Professor Ross Gibson

BA(Hons) UQ PGDipFilmStudies PCL AKC (Philosophy and Theology) PhD (King's College London), FAHA

N01P - Sydney College Of The Arts - Rozelle - (Kirkbride)
The University of Sydney


Website Life After Wartime

Biographical details

Ross Gibson is a research affiliate at the University of Sydney. As part of his research he makes books, films and art installations investigating the use of narrative and private ritual in the comprehension of everyday experience. His recent works include the books 'Seven Versions of an Australian Badland' (2002) and 'The Summer Exercises' (2009), the video installation 'Street X-Rays' (2005), the interactive audiovisual environment 'BYSTANDER' (a collaboration with Kate Richards) (2007), and the durational work 'Conversations II' for the 2008 Biennale of Sydney.

Research interests

In his research Gibson investigates the role of ritual, narrative and memory in placemaking and imaginative planning in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. He currently runs Australian Research Council (ARC) research projects investigating: (a) the role of narrative in scenario planning; and (b) the mapping of cultural assets and feelings of emotional attachment in regional Australia. He is also Chief Investigator on ARC-funded projects investigating: (c) new pedagogical practices for indigenous schooling; and (d) the role of large public screens in the evolution of new understandings of the 'public sphere' in transnational contexts, particularly in the relationship between Australia and South Korea.

Associations

Lucy Guerin Dance Company, Board member

Informationad and Cultural Exchange, Board member, Chair

Screen NSW, Board member

Australian Humanities Academy, Fellow

Awards and honours

2013 - 2009 ARC: Linkage, Cultural asset mapping for planning and development in regional Australia

2013 - 2009 ARC: Linkage, Large screens and the transnational public sphere

2010 - 2008 ARC: Linkage, Outside the box: Australian television 2016

2010 - 2008 ARC: Linkage, New ways of doing school: Mixing story and technology to generate innovative learning, social and cultural communities

2006 ARC: Infrastructure, Multimedia computing, production, management and distribution for HDTV and its applications

2005 - 2003 ARC: Linkage, BYSTANDER: immersive feedback environments for exhibiting and dramatically interacting with semiotic, aesthetic and emotional patterns in archived imagery

2004 - 2000 ARC: Discovery, The reformulation of narrative within digital cinema as the integration of three models of interactivity

1999 - 1998 New Media Arts Board, Australia Council for the Arts, Senior Fellowship

Selected grants

2013

  • City of Water: New Nature Writing and Urban Aesthetics; Beudel S, Gibson R; DVC Research/Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Scheme.
  • Contemporary International Aesthetics; Elias A, Colless E, Gibson R, Hauser K, Mellor D, Millner J, Tsoutas N, Tyler L, Behrens R; Office of Global Engagement/IPDF Grant.

2009

  • ARC Linkage - Uni Melbourne lead - LP 0989302 "Large screens and the transnational public sphere"; Gibson R.
  • Large screens and the transnational public sphere; Papastergiadis N, Cubitt S, McQuire S, Gibson R, Choi D, Cmielewski C, Yue A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).
  • Investigating the future of Australian television; Gibson R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).
  • Cultural Asset Mapping for Planning and Development in Regional Australia; Walmsley J, Gibson R, Gibson C, Gibson C, Walmsley J, Ashton P; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

2008

  • LP0775364 Outside the Box: Australian television 2016; Gibson R, Kelly A.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Gibson, R. (2012). 26 Views of the Starburst World: William Dawes at Sydney Cove 1788-91. Crawley, Western Australia: UWA Publishing.
  • Gibson, R. (2002). Seven Versions of an Australian Badland. Australia: University of Queensland Press.

Edited Books

  • Gibson, R. (2003). Remembrance + The Moving Image. Australia: Australian Centre for the Moving Image.

