Art, Architecture & Design

man at home on sofa listening to music with a smartphone

UNSW Arts, Design & Architecture stories explored a range of ideas, from purpose-built quarantine facilities to whether artificial intelligence could create art.

Screenshot of a tablet displaying hard place good place

Art meets mental health in an immersive art project co-designed with people with lived experience of trauma from regional, rural and remote areas.

Illustration of Luyten 3D Printer on the Moon

A team from UNSW wants to use Luyten 3D printing technology to build a house on the Moon. 

Digital render of the inside of Naiju Community Centre augmented with exhibition

The recreation of architecturally significant sites through 3D digital scanning presents new opportunities for engagement and conservation.

Prof. Ford and Prof. Freestone

Two UNSW Sydney professors are recognised for their outstanding contribution to the humanities.

A sepia image of lush rainforest ferns

A study of more than 2000 early landscape photographs shows how nature was framed as a wilderness, empty of First Nations peoples.

Six timber samples on a museum shelf, each with their common and scientific name written at the top.

Eucalyptusdom is a testament to the utilitarian and cultural life of a remarkable tree.

Spanish authors (from left), Agustin Martinez, Jorge Diaz and Antonio Mercero, who have been writing bestsellers as Carmen Mola

A true hoax provokes. It questions cultural biases, shattering conventions. But the curious case of the three men writing as a female author Carmen Mola does none of this.

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