Brogan Bunt is the Head of Postgraduate Studies and convenor of the Bachelor of Digital Media program. He has a background in traditional media production that is combined with current expertise in the field of software art. He has a particular interest in computational media and general media history and theory. One of his major works, Halfeti-Only Fish Shall Visit (2001) is an experimental documentary focusing on the flooding of a small Turkish town on the banks of the Euphrates River. It structures oral-historical documentary in terms of the paradigms of spatial navigation found within computer games. Another work, Ice Time (2005), fragments the playback of video sequences of the Antarctic landscape. Most recently, he has produced the algorithmic print exhibition, Loom, which explores the aesthetic potential of recursive geometric subdivision.
Loom - Faculty of Creative Arts Gallery, Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2011)
This exhibition explores aspects of recursive geometric subdivision. Simple shapes are subdivided into further smaller...
Artworks exhibited in a Group Exhibition
Ditto: Images in Print - Faculty of Creative Arts Gallery (with M. Adil, Gregor Cullen, Agnieszka Golda, Richard Hook, Gary Jones, Derek Kreckler, F. Krishnabhakdi-Vasilakis, J. Law, Jacky Redgate, Julius Van Den Berg, Diana Wood Conroy, and Joanna Stirling), Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2009)
3 x 3 - LiveWorks Festival, Performance Space, Sydney (with Catherine Fargher) (2008)
Out on the Patio - Studio Art Gallery, Capilano College, Vancouver, Canada (with Gregor Cullen, Lisa M. Anderson, Didier V. Balez, Penelope Harris, Timothy Nohe, Jacqueline Redgate, Richard W. Hook, Julius G. Van Den Berg, Diana Wood Conroy, Stephen F. Ingham, and Susan Blanchfield), Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2007)
Halfeti: Only Fish Shall Visit (computer software) - Perth International Festival of the Arts & ArtSpace, Sydney (2002)
The Pool Project, IEEE MultiMedia Magazine (2007)
Media art: mediality and art generallly, Media Art Scoping Study Symposium Proceedings (2009)
The wide ranging, trans-disciplinary interest in technological media suggests the possibility of a new discipline...
Instrumental relations: software as art, art as software, Digital Arts and Culture (2007)
Software art is characterised by a close concern with the culture of software and the...
The Virtual Museum of the Pacific (with Peter Eklund and Amanda Lawson), Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2009)
The Virtual Museum of the Pacific is a collaborative project between the University of Wollongong...
Voices of the West End (with Vikki Wilson, Derek Kreckler, Jo Law, and Malcolm Riddoch), ERA (2007)
Risking Code: The Dilemmas and Possibilities of Software Art, VDM Verlag Dr (2008)
This study focuses on the emerging field of software art. Rather than imagining the naturalness...
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Using open-source platforms for digital media production, Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2010)
Bourriaud and the aesthetics of electronic interaction, Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2009)
Designing the Digital Ecosystem of the Virtual Museum of the Pacific (with Peter Eklund, Peter Goodall, Tim Wray, Amanda Lawson, L. Christidis, V. Daniel, and M. Van Olffen), Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2009)
The Virtual Museum of the Pacific is a digital ecosystem implemented as Web 2.0 application...
Instrumental relations: Software as art, art as software, Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2008)
Risking code: software art - dilemmas and possibilities, University of Wollongong Thesis Collection (2007)
This thesis focuses on the emerging field of software art. It is concerned with questions...