Book Chapters

  • Gibson, R. (2013). Politics and Policing: Post-war Reconstruction in Australia. In Tanya Dalziell, Paul Genoni (Eds.), Telling Stories: Australian Life and Literature 1935-2012, (pp. 91-98). Clayton, Australia: Monash University Publishing.
  • Gibson, R. (2012). Complex Dynamic Disciplines. In Ian Donaldson and Mark Finnane (Eds.), Taking Stock: The Humanities in Australian Life Since 1968, (pp. 125-130). Crawley, WA, Australia: UWA Publishing.
  • Gibson, R. (2011). Searching for a Place in the World: The Landscape of Ford's The Searchers. In Jeff Malpas (Eds.), The Place of Landscape: Concepts, Contexts, Studies, (pp. 245-256). Massachusetts: MIT Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2010). Carbon and Silicon. In Neumark, Norie; Gibson, Ross; van Leeuwen, Theo (Eds.), Voice: Vocal Aesthetics in Digital Arts and Media, (pp. 211-224). Cambridge: MIT Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2010). Patyegarang and William Dawes: the Space of Imagination. In Tracey Banivanua Mar and Penelope Edmonds (Eds.), Making Settler Colonial Space, (pp. 242-254). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Gibson, R. (2010). Pulse Country. In Lisa Byrne, Harriet Edquist and Laurene Vaughan (Eds.), Designing Place: An Archaeology of the Western District, (pp. 94-98). Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne Books.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Foreword in 'Screen Media Arts'. In Hart Cohen, Juan Francisco Salazar, Iqbal Barkat, Juan Salazar (Eds.), Screen Media Arts: An Introduction to Concepts and Practices, (pp. iii-iv). Sydney: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Preface to 'Australian Post-War Documentary Film: An Arc of Mirrors'. In Deane Williams (Eds.), Australian Post-War Documentary Film: An Arc of Mirrors, (pp. 9-10). Chicago: Intellect.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). The Imagining. In Emily McCulloch Childs, Ross Gibson (Eds.), New Beginnings: Classic Paintings from the Corrigan Collection of 21st Century Aboriginal Art, (pp. 12-16). Fitzroy, Australia: McCulloch & McCulloch.
  • Gibson, R. (2007). Aesthetic Politics: How Political Art Works Best. In Lynne Seear, Suhanya Raffel (Eds.), The 5th Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, (pp. 16-23). Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Queensland Art Gallery.
  • Richards, K., Gibson, R., Loke, L. (2006). Bystander - A Responsive, Immersive 'Spirit World' Environment for Multiple Users. In P Beesley, S Hirosue, J Ruxton, M Trankle, C Turner (Eds.), Responsive Architectures: Subtle Technologies 2006, (pp. 106-109). Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Riverside Architectural Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2006). Spirit House. In Chris Healy, Andrea Witcomb (Eds.), South Pacific Museums: Experiments in Culture, (pp. 23.1-23.6). Melbourne: Monash University ePress.
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Attunement and Agility. In S. McQuire & N. Papastergiadis (Eds.), Empires, Ruins + Networks, (pp. 269-277). Victoria: Melbourne University Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Exhibiting: Wonders of the world on show. In Graeme Davison, Kimberly Webber (Eds.), Yesterday's Tomorrows: The Powerhouse Museum and Its Precursors, 1880-2005, (pp. 54-67). Sydney: Powerhouse Publishing in association with UNSW Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Thomas Watling: This Prison, This Language. In Rex Butler (Eds.), Radical revisionism : an anthology of writings on Australian art, (pp. 117-126). Brisbane: Institute of Modern Art.
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Uncommon Country. In Julian Raxworthy, Jessica Blood (Eds.), The Mesh Book: Landscape/Infrastructure, (pp. 254-256). Melbourne: RMIT Publishing.
  • Gibson, R. (2004). The Future of Art. In Jochen Gerz (Eds.), Anthology of Art [Anthologie Der Kunst], (pp. 163-186). Koln: DuMont.
  • Gibson, R. (2004). The Moving Image – Quickness. In Rod Wissler, Brad Haseman, Sue-Anne Wallace, Michael Keane (Eds.), Innovation in Australian Arts, Media and Design: Fresh Challenges for the Tertiary Sector, (pp. 65-72). Flaxton: Post Pressed.
  • Gibson, R. (2003). Remembrance + Realisation. In Ross Gibson (Eds.), Remembrance + The Moving Image, (pp. 1-9). Australia: Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
  • Gibson, R. (2003). The Time Will Come When …. In Jeffrey Shaw, Peter Weibel (Eds.), Future Cinema: the cinematic imaginary after film, (pp. 570-571). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2002). The Witness Engine. In Stuart Koop (Eds.), Value Added Goods: Essays on Contemporary Photography, Art and Ideas, (pp. 145-149). Australia: Centre For Contemporary Photography.

