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Email: r.harley@unsw.edu.au

Prof. Ross Harley

Dean and Director

Dean's Unit

Qualifications

BArts (Hons); MArts; Doctor Creative Arts
Ross Rudesch Harley is an award-winning artist, writer and educator whose career crosses the bounds of traditional and creative arts research. His video and sound work has been presented at the Pompidou Centre in Paris, New York MoMA, Ars Electronica in Austria, the Biennale of Sydney, and at the Sydney Opera House. He is a former editor of the journal Art + Text, and has written regular columns on design and popular culture for Rolling Stone and for The Australian national newspaper. He has edited a number of anthologies, including New Media Technologies (1993), Artists in Cyberculture (1993) and Before and After Cinema (1999). Another, entitled Parallel Histories in the Intermedia Age appeared in the Summer of 2000. In 1992 he was the director of the influential International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) and Co-Chair of ISEA 2013. He is also well-known for directing the audio/vision for the Cardoso Flea Circus videos and live performances with Colombian-born artist Maria Fernanda Cardoso. Collaborative work includes Aviopolis (with Gillian Fuller), a multimedia project and book about airports, Black Dog Publications, London; Busface, a photo-media installation with the Ejecutivo Colectivo exhibited at ArtBasel, Miami; and the DVD installation Cloudscope in collaboration with Durbach | Block architects at Elizabeth Bay House, Sydney; and the Museum of Copulatory Organs with Maria Fernanda Cardoso at the Biennale of Sydney. Current research projects include the ARC funded "Reconsidering Australian Media Art Histories in an International Context" and “Scanlines: Video Art in Australia Since the 1960s”, an ARC linkage project investigating the history of video art in Sydney partnering with, dLux Media Arts, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia; “My Own Private Airspace”, a multichannel video of personal airflights and itineraries (with Leo Martyn animator); and “Loomorama“, a collaborative installation project with Elvis Richardson based on personal archives of VHS tapes and VJ presentation tools. He is also Lead Chief Investigator on the ARC LIEF project Design and Art of Australia Online together with DAAO Research Director and long-time collaborator Gillian Fuller. He was Deputy Director at the National Institute for Experimental Arts [NIEA] and Co-Director of the ICinema Centre for Interactive Cinema Research until 2013. He was awarded a Vice-Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence in 2008, and is currently Dean and Director of the College of Fine Arts, UNSW Australia. AUTHORED BOOKS, MONGRAPHS AND EDITED JOURNALS Co-editor with Ann Elias and Nicholas Tsoutas, Camouflage Cultures: Beyond the art of disappearance, University of Sydney Press, Sydney, 2014. Co-editor with Kathy Cleland and Laura Fisher, Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium on Electronic Art, ISEA2013, Sydney? ?Published by ISEA International, the Australian Network for Art & Technology and the University of Sydney, ?ISBN: 978-0-646-91313-1. Co-editor with Jill Bennett, Doug Kahn, Paul Thomas, Experimental Arts: Studies in Material Thinking, Studies in Material Thinking, Volume 8, 2012. Aviopolis: A Book About Airports, (with Gillian Fuller), original colour photography, (plus limited edition CDROM and DVD), Black Dog Publishing, London, 2004, 160pages. RRH: Ross Rudesch Harley Videoworks, double DVD with 48page catalogue, published by MediaComPress in association with the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2003. Editor, "Parallel Histories in the Intermedia Age", Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, John Libbey Media, UK, Vol 6 No 2, Summer 2000, 120pp. Editor, "Before and After Cinema", Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, John