Small Worlds: Models in Design, Art and Architecture Education
An international teaching and learning project that builds innovative approaches to working with models in studio teaching across art, architecture and design.
A Working Model of the World
An exhibition co-curated with Holly Williams from The Curators’ Department that explores the practical, philosophical and symbolic work that models do for us, and the small worlds that models create.
Lively Objects at the Museum of Vancouver
Lively Objects, co-curated with Caroline Seck Langill, brought together artworks that vibrate with mechanical, digital, and magical forces.
The Designer as Explorer
A 3 day Design Thinking Camp for first year students in the Design School at the at the University of Technology, Sydney
The Public Life of Objects
A collaboration with curator Holly Williams at University of Technology, Sydney. The lab addressed the human compulsion to collect, organise and display objects.
Awfully Wonderful: Science Fiction in Contemporary Art
Time machines, hand made robots, meteorological instruments, interplanetary communication devices and a Mars gravity simulator.
The Art of Participatory Design
A programme of creative experiments that accompanied the Participatory Design Conference held in Sydney in November 2010, co-curated by Lizzie Muller and Lian Loke
Thinking Through the Body
An interdisciplinary research project exploring the use and potential of movement, touch and proprioception in body-focussed interactive art and design.
A major exhibition of interactive installations, co-curated with Kathy Cleland. Mirror States investigated the “doubleness” of digital mirrors as mechanisms of both reflection and projection.
New Constellations: Art, Science and Society
An international conference charting the ways in which art and science are gravitating towards one another within contemporary culture.