Journals

  • Barikin, A., Papastergiadis, N., Yue, A., McQuire, S., Gibson, R., Gu, X. (2014). Translating Gesture in a Transnational Public Sphere. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 35(4), 349-365. [More Information]
  • Gibson, R., Kelly, C. (2013). Contemporary Art and the Noise of Tending. Interference: A Journal of Audio Culture, (3), 1-6.
  • Papastergiadis, N., McQuire, S., Gu, X., Barikin, A., Gibson, R., Yue, A., Jung, S., Cmielewski, C., Roh, S., Jones, M. (2013). Mega Screens for Mega Cities. Theory, Culture and Society: explorations in critical social science, 30(7-8), 325-341. [More Information]
  • Gibson, R. (2013). On the Senses and Semantic Excess in Photographic Evidence. Journal of Material Culture, 18(3), 243-257. [More Information]
  • Gibson, R. (2013). The flood of associations. Memory Studies, 6(3), 245-252. [More Information]
  • Gibson, R. (2011). What the Eye Can Hear. Journal of Australian Studies, 35(2), 145-151. [More Information]
  • Gibson, R. (2010). All Things Are In Contact. Rethinking History, 14(4), 587-595. [More Information]
  • Gibson, R. (2010). The Known World. Text, 14(2 (Special Issue #8)), 1-11.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). Event-Grammar: The Language Notebooks of William Dawes. Meanjin, 68(2), 91-99.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). Extractive Realism. Australian Humanities Review, 47, 43-53.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). Forensics and Poetics: A context for ''Accident Music''. Law Text Culture, 13, 19-23.
  • Loo, S., Gibson, R. (2009). The Given (Interior) World. IDEA Journal, 2009 (Interior Territories), 72-83.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Ghosts of a Better Tomorrow: Looking Back on the Formalism of Late 1980s Film Workshop Productions. Continuum, 20(1), 61-69.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Palpable History. Cultural Studies Review, 14(1), 179-186.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Subtropical Rock. Meanjin, 65(3), 119-124.
  • Gibson, R. (2006). A Forest. A Clearing. Interactive Media, 2(2006), 1-13.
  • Gibson, R. (2006). Parabolic by Design. Meanjin, 65(2), 108-114.
  • Gibson, R. (2006). Places Past Disappearance. Transformations, 2006 (13), 1-6.
  • Gibson, R. (2006). The Rise of Digital Multimedia Systems. Cultural Studies Review, 12(1), 141-151.
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Changescapes. IDEA Journal, 2005, 195-206.

Conferences

  • Gibson, R. (2013). Dynamic Modelling and Dynamic Masking. Camouflage Cultures: surveillance, communities, aesthetics, animals, Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Keynote Speech (The Art of the Real: National Creative Non-Fiction Conference). The Art of the Real: National Creative Non-Fiction Conference, Newcastle, NSW, Australia: Hunter Writers' Centre.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). The Impression of Reality. Recovering Lives, Canberra: ANU Research School of Humanities.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Vision and Disintegration (Public Lecture). Visual Cultures and Colonialism: Indigeneity in Local and Transnational Imagery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Centre for Australian Indigenous Studies, Monash University.
  • Gibson, R. (2002). Keynote Speech (Smart Arts Symposium). Smart Arts Symposium, Sydney, Australia: University of Technology, Sydney.