Libbey Media, UK, Summer Vol 5 No. 2, Summer 1999, 124pp. Co-editor with Peter Callas and Alessio Cavallaro, An Eccentric Orbit: Video Art in Australia, American Federation of Arts, New York, 1994, 32pp. Editor, Art and Cyberculture: Media Information Australia, Special Issue, Australian Film Television and Radio School, Sydney, August 1993, 140pp. Editor, New Media Technologies: Taking Care of Business No. 4, Australian Film Television and Radio School, Sydney, 1993, 180 pp. Co-editor with Alessio Cavallaro, Linda Wallace and McKenzie Wark, Cultural Diversity in the Global Village, catalogue, Third International Symposium on Electronic Art, Sydney, 1992, 132 pp. Editor, Art & Text, three issues per annum, Sydney, 1990-91, [approx. 132pp per issue]. Co-editor with Philip Brophy, Stuffing: Music/Image, Melbourne, 1989, 124pp. Editor, Outer Site, Bicentennial Contemporary Art Spaces publication, Sydney, 1988, 96 pp. Managing Editor, Art & Text, four issues per annum, Sydney, 1987-90, [approx. 124pp per issue]. Editor, Know Your Product, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, 1986, 96pp. Editor, Sex Politics and Representation, Local Consumption Publications No. 5, Sydney, 1984, 154 pp. CHAPTERS IN BOOKS, REFEREED ARTICLES/RANKED JOURNALS “Australian Video Art Histories: A Media Arts Archaeology for the Future” in Cubbit, S and Thomas, P (eds), Media Art Histories, MIT Press, Cambridge, 2013. “Can Open Learning Have a Future in the University”, Leonardo Vol. 44, ?No. 2, MIT Press, 2011. “The protocological surround: reconceptualising radio and architecture in the wireless city” (with Gillian Fuller), in Foth, M (ed), From Social Butterfly to Engaged Citizen, MIT Press, Cambridge, 2011. “Airportals: the functional significance of stillness in the junkspace of airports” in Bissell D and Fuller G (eds), Stillness in a Mobile World, Routledge, London, 2010. “Distribution/Network/Configuration: A Photo Essay On Operating Control”, in Andrew R. Thomas (ed), Supply Chain Security, Praeger Security International, Connecticut, 2010. “Airports”, (with Gillian Fuller) in Ray Hutchinson (ed), Encyclopedia of Urban Studies, Sage, Thoiusand Oaks California, 2009. “Cultural Modulation and The Zero Originality Clause of Remix Culture in Australian Contemporary Art”, fibreculture 15, Nov 2009, http://journal.fibreculture.org.issue15/. “Open Video”, realtime 93, Sept-Oct 2009, http://www.realtimearts.net/article/93 “Open Learning Networks in Media Arts Education”, in Thomas,P. (ed), Media Art Scoping Study Symposium Proceedings, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, 2009, pp 76-80. “Film, image & the post-medium condition”, realtime 90, April-May 2009, http://www.realtimearts.net/article/90/9411. “Screen potential”, realtime 89, Feb-March 2009, http://www.realtimearts.net/article/issue89/9336. “Light-Air-Portals: Visual Notes on Differential Mobility”, M/C Journal, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2009, http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewArticle/132. "LastFM and the Music Multiverse" (with Mat Wall Smith and Andrew Murphie), in Proceedings of the 3rd Art of Record Production Conference, QUT, Brisbane, [forthcoming] 2009. "From open circuits to open distribution: can video artists adopt FLOSS strategies as their own?", FLOSS+Art, Mute, London, 2008, pp 170-180. “Terminal Insecurity” in Andrew R. Thomas (ed), Aviation Security Management, Praeger Security International, Connecticut, 2008, pp 187-194. "Australian Electronica: a brief history" (with Andrew Murphie), in Shane Homan and Tony Mitchell (eds), Sounds of Then, Sounds of Now: Popular Music in Australia, ACYS Publishing, Hobart, 2008, pp 93-113. “Around the world in 80 airports”, in John Urry , Saolo Cwerner, Sven Kesselring (eds), Air TimeSpaces: Theory and Method in Aeromobilities Research, Routledge, 2008, pp 135-57. “Totally Busted: Do We Need a YouTube for Video Art?”, Move on