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Paul Bourke, Artist

Paul Bourke is a visualisation researcher at the University of Western Australia providing scientific visualisation services to researchers within the university and to external partners. During his career he has worked in organisations where he concentrated on architectural, brain/medical, and astronomy visualisation. Of particular interest are novel display technologies and...

1999  
Kirsty Boyle, Artist

Utilising her training in puppeteering, performance and electrical and mechanical engineering, Kirsty Boyle’s body of work explores the cultural and societal aspects of robotics.

 
Priscilla Bracks, Artist

Priscilla’s visual art practice includes photography, illustration, installation, and new-media art. Her practice explores the world she inhabits - from the interior landscape of the mind, and human relationships, to the natural environment. She is interested in the contemporary experience and social phenomena that shape histories, cultures and personal identities....

 
Erin Brannigan, Curator

Erin Brannigan works in dance and film as a journalist, academic and curator. She completed a Bachelor of Arts, Honours (Class 1) at the Sydney University in 1996, and a PhD at the University of New South Wales in 2005.

19741999  
Joan Brassil, Artist

Joan Brassil, an installation, multi-media, sound artist and painter, was born in 1919. Although a prodigious artist who exhibited extensively both in Australia and internationally she didn’t make her debut as an exhibiting artist until 1974 when she took part in a group show at Sydney’s Bonython Gallery. After attending...

 
Mary Anne Breeze, Artist

Mez Breeze a.k.a [MEZ] is an Australian based artist working primarily with code poetry and digital multimedia works combining text, code, image and sound. She has received degrees in both Applied Social Science; Psychology at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst, Australia in 1991 and Creative Arts at the University of Wollongong in Australia in 2001.

2005  
Lauren Brincat, Artist

Lauren Brincat was born 1980 in Sydney, Australia and is currently based in Paris. Brincat is an artist who works across diverse media from video and performance to sculpture and installation. Influenced by her formal training in painting, the artist has noted that she considers herself to...

 
Andre Brodyk, Artist

Dr Andre Brodyk is an internationally recognised biotech (genetic) artist. Dr Brodyk's practice–based PhD from UNSW (2009) is entitled, 'Genetic art and recombinants: Introns non-code and the proto-animate condition'. His practice-led research has realised a number of important creative, practice-based outcomes: First Australian...

 
Lycette Bros, Artist Duo

John and Mark Lycette, formed Lycette Bros. in 1997, together they create a broad range of digital media including iPhone games and Apps, interactive productions, installations and animations. The Lycette Brothers' work is widely regarded and continues to be exhibited and awarded around the world.The Lycette Bros. portfolio consists of...

 
Mark Brown, Artist

Mark Brown was born in Newcastle, NSW in 1970. Working with sound, video and installation since the mid 1990s, Brown’s projects have explored the social meaning of sound as it relates to specific sites and spaces. Brown describes his work as a “…poetic response to site, critiquing the history and...

 
Paul Brown, Artist

Paul Brown is an artist and writer who has specialised in art, science & technology since the late 1960s and in computational & generative art since the mid 1970s. His international exhibition record spans four decades and includes the creation of both permanent and temporary...

2006  
Brown Council, Artist

In the same way that artists might sample images for their work the four artists known as Brown Council appropriate movements, gestures and interactions. Performance video works In All States and Territories (2006] and What Happens on the Field Stays on the Field (2006) played with the codes of behaviour found in...