Visual Art

  • Richards, K., Gibson, R., Seymour, A. (2013). Unhomely - Reynold's Cottage. In: Electronic Art at the Rocks Pop-up. 19th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA Sydney 2013). Reynolds Cottage, 28 Harrington Street, The Rocks, Sydney, Australia.
  • Gibson, R., Warner, C. (2011). 1. Protection. In: Waiting for Asylum: Figures from the archive. The University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Gibson, R., Richards, K. (2011). 1. Spirit patrol. In: An archival impulse. Plimsoll Gallery. Plimsoll Gallery, Tasmanian School of Art, Hobart, Australia.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). Tropical rock. In: Queensland Art 2009. Pestorius Sweeney House. Pestorius Sweeney House, Hamilton, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Conversations II. In: Biennale of Sydney 2008. Biennale of Sydney 2008. Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, Australia.
  • Laurence, J., Gibson, R., Ulman, J., Ulman, P. (2006). Birdsong. In: Birdsong. Object: Australian Centre for Craft and Design. Object Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
  • Gibson, R., Van Den Berg, J. (2004). Pacific Pearl: Conversation 1. In: Pacific Pearl: Conversation 1. The Cross Arts Projects. The Cross Arts Projects, 33 Roslyn Street Kings Cross, Sydney, Australia.

Textual Creative Works

  • Gibson, R. (2013). Aqueous Aesthetics: An Art History of Change, (pp. 9 - 46). Wellington, New Zealand: Victoria University of Wellington.
  • Gibson, R. (2013). Breathing Looking Thinking Acting. Humanities Australia, Number 4, (pp. 17 - 24). Canberra, Australia: The Australian Academy of the Humanities.
  • Gibson, R. (2013). Motility. Here art grows on trees: Simryn Gill, (pp. 259 - 267). Gent, Belgium: Australia council for the Arts.
  • Gibson, R. (2012). Blustertown. Cordite Poetry Review, Volume 38: Sydney, (pp. 1 - 14). Melbourne, Australia: Cordite Press Inc..
  • Gibson, R. (2012). Get Away. Return to Sender, (pp. 13 - 23). Brisbane, Australia: University of Queensland Art Museum.
  • Gibson, R. (2012). Sentencing. At Her Majesty's Pleasure 2010, (pp. 1 - 1). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Gibson, R. (2011). Back and forth: Examining a pair of artist books by Anne Graham and Allan Chawner. Art and Australia, 49 no 1, (pp. 56 - 56). Paddington, Sydney, Australia: Art and Australia Pty Ltd.
  • Gibson, R. (2011). No Sense of An Ending. Journeys: through history, theory and practice, (pp. 32 - 35). Hobart, Australia: University of Tasmania - Tasmanian School of Art.
  • Gibson, R. (2010). North on Trouble Road. Rivers Run, (pp. 6 - 11). Sydney, Australia: Cairns Regional Galllery.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). Accident Music. Law Text Culture, (pp. 13 - 18). Australia.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). The Given World. K2-02, (pp. 14 - 16). Adelaide, Australia: University of South Australia, Centre for Research in Education, Equity and Work.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). The Summer Exercises, (pp. 12 - 262). Perth, Australia: University of Western Australia Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Inside Outside. Mirror States, (pp. 32 - 33). Campbelltown, NSW, Australia: Campbelltown Arts Centre in association with Moving Image Centre Toi Rerehiko.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Remembering a Future for Landscape in Australia. Figuring Landscapes, (pp. 59 - 63). London, United Kingdom: Catherine Elwes, the International Centre for Fine Arts Research and Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London.
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Forecast-Inclement. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, (pp. 207 - 208). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Gibson, R. (2004). Debra Dawes clock wise, (pp. 2 - 2). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Gibson, R. (2004). Status: Dynamic. Architectural Review: Australia, Melbourne, Australia: Niche Media Pty Ltd.

