Lecturer in Art
Room 280, G04 'Wilkinson Building', 148 City Road,
The University of Sydney, NSW 2006
+61 2 9351 5933
- Time-Based Media
- Media Arts
- Video Art
- Sound Art
- Interactive Installation Art
- Environment and Sustainability
- Indigenous Studies
- DECO2101 | Digital Design Studio
- DECO2101 | Digital Image Design and Representation
- IDEA9203 | Time-Based Media Laboratory
- IDEA9204 | Screen Studio
- IDEA9205 | Art, Technology and Culture
- Doctor of Philosophy | University of Canberra (2007)
- Post-Graduate Studies | L'École des Beaux-Arts, Marseille, France (1999)
- Bachelor of Art (Visual) with Honours | Majors in painting, Australian National University Institute of the Arts and L'Écoles Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France. (1996).
- 2012-2013 | SyReNs Sydney Climate Change Network, The University of Sydney
- 2012-2013 | Myer Foundation Grant
- 2012 | Regional Arts Development Fund
- 2011 | Reefs on the Edge, Wilderness Society to assist with the making of artworks.
- 2009 | InterANTARCTICA, The University of Sydney. (Learning and Teaching Scholarship grant).
- 1999 | Ian Potter Foundation Traveling Scholarship
- 1994 | Telstra Traveling Scholarship.
- 1993 | Fondi Traveling Scholarship
- Lecturer | The University of Sydney (from 2007).
onacloV is an media based artist She has exhibited her work internationally in France at the ENSBA in Paris and Marseille; in the USA at the Commencement Gallery; in Canada at McGill; in Australia at the National Gallery; Canberra Contemporary Art Space; M16; in Brazil at the Climate Change Impacts and Responses; in Leeds at CRTL Bodies; and in Berlin at the Wekstad. Her experimental artworks address crucial social, cultural and environmental issues.
onacloV has initiated and led major cross-disciplinary environmental practice-led research projects including: InterANTARCTICA and Reefs on the Edge. These artworks were in collaboration with the Climate Change Institute, Australian Antarctic Division and the Sydney Network for a Climate Change Society and were exhibited widely nationally and internationally. The artworks engaged numerous art media and collaborated with environmental scientists forming vital science/art collaborations about climate change impacts and responses.
onacloV's other research focus is Indigenous Studies. Since 2007, onacloV has collaborated with members from the oldest living continuous culture. She won an Excellence in Teaching Award for her research, teaching and community engagement within the Indigenous community. She is currently working with artist and curator Djon Mudine as project director to create a public artwork at the Opera House: The Song of Bennelong and Pemulway.This project has support from the Royal Botanic Gardens, the Sydney Opera House, Sydney City Council, The Sydney Cove Redevelopment, Historic Houses Trust, the Daruk, La Perouse, and Metropolitan Land Councils as well as the Sydney Aboriginal Community generally. The project has financial support from the Myer Foundation.
Her PhD examined how the genre of documentary transforms in video installation via the processes of intertextuality and détournement. She has a degree in Visual Art (Honours) from the Australian National University and the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts Paris, as well as a post-graduate Diploma from the École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts Marseille, France.
2012 | Wall C, P Gough & Felah M. Tangible User Interface Design For Climate Change Education & Interactive Installations, [[i|| Leonardo, Leonardo, The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, Peer Reviewed, In Review.
2012 | Wall C, G. Wu & P Gough, Multiple-Channel Video Installation as a Precursor to New Forms of Transmedia Based Art, International Journal of Technoetic Arts, Volume 9, issue 1.
2011 | Wall C and E Woolsey, Climate Change Fostering Dialogues Between Art and Science, The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses, published refereed journal article, 1st Author, Rio.
2009 | Wall, C., & Wang, X., InterANTARCTICA: Tangible User Interface for Museum Based Interaction, The International Journal of Virtual Reality, 8(1): 17-26, First Author.
2007 | Wall, C. 'Hijacking Documentary into Installation Art', Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures, Vancouver, Canada, Issue 3, Summer, (solo authored journal article), Available Online.
2007 | Wall, C Islamic Intertext, Video Installation Multiple Screened Artworks, Hyperrhiz, Vancouver, Canada, Issue 3, Summer, 2007. Available Online.
2007 | Wall, C. Hijacking the UnAustralian: Islamic Intertext, Continuum: The Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol. 21, No. 4, p. 517-519, December,
2007 | Wall, C. Documentary Transforms into Video Installation Via the Processes of Intertextuality and Détournment, The University of Canberra, Australasian Digital Theses Program database, Canberra.
2012 | Wall C, G. Wu, A Pratomo & P Gough, Communicating Scientific Knowledge via Data Visualization in a Transmedia Based Installation Artwork, The Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Fourth Author, Hawaii, USA.
2011 | Wall C, G. Wu & P Gough, Multiple-Channel Video Installation as a Precursor to New Forms of Transmedia Based Art, International Conference on Virtual Reality and Visualization), 3rd Author, China.
