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Research Director, Design and Art Australia Online

Dr Gillian Fuller is a digital media specialist whose research focuses on the impact of digital cultures on the interaction and aesthetics of bodies, matter and data in space. She also has a background in information and communication design in cultural institutions.
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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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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.
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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.
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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). 
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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.
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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.