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Paul Carter Comfort Levels
Michael Kutschbach Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
Esther Ratner teaching
Stephen Loo teaching
Greg Hainge research
Gini Lee teaching
Teri Hoskin pricklings eWRe evident materials
John Barbour teaching
Sean Pickersgill teaching
Aldo Iacobelli Tomas March Gallery, Spain
Michael Yuen, Christian Haines, Mark Carroll
Linda Marie Walker An Archaeology Of Surface(s) teaching
from Linda Marie Walker
<home> eWRe studio. Architecture and Interior Architecture. Semester 1. 2003. Linda Marie Walker and Stephen Loo. Design Teri Hoskin.
ICOLS, the International Corporation of Lost Structures (department of dislocated memory)*.
Urban Gallery, http://xarch.tu-graz.ac.at/proj/chora/index.html
Urban Art Official, http://urbanartofficial.co.uk/links.html
Invisible Made Visible, http://www.invisiblemadevisible.co.uk/stickers.html
Soft Wishing Y Monument, http://willpap-projects.com/WishY/SoftWishingYMonument.html
Serious Immobilities by Stephen Whittington, http://www.af.lu.se/~fogwall/article3.html
Curves and Surfaces, http://www-lmc.imag.fr/saint-malo/main.htm
Aleksandra Kasuba, http://www.curvedsurfaces.com/
from Paul Hoban
Flatland: a romance of many dimensions, http://www.alcyone.com/max/lit/flatland/
"A land where all objects, animate and inanimate, appear as straight lines. Flatland has no sun, nor other heavenly bodies, but by its own laws of nature has a constant attraction to the south, and this peculiarity serves as a compass." Edwin A. Abbott, Flatland, New York, 1884, cited in Alberto Manguel and Gianni Guadalupi, The Dictionary of Imaginary Places, Great Britain: Bloomsbury, 1999.
The geometry junkyard, http://www.ics.uci.edu/~eppstein/junkyard/knot.html
from Greg Hainge
surface (a text, touch sound)
to the Quick, Journal of experimental music and sound. Issue 5. 2002. Complete journal issue. Greg's article is Come on Feel the Noise: Technology and its Disfunctions in the Music of Sensation", http://to-the-quick.binghamton.edu/pdf/tothequick5.pdf [pdf file]
from John Barbour
Elizabeth Grosz, Architecture from the Outside, (Cambridge, Mas.: The MIT Press, 2001).
from Michael Kutschbach
asymptote http://www.asymptote-architecture.com/ asymptote is the New York Architectural studio of Hani Rashid and Lise Anne Couture. They have produced impressive sites of both the material and immaterial kind, including the Guggenheim Virtual Museum and the New York Stock Exchange 3D Trading Floor.
Karim Rashid http://www.karimrashid.com/ Designer of products, objects, furniture, graphics, identity, space, clothes, cosmetics, lighting, environments. "If freedom were a form it
would be a never-ending undulating boundless biomorphic shape that is in perpetual motion.
Form follows Fluid." (from the site)
| from Angela Valamanesh
Angela Valmanesh, ceramic artist http://www.unisa.edu.au/samstag/scholars/scholars96/valamanesh.htm Samstag Scholarship recipient, 1996
Essay http://www.cacsa.org.au/publish/broadsheet/BS_v30no4/bs_07.pdf (pdf document). Chris Reid, "Angela Valamanesh: A bi-lingual artist" Broadsheet 30.2.
Memory of Snow http://home.iprimus.com.au/painless/street/yas.htm Echigo-Tsumari Art Necklace Project, Japan, 2000. "The project has various aspects such as art, architecture, community planning, natural environment, agriculture, education, urbanization and depopulation, aging society and so on. These issues being addressed by the project are not only specific to the region, but are universal throughout Japan and the world. Therefore, the project enables the commitment of outside people from different fields. As a result, artists, architects, ecologists, educators, urban planners, journalists, and many more have become sympathetically involved in the project." (from the site)
An Gorta Mor (The Great Hunger) http://www.hht.nsw.gov.au/museums/hyde_park_barracks_museum/fact_sheet Monument to the Great Irish Famine at the Hyde Park Barracks Museum.
from Michael Yuen, Christian Haines, Mark Carroll
"When applied to music, the word 'surface', like 'texture', is taken generally to refer to an aural perception - it is a metaphor for an imagined tactile equivalent.