In May 2016, QUT played host to 25 of Indonesia’s best emerging and established fashion designers, giving industry and academics an opportunity to meet, mingle and share ideas in a collision of culture and colour.
Daily challenges occur for all writers, but even in solitary pursuits, there’s a large, supportive community if you know where to look. For Ellen van Neerven, the sum of her experiences has amounted to two published books - one capturing the lives of Murri girls and their families; the other drawing on her cultural experience of food in India - and a desire to support other writers.
No Walls’ Matthew Chilton sits down with dancer, choreographer and video/multimedia artist Elise May to discuss the marriage of digital technology with the live body.
Publishing a book never meant to be read - the 24-hour book and other stories told by if:book Australia.
No Walls' Brooke Donnelly looks behind-the-scenes at Geek Girls to see how technology and art can be seamlessly interwoven.
Screenwriter, playwright, author, coder, tweeter. Do any of these terms matter anymore? Should writers have a platform agnostic approach to writing?
Using physical theatre to express the collective loss a community experiences from disaster is a major undertaking. This can be even more challenging when working across cultures. Director Jeremy Neideck and producer Dave Sleswick experienced this first hand with Deluge: 물의기억 (Mului Gieok), a five year international experience to represent those affected by the harsh reality of nature.
Patrick Clair is an LA based screen director who specialises in motion design, music visuals and information graphics. He directed the 90 second main title sequence of HBO’s True Detective, which won him an Emmy Award for outstanding main title design last year.
Louise Bennett is a visual artist whose creative work examines human experience in an increasingly digital environment. It is the tension in the screens presence that drives her exploration.