Improving transdisciplinary arts-science partnerships
Collaborations with scientists have become a major focal point for artists, with many scientists now appreciating the value of building working relationships with artists and projects often going far beyond illustration of scientific concepts to instead forge new collaborative frontiers. What is needed to better “enable” and “situate” arts–science partnerships and support mutual learning?
A Meditation on the Exhibition, Wetland Wander
Responding to the art-science exhibition 'Wetland Wander': August 2018
Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, South Bank Campus, Australia
Catalogue Essay, Vaughan PInxit, "Stillness A Meditation in New Media Art"
Catalogue Essay, "Stillness A Meditation in New Media Art", Vaughan PInxit, 2014
There are many ways to understand water beyond those lenses that science and functional thinking have given us. How about ethics of water for example; its politics; or the social systems that water constitutes? How do we really ‘think’ about water and therefore treat it? Who controls its flow and quality and what happens when it runs out? How many days might there be between a disconnected pipe and outright war?
Knowmore (House of Commons) Catlogue Essay, by Pat Hoffie
Spin-Doctor - Some Notes on KNOWMORE (House of
Commons, Feb. 2009, Pat Hoffie, Brisbane, Australia.
Intimate Transactions - Close Encouteers of Another Kind, by Tony Fry
An Essay by Professor Tony Fry in Response to the Intimate Transactions Project, Presented by the GeoProject Website.