PhD students Jorge Forseck and Deb Turnbull Tillman have been awarded travel grants from the Graduate Research School and the Faculty of Art & Design to present a long paper titled “An Exploratory Case Study into Curatorial Intervention Within the Context of HCI” at the Human Computer Interaction International 2017 in Vancouver, …
Kate Dunn is currently exhibiting two artworks in the UNSW Galleries Exhibition A Working Model of the World, co-curated by Lizzie Muller and Holly Williams. The artworks are Endless Summer – a 3D model that traces Sydney’s recent record-breaking heatwaves (pictured in the thumbnail image), and Sydney Heatwaves – a set of 3D models that depict …
Congratulations to our director Mari Velonaki on her promotion to full Professor!
We were very pleased to welcome to our lab: A/Prof Hideyuki Ando (Osaka University), A/Prof Junji Watanabe (Tokyo Institute of Technology), and Dr Dominick Chen (Dividual KK).
Two luminous cube-like objects appear to be floating above the surface of a lacquered wooden structure that perches on impossibly slender legs. Read More
A wooden table-like object is placed opposite the Circle D: Fragile Balances work in the exhibition space. The object is made of has the same finish as the base from Circle D: Fragile Balances. Read More
Diamandini is an interactive humanoid robot developed over a period of five years and supported by an Australian Research Council Discovery grant. Diamandini is 155cm high, unrealistically slender, and externally finished in a porcelain-like material. Read More