Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING (190000) > VISUAL ARTS AND CRAFTS (190500) > Lens-based Practice (190503)"
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Alwast, Peter (2008) Everything. [Visual Artwork]
Alwast, Peter (2011) Future perfect. [Visual Artwork]
Armstrong, Keith M., O'Neill, Lisa, Webster, Guy, & Sade, Gavin J. (2000) transit_lounge 2 (The further adventures of Ling Change). [Digital/Creative Work]
Booth, Anastasia Gaea (2015) Sepulchre. [Visual Artwork]
Burgess, Jean (2006) Vernacular Creativity, Cultural Participation and New Media Literacy: Photography and the Flickr Network. In Internet Research 7.0: Internet Convergences (AoIR), 2007, Brisbane. (Unpublished)
Franz, Jill M. (2010) Arts-based research. In Higgs, Joy, Cherry, Nita, Macklin, Rob, & Ajjawi, Rola (Eds.) Researching Practice : A Discourse on Qualitative Methodologies. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, 217 -226.
Garnons-Williams, Victoria (2015) Cultural relativity as exchange : J.W. Lindt’s 'bush character and Aboriginal' from 'The Grafton Album', circa 1872. In Maxwell, Elizabeth Anne & Croci, Josephine (Eds.) Shifting Focus: Colonial Australian Photography 1850-1920. Australia Scholarly Publishing Pty Ltd, North Melbourne, Australia, pp. 100-111.
Garnons-Williams, Victoria (2014) Fred Hunt. Queensland Centre for Photography (QCP), Brisbane, Australia..
Garnons-Williams, Victoria (2012) J.W.Lindt’s Colonial man and Aborigine image from the GRAFTON ALBUM : “On chemistry and optics all does not depend, art must with these in triple union blend”. In Maxwell, Elizabeth Anne (Ed.) Migration and Exchange: Symposium on Early Australian Photography, 29-30 November 2012, Melbourne, VIC. (Unpublished)
Garnons-Williams, Victoria (2012) Queensland centre for photography : September exhibition catalogue. QCP September Exhibition #8.
Garnons-Williams, Victoria (2012) Silver Gelatin Print: A group exhibition curated by Karen Milder that investigates and captures the traditional processes using photograms, liquid emulsion, toning, hand-colouring and film. Part of the Queensland Festival of Photography 4 (QFP4). [Exhibition/Event]
Garnons-Williams, Victoria (2015) The last laugh: Aesthetic methods of contemporary Australian Indigenous women photographers. In Fast Forward: Women in Photography, 6-7 November 2015, London, UK. (Unpublished)
Garnons-Williams, Victoria (2016) The last laugh: The agency of alternative aesthetics in the work of contemporary Australian Indigenous women photographers. Photography and Culture, 9(3). (In Press)
Garnons-Williams, Victoria & Rexer, Lyle (2011) Renata Buziak : Afterimage. [UNSPECIFIED]
Garnons-Williams, Victoria & Simpson, Sancintya (2010) Walking under the land. Walking under the land, pp. 1-5. (Unpublished)
Gibson, Celise (2014) Slippage: Reclaiming personal family history through contemporary photomedia. In Garnons-Williams, Victoria (Ed.) Photography and Fiction: Locating Dynamics of Practice, Queensland Centre for Photography, Brisbane, QLD, pp. 75-78.
Holtsclaw, Anita (2013) Silver palace. [Visual Artwork]
Holtsclaw, Anita (2012) across the sea. [Visual Artwork]
Holtsclaw, Anita (2013) The waves, parts 1 and 2. [Visual Artwork]
King-Smith, Leah (2005) ArtConnexions series. [Visual Artwork]
King-Smith, Leah (2006) Athletes series. [Visual Artwork]
King-Smith, Leah (2006) Dancelines series. [Visual Artwork]
McKewen, Daniel (2008) Explosive Revelations. [Visual Artwork]
McKewen, Daniel (2008) me as al, you as bobby, me as bobby, you as al. [Visual Artwork]
Pedersen, Courtney (2014) Representing places never visited: Landscape and the diasporic imagination. In Garnons-Williams, Victoria (Ed.) Photography and Fiction: Locating Dynamics of Practice, Queensland Centre for Photography, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, pp. 71-74.
Quanchi, Max (2004) Contrary images: Photographing the new Pacific in walkabout magazine. Journal of Australian Studies, 27(79), pp. 73-88.
Quanchi, Max (2000) Iconography and identity – the appropriation of crab-claw sails in Oceania. In Pacific Arts Association Conference, Noumea 2000, June 2000, Noumea, New Caledonia. (Unpublished)
Quanchi, Max (2000) The imaging of Samoa in illustrated magazines and serial encyclopaedia in the early 20th century. In 15th Pacific History Association Conference, NUS, Samoa, December 2000, Apai, Samoa. (Unpublished)
Quanchi, Max (2004) "A name that featured once or twice a year; Not noticing French New Caledonia in mid-20th century British Australia". In 6th Pacific History Association conference, University of New Caledonia, December 2004, Noumea, New Caledonia. (Unpublished)
Robb, Charles (2014) Permanent shift: the topology of Didier Vermeiren's Cariatide à la Pierre. In Garnons-Williams, Victoria (Ed.) Photography and Fictions, Queensland Festival of Photography 5 Conference, Queensland Centre for Photography (QCP), Queensland University of Technology, Griffith University and Queensland Centre for Photography, Brisbane, QLD, pp. 53-58.
Robb, Charles (2010) Stephen Russell : Super Vanitas. In Breikers, Joseph, Goodwin, Channon, Kerr, Timothy P., McKewen, Daniel, Rajkowski, Raymonda, & Woodward, Tim (Eds.) Boxcopy 2009/2010. Boxcopy, Brisbane, pp. 27-31.
Robb, Charles A. (2008) Subtraction and refraction: self and process in the work of Martin Smith. In Ortega, Maurice (Ed.) Martin Smith photographs: in response to... Queensland Centre for Photography, Brisbane, QLD, pp. 13-15.
Weir, Ian James (2007) Lightsite. Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Visual Arts, University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.