Research seminar session IV
5 September in S07_1.23 @12:00pm
Dr Heather Faulkner is a documentary/transmedia practitioner and researcher whose work explores the synergetic themes of identity, place and belonging. Her professional career as a photojournalist and award-winning picture editor has seen her work published broadly on an international scale. She has exhibited and published creative works nationally and internationally. She is the author of “North of the Border: Stories from the A Matter of Time Project” published by UWAP in 2016. Faulkner a senior lecturer and Program Director of the Bachelor of Photography at Queensland College of Art, Griffith University.
Anthony Baker's practice and research is informed by the recursive nature of perception. The feedback loop between environment, sensory interaction and modes of consciousness.
As we create technological advancements, we adapt to their effects and affect, their contributions and repercussions, and our labour affords maintenance and perpetuation of further advances. This changes our environment, human interaction, our agency and our understanding of ourselves and life experience.
As an artist I am inspired by recursion and interested in the spaces of internal and external language, both lingual and sensorial, and how semiotics are interpreted, and inconsistent considering the infinity of time and space.
This propels me to further explore the virtue of Temerantia and expanding my installation/sculptural practice to consider the architecture we navigate in our lives, physical, psychic and cyber.