Chief Investigators: Dr Tom Young, Dr Nicholas Godfrey and Rebecca Edwards (Screen), Dr Sean Williams (Creative Writing) and Dr Sarah Peters (Drama).
Photo credit: Timescope designed by Shane Bevin
Taking works by New York Times bestselling author Sean Williams and training an AI instantiation to generate text in Williams' voice, this project provides an opportunity for a collaboration between the real and artificial Sean Williams in the production, polishing and performance of creative works.
Team members: Sean Williams (CHASS), David Powers (CSE), Richard Liebbrandt (CSE), Tully Barnett (CHASS) with summer internship students from CSE.
Chief Investigators: Sarah Peters (CHASS), Sue Gordon (College of Nursing and Health Sciences).
Chief Investigators: Dr Tets Kimura (Flinders), Associate Professor Richard Bullen (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
Chief Investigators: Dr Sean Williams with Dr Alex Vickery-Howe
The Unwritten History
Organiser: Dr Tom Cochrane
Chief investigators: Dr Amy Matthews (CHASS, Flinders), Dr Tully Barnett (CHASS, Flinders), Dr Rachel Hennessy (University of Adelaide)
Crafting new climate stories
Chief investigator: Robyn Clark CNHS/ Sean Williams CHASS/ Maz
Chief investigator: Garry Stewart
Photo by Garry Stewart
Cobotics and dance
Associate Professor Julia Erhart with Dr Nicholas Godfrey, Dr Jeannine Baker (Macquarie University) and Dr Kath Dooley (Curtin University)
Age and Gender in the Screen Industries
Chief Investigator: Emeritus Professor Julie Holledge
Dancers (L-R): Ryan Pearson, Rikki Mason, Beau Dean Riley Smith, Tyrel Dulvarie and Baden Hitchcock, to make fire.
Photographer: Daniel Boud
The Australian Live Performance Database
Chief Investigator: Dr Tully Barnett
Chief Investigators: Dr Tully Barnett,
Professor Richard Maltby, Professor Julian Meyrick
The Value of Culture
The Collective is Ali Gumillya Baker, Simone Ulalka Tur, Faye Rosas Blanch and Natalie Harkin. Ali Gumillya Baker shifts the colonial gaze through film, performance, projection, and grandmother-stories. Simone Ulalka Tur’s performance and poetics enact an intergenerational transmission of story-work through education. Faye Rosas Blanch engages rap theory to embody sovereignty and shedding of the colonial skin. Natalie Harkin's archival-poetics is informed by blood-memory, haunting and grandmother-stories.
Investigators: Dr. Amy Matthews Dr. Alex Vickery-Howe Dr. Sean Williams
The technology was initially developed by Garry Stewart and French video engineer Thomas Pachoud for le Ballet Du Rhin (France) and Australian Dance Theatre.