Symposium Exhibition

8-10 December 2020
UNSW Media Futures Hub
 
Kate Richards

A Drone Opera is a poetic and visceral expression of the contemporary [...]

Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox

Although the airborne militarised drone is a visible and material harbinger [...]

Anna Munster and
Michele Barker

Ecologies of Duration is comprised of several infinitely looped moving [...]

Anne Wilson, Shelley Hannigan and Cameron Bishop

‘X Marks the Spot’ and ‘Seeing Not Looking’ are art works that explore [...]

David Chesworth

Earthwork’s two images of site: one framed within the other, can be [...]

Andrew Yip

This paper explores the use of 3D drone mapping as part of the complex [...]

David  Beesley

Today personal drones, also termed as remotely piloted aircraft systems [...]

Vaughan W. O'Connor

This paper focusses on practice-based research conducted as part of an [...]

DRONE
CULTURES

an interdisciplinary

symposium

 
 Drone Cultures
Virtual Symposium
8 - 10 December 2020