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  • Bowman, Christopher (Centre for Media Arts Innovation, UTS, 2010)
    Memory Flows, a project of the Centre for Media Arts and Innovation, UTS, culminated in an exhibition entitled 'Memory Flows: rivers, creeks and the great artesian basin' which examined the concepts of 'water, flows and ...
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    Gwilt, Ian (DAB DOCS, 2009)
    Curatorial Rationale: New Media artwork has moved beyond the recorded mediums of photography and film to encompass interactive, augmented, and generative works due to the appropriation of and reliance on digitization by ...
  • Coorey, Benjamin (The Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, 2010)
    This research will explore and provide an initial study into the diversity of contemporary computational design methodologies emerging in the field of architecture. It will rely on modern philosophical and mathematical ...
  • Dick, Bob; Shaw, Kelly; Cartwright, Colleen; Davies, Alan; Illingworth, Barbara; Sankaran, Shankar (EURAM, 2012)
    This paper reports on research in progress that is aimed at strengthening leadership capacity in Australia?s rapidly changing aged and community care sector. The research was supported by an Australian Research Council ...
  • Muluk, Asmuliardi; Akpolat, Hasan; Xu, Jichao (Systems Engineering Society of China, 2003)
  • Coorey, Benjamin; Jupp, Julie (CAADRIA and Centre for Advanced Studies in Architecture (CASA), Dept of Architecture, NUS, 2013)
    In this paper, the authors consider the problem of architectural spatial performance indicators for assessing computer generated design, where identification and analysis of meaningful and relevant spatial qualities is the ...
  • Skitmore, Martin; Runeson, Goran (Wiley-Blackwell, 2008)
    The aim ofthis chapter is to look briefly at theories in general, before concentrating on scientific theories - how they are used, structured, tested and verified. The research that usesthe kind of scientific theories we ...
  • Perin, Gavin (SAHANZ & University of South Australia, 2007)
    Panofsky promotes linear perspective as a modern scopic regime because of its capacity to maintain the visual dimensional integrity of the form it represents. Validation of this method lies implicitly around an argument ...
  • Anderson, Benedict; Medlin, Margie; Spurr, Samantha (, 2009)
    SEAM 2009 Spatial Phrases was a multi-tiered event that explored the nexus between architecture, space, film and the moving body. It included a three day symposium (18-20 September) , multiple workshops, specially commissioned ...
  • Luscombe, Desley (Queensland University and SAHANZ, 2002)
  • Obeng-Odoom, Franklin (Nova Science Publishers, 2010)
    There is considerable support for the development of the secondary mortgage market in Ghana. A secondary mortgage market, proponents argue, would be a panacea to the housing problems in Ghana. However, the studies on ...
  • Clifton-Cunningham, Alana (Vishna Collins, 2006)
  • Clifton-Cunningham, Alana (Tamworth Regional Gallery, 2008)
  • Clifton-Cunningham, Alana (Alana Clifton-Cunningham, 2008)
    Exhibition catalogue and essay
  • Lie, Stefan (Art Guide Australia (published by Print Ideas Publisher), 2006)
    The Safety Catch project invited a group of Australian designers to respond to the issue of safety and security. Their reaction was delivered through the medium of product design, the collection of responses formed the ...
  • Obeng-Odoom, Franklin; Stilwell, Frank (Liverpool University Press, 2013)
    The global campaign for secure land tenure is being championed by the international development community through the world development agencies which advocate a particular interpretation of `security of tenure?. Yet, this ...
  • Robertson, Toni; Hagen, Penny (Design Research Society Inc., 2010)
    This paper reflects on the changing nature of participation and design in the context of social technologies and, in particular, our evolving understanding of what it means to do design. When designing social technologies ...
  • Roxburgh, Mark (University of Arts Bremen, 2005)
  • Loschke, Sandra Karina (Royal Australian Institute of Architects, 2008)
    The Venice Architecture Biennale is held every two years in Venice, Italy and is the most important event on the international contemporary architecture calendar. Thousands of the world?s most influential architects, ...
  • Musgrave, Elizabeth.; Moulis, Antony. (2007-10-05)
    The capacity to engage with information held in drawings is vital to the study of architecture. For beginning architecture students to fully participate in this engagement requires the ability to relate to drawings in ...