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  • Birdsong 
    Laurence, Janet; Gibson, Ross (Object Gallery: Australian Centre for Craft and Design, 2006)
    Invited by Object Gallery to create a site-specific installation for its unique space, artist Janet Laurence has collaborated with new media artist and writer Ross Gibson to present Birdsong. Stimulated by a past working ...
  • Davies, Alex; Jasper, Adam (UTS Gallery, 2011-05-31)
    The Black Box Sessions dispenses with the prop of the fourth wall, and literally places the performer and the viewer together into a single intimate and enclosed space. What happens there is experienced through CCTV, through ...
  • Bacon, Wendy (The Sydney Morning Herald, 2006)
    Background Over eight months in 2000, Lani Brennan's then husband repeatedly raped, bashed and stabbed her. Finally, Brennan had the courage to provide sufficient evidence for NSW police to charge him. Nevertheless, it ...
  • Ho, Stephanie (Halstead Press, 2007)
    Blogging is a twenty-first century phenomenon that has heralded an age where ordinary people can make their voices heard in the public sphere of the Internet. This article explores blogging as a form of popular history ...
  • Adelaide, Debra (UTS ePress, 2013)
    This enquiry begins, as it so often does, with a word. Precisely, three words. On a particular day the sign in the butcher shop was clear but baffling while the tray beneath was empty. My Vietnamese is non-existent, and ...
  • Freeman, Pamela (Hachette Australia, 2007)
    Blood Ties is set in the Eleven Domains, a place where ghosts walk and the past is closer than you think, where the local gods speak to all those who can hear them. A thousand years ago, the Domains were invaded and the ...
  • Taylor, Hollis (MIT Press, 2010)
    This paper challenges the assumption that improvisation is a process unique to humans. Despite the general reluctance of biologists to consider bird-song "music," they routinely comment on improvisation found in the signals ...
  • Jakubowicz, Andrew; Meekosha, Helen (Routledge, 2002)
    Disability studies, with their direct challenge to theories of alterity, subaltern status and ideologies of domination, open up ways of examining cultural diversity that cannot otherwise be approached. This paper examines ...
  • Edmonds, Ernest; Fell, Mark (ACM Press, 2004)
    ARTIST STATEMENT When we watch a film, we accept music as a natural part of the work. More generally, the sound track is recognised as a crucial element in the quality of the film in its total sense. However, at times ...
  • Fisher, J. (O.L. Society Limited, 2002)
  • Nash, Margot (N/A, 2007)
    This screening was to over 300 Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders in the context of a cultural celebration. CALL ME MUM 2005 Director and Script Editor. 76min drama Writer: Kathleen Mary Fallon, Producer Michael ...
  • Nash, Margot (Big and Little Films for SBSI, 2005)
    Call Me Mum, is a digital feature film made up of theatrical, interlinked monologues. Based on the white writer?s experience of fostering a boy from the Torres Strait Islands, the writing spanned twenty years but the ...
  • Macris, Anthony (News Limited, 2011)
    It's with mixed feelings that I listen to Bill Shorten talk about how we can empower the disabled and their carers in the wake of the release of a Productivity Commission draft report that confronts their long-term needs.
  • Cranny-Francis, Anne (Australian Teachers of Media, 2007)
    A brief study of a canonical example of iconoclastic postmodernism in William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet is presented. It addresses the issue of authority that exemplifies changing attitudes to contemporary media and ...
  • 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 ...
  • Hansen, Guy (National Museum of Australia, 2012)
    Captivating and Curious opened at the National Museum of Australia on 14 December 2005. This exhibition explored the history of the National Historical Collection (NHC), the Museum's main collection, from its origins in ...
  • Knight, Alan (http://ejournalist.com.au/, 2006)
    News Corporation is converging text, audio, television, and animation to become the first fully globalised, integrated media consortium. The company Is switching its emphasis from newspapers, which provided the launching ...
  • Bacon, Wendy (Auckland University of technology, 2005)
    Australia s media accountability systems (M*A*S) include the Australian Press Council, broadcasting self-regulatory schemes, public broadcasting charters, the Media, Arts and Entertainment Alliance (MEAA) Code of Ethics, ...
  • Burraston, David; Edmonds, Ernest (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2005)
    This paper will review electronic music and sonic art applications of Cellular automata (CA) in a historical and technical context. Algorithmic and computational processes have been of interest to artists for many years, ...
  • Burraston, David; Edmonds, Ernest; Livingston, Dan; Miranda, Eduardo Reck (International Computer Music Association, 2004)