Recent Submissions

  • Women on the Wall - A revealing journey into the world of street art of women 

    Fleischmann, Katja (2021)
    Digital artwork (1440 x 1080 pixel, Mp4 video file, Length 6:40 min) “Women on the Wall” visualises a journey made when interviewing influential wall artists who challenge male stereotypes of women subjects of wall art. ...
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  • Candy Coated 

    Finn, Bianca (2021)
    Beetson’s Candy Coated is made from materials taken from toys and references the possum and kangaroo skin cloaks worn by Indigenous people from the east coast of Australia. The cloak critiques the hyper consumeristic habits ...
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  • York Bowen: 4 Preludes, 3 Miniatures, and 12 Studies 

    She, Oliver (2021)
    This creative research output consists of my live performance of English composer York Bowen’s Twelve Studies (1916) for piano, captured on video. According to available documentation, these Studies have not been publicly ...
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  • Gender Card: International Day to End Obstetric Fistula (Episode 18) 

    Donnellan-Fernandez, Roslyn; Newnham, Elizabeth; Haxton, Nance (Gender Equality Research Network Podcast, 2021)
    Today on the International day to End Obstetric Fistula, The Gender Card podcast puts the focus on maternal health, and the vital role of midwives in ensuring not only the health of mother and baby at birth, but throughout ...
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  • She Conjured the Clouds 

    Williams, Justene (2021)
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  • Verge 

    Cooke, Graham (Blackbox Manifold, 2021)
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  • Laguna 

    Cooke, Graham (Blackbox Manifold, 2021)
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  • Documenting the Instrument and Instrument-making of Angkuoch, Cambodian Mouth Harp (EMKP-SG02). 

    Grant, Catherine (2021)
    Background: This web-based digital repository is an outcome of an international research project documenting the musical instrument Angkuoch in Siem Reap province, Cambodia. Funded by the Endangered Material Knowledge ...
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  • Design cultures of repair and care 

    Kalantidou, Eleni (2021)
    Being part of cultures that knew how to mend and restore enabled the collective care for the artifact. Gradually these cultures became techno-centric and disconnected from the process of making. They became entangled in ...
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  • Extending the Blue Track, Minyirr Park 

    Cooke, Graham (Island, 2021)
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  • Proserpine Administration Building Conceptual Proposal 

    Dupre, Karine; Keating, Kirra; Cumberland, Jake; Baptiste, Mathieu (2017)
    Following Tropical Cyclone Debbie in March/April 2017, the Proserpine Administration Building suffered external and internal damages, that needed to be repaired. This situation was seen as an opportunity to think anew the ...
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  • 2021 Soul Boat Sydney Contemporary, Carriageworks Sydney 

    Williams, Justene (2021)
    A live performance and sculptural work
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  • Motalava Come to Me 

    Sunderland, Naomi; Graham, Phil; Firewind, Joseph; Woleg, Edgar Howard (2020)
    Research background: This research builds on three years of arts based community development activity in Vanuatu with local musicians and cultural leaders. The research was funded by the Queensland Conservatorium Research ...
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  • Ascendance 

    Harvey, Louise; Moyes, Peter (2021)
    Research Background: The interpretation and representation of music via colour, form, and movement has been central to abstract animation since the invention of cinema. Inspired by 20th C abstract animation giants Oskar ...
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  • White Rabbit Obscura 

    Bayes, Chantelle (Meniscus, 2018)
    An experimental narrative which adapts elements of Surrealist and German Expressionist film to a written piece about creation, persistence and sacrifice. The intention is for the reader to fill in the gaps and decide how ...
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  • Kosciuszko Revisited 

    Tuffley, David (Kosciuszko Revisited, 2021)
    In the field of Applied Ethics, this text recounts the metaphorical journey to the mountains, there to climb the highest peak. It requires physical toughness, but also mental toughness. It reflects the inner journey that ...
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  • Charleville Revisited: Outback Odyssey 

    Tuffley, David (2021)
    As a researcher of Applied Ethics, I was interested to explore the savage underlying nature that resides in all humans. Civilised life obscures, but this Shadow Self as Carl Jung called it is everpresent. It needs to be ...
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  • Puppet Plane Panic (Blue Pushmi-Pullyu); Puppet Pool 

    Platz, William (2020)
    Background:Since conducting an experiment with drawing-enabled puppets (draughtspuppets) during a residency in Tokyo in 2016, my drawing practice towards a long and in-depth study of the implications of draughtspuppets in ...
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  • Griffith the Dantista 

    Schultz, Karen (2020)
    Background By invitation, I contributed research text to the SCLQ’s public Exhibition, The Many Hats of Sir Samuel Griffith. Marking the centenary of Griffith’s passing, this eponymous Exhibition is long-running, ...
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  • Shadow of a Mouse: behind, beside and beyond the animated image 

    Moyes, Peter (2013)
    Research Background: Animation history attests to the many and varied interests and endeavours alongside and behind a pursuit of moving imagery. Moreover, the techniques of animation invite engagement with a diverse range ...
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