It’s so exciting, it’s a phenomenal opportunity to have people just see your artwork, meet other artists and become more inspired.” Amy Ossola.
Dr Stephens convincingly tracks the path towards an increasingly technology-dependent and automated society, showing the resulting shift in how we relate to our bodies.
An iRat robot can propose to its buddy that they rendezvous at sunset, meeting at a location to which they’ve never been.
The book aims for a genteel combination of humorous observation, historical exposition, exploratory travel and elucidatory science.
It seems that the renovation of the Howard Smith Wharves will finally go ahead.
Professor Hornsey suggests that, due to identity’s inherent fluidity, there’s an element of the impostor in all of us and perhaps that’s why we find the practice of impostorism so intriguing.