Asia, Gallery Loop, Seoul, Korea, 2007. “Terminal Immersion”, Visual Communication, Sage, Vol. 6, No. 2, June, 2007; pp 180-201. “Australian Electronica: A Brief History”, (with Andrew Murphy), CULTURE MACHINE #9, 2007. [http://www.culturemachine.net] “SYD: a tale of two cities and how they entwine” (with Gillian Fuller), for Vol 1, No4 "The Glittering Tart": Imaging Sydney SCAN, refereed e-journal, 2005, http://scan.net.au:16080/scan/journal/display_article.php?recordID=46 “Roller Coaster Planet: Kinetic Experience in the Age of Mechanical Motion”, Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, London, Vol 6 No 3, Summer 2000, pp 77-97. "Mad Max: Creating a sonic character", in Rebecca Coyle (ed) Settling the Score, Australian Film Television and Radio School, 1998, pp16-32. "Entertainment of wonders and the conflux of apparent miracles: Magic, cinema and illusion in turn of the century performance", Metro, Nos 113/114, 1997, pp. 48-54. "Cardoso Flea Circus Video", Cantrills Filmnotes, Numbers 87,88, December 1997, pp4-8. "That's Interaction: Audience participation in entertainment monopolies", Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, London, Vol 2 No 1, Spring, 1996, pp 103-126. "Acts of Volition: A case study of Australian techno music ", Perfect Beat, Sydney, Vol 2 No 3, July 1995, pp 21-49. "Beat in the system", in Simon Frith, Lawrence Grossberg, Tony Bennett and Graeme Turner (eds), Rock and Popular Music: Politics, Policies, Institutions, Routledge, London, 1993, pp 210-230. "Scandal to the Jews, folly to the pagans: Godard's Hail Mary", (with Stuart Cunningham), Continuum, No. 2, June, 1988, pp 34-56. "Edge of nowhere", in John Cruthers (Ed.), Taking Care of Business No.2, Australian Film Television and Radio School, Sydney, 1988, pp 22-32. "The logic of the virgin mother: Godard's Hail Mary" (with Stuart Cunningham), Screen, 28/1, Winter, 1987, London; pp 48-64. CATALOGUE ESSAYS, PROCEEDINGS AND OTHER ARTICLES “Art of Media”, in 4D ARTEXPRESS: New Media Education Resource, 2009, http://cofa.unsw.edu.au/newsevents/events/event_0255.html “Know You’re Product: A Conversation with Ross Harley”, in The Brisbane Sound, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, [in press] 2007. “Remix: The Archive (alt. Archive: The Remix): ROSS RUDESCH HARLEY VS SODA_JERK”, Photofile, Sydney, August 2006, pp40-43. “Simeon Nelson’s Ambiguous Topographies”, Sherman Galleries, catalogue, 1999, p2. "Towards an economic future: Australia's multimedia nation", Continuum, Vol 9 No 1, 1995, pp 64-68. "Learning to drive: 'Motion Landscape' video series by Ross Harley", Cantrills Filmnotes, No. 75/76, 1994, pp4-14. "Dig: An Archaeology of Spielberg's 'Jurassic Park'", Fifth International Symposium on Electronic Art Proceedings, Helsinki, August, Helsinki, World Wide Web, http://isea.com.uqam.ca, 1994. "Introduction", Art and Cyberculture: Media Information Australia, Special Issue, AFTRS, 1993, pp 5-7. "The nature of new media technologies", New Media Technologies: Taking Care of Business No. 4, AFTRS, 1993, pp4-11. "The Digital Garden Version III", in Karl Gerbel and Peter Weibel (eds), Genetische Kunst-Kunstliches Leben, PVS Verleger, Vienna, 1993, pp 389-93. "The machine in the garden", Land-Scope, Artspace, Sydney,1993, pp 1-4. "Introduction", Cultural Diversity in the Global Village, Third International Symposium on Electronic Art, Sydney, 1992, p 5. “The illusion of life” (review article), Art & Text, January /April, 1992. "Robyn Stacey", Creative Camera, February, 1992. "CyberPunk dreams of garage tech", Australian International Video Festival, Sydney, 1991, pp 32-35. “Night's High Noon”, Adelaide Biennial, Adelaide, 1990, p 45. "Cross the tracks", Stuffing: Image/Music, Stuff Publications, Melbourne, 1989, pp 17-33. "Into the sample age", Acme, Super 8 Film Group, Sydney, 1989, pp 3-7. "Video lycanthropy", Perspecta, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1989, p 88. "Alphabyte