and national rivalry inherent in showcasing and acquiring art, as well as interactions in art, science and medicine through visual cultures of the human and animal body.
Events
When:
22 November 2011
Discussing the role of public art in urban ecology in a partner project between Sydney and Copenhagen
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Postdoctoral fellow, Creative Robotics Laboratory

Dr David Silvera-Tawil is an Early Career Researcher with a strong record in the fields of tactile sensing and human-robot interaction (HRI).
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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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Associate Dean (Research Training), UNSW Art & Design
Convenor, Spatial Design Stream

 

Specialising in spatial design and design history and theory, focussing on restorative and therapeutic environments in health care and urban settings.