Research for Responsive Media


Brad Miller: Exhibitions:
2012 Plasma_flow, Cleland Store, The Rocks Sydney.

2011 Rare Earth, Bridge8 II Shanghai, PRC.

2011 Underbelly Art, Cockatoo Island, Sydney.

2010 SEAM Presentation of displacement feedback for augment_me, Critical Path, Rushcutters Bay, Sydney.

2009 augment_me, Artspace Sydney.
2001-1998 Contact Zones: The Art of CD ROM, curated by Tim Murray. Herbert F Johnson, Museum of Arts, Cornell University, New York, Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada and The Center for the Image, Mexico City.
2000.Medi@terra: On the Edge, Athens Greece.
1999.Contain.her, multimedia performance, Sarah Waterson, Anna Sabiel Heather Grace Jones, Nik Wishart.
1998.Foldback, Ngapartji Multimedia Centre, Adelaide Festival Being Connected, The studio in the Networked Age.
1996.aliens.AU, Video Positive, Manchester & Liverpool UK.
1995.Burning the Interface: Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. Ngapartji: Co-operative Multimedia Centre, Adelaide. Experimenta: Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne.Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Western Australia. Brisbane city Hall Gallery and Museum, Queensland.
1995.ARS 95, Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki Finland
1995.CeBIT, Australian Pavilion Hamburg, Germany
1995.Revue Virtuelle n#12, Centre Georges Pompidou "A Digital Rhizome"
1994.International Symposium of Electronic Arts 94, Helsinki Finland.

Studio Residencies:

2011 Cite Internationale Studio, Paris during Oct-Dec
2011 Research attachment with Chunky Move, Melbourne.

2010 Research Residency Room at Critical Path, Rushcutters Bay, Sydney.
2009 Artspace, Sydney.
2004 Artspace, Sydney.



2012 VIVID Sydney, Lights ON! commisssion.

2012 Project funding, Inter-arts Office, Australia Council

2012 Faculty Travel Grant

2012 Faculty Research Grant



2011 Faculty Travel Grant

2010 Faculty Research Grant

2010 Contestable funding UNSW
2008 New Work VACB, Australia Council

2009 Media Arts Music Board, Australia Council
2004 Faculty Research Grant
1997 Australia Council, New Media Arts Fund grant travel & training.
1996 Australian Film Commission, Travel grant.
1995 Australian Network for Art & Technology. Travel grant (quick response) for Tucson II (Towards a Science of Consciousness)
Australian Film Commission. Film Development Investment with McKenzie Wark. Australian Network for Art & Technology with McKenzie Wark.
1994 Faculty Research Committee (UNSW) travel grant. Australian Council (ISEA-IUAH) travel grant.


Lecturer, College of Fine Arts, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Undergraduate Online Course Coordinator, COFA Online

2008 -                 PhD Candidate, School of Media Arts (COFA), The University of New South Wales, Australia
2001 - 2003      Master of Design (Professional Practice), Middlesex University, United Kingdom
1996 - 1997      Bachelor of Adult Education, University of Technology (UTS), Australia
1994 - 1996      Bachelor of Teaching, University of Technology (UTS), Australia

2006 -                        Lecturer, School of Design Studies | COFA Online Undergraduate Course Coordinator,
COFA Online: College of Fine Arts, The University of New South Wales, Australia
2006 - 2008      Lecturer (Casual), Visual Communications: Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Australia
2003 - 2006      Head Teacher, Arts & Media, North Coast Institute of TAFENSW (NCI), Australia
2001 - 2003      Program Director, Graphic Design, La Salle DHU International Design College,
                              Donghua University, Shanghai, PR China
2001                    Lecturer, Visual Communications, Raffles La Salle, School of Design, Singapore
1994 - 2001      Head Teacher of Design, Hunter Institute of Technology (TAFENSW), Australia

