Research

Research

2010-15 “The Reinvention of Landscape in the Digital Era,” Partner Investigator with Jeffrey Shaw and Johnny Chang in Australian Research Council Discovery Project led by Dennis del Favero, $1, 110, 000

2009 “Contemporaneity,” Clark Institute and Getty Research Institute Workshop, Clark Institute, Williamstown, Mass., $25,000

2008-9            “Human Development, and Human Rights: 21st Century Intersections and Ramifications,” associate investigator in project led by Global Studies, University of Pittsburgh, in association with the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, and MCA, Niteroi, Rio de Janiero, $20,000

2007-8 GlaxoSmithKlein Senior Fellow, National Humanities Center, Research Triangle Park, Raleigh-Durham, NC

2007 Fondation de France Chercheur Invité, Institut national d’histoire de l’art, Paris

2006-11 University of Pittsburgh, School of Arts and Sciences, “Critical Languages for New Media Arts: Digital Arts Edition,” with Zentrum für Media und Kunst, Karlsruhe, and iCinema Centre, University of New South Wales, $150,000

2001-2 Getty Scholar, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, Frames of Viewing: Perception, Experience, Judgment

2000-1 Australian Research Council Strategic Partnership with Industry Research &Training Support Grant, “The Big Picture: A Planning Matrix for the Visual Arts,” with the National Association of the Visual Arts, the Department of Art History and Theory and the Department of Computer Studies, University of Sydney, $102,000.

1999-2001 Australian Postgraduate Award (Industry), Australian Research Council Strategic Partnership with Industry Research & Training Support Grant, “Useful Law for a Changing Industry,” with Industry Partner, Simpson’s Solicitors, $75,000.

1998-2000 Australian Research Council Strategic Partnership with Industry Research & Training Support Grant, “The Visual Arts in Australia: Professional, Industrial and Legal Issues,” team leader, with the National Association of the Visual Arts, the Australian Centre for Industrial Relations Research and Training, and the Art Gallery of New South Wales as industry partners; $300,000 plus in-kind support.
Outcome: Code of Practice for the Australian Visual Arts Industry, published by the National Association of the Visual Arts, Sydney, 2nd edition 2005. See www.visualarts.net.au/practicaladvice/default.asp?page=CodeOfPractice:2ndEdition/Code

LIST OF RESEARCH GRANTS

2009 “Contemporaneity,” Clark Institute and Getty Research Institute Workshop, Clark Institute, Williamstown, Mass., $25,000

2008-9Human Development, and Human Rights: 21st Century Intersections and Ramifications,” Global Studies, University of Pittsburgh, in association with the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, and MCA, Niteroi, Rio de Janiero, supporting researcher

2005-10 University of Pittsburgh, School of Arts and Sciences, “Critical Languages for New Media Arts: Digital Arts Edition,” with Zentrum für Media und Kunst, Karlsruhe, and iCinema Centre, University of New South Wales, $150,000

2003-4 Grants for the Symposium “Modernity & Contemporaneity: Antinomies of Art and Culture after the C20th”: School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pittsburgh $50,000, Pittsburgh Foundation $75,000, Heinz Endowments $50,000.

2001-2002 Getty Scholar, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles

2000-2001 Australian Research Council Strategic Partnership with Industry Research &Training Support Grant, “The Big Picture: A Planning Matrix for the Visual Arts”, with the National Association of the Visual Arts, the Department of Art History and Theory and the Department of Computer Studies, University of Sydney, $102,000.

1999-2001 Australian Postgraduate Award (Industry), Australian Research Council Strategic Partnership with Industry Research & Training Support Grant, “Useful Law for a Changing Industry,”with Industry Partner, Simpson’s Solicitors, $75,000.

1998-2000 Australian Research Council Strategic Partnership with Industry Research & Training Support Grant, “The Visual Arts in Australia: Professional, Industrial and Legal Issues”, team leader, with the National Association of the Visual Arts, the Australian Centre for Industrial Relations Research and Training, and the Art Gallery of New South Wales as industry partners. $300,000 plus in kind support.

1998 Cultural Value Formation: The Museum of Contemporary Art as a Case Study,”Research Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Sydney, $12,000

1997-1999 Australian Research Council Large Grant “Conceptual Art in Australia, New Zealand, England and Europe,”,$110,000.

1995-6 Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Grant “Imaging Ourselves to the Other,”,$30,000

1994-6 Australian Research Council Small Grant “Engineering Vision,”,$36,000