Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING (190000) > ART THEORY AND CRITICISM (190100) > Art History (190102)"
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Bannah, Max (2008) Crossing the dotted line : animation and Aboriginal representation. In Stephen, Ann, Goad, Philip, & McNamara, Andrew E. (Eds.) Modern times : the untold story of modernism in Australia. Miegunyah Press, Carlton , Vic., pp. 62-69.
Brisbin, Christopher A. (2011) Optical affects: Fenestrations and optical fascinations in the re-embodied architecture of South-East Queensland. In McNamara, Andrew E. (Ed.) Sweat: The Subtropical Imaginary. Institute of Modern Art, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Qld.
McNamara, Andrew E. & Stephen, Ann (2015) The modern primitive and the antipodes: The visual arts and Oceania. In Ross, Stephen & Lindgren, Allana C. (Eds.) The Modernist World. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), Oxon, Abingdon and New York, pp. 291-298.
Rimmer, Matthew (1998) Four stories about copyright law and appropriation art. Media and Arts Law Review, 3(4), pp. 180-193.
Brisbin, Christopher A. (2008) optical_surfaces: the emergence of surface distrubance and embodied affect in architecture. In Hawker, Rosemary & WOODROW, Ross (Eds.) Alpha Alpha Alpha November Zulu Annual Conference of the AAANZ Art Association of Australia and New Zealand, December, 2008, Brisbane. (In Press)
Robb, Charles (2010) Wrapped Fragments : Drapery, the Eighteenth Century Portrait Bust and the Male Subject. In King Power Designing Masculinities Symposium Conference Proceedings, RMIT, Melbourne, Victoria. (In Press)
McNamara, Andrew (2008) Modern Times: The Untold History of Modernism in Australia. [Exhibition/Event]
McNamara, Andrew E. & Stephen, Ann (2013) The double risk of primitivism. [Textual Work]
McNamara, Andrew E. (2012) "Gail Hastings". Less Is More: Minimal + Post-Minimal Art in Australia.