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DR Chau Chak Wing Building, UTS Designed by Frean Gehry. Photo by Rita Bila

UTS’s Frank Gehry designed School of Business complete

Construction work has finally ended at the Frank Gehry-designed Buisness School which is part of the University of Technology Sydney’s (UTS) Master Plan. Dhub previewed the site of the Dr Chau Chak Wing – named after the benefactor of 20 million to the project. The building is still receiving its final touches with some at the official … Continue reading

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évasion

évasion

Michele Barker and Anna Munster évasion is a multi‐channel moving image and responsive audio installation exploring contemporary and historical cultures and practices of illusionism. An escape artist seems to be breaking free from a straightjacket but the installation ‘traps’ him … Continue reading

Sideshow

Sideshow

Curated by Isobel Parker Philip Sideshow adopts the spatial logic of the circus sideshow as an allegorical blueprint for exhibition display. Popular from the 1850s until the mid 20th century, circus sideshows situated each individual ‘exhibit’ within a makeshift tent … Continue reading

Future Beauty

Future Beauty: 30 years of Japanese Fashion

‘Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion‘ explores the tremendous innovation of Japanese fashion designers from the early 1980s to the present. With nearly 100 garments featured in the exhibition, ranging from the classic and elegant to outrageous, this will … Continue reading

Todd McMillan, untitled cyanotype

Todd McMillan, Michael Moran and David Burns: New Work

An exhibition of site-specific installation, cyanotype photographs and works on paper by three Sydney-based artists who attempt to reconcile their work in the context of one another. Todd McMillan and David Burns lecture in Photography and Situated Media at the … Continue reading

UTS Festival of Design & Architecture, Picture by Drew Dunbar

UTS Festival of Design & Architecture

From objects that could change everyday life through to landscape projects that could change whole cities, this series of 12 unique shows and events, spread across 8 inner-city venues, showcases the work of students from UTS’s Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building. … Continue reading

Bark, Leaf, Bud by Mitsue Slattery

Bark, Leaf, Bud

“I am fascinated by the mutability of metal, especially silver. It changes from molten to solid then to thin sheet and wire. From here, different forms and textures emerge through techniques such as hammering, knitting and heating. I am drawn to the … Continue reading

less is more'Majella

tenmoregirls ‘Less is More’

tenmoregirls is a changing group of women contemporary jewellers who studied Jewellery and Object Design at Design Centre Enmore. In 2014 tenmoregirls consists of  Majella Beck, Linda Blair, Susannah Dwyer, Sarah Mills, Keiko Kimura and Kaoru Rogers. This will be … Continue reading

eyewear design contest

International Eyewear Design Contest 2015

The OWP Brillen company has created glasses collections of international quality ever since its establishment in 1947. A total 75 percent of our production is designated for export. We have our own subsidiaries in Germany, France, Austria, the Netherlands and … Continue reading

EVOLO Competition

eVolo 2015 Skyscraper Competition

eVolo Magazine is pleased to invite architects, students, engineers, designers, and artists from around the globe to take part in the eVolo 2015 Skyscraper Competition. Established in 2006, the annual Skyscraper Competition is one of the world’s most prestigious awards for high-rise architecture. … Continue reading