UNSW Art & Design

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Residents of Sydney's eastern suburbs will experience a moon-lit exhibition of illuminated sculptures and sound installations created by UNSW Art & Design students.

Love and memory

With a GoPro camera strapped to her chest, Brenda L Croft is documenting her family history straight from the heart.

Log dog

Aleks Danko’s art may be profound and passionate, but there is always a joke lurking, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.

Wynne Prize

The Wynne Prize is a strange mash-up of media and concept, with a dearth of female winners, writes Prudence Gibson.

Archibald runner-up

The Archibald is – in essence – not an art prize but a celebration of the personalities who define Australia, and especially Sydney, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.

Archibald Prize winner

Nigel Milsom’s gothic portrait of Sydney barrister Charles Waterstreet has won the 2015 Archibald prize, the third consecutive year of success for UNSW Art & Design in one of Australia’s most prestigious portrait competitions.

animation

What's that in the wardrobe? UNSW Art & Design student Kidakorn Tangsucharittham's beautifully realised animation provides a haunting with a twist. 

doppelganger

Inscribed with the words “Barangaroo Masterplan” and topped with a gilt-bronze model of James Packer’s proposed $2 billion casino, Barangaroo Doppelganger is a political statement on wheels that asks: ‘How did this happen, and how does it implicate us all?

Arclight

UNSW’s literary, film and design expertise has illuminated Sydney’s winter festival season.

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