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  • Rice, Charles (Routledge, 2009)
    To develop this reading, this chapter investigates a series of experiences and cultural forms that constitute the intimate metropolis: the domestic interior, the shopping arcade, the cinema, and a series of figures which ...
  • Teffer, N (Berg Publishers, 2010)
    The late-twentieth century development of a range of digital imaging technologies has led to claims that we are in the midst of a transformation of representation. This essay takes two such technologies - ultrasound and ...
  • Er, Michael (ASME, 2012)
    As workers such as Foreman move around construction sites they are often required to make on the spot decisions and as such can be classified as a Construction Mobile Knowledge Worker (CMKW). Mobile technology affords 'just ...
  • Rutovitz, Jacqueline (Greenpeace Africa, 2010)
    The Energy [R]evolution scenario published by Greenpeace International and the European Renewable Energy Council sets out a vision for a low-carbon energy future for South Africa (RSA) and compares it to a scenario derived ...
  • Boydell, Spike (Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service of the Georgetown University, 2010)
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  • Garduno Freeman, Cristina (Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change, 2007)
    The Sydney Opera House attracts over four million visitors each year to experience its architecture, events and cultural narratives. This experience consciously engages tourists in a constructed spatial encounter, in which ...
  • Soviets 
    Wallen, Lawrence (Zhdk (Zurich Hochschule der Kunste/Zurich University of the Arts), 2009)
    A series on Scenography by the Zurich University of the Arts. Published with the support of the Swiss National Science Foundation
  • Titmarsh, Mark (National Gallery of Victoria, 2005)
    Contemporary painting exhibition
  • Nguyen, Quang Vinh; Huang, Mao Lin (IEEE Computer Society, 2002)
    We describe a new method for the visualization of tree structured relational data. It can be used especially for the display of very large hierarchies in a 2-dimensional space. We discuss the advantages and limitations of ...
  • Rice, Charles (John Wiley & Sons, 2010)
    The philosopher BrianMassumi is known for his explorations of experience, art, media theory and politics and has recently turned his attention to understanding the impact that sustained fear has on perception in a post-9/11 ...
  • Stewart, Susan; Sherringham, Susan (QUT Press, 2010)
    Design interventions into environments reshape the ecologies of practice that the environment has participated in, housed or enabled. This paper draws upon research into the complex ecologies of next-generation learning ...
  • Song, H.J.; Beilharz, Kirsty (WSEAS, 2007)
    Spatialization (spatial separation) and timbre are the two salient auditory attributes facilitating a better comprehension of sonification (non-speech auditory display).While directional cues provide obvious interpretable ...
  • 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 ...
  • Gothe, Jacqueline (ArtTech, 2010)
    Inside Out, curated by Claire Smith, is an international touring exhibition that focuses on emerging digital design techniques and the growth of sophisticated rapid prototyping tools and methods. It features forty-six ...
  • Prior, Jason; Cusack, Carole (Taylor and Francis Group, 2010)
    Interview-based research among patrons and proprietors of Sydney's gay bathhouses, asking about experiences of homosexual being from the 1960s to the early 1980s generated intriguing findings. Despite the apparent disconnect ...
  • SPK bowl 
    Pandolfo, Berto (DAB Doc, 2010)
    The SPK bowl was one of the seven projects that comprised Digifacture a practice-led investigation of industrial design and advanced manufacturing technologies, specifically, Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) and Direct Metal ...
  • 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 ...
  • Ramirez Jr, Mariano; Campbell, Greg; Marosszeky, Anita; Lopes, Abby; Campbell, Cheryl (UNSW, 2010)
    Every year since 2004, the Society for Responsible Design (SRD) in Sydney has been exhibiting graduate design projects which address issues of environmental change and responsibility, social equity and community ideas. ...
  • 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 ...