2011 | Wall C. & Karbalaee F. Human and Architectural Settlements: A Case Study of Gilan, Iran: acah2011 The Second Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities, peer reviewed conference proceedings, 2nd author, Osaka, Japan,
2011 | Wall, C., & Woolsey E., Reefs on the Edge: An Installation Artwork about Coral Reefs and Climate Change, 9th International Conference on Arts and Humanities, published peer-reviewed conference proceedings, First Author, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2011
2010 | Wall, C., InterANTARCTICIA An Interactive Environmental Installation,IEEE International Conference, Interactive Multimedia Installations and Digital Art, published peer-reviewed conference proceedings, Singapore.
2010 | Wall, C., & Tomitsch, M., InterANTARCTICA: Making Climate Change Tangible, 8th International Conference on Arts and Humanities, published peer-reviewed conference proceedings, First Author, Honolulu, Hawaii.
2009 | Wall, C., & Wang, X., InterANTARCTICA: Tangible User Interface for Museum Based Interaction, The International Journal of Virtual Reality, 2009, 8(1): 17-26, First Author.
2009 | Wall, C & Wang X., InterANTARCTICA: Tangible User Interface for Museum Based Interaction, 4th International Conference of Digital Media and its Application in Museum and Heritage, Shandong University of Science and Technology, peer-reviewed published conference proceedings, First Author, Qingdao, China.
2009 | Wall, C. Interactive Antarctica: An Installation based on an Augmented Reality System, Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Hawaii.
2008 | Wall, C. Interactive Antarctica, International Conference on Generative Art, GA2008 – XI Generative Art Conference – Politecnico di Milano University, peer-reviewed conference proceedings, Italy.
2008 | Wall, C. & Wang, X. Interactive Antarctic: A Museum Installation based on an Augmented Reality System, International Conference on Digital Interactive Media in Entertainment, published peer-reviewed conference proceedings, Athens Information Technology (AIT) Center of Excellence for Research, First Author, Athens, Greece.
2007 | Wall, C. & Riddell, A. The Artist and the Audience in an Experimental Augmented Reality Performance, (re) Actor: International Conference on Digital Live Art, Leeds University, England, published peer-viewed conference proceedings, First Author, Leeds.
2007 | Wall, C & Riddell, A. Engaging the Audience in Augmented Reality Performance, International Conference on Digital Interactive Media in Entertainment, published peer-reviewed conference proceedings, Murdoch University, First Author, Perth, Australia.
2007 | Wall, C. & Riddell, A. Edible Audience, Sigradi Xi Congreso: La comunicación en la comunidad visual, peer-reviewed abstract accepted, Universidad La Salle, Mexico.
2004 | Wall, C. Intersubjectivity and religious vilification: 67 video Interviews the Australian Muslims, CTRL – refereed conference proceedings, Installation Video Screening, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
2013 | Reefs on the Edge: Exploritorium, San Francisco, USA.
2012 | Reefs on the Edge: Macleay Musuem, University of Sydney.
2012 | Reefs on the Edge: WerkStad, Berlin, Germany, December.
2012 | Underwater Abstraction: ANCA Gallery, Canberra, Australia.
2010 | InterANTARCTICA: The Tasmanian Museum and Gallery, Hobart, Australia.
2007 | Islamic Intertext, Video Installation, Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures, Vancouver, Canada
2007 | Islamic Intertext, ANCA, Canberra, Australia.
2006 | Islamic Intertext, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, CCAS, Australia.
2001 | Killing Snow Woman, Commencement Art Gallery, Washington State, United States of America.
2000 | The Fluid Gene, Electric Shadows, Canberra, Australia.
1999 | The Fluid Gene, École Supérieure de Beaux-Arts Gallery, Marseille, France.
1997 | The Interior Site, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Australia.
2012 | Building Bridges, Hosted by Refugee Action Coalition & Refugee Arts Projects, Art est Gallery, Sydney Australia, 201
2012 | Reefs On The Edge, Macleay Museaum, University of Sydeny, Sydney Australia, 2012
2011 | Flight, Samagundi Studios, Sydney, Australia, 2011
2011 | Acopora Milopora, Yuga Japanese Disaster Art Auction, Sydney, Australia.
2010 | InterANTARCTICA: Performance Space, Carriage Works, Sydney, Australia.
2009 | InterANTARCTICA: Canberra School of Art Gallery, ANU.
2009 | InterANTARCTICA: Design Lab, The University of Sydney, Australia.
2006 | Islamic Intertext, National Museum of Australia, Australia.
2006 | Killing Snow Woman, M16 Art Gallery, Canberra, Australia.
2005 | Edible Audience, Liquid Architecture 6, Australian National Gallery, Australia.
2002 | Killing Snow Woman, Axiom Art Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.
1995 | Self Portrait Series, Ecole National Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France.
1994 | Self Portrait Series, Ecole National Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France.
1993 | Cells, Photo-Space, Canberra Institute of the Arts, ANU, Canberra, Australia.