UNSW Art & Design

Cloaca

Biomedically-trained artists are a growing group of practitioners globally who can enable cross-disciplinary conversations, writes Kate Patterson.

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Visitors to one of India’s most iconic museums are lying down and looking up to experience high-resolution images of Mumbai’s spectacular heritage ceilings, as part of an immersive, 3D exhibition.

Deepdream #1

The automation of artistic creativity could be the next frontier in artificial intelligence, writes Oliver Bown.

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Simon McIntyre’s commitment to “closing the digital literacy gap” with his innovative use of mobile technologies has won him a national Teaching Excellence Award.

Botticelli

There are plenty of reasons to see this impressive exhibition from Scotland – not least that it includes the kind of art not held in any Australian collection, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.

Boiling the ocean

Final-year Bachelor of Design student James Lim’s One Degree harks back to the heyday of neon lighting. 

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Ground avocado seeds form the basis of an award-winning resin fruitbowl, one of almost 200 art works featured in this year’s A&D ANNUAL, UNSW Art & Design’s exhibition of graduate work.

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Pre-Columbian ceramics and hot pink shrink-wrapped monuments are part of an exhibition exploring the influence of travel on emerging artists.  

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An arrogant, larger than life figure representing Australia’s reliance on coal has been selected for a major UNSW prize in this year’s Sculpture by the Sea exhibition.

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