A diminutive feminine humanoid that interacts with onlookers is challenging our perceptions of technology.
A group of Australia’s most critically acclaimed dancers has performed a choreographed “thank you” to UNSW’s Creative Practice Lab.
James Joyce’s modernist masterpiece, Ulysses, has been brought to life at Bondi as part of UNSW’s annual Bloomsday celebrations.
For years, communication through holograms has been confined to Star Wars and other science fiction. But new research means we may be using holograms in day-to-day life sooner than you think, writes Paula Dawson.
The art world is unforgiving of incompetence. We are able to see so much good art in this country because professional staff are very good at what they do, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.
Industrial design graduate Hollie Baigent has won an international competition for her innovative, affordable way to deliver vaccines in developing countries.
The challenge for art and design schools is to prepare students for a world that does not yet exist and for jobs that have not yet been created, writes Ross Harley.
Is the Vivid festival just about light and colour and bling, or is it also about ideas and images that challenge us, asks Phillip George.
The International Symposium on Electronic Art, co-chaired by new COFA Dean Professor Ross Harley, shows that digital art is a pervasive force.
VIVID Sydney comes to UNSW this weekend as a festival of performance and ideas focusing on artistic collaboration.