Dr. Su Ballard is an art historian, curator and theorist of visual art and culture. Her current research folds the histories of art into contemporary practice with a focus on speculation, futures, accidents, noise and machines in the art gallery. She co-edited The Fibreculture Journal 20 “Networked Utopias and Speculative Futures” in 2012 and The Aotearoa Digital Arts Reader published by Clouds in 2008. She is a Senior Lecturer in Art History, Visual and Media Art at the University of Wollongong, Australia.
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Nonorganic life: frequency, virtuality and the sublime in Antarctica, Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2012)
The continent of Antarctica is a heightened location where scale and our stories of the...
Information, Noise, et al., Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2011)
et al. that's obvious!, Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2010)
HTML colour codes, Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2010)
The Internet exhibition features a selection of internet based artwork that address the topic of...
Nonorganic life: encounters between frequency and virtuality in Antarctica, Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (2010)
This paper is not about Antarctica at all. In many imaginaries Antarctica exists as a...