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Current appointment(s):

DECRA ARC Research Fellow

Dr Lily Hibberd is a DECRA ARC Research Fellow in the National Institute of Experimental Arts. An interdisciplinary artist, writer and curator, her research centres on marginalised people and communities and the restoration of their histories through new forms of memory.
People
Current appointment(s):

Vice-Chancellor's Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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.
People
Current appointment(s):

Senior Lecturer, UNSW Art & Design
Program Coordinator Stage 3 (Examination and Graduation)
Acting Program Director (Art Theory)

Dr Uros Cvoro is a senior lecturer at the College of Fine Arts, and is a researcher at Contemporary Culture, Art & Politics (CCAP). 
Projects
Developments in digital media have provided the potential for a reassessment of narrative and memory in contemporary culture. Eclipse engages this potential; reformulating conventional narrative into a multi-dimensional form that can examine the way that our memory of disparate events is
Books
Analysing contemporary visual art produced in the context of conflict and trauma from a range of countries, including Colombia, Northern Ireland, South Africa, and Australia.
Events
When:
15 March 2014 to 7 June 2014
A major six-channel video installation that represented Ireland in the 55th Venice Biennale discussing conflict in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Projects
Magnesium Light is a video art installation consisting of two video works: “You and I” and “Hold Me.” Together, they investigate the circulation of public and private memories of the abuse against the inmates of Abu Ghraib.
Projects
Todtnauberg is a video artwork that takes as its starting point the 1967 meeting between the Jewish poet, Paul Celan, and the German philosopher, Martin Heidegger.
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