cities: the videos of Peter Callas", Art & Text 28 Art & Text Publications, Melbourne, 1988, pp 73-82 "Where the sidewalk ends", Outer Site, Bicentennial Contemporary Art Space Projects, Sydney, 1988, pp 4-8. "Half light" , Scan+, Australian Video Festival, Sydney, 1988, pp 16-19. "Electronic impulses: the videos of Peter Callas", Encounters II, Adelaide Festival, 1988, pp 21-6. "Hiding in the light", (with Dick Hebdige), Art & Text 25, Art & Text Publications, Melbourne, 1986, pp 67-79. "Can you know your product?", Know Your Product, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, 1986, pp 5-8. "The writing of pop culture", On The Beach, No, 10, On the Beach Publications, Sydney, 1986, pp 34-36. "Neither here nor there? Dossier on Serious Undertakings", Sex Politics and Representation, Local Consumption Publications No. 5, 1984, pp 83-106. "Between no payola and the cocktail set: rock'n'roll journalism", with Peter Botsman, Theoretical Strategies, Local Consumption Publications, No. 2/3, 1982, pp 231-265. "Here comes the night", with Jon Roper, Theoretical Strategies, Local Consumption Publications, No. 2/3, 1982, pp 129-141. REVIEWS, JOURNALISM AND OTHER WRITING “Simply Super 8”, HQ, July, 1999 "En Estereo!", The Lightmouse Keeper, Nokia online journal, Helsinki, 1997. "Turbulence: The Works of Jon McCormack", HQ, Sept, 1996. "Las Vegas: Room with a sphinx", The Australian, 17-18 Feb 1996. "Entertainment design", The Australian, May 1995. "San Francisco Museum of Modern Art", The Australian, Mar 1995, "Struggle for direction of the cityscape", The Australian, 1-2 Jan, 1994. "Who's in the chair for style?", The Australian, 8-9 Jan, 1994. "Virtual reality of impossible designs", The Australian, 15-16 Jan, 1994. "High ideals at a price", The Australian, 22-23 Jan, 1994. "Disc designs play into hands of the consumer", The Australian, 29-30 Jan 1994. "Neo-baggy: more soul than sold out", The Australian, 5-6 Feb, 1994. "Superhighway robbery holds progress to ransom", The Australian, 12-13 Feb, 1994. "Monuments with power to move", The Australian, 26-27 Feb, 1994. "Style gurus put the boot in", The Australian, 5-6 Mar, 1994. "Can't beat a good ad campaign", The Australian, 19-20 Mar, 1994. "Remodelling an architectural legend", The Australian, 26-27 Mar, 1994. "The hot spot of every home", The Australian, 9-10 April, 1994. "Multimedia: Hip or Hype?", Filmnews, Sept, 1993. "Ergonomics to make everybody happy", The Australian, 30-31 Oct, 1993. "Identity key to sound system", The Australian, 6-7 Nov, 1993. "Sad sign of the times", The Australian, 13-14 Nov, 1993. "Automated environment out of order", The Australian, 27-28 Nov, 1993. "Vulgar beauty from beyond the burbs", The Australian, 11-12 Dec, 1993. "Postwar 'maverick' too modern for some", The Australian, 24-25 Dec, 1993. "Multimedia: Hip or hype?", Filmnews, Aug, 1993, p14. "Luna Park Artists' Program", for Luna Park Reserve Trust, Sydney, 1992, 30 pp. “Design After Dark” (review), Editions, Feb, 1992, p 8. “Culture, Technology and Creativity” (review), Filmnews, Feb, 1992, pp 15-16. "Silence of the Lambs" (review), Filmnews, Feb, 1991, p 14. “Bat Mythology” (review), Sydney Morning Herald, Aug, 1991, p 32. "Media" (monthly column), Follow Me, 1990. "Film" (monthly column), Follow Me, 1990. “Society” (review), Filmnews, Aug, 1990, p 15. “Bride of Reanimator” (review), Filmnews, Aug, 1990, p 14. "Meet the Applegates" (review), Filmnews, Sept, 1990, p 15. “Phobia” (review), Cinema Papers, Nov, 1990, p 53. "Happy Mondays" (interview), Rolling Stone, Dec, 1990, p 17 "Homer Hudson & the Strawberries of Integrity", Rolling Stone, Aug, 1989, pp 31-37. "Dirty Work", Filmnews, Feb, 1989, pp 7-8. "Designing Dreams" (review), Filmnews, Sept 1988. "Leaping Tall Buildings" (feature), Vogue, Jan 1988. "Mission Impossible" (article), Praxis M, July 1988. "Less Than Nothing: Photos by Robyn Stacey", eyeline, July, 1988, Brisbane, pp 22-25. "Debt: The Work