Live Performance - Interarts

  • Gibson, R., Richards, K., Abrahams, C., Swanton, L., Buck, T. (2002). Life After Wartime (LAW) Live with the Necks.

Recorded / Rendered Performance

  • Gibson, R. (2010). Sansho the Bailiff, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman.
  • Gibson, R. (2010). Street of Shame, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). A Man Escaped. On A Man Escaped by Robert Bresson, DVD, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). Lancelot du Lac. On Lancelot du Lac: A film b Robert Bresson, DVD, Region 4 (PAL), Collingwood, Victoria, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). A Time To Love and a Time To Die, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). The American Soldier, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). In a Year with Thirteen Moons, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). The Third Generation, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Gibson, R. (2007). The Bad Sleep Well, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Gibson, R. (2007). Seven Samurai. On , Australia.
  • Gibson, R., Clough, B. (2003). Bad Roads/Back Roads. On Bad Roads, Radio, Australia: ABC Radio National Radio Eye.

Digital Creative Works

  • Richards, K., Gibson, R. (2003). Life After Wartime. CD-ROM, Sydney, Australia: Ross Gibson and Kate Richards.

Recorded / Rendered Interarts

  • Gibson, R., Richards, K. (2009). Bystander. Interactive cinematic installation, Justice & Police Museum. Sydney, Australia: Justice & Police Museum Sydney.
  • Gibson, R., Richards, K. (2007). Bystander. interactive, immersive cinematic environment, Performance Space at Carriageworks. Sydney, Australia: Performance Space. Curated by Ross Gibson and Kate Richards.
  • Del Favero, D., Gibson, R., Howard, I., Shaw, J. (2004). Conversations. Distributed Multi-User Virtual Environment, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney. Sydney, Australia: Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.
  • Gibson, R., Richards, K. (2004). Street X-Rays. multi video screen and sound, Australian Centre for the Moving Image. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Centre for the Moving Image. Curated by Mike Stubbs.

Web Site / Exhibition

  • Gibson, R. (2011). 61 - 91. Accident Music, Australia: Historic Houses Trust of NSW.

Exhibitions / Events

  • Gibson, R. (2012). Australia versus Korea Dance Battle 2012. Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia: School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne.
  • Gibson, R. (2012). TEDxParramatta: Beginning Becoming Beyond. Parramatta, Australia: Riverside Theatres, Parramatta.
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Debra Dawes: Everydaynow. Drill Hall Gallery, ANU, Canberra, Australia: ANU Drill Hall Gallery.
  • Gibson, R. (2004). Written with Darkness. UTS Gallery Level 4, 702 Harris Street, Ultimo, Sydney, Australia: UTS Art Collection.
  • Gibson, R. (2003). Remembrance + The Moving Image: Persistence of Vision. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
  • Gibson, R. (2003). Remembrance + The Moving Image: Reverberation. Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Australia: ACMI Australian Centre for the Moving Image.

ERA Specific Journals

  • Gibson, R. (2010), Intimacy. Cultural Studies Review, 16(1), 170-176.

Other

  • Saunders, A., Christov-Bakargiev, C., Gibson, R. (2008), Art After Hours Lobby Talk. Live discussion.

