Art, Architecture & Design

Body mapping session in Virtual Reality using EmbodiMap developed by UNSW fEEL Lab Scientia Professor Jill Bennett and lead immersive media designer Volker Kuchelmeister.

Scientia Professor Jill Bennett says the arts offer useful ways of dealing with complex mental health and emotional challenges.

Kathmandu earthquake

A new research initiative aims to reduce vulnerability in urban environments.

Working remotely can be difficult for architects because the industry largely relies on desktop software to model designs. Credit: Shutterstock

With COVID-19 forcing many industries online, a tool co-created by a UNSW Associate Professor makes this move easier for architects and designers. 

Squidsoup, Murmuration, 2019. Photo: Charles Darr

UNSW Art & Design academic Dr Oliver Bown on his latest work in sonic art.

Ibrahim Mahama No Friend but the Mountains

The 22nd Biennale of Sydney is testament to the capacity of art and exhibitions to move beyond reflection to lead dialogue, especially at times of crisis and cancellations.

Women in city at night

Freely available public data could help shape better cities that are accessible and inclusive.

Electronics artist Jasmine Guffond. Photo: Camille Blake.

A UNSW Art & Design PhD candidate is using sound to investigate online surveillance cultures.

Parklet

As public space becomes premium in our cities, could boutique sidewalk activations known as parklets be the solution?

apartment construction

The proposed law does little to give people confidence in the apartments they buy. And it utterly neglects the role of architects and on-site inspections in delivering sound buildings.

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