2000 NSW Education Minister’s Award for Excellence in Teaching

1. McArthur, I., (2010), Creating Culturally Adaptive Pedagogy, Better City Better Life: Cumulus Conference, Tongji University, 2010, Shanghai, China
2. McArthur, I., (2010), ed. Edmundson, A., Collabor8, online and blended cross-cultural studios, Cases on Globalized and Culturally Appropriate E-Learning: Challenges and Solutions, IGI Global, New York
3. McArthur, I., McIntyre, S., Watson, K. (2009), Trust and Relationship Building: Critical skills for the future of design education in online contexts, ICOGRADA World Design Congress, 24-30 Oct 2009, The Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing, China
4. Gwilt, I., McArthur, I., (2009), Mixed-realities: opening the Beijing Olympics, ISEA2009 – 15th International Symposium on Electronic Art, 23 August – 1 September 2009, Belfast, Ireland
5. McArthur, I. W., (2008), The Collabor8 Project: Realities within Design-Based Online Cross-Cultural Collaboration Design Principles and Practices, An International Journal, Volume 3, 2008, Berlin, Germany
6. McArthur, I., (2008) East West Collaboration in Online Pedagogy, DesignEd Asia 2008 Conference, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China
7. McArthur, I., AGDA Research Journal, (2007) Learning continuums: emerging paradigms: Reflections on the impact of graduate design education on professional design practice in the 21st C. Visual:Design:Scholarship Volume 3, Number 2, 2007, pp.26–38
8. McArthur, I., McIntyre, S., Watson, K. (2007). Preparing Students for the Global Workplace: An Examination of Collaborative Online Learning Approaches. ConnectEd Conference. UNSW, Australia
9. “CPH127”, Invited contributor, (2005 – 2006),, Copenhagen, Denmark
10.“COLLABOR8”, Mac + Design Magazine, (October 2004), Shanghai, China

TOTAL NUMBER OF PUBLICATIONS                         
Refereed Academic Publications                             8
Non-refereed Publications                                        11

Ian Andrews is a new media, sound and video artist, who has worked with various electronic media since 1981.  In 1995 he completed BA (Honours) in Communication with first class Honours at University of Technology Sydney. A doctoral candidate (PhD), and academic, at University of Technology Sydney.
Selected Interactive Projects:
Sound of Failure, Reverse Garbage, Sydney (sound installation),
Brut Loops Artspace, Sydney, (sound installation).
This is not a Film Premiere, Don’t Look Gallery, Sydney, (video-sound installation). 2008
Sound Drift , with Timo Kahlen, SoundART 2007 (Traumzeit Festival), Duisburg, Germany (new media work). 2006
Selected Discography:
Transiterations (DVD) Demux 003
Delayed Inaudible P2 (cd) pneuma 006
Pacifica (cd) pneuma 002
Ceremonial (cd) Fällt (ferric series)

Adam Hinshaw is a new media programmer, artist and creative collaborator.
Professionally working in the field of multi media programming since 1998, across the areas of advertising, web, events, film & television.
Selected Interactive Projects:
Seeker – Installation - Leon Cmielewski, Josephine Starrs
Untitled Media – Installation – with Reality Cooperative
• ISEA - San Jose, California – 2006
Omphalos (Oracle #7) – Installation – Panos Couros
• Kudos Gallery 2005
Floating Territories – Installation - Leon Cmielewski, Josephine Starrs
• 2nd Beijing International New Media Exhibition & Symposium - 2005
Throw – Installation – Mari Velonaki
• Experimedia, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne 2004.

Kate Richards is a Sydney-based media artist with an undergraduate degree in BA Communications from UTS (1980), and a Masters in Fine Art in New Media Research from the University of NSW (CoFA) 1st class honours in 1996. Kate works across multimedia, interactivity, visualisation software and time-based media and is exhibiting artworks both nationally and internationally. Recent multimedia projects include Foul Whisperings, Strange Matters (Lit Bd Australia Council and New Media Consortium) in Second Life with Kerreen Ely-Harper and Angela Thomas; the Life After Wartime suite with Ross Gibson, the most recent outcome being the 5 channel interactive media installation Bystander (funded by the Australian Research Council and The Nelson Meers Foundation) exhibited at The Performance Space@Carriage Works in August 2007 plus other CDROMS, live performance and a print exhibition exhibited since 1999; Wayfarer with Martyn Coutts, a live game space performed at The Performance Space@Carriage Works in September 2007(funded by the InterArts and Theatre Board Australia Council); The Uncertainty Principle, a photographic exhibition at the Australian Centre for Photography in Oct 2007; sub_scape with Sarah Waterson, exhibited at d<art 2006 and syncity at ACP for dLux Media, ISEA Helsinki 2004 and ACMI in Proof, the Act of Seeing with One’s Own Eyes 2005, and Crying Man 4 with Lyndal Jones at Artspace in Sydney 2005. Kate also was in a group drawing show at G&A Gallery Sydney in 2006. Kate has worked with multimedia in other live performance contexts with Red Iris live (with musician Stevie Wishart, 1999 Newtown Theatre) and Life After Wartime live with The Necks (Adelaide Fringe Festival 2002 and Sydney Opera House 2003). Kate contributes to her own and other media communities with conference papers and panels. Recent ones: 2007 Guest panelist at Nobel Exhibition public Programs UTS, artist talk at Carriage Works for ‘Bystander’ and at Australian Centre for Photography for the exhibition ‘Avatar - The New You’ 2008.