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This research establishes the significance and value of art concerned with social and political events, providing the first comprehensive analysis of the treatment of real events...
Curating Cities is a five-year research project that examines how the arts can generate environmentally beneficial behavioural change and influence the development of green...
Pure Land: inside the Mogao Grottoes at Dunhuang (AR edition) is a virtual reconstruction of Cave 220, an important Tang dynasty cave of the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang known for...
Curating Cities explores both the current and potential contribution of public art to eco-sustainable urban development. Directed at examining the world’s leading practices and ...
Richard Goodwin's ARC funded project on the revision of public space in the city using public art to test the functional boundaries of built form.
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Curating Cities is a five-year research project that examines how the arts can generate environmentally beneficial behavioural change and influence the development of green infrastructure in urban environments.
Curating Cities explores both the current and potential contribution of public art to eco-sustainable urban development.
Richard Goodwin's ARC funded project on the revision of public space in the city using public art to test the functional boundaries of built form.
This research establishes the significance and value of art concerned with social and political events, providing the first comprehensive analysis of the treatment of real events in art since the watershed of September 11, 2001.
Pure Land: inside the Mogao Grottoes at Dunhuang (AR edition) is a virtual reconstruction of Cave 220, an important Tang dynasty cave of the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang known for the quality of its mural paintings.
The Australian Socio-Graphic AIDS Project (AGAP) documents the unfolding of Australian HIV/AIDS prevention campaigns by the Commonwealth, state, and territory governments, as well as non-government agencies and community based organisations.
DomeLab is  the first ultra-high resolution (4K) experimental fulldome in Australia.
The key aim of the Real-Time Porosity project is to better understand pedestrian movement in public and private spaces.