Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING (190000) > VISUAL ARTS AND CRAFTS (190500) > Performance and Installation Art (190504)"
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Alwast, Peter (2005) Delivery. [Visual Artwork]
Alwast, Peter (2007) Relics. [Visual Artwork]
Armstrong, Keith M. (2007) In step. [Digital/Creative Work]
Armstrong, Keith M. (2009) Sustaining the sustainable? Developing a practice and problem-led new media praxis. In Smith, Hazel & Dean, Roger (Eds.) Practice-Led Research, Research-led Practice in the Creative Arts. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 187-199.
Armstrong, Keith M., DeQuincey, Tess, & Manner, Richard (2001) Golden circle. [Inter-arts]
Armstrong, Keith M., English, Lawrence, Lickfold, Luke, & Candy, Michael (2013) Night Rage/ Night Fall. [Digital/Creative Work]
Armstrong, Keith M., Lickfold, Luke, & Henderson, Robert (2013) The re-introduction project. [Inter-arts]
Cantrell, Kate (2008) In Bed with Autobiography: Unravelling the Fabric of Gender and Genre in Women’s Bed(room) Confessions. (Unpublished)
Coombs, Courtney (2009) Solo Show. [Visual Artwork]
Delbridge, Matthew (2009) PIPP #2 : Pedestrian Interaction Patch Project. [Inter-arts]
Delbridge, Matthew, Oxley, Rachel, & Jeeves, Tim (2008) About T.I.M. [Inter-arts]
Fredericks, Bronwyn L. (2008) Understanding and living respectfully within Indigenous places. Indigenous Places : World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium Journal, 4(2008), pp. 43-49.
Fredericks, Bronwyn L. (1996) Water Helping Us See: Connecting the Knots. REDRESS: Journal of the Association of Women Educators, 1(1996), p. 18.
Haynes, Rachael Anne (2006) Swimming but drowning. [Visual Artwork]
Heim, Caroline L. & Heim, Christian (2010) Shadowlands (Directed by Caroline Heim). [Live Performance (Play)]
McKewen, Daniel (2008) Explosive Revelations. [Visual Artwork]
McKewen, Daniel (2010) Top Ten Box Office Blockbusters of All Time. [Visual Artwork]
McKewen, Daniel (2008) me as al, you as bobby, me as bobby, you as al. [Visual Artwork]
McKewen, Daniel (2008) something 2.0. [Visual Artwork]
McNamara, Andrew E. (2010) On APT 6 : Rohan Wealleans performing identity at the disjuncture between customary and contemporary culture. Eyeline, 71(2010), pp. 78-79.
Morrison, Ann, Brereton, Margot, & Mitchell, Peta (2007) Talk2Me : engaging interactive installation environments. In Proceedings of the 6th ACM SIGCHI Conference on Creativity & Cognition, ACM, Washington, DC, p. 292.
Morrison, Ann, Mitchell, Peta, & Muhlberger, Ralf (2006) Talk2Me : the art of augmenting conversations. In Nahrstedt, Klara, Turk, Matthew, Rui, Yong, Klas, Wolfgang, & Mayer-Patel, Ketan (Eds.) MULTIMEDIA '06 Proceedings of the 14th annual ACM international conference on Multimedia, ACM, Santa Barbara, CA, pp. 197-200.
Morrison, Ann, Mitchell, Peta, & Viller, Stephen (2008) Evoking gesture in interactive art. In Jaimes, Alejandro, Nicklas, Daniela, & Sebe, Nicu (Eds.) ACM Multimedia 2008 : Proceedings of the 2008 ACM International Conference on Multimedia, ACM, Vancouver, BC, pp. 11-18.
Morrison, Ann, Viller, Stephen, & Mitchell, Peta (2011) Building sensitising terms to understand free-play in open-ended interactive art environments. In Tan, Desney, Fitzpatrick, Geraldine, Gutwin, Carl, Begole, Bo, & Kellogg, Wendy A. (Eds.) Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, Vancouver, BC, pp. 2335-2344.
Morrison, Ann, Viller, Stephen, & Mitchell, Peta (2010) Ethnography considered useful : situating criticality. In OZCHI '10 Proceedings of the 22nd Conference of the Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group of Australia on Computer-Human Interaction, ACM, 22-26 November 2010, pp. 184-187.
Morrison, Ann, Viller, Stephen, & Mitchell, Peta (2011) Open-ended art environments motivate participation. In Romão, Teresa, Correia, Nuno, Inami, Masahiko, Kato, Hirokasu, Prada, Rui, Terada, Tsutomu, et al. (Eds.) ACE 2011 : Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology, ACM, Lisbon, Portugal, 45:1-45:8.
Pedersen, Courtney Brook (2014) Feeling it out : Clark Beaumont. Kings Artist Run.
Pedersen, Courtney Brook (2011) My mother is water, my father is wood. [Visual Artwork]
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 & Pedersen, Courtney Brook (2011) Was By The Northern Coast. [Visual Artwork]
Seevinck, Jennifer (2011) The Concrete of NOW. In Candy, Linda & Edmonds, Ernest (Eds.) INTERACTING: Art, Research and the Creative Practitioner. Libri Publishing Ltd., Farrindon, Oxon, pp. 242-256.
Seevinck, Jennifer (2011) Emergence in interactive art. PhD thesis, University of Technology, Sydney.
Seevinck, Jennifer (2008) +-now. [Digital/Creative Work]
Smallhorn, Tessa M. (2013) The influence of digital technology on the performance space. Studio Research, 2013(1), pp. 60-77.
Spence, Richelle & Gwinner, Karleen (2014) Insider comes out : an artist's inquiry and narrative about the relationship of art and mental health. Arts & Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice.
Stock, Cheryl F. (2006) Accented Body : the body as site and in site. [Live Performance (Dance)]
Thomas, Lubi & Klaebe, Helen G. (2009) Burnett Lane : Curatorial Rationale & Scoping Report. (Unpublished)
Van Opdenbosch, Paul (2012) Re-targeting choreographic enquiry through motion capture. [Film/Video]
Vaughan, Suzi (2003) Echo. [Exhibition/Event]
Vincs, Kim & Delbridge, Matthew (2007) The Silk Road project. [Performance]
Volz, Kirsty (2013) Stockholm Syndrome : architecture, politics and the human body. In Cunningham, Rebecca & Heffernan, Tara (Eds.) Performance, the Body and Time in the 21st century, Queensland College of Arts, South Bank.