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    • An Ostrich Told Me the World is Fake and I Think I Believe It 

      Pendragon, Lachlan (2022)
      Research Background: This short animated film explores the unique relationship between reflexivity and illusionism in stop motion animated films. Much appeal is derived from stop motion’s handmade qualities and ...
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    • Down the Morning 

      Cooke, Stuart (2022)
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    • On the Path above a Village 

      Cooke, Stuart (2022)
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    • Land Art 

      Cooke, Stuart (2022)
      Background 1) The art of the land: Land Art draws on my ongoing interest in more-than-human agencies and creativity. The poems attempt to evoke living, breathing landscapes in which human participation and observation is ...
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    • enable 

      Reid-Singer, Sophie (2020)
      Serendipity describes an unintended but pleasant development of events. For example, it was serendipitous that the HDMI cable provided while installing enable (2020)—a standalone generative artwork running from a tablet ...
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    • Shine your light: The life and lessons of Madeline Woleg 

      Sunderland, Naomi; Graham, Phil; Spence, Joel; Cooper, Rae; Harris, Kayla (2021)
      Research background: This research seeks to understand the ways in which First Nations People use music as a means of advocacy. The research builds on three years of arts based community development activity in Vanuatu ...
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    • The Wrong Kind of Beauty - Sites of Connection 

      Tomlinson, Vanessa; Griswold, Erik; Buziak, renata; baker-Finch, Jan; Kelleher, Vicki (2021)
      The Wrong Kind of Beauty incorporates three interconnected filmed performances at a research site at Murphy’s Creek near Toowoomba. Encompassing poetry, movement, imagery, and sound, it expresses the artists’ experiential ...
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    • Piano Burning by Annea Lockwood 

      Tomlinson, Vanessa (2021)
      Annea Lockwoods Piano Transplant Series, including Piano Burning, reconsider the piano in new temporal conditions – opening the possibility of the change and transformation in sound, shape, function, attention and awareness ...
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    • The Immersive Guitar 

      Tomlinson, Vanessa; Schaupp, Karin; Karampour, Hasaan; Wolfe, Bruce; Redgate, Jim (2021)
      The Immersive Guitar is contributing to the fields of instrument design, sonic architectural spaces, public art programming, composition and new performance practice. TIG examines the space between instrument and architecture, ...
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    • Griffith the Utopian 

      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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    • Site 

      Cooke, Stuart (2022)
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    • Landless, Iberá 

      Cooke, Stuart (2022)
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    • Farsh-e-Parandeh (Flying Carpet): An Animated, Mandalic Projected Carpet 

      Honari, Leila (2022)
      Research Background: Synergies between the arts of carpet design and animation fostered the creation of an animated aerial-projected installation Farsh-e-Parandeh, roughly translated as ‘Flying Carpet’. It is a moving-image ...
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    • Once Upon a Time Was Last Night 

      Breen, Sally (eTropic: electronic journal of studies in the Tropics, 2017)
      A short story: "Sometimes it feels as if I could leech out into nothing, pull a string — just to see what happens. I rarely think before I act and I always act before I speak. Sometimes I act and never speak again."
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    • Sea City 

      Breen, Sally (TEXT: journal of writing and writing courses, 2021)
      Dr Sally Breen is the author of The Casuals (2011), winner of the Varuna Harper Collins Manuscript Prize, and Atomic City (2013), shortlisted for the People’s Choice Book of the Year Queensland Literary Awards 2014. Her ...
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    • The Stolen Button 

      Honari, Leila; Shek, Marianna (2017)
      The Stolen Button is a fully illustrated 48-page book intended for a young teenage audience. It represents multicultural stories in an Australian landscape and contains dark themes in an imaginative space portraying an ...
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    • Reparative Aesthetics: Rosangela Renno and Fiona Pardington 

      Best, Sue (2015)
      BACKGROUND: Reparative Aesthetics, curated by Susan Best, was comprised of photographs by two women artists from the southern hemisphere, contributing to what has been called the "archival turn" in contemporary art; that ...
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    • Greta From Marketing 

      Baker, Anthony (2020)
      Greta From Marketing implements FaceSwap.py. A python/tensorflow A.I. environment which replaces Greta Thunberg's face in her famous climate action conference speech, with Scott Morrison's face. QR code stickers have been ...
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    • Transmuting Beyond Uncompassion For the Other of Up or Forward 

      Baker, Anthony (2021)
      Research Background: Transmuting Beyond Uncompassion For the Other of up or Forward was a site specific sculpture installed on Currumbin Beach for Swell Festival 2021. The work is a seven meter tensegrity using spirit ...
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    • public void untitled (){} 

      Baker, Anthony; Reid-Singer, Sophie (2019)
      Collaborating with Sophie Reid-Singer our objective was to merge our personal experience of the hospice environment and corporeal anxieties through different modes of interactive and analogue interfaces. The process ...
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