of Jeff Gibson", Photofile, Jan, 1988, Sydney; p28. "The Write Stuff", Cinema Papers, Feb, MTV Publishing, Melbourne, 1987, pp 28-34 "Thunder and Silence", eyeline, May, Brisbane, 1987, pp 12-14 "Sid and Nancy", Cinema Papers, Mar, MTV Publishing, Melbourne, 1987, p42 "Fine Young Cannibals", Filmnews, April, Sydney, 1987, pp 8-9. "Lost Boys", Filmnews, Oct, Sydney, 1987, p14. "Lethal Weapon", Cinema Papers, July, MTV Publishing, Melbourne, 1987, p44. "Black Widow", Filmnews, May, Sydney, 1987, p13. "The Fly" (review), Xpress, Dec/Jan, 1986. "For Want Of" (review), Xpress, May/June, 1986. "Believe It Or Not" (article) Filmnews, Sept, 1986. "Invaders From Mars" (review), Filmnews, Aug, 1986. "Big Trouble In Little China" (review), Filmnews, Sept, 1986. "Touch and Go" (review), Filmnews, July, 1986. "Suspects" (review), Filmnews, May, 1986. "Into the Beyond" (article), Filmnews, Feb/Mar, 1986. "Agnes of God" (review), Filmnews, Feb/Mar, 1986. "Not Fade Away" (feature), Follow Me, Mar/May, 1986. "Inside Out: The Cinema of Nicholas Roeg" (feature), Follow Me, Feb/March, 1986. "Arrivals and Departures", Tension, No. 8, Melbourne, 1985, pp 28-30. "Brisbane's Perfect Match", Institute of Modern Art Writings, Brisbane, 1985. "The Return of the Living Dead" (review), Filmnews, Dec, 1985. "Prizzi's Honour" (review), Filmnews, Dec. "Club Video", Filmnews, June, 1985. "The Necessity of Difference" (feature), Filmnews, April, 1985. "Local Degree Zero" (feature), Filmnews, May/June, 1984. "Vortex" (review), Filmnews, Oct, 1984. "This State of Things" (review), Filmnews, April, 1984. "Richard Lowenstein" (interview), Tribune, Sept, 1984. "Michel Foucault" (obituary), Tribune, July, 1984. "Sydney Film Festival" (review), Tribune, July, 1984. "Sally Potter" (interview), Tribune, July, 1984. "The Right Stuff" (review), Tribune, April, 1984. INVITED LECTURES AND PAPERS Keynote, X-Media Lab, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2013 Keynote, “The flea, the chair and the tiger: multi-disciplinarity and the arts”, School of the Arts and Media, UNSW, Sydney, 2013 Panel, Leonardo Educational Forum, ISEA, Albuquerque, 2012. Panel, Leonardo Educational Forum, ISEA, Istanbul, 2011. Panel, Australian Forum, ISEA, Istanbul, 2011. Keynote, “Contactless contact”, School of the Arts Symposium, University of Tasmania, Hobart 2011. Panel, Leonardo Educational Forum, ISEA, Dortmund, 2010. Paper, “Australia Video Art Histories: A media arts archeology for the future”, RE:LIVE Media Art History Conference, Melbourne, 2009. Paper, “Open Learning Networks in Media Arts Education”, National Organisation of Media Art Database Conference, Melbourne, 2009. Paper (with Gillian Fuller), “Aesthetics of Contact and Mobility in an era of Global Crisis Management”, Infectious Conference, COFA, Sydney, 2009. Panel, Leonardo Educational Forum, ISEA, Belfast, 2009. Artists’ talk, “Around the world in 80 airports”, ISEA, Belfast, 2009. Paper, “User Generated Media Histories”, ISEA, Belfast, 2009. Paper, “From Open Circuits to Open Video: Can Video Artists Adopt Open Video Strategies as Their Own?”, Open Video Conference, New York University, 2009. Paper (with Gillian Fuller), “Space on the run: wireless geographies from airport to air”, Masterclass in Social Theory: Mobile Lives, Lancaster University/Flinders University, Adelaide, 2009. Paper (with Gillian Fuller), “Contactless contact: reconceptualising radio and architecture in the wireless city” Digital Cities, Pennsylvania State University, 2009. Paper (with Gillian Fuller), “Turn off all electronic equipment: lessons form the airport in networked urbanism”, UTS Public Lecture Series, Sydney, 2008. Invited Lecture, “Cross media pulsations”, MQ Art Gallery, Sydney, 2009. Artists’ talk, University of Newcastle, 2008. Invited Lecture, “Visual Evidence in Around the World in 80 Airports”, University of Sunderland, 2007. Invited Lecture, ‘Totally Busted: Do We Need a YouTube for Video