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  • Anderson, Benedict; Rees, Marc; Ladd, Eddie (, 2005)
    The idea behind Settlement was literally to settle the new Divergence Dance Company (Wales' contemporary dance company) into their home in the Cardiff Millennium Centre. Commissioned by the company as co-director, designer ...
  • Heffer, Cecilia (Tamworth Regional Gallery, 2008)
  • Rees, Marc; Anderson, Benedict (, 2005)
    Shed*Light at ARCO International Art Fair Madrid 2005 combined selected material from 'Replica' and 'Remnants' following their Cardiff exhibition (2004) along with a live solo performance by Marc Rees entitled Normal ...
  • Robinson, Todd (Artspace, 2006)
    Solo exhibition at Artspace, Sydney Work published in Artspace journal All evidence provided in template to Faculty DAB
  • Roxburgh, Mark (Gadfly Media, 2008)
    Our commonest experience of photography is as a record of real things, people and places. We are inundated with an ever increasing volume of photographic images of the real through all forms of visual media. The rate at ...
  • Day, Michael (, 2009)
    As part of the Vivid - Smart Light Sydney Festival, 17 May - 14 June 2009, of which I was an instigator, I contributed to four events that generated and demonstrated new concepts and understandings about lighting technology ...
  • Jakovich, Joanne; Mcdermott, Jason; Whiteley, Christiane; Hsu, Sally; Landreth, Nicholas; Coorey, Benjamin (Smart Light Sydney Festival, 2009)
    Smart Light Fields is a live mapping of the movement of Smart Light Sydney festival-goers across Circular Quay. Also exhibited in the Creative Sydney Festival, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. May 27-June 12, 2009.
  • Barker, Tom (Creator, Producer, Designer, Distributor, 2005)
    Smartslab is a patented interactive digital display technology invented by Tom Barker. The system allows entire buildings, floors or ceilings to become digital displays. The pioneering technology draws 011 the optics of ...
  • Reinmuth, Gerard; Balmforth, Scott; Blythe, Richard (Hobart City, 2009)
    This project is a conversion of a former plumbing supplies store and warehouse in Hobart into a residence. The narrow inner city street where the project is located has a contrast of industrial and residential uses however ...
  • Jakovich, Joanne; Beilharz, Kirsty (Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, 2007)
    Also Exhibited in Cyberworlds Exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney in 2005. This was curated by Lizzie Muller and Matthew Connell.
  • Titmarsh, Mark (National Gallery of Victoria, 2005)
    Contemporary painting exhibition
  • Anderson, Benedict; Bittner, Regina (Bauhaus Foundation Dessau, 2007)
    In 2007 the cities of Sibiu (Romania) and Luxembourg (Luxembourg) shared the role of European Capital of Culture (CCE 2007). Themes for the Cultural Programme included 'public space', 'social dimension' and 'European ...
  • Bowman, Christopher (Powerhouse Museum, 2008)
    This interactive installation explores the relationship between natural phenomena and text extracts from the poem "Spring and Asura" written by Kenji Miyazawa (translated into English by Hiroaki Sato). The work is further ...
  • Bowman, Christopher (At the Vanishing Point Contemporary Art Newtown, 2009)
    Spring and Asura.02 - Disturbance is an interactive artwork developed and created by Chris Bowman that further explores the interconnectivity of the animate and the inanimate. The centerpiece to the exhibition is an ...
  • Pandolfo, Berto (Vogue People Choice Award, Bombay Sapphire Design Discovery Awards, 2005)
    The SRV project emerged out of research into the two dimensional nature of drink and food serving trays. Existing products are only differentiated by aesthetic design and material choice. The SRV has two distinguishing ...
  • Campbell, Leo; Luscombe, Desley; Luscombe, Guy (The Daily Telegraph May 19 2007, 2006)
    This house was developed over a number of years (first as Campbell Luscombe residence). It took the model of a suburban dwelling that was introverted and room bound and converted this to a well oriented open plan residence. ...
  • Burke, Anthony; Hewett, Benjamin; Jakovich, Joanne; Lahoud, Adrian; Burns, David (Royal Australian Institute of Architects, 2008)
    A mulit-part exhibition of six selected architectural studios in combination with the Critical Visions conference. States of Convergence was a printed and film presentation. The film has gone on to the Florence Beyond Media ...
  • Anderson, Benedict; Pelmus, Manuel; Pocheron, Bruno; Schad, Isabelle (concept development; co-author; initial research., 2005)
    Still Lives was the forth of a series of performance works created by Good Work Productions. Initiated by Isabelle Schad, Bruno Pocheron and Benedict Anderson in 2004, Good Work Productions is an international experimental ...
  • Goodrum, Adam (Design Museum, London, 2008)
    The 'Stitch' chair was born of a demand for quality in a limited space. This is the 21st century urban environment. The chair folds flat. This is not a conventional chair, it can be folded and stored with ease, but demands ...
  • Wallen, Lawrence (, 2006)
    Struck by the lightning: The ongoing research with choreographer Juan Carlos Garcia and his company, Lanonima Imperial, is based on a continual dialogue about the body in space and its dialogue with electronic time-based ...