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Above: Liz Williamson, Liz Williamson : Textiles (2008). Object Gallery, Surry Hills, Sydney. Photograph: Ian Hobbs

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Above: Wendy Parker, Inherited Objects (2007). Four engraved acrylic plaques; 50 x 50 x 20 mm. Photograph: Orlando Luminere

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Above: Jenny Sabin, Fourier Carpet 2006. Jacquard woven wool threads; 140 x 1100 cm. Installation view from ‘Connected: Experimental Design’ curated by Katherine Moline; Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW.

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Above: Katherine Moline, Culture Vultures (2005). Photograph: Sue Blackburn

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Above: Roderick Bamford, Fuddling Maneuver (2011). Bone China, Clay waste; 290 x 200 x 480 mm. Photograph: Ian Hobbs

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Above: Karina Clarke, It’s not just a game (2010). Photograph courtesy of the artist

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Above: Jacqueline Clayton, Rilke and the Autoclave (2011). Porcelain, face powder, laboratory glassware, vintage laboratory hardware; variable dimensions. Photograph: Jacqueline Clayton

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Above: Liz Williamson, Silk Scarves, Woven in Asia (2010). Silk; 800 x 2000 mm each. Photograph: Ian Hobbs

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Above: Karina Clarke, Rouges Jewels (2007). Photograph courtesy of the artist

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Above: Wendy Parker, Kept Boat & Kept Boat Pocket (2010). Linen fishing braid, sterling silver boat, engraved sterling silver ‘kept’ tag and shell toggle; maximum 650mm. Photograph: Orlando Luminere

Research in Experimental Design: Objects (RED Objects) is a collaboration of practitioners and researchers exploring the relationships between design, craft, visual art, and their commentaries. Based at the School of Design Studies, College of Fine Arts, UNSW, the group comprises of

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Research papers from RED OBJECTS’ inaugural symposium exploring the nature of contemporary design collaboration

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Guy’s research explores how the theory of affect, as described by Deleuze and Guattari, assists the interrogation of studio practice of designing and producing critical domestic objects

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An intimate collection of jewellery pieces delving into childhood memory, by Wendy Parker

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It’s not just a game for designer Karina Clarke

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National Touring Exhibition surveying the work of 8 Australian artists selected for their experimental approach to the medium

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A series of experimental designs for a new mode of connectedness

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Jesse O'Neill appointed as lecturer

in Design History at Glasgow School of Art’s Singapore campus

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Monday, June 03, 2013

Eat the Collection with Roderick Bamford

3D printing with chocolate at the Powerhouse Museum, 6-9 pm Thursday

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Monday, April 08, 2013

Revival and Innovation: The Evolution of Aari Embroidery

Free lecture by Asif Shaikh, Master Embroiderer and leading Indian Designer, Monday 15th April, 6pm

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