Art?’, Video Art Archive Network Forum, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, 2007. Paper, ‘Remixing the Archive in the Bit-torrent Age: An Antipodean Perspective’, Future Histories of the Moving Image Conference, University of Sunderland, UK, 2007. Paper, “Dislocated screens: found footage and remix in the Bit-torrent Age”, Screenscapes Conference, University of Sydney, 2007. Paper, “LAST FM and the Music Multiverse”, (with Mat Wall-Smith and Andrew Murphie), The Third Annual Art of Record Production Conference, Brisbane, 2007. Paper, "Missing archives, untold histories and sample culture in the Sydney video scene", Videokunst.de.au: A Symposium and Festival of German and Australian Video Art, College of Fine Arts, UNSW, 2007. Paper, “Visual Evidence in Mobilities Studies: Aviopolis”, Air-Time Spaces, Lancaster University, 2006. Artist’s talk, “Around the World in 80 Airports”, Macquarie University, 2006. Artist’s talk, “Aviopolis and Graphic Design”, University of Canberra, 2005. Paper, “Aviopolis”, Flight-Time, University of Minneaopolis, 2002. Paper, “Airports and Urban Space”, “Beyond the Cube”, Museum of Sydney 2002. Paper, “Ghosts and Convicts”, “Technologies of magic”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2001. Paper, “Cinema Today, Yesterday and Tomorrow”, Sydney Film Festival, 1999. Artist's talk, University of Technology Sydney, 1999. Invited Lecture, “Videor”, Australian Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melb., 1998. Paper, "100 Years of Cruelty: Antonin Artaud", Sydney, 1996. Artist's talk, Chandigarh Museum of Modern Art, India, 1996. Artist's talk, Universidad de Los Andes, Bogota, 1996. Artist's talk, "Artists' Week", Adelaide Festival, 1996. Workshop convenor, "Electronic Storylines", Doors of Perception 3, Netherlands Design Institute, Amsterdam,1995. Paper, Sixth International Symposium on Electronic Art, Montreal, 1995. Workshop convenor, "Info-Eco", Key Centre for Design, RMIT, Melbourne, 1995. Artist's talk, Pasadena Centre for Design, Los Angeles, 1995. Artist's talk, 18th Street Arts Complex, Los Angeles, 1995. Artist's talk, Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta, Canada,1994. Artist's talk, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney,1994. Artist’s talk/presentation, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1994 Paper, ISEA94, Helsinki, 1994. Artist's talk, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria, 1993. Artist's talk, Moderna Gallerja, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1993. Paper, "Experimenta", Modern Image Makers Association, Melbourne, 1992. Invited Lecture, Visual Arts Dept Guest Lecture series, University of Tasmania, 1992. Paper, Sydney College of Arts postgrad lecture series, 1992. Paper, "Synthesis", Royal Australian Institute of Architects, Sydney, 1991. Course on computer graphics, for Sydney Intermedia Network, 1990. Paper, Sydney Film Festival Forums, 1989. Paper, "Foreign Knowledge", Gertrude Street Galleries, Melbourne,1989. Invited Lecture, "Proposals", George Paton Gallery, Melbourne, 1989. Paper, "Experimenta", Melbourne, 1988. Paper, Artists' Week, Adelaide Festival, 1988. Guest lectures on video and popular culture, City Art Institute, Sydney, 1987. Joint paper with Stuart Cunningham, Australian Screen Studies, Sydney, 1986. Joint paper with Adrian Martin for Dave Sargent Memorial Lecture, AFI Sydney,1986. Paper, CAMARP conference, Sydney, 1986. Paper, Sydney Film Festival Forums, 1986. Invited Lecture, "Brisbane Hot" forum, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, 1985. Video presentations and lectures at WEA Film Study Group, 1986-87. Paper and video presentation, "Futur*Fall", Sydney, 1984. Paper at Australian Screen Studies Association weekend conference, 1983. Guest lectures, Sydney University Fine Arts and General Philosophy Departments, Griffith University Humanities, Newcastle CAE, NSW Institute of Technology, 1983-87.