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Richard Stanford, Artist

Richard Stanford is a science visual information consultant, with extensive experience in the new media, design, illustration and science publishing. He has a PhD in new media and cross- disciplinary studies between science and art from UNSW. in 2003, Richard was awarded the HC Coombes Fellowship at ANU. In 2010,...

Rhys Votano, Artist

Born in the Hills District of Sydney, Australia, Rhys Votano is a filmmaker and visual artist.

Fiona Winning, Writer

Fiona Winning is a writer and producer working in contemporary arts – across live performance, visual cultures and interactive practices. She was Director of Performance Space 1999-2008 and during this time she collaborated with artists and communities to conceive and produce events in theatres, galleries and public spaces as well as...

Nicholas Zurbrugg, Writer

Nicholas Zurbrugg, who tragically died of a brain haemorrhage at the age of 54, made an invaluable contribution to contemporary art and cultural theory, and more specifically, to the study and promotion of the postmodern multimedia avant-garde. Nicholas, as an academic, critic, poet and a tireless promoter of postmodern creativity...

Ross Harley, Artist

From his earliest Super 8 works to the most recent video projects Ross Harley has been decoding visual language. Starting with the tropes of horror films and the grammar of architecture, through to furniture and interior design of the 1950 and 60s to the exterior world of parks, petrol stations,...

Stephen Harrop, Filmmaker

Stephen Harrop grew up on Sydney's northern beaches and studied graphic design at Randwick Tech followed by film studies and photography at the City Art Institute (now CoFA) over 1980-1982. His early film work and photography used found and acquired images, re-contextualising them and translating them into new forms. His...

Stephen Fearnley, Filmmaker

Stephen Fearnley studied for his Diploma in Fine Arts at Alexander Mackie CAE, finishing in 1982. With his class mate Stephen Harrop he began putting pictures to “pre-existing sound” such as old radio plays and in this way producing short films using Super 8.

Lyndal Jones, Artist

Lyndal Jones is a Melbourne-based artist whose work has covered a wide range of practices, including performance, theatre, dance and video in both single channel works and more elaborate installations. She has exhibited extensively in both solo and group shows in Australia and overseas. Jones represented Australia at the Venice Biennale...

Listening to people, listening to people, Annie McKinnon, Sound design

Annie McKinnon makes art to share experiences and observations accessible to everyone. McKinnon has always been obsessed with sound and how it can transport time and place into a new context. Throughout 2015 and 2016 she has been working on a larger installation work made up of lots of sounds recorded around her...

Albie Thoms, Filmmaker

Albie Thoms was born in Sydney in 1941 and studied Arts at Sydney University, where he became involved with SUDS (Sydney University Dramatic Society) and the Sydney Push.

Ama & Chan, Kate Richards, Production

Kate Richards' design and production work was included the video design for 'Ama and Chan', a performance work for Urban Theatre Projects Sydney in 2010. 

Kurt Brereton, Artist

“Did you know Kurt Brereton was born in a circus and ran away to live in a home?” asks George Alexander in his opening address for Brereton's 2001 multimedia exhibition Kurt Brereton at The Loft, Loft Gallery, UTS, Sydney. He goes on to add, in this short biographical note:

Ross Gibson, Artist

Ross Gibson is a writer and researcher who also makes films and multi-media environments.  His main interests are contemporary arts,  communication and the history of environmental consciousness in colonial cultures, particularly in Australia and the Pacific.  His work spans several media and disciplines.