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  • Jakovich, Joanne; Beilharz, Kirsty (Creativity and Cognition Studios Press, 2006)
    This paper presents a framework for conceiving and implementing interaction as a medium in architecture. Architecture is the theoretical and practical art of creating a plan of a complex object or system in which the ...
  • Beilharz, Kirsty; Ferguson, S.; Song, H.J.; Cabrera, Densil (ICAD, 2006)
    Teaching soniflcation is interdisciplinary and multifaceted. It includes areas such as information graphing, auditory parameters for representation, psychoacoustics affected by the context and combination of parameters, ...
  • Seevinck, Jennifer; Candy, Linda; Edmonds, Ernest (CHISIG & ACM, 2006)
    Glass Pond is an interactive artwork designed to engender exploration and reflection through an intuitive, tangible interface and a simulation agent. It is being developed using iterative methods. A study has been conducted ...
  • Manning, Peter (Network Insight Institute, 2007)
    There is no doubt we journalists are a thin-skinned lot. The latest example is my friend George Negus in last week?s Sydney Morning Herald TV Guide. SBS is under attack for increasing advertisements, lowering ratings and ...
  • Phalip, Julien; Morphett, Matt; Edmonds, Ernest (ACM Press, 2007)
    Film Scoring is a creative and collaborative activity that involves several practitioners, in particular music specialists (film composers) and non specialists (filmmakers). These practitioners face recurrent challenges ...
  • Pisan, Yusuf (Eurosis-ETI, 2007)
  • Joseph, Sue (The Australian Association of Writing Programs, 2008)
    Ever since Tom Wolfe wrote a thirteen page essay entitled The birth of the new journalism, eyewitness report by Tom Wolfe in the Seventies, debate has raged over what this New Journalism or literary journalism or creative ...
  • Hills, Damian; Pisan, Yusuf; Edmonds, Ernest (ACM Press, 2008)
    How we assimilate stories into our common experiences and shape culture is the field of study known as narrative intelligence. By following these assumptions and investigating theories of conversation and rhetoric, this ...
  • Leung, Linda; Humphreys, Tania; Weakley, Alastair (ACM Digital Library, 2008)
    Email has now become so ubiquitous that it has surpassed its early role as an asynchronous communication tool. Having contributed to the rise of the distributed organisation, email is being used in diverse ways and for ...
  • Leung, Linda (Massey University, 2008)
    The paper examines how fear is communicated to refugees, asylum seekers, and the public through Australia?s immigration policy and practice. Between 1992 and 1994, Australian law moved from permitting (but not enforcing) ...
  • Falconer, Delia (Australian Association of Writing Programs, 2008)
    Using Dr Alan Kirby's essay 'The Death of Postmodernism and Beyond' as a starting point, this paper discusses his claim that we have passed from 'postmodernism' into a 'post-postmodern' era and considers what this means ...
  • Macris, Anthony (AAWP, 2008)
    One of the paradoxes of any artistic process is the transformation of the intensities of thought and sensation into the empirical fixities of form. For novelists, the sentence, paragraph and chapter are the standard ...
  • Muller, Elizabeth; Jones, Caitlin (University of Melbourne, 2009)
    This paper describes a new method developed by the authors for integrating experiential material into the documentation of media art works. It looks at the case study of David Rokeby's artwork Giver of Names, and explores ...
  • Joseph, Sue; Rickett, Carolyn (The Australian Association of Writing Programs, 2010)
    The autobiographical turn in literary studies has increasingly placed value on selfrepresentation as a strategic means of reclaiming voice, identity and agency. By and large, the narrating 'I' is circulated and read as a ...
  • Mills, Roger (University of Technology, Sydney., 2010)
    The evolution of networked audio technologies has created unprecedented opportunities for musicians to improvise with instrumentalists from a diverse range of cultures and disciplines. As network speeds increase and ...
  • Joseph, Sue (The Australasian Association of Writing Programs, 2011)
    Year after year, Australian newspaper journalism cannot seem to make it out of the bottom four of the thirty most distrusted professions, pipped only by car salesmen, advertisers and estate agents. Taking an historical ...