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The Aesthetics After Finitude conference and exhibition address the problem of a non-, post-, trans- or inhuman aesthetics: an ‘aesthetics after finitude’ that is capable of...
8 December - 13 December 2014A Participatory Event by Invitation  (UNSW Art and Design Postgraduate Research Students may inquire about participation. Please contact: Anna Munster...
Erin Manning and Brian Massumi are well known philosophers of experience and the event. Their latest book, Thought in the Act (Minnesota, 2014), explores creative practice as a...
The contemporary relationship of China and Australia is of increasing importance in this era of the Asian century. Visual art is at the fore of cultural exchange with the...
Liquid Architecture Sydney will bring together leading contemporary practitioners working to explore acts of speaking, listening and sounding. Language as a system (social,...
For the first time in Australia, this professionals workshop focuses on practical understandings of new imaging technology for preservation, conservation and, visionary uses in...
In conjunction with the Australian premier of 'The Enclave,' NIEA and COFA hosted the acclaimed Irish artist in March 2014
UNSW's new Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Ian Jacobs attended the Joint Book Launch at the School of Art & Design.
Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky is artist-in-residence at NIEA, UNSW Art & Design from 18 August till 3 September 2014.
NIEA researchers Dr Michele Barker and Associate Professor Anna Munster will be presenting their new 8-channel installation évasion at UTS Gallery, opening 28 October, 6pm. The...

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Event dates:
Thursday, 5 February, 2015
The Aesthetics After Finitude conference and exhibition address the problem of a non-, post-, trans- or inhuman aesthetics: an ‘aesthetics after finitude’ that is capable of investigating the cultural, technological and ecological demands of a rapidly dehumanising presen
Event dates:
Monday, 8 December, 2014
8 December - 13 December 2014A Participatory Event by Invitation  (UNSW Art and Design Postgraduate Research Students may inquire about participation. Please contact: Anna Munster, a.munster@unsw.edu.au )