2014

  • Barikin, A., Papastergiadis, N., Yue, A., McQuire, S., Gibson, R., Gu, X. (2014). Translating Gesture in a Transnational Public Sphere. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 35(4), 349-365. [More Information]

2013

  • Gibson, R. (2013). Aqueous Aesthetics: An Art History of Change, (pp. 9 - 46). Wellington, New Zealand: Victoria University of Wellington.
  • Gibson, R. (2013). Breathing Looking Thinking Acting. Humanities Australia, Number 4, (pp. 17 - 24). Canberra, Australia: The Australian Academy of the Humanities.
  • Gibson, R., Kelly, C. (2013). Contemporary Art and the Noise of Tending. Interference: A Journal of Audio Culture, (3), 1-6.
  • Gibson, R. (2013). Dynamic Modelling and Dynamic Masking. Camouflage Cultures: surveillance, communities, aesthetics, animals, Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Papastergiadis, N., McQuire, S., Gu, X., Barikin, A., Gibson, R., Yue, A., Jung, S., Cmielewski, C., Roh, S., Jones, M. (2013). Mega Screens for Mega Cities. Theory, Culture and Society: explorations in critical social science, 30(7-8), 325-341. [More Information]
  • Gibson, R. (2013). Motility. Here art grows on trees: Simryn Gill, (pp. 259 - 267). Gent, Belgium: Australia council for the Arts.
  • Gibson, R. (2013). On the Senses and Semantic Excess in Photographic Evidence. Journal of Material Culture, 18(3), 243-257. [More Information]
  • Gibson, R. (2013). Politics and Policing: Post-war Reconstruction in Australia. In Tanya Dalziell, Paul Genoni (Eds.), Telling Stories: Australian Life and Literature 1935-2012, (pp. 91-98). Clayton, Australia: Monash University Publishing.
  • Gibson, R. (2013). The flood of associations. Memory Studies, 6(3), 245-252. [More Information]
  • Richards, K., Gibson, R., Seymour, A. (2013). Unhomely - Reynold's Cottage. In: Electronic Art at the Rocks Pop-up. 19th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA Sydney 2013). Reynolds Cottage, 28 Harrington Street, The Rocks, Sydney, Australia.

2012

  • Gibson, R. (2012). 26 Views of the Starburst World: William Dawes at Sydney Cove 1788-91. Crawley, Western Australia: UWA Publishing.
  • Gibson, R. (2012). Australia versus Korea Dance Battle 2012. Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia: School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne.
  • Gibson, R. (2012). Blustertown. Cordite Poetry Review, Volume 38: Sydney, (pp. 1 - 14). Melbourne, Australia: Cordite Press Inc..
  • Gibson, R. (2012). Complex Dynamic Disciplines. In Ian Donaldson and Mark Finnane (Eds.), Taking Stock: The Humanities in Australian Life Since 1968, (pp. 125-130). Crawley, WA, Australia: UWA Publishing.
  • Gibson, R. (2012). Get Away. Return to Sender, (pp. 13 - 23). Brisbane, Australia: University of Queensland Art Museum.
  • Gibson, R. (2012). Sentencing. At Her Majesty's Pleasure 2010, (pp. 1 - 1). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Gibson, R. (2012). TEDxParramatta: Beginning Becoming Beyond. Parramatta, Australia: Riverside Theatres, Parramatta.

2011

  • Gibson, R., Warner, C. (2011). 1. Protection. In: Waiting for Asylum: Figures from the archive. The University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Gibson, R., Richards, K. (2011). 1. Spirit patrol. In: An archival impulse. Plimsoll Gallery. Plimsoll Gallery, Tasmanian School of Art, Hobart, Australia.
  • Gibson, R. (2011). 61 - 91. Accident Music, Australia: Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
  • Gibson, R. (2011). Back and forth: Examining a pair of artist books by Anne Graham and Allan Chawner. Art and Australia, 49 no 1, (pp. 56 - 56). Paddington, Sydney, Australia: Art and Australia Pty Ltd.
  • Gibson, R. (2011). No Sense of An Ending. Journeys: through history, theory and practice, (pp. 32 - 35). Hobart, Australia: University of Tasmania - Tasmanian School of Art.
  • Gibson, R. (2011). Searching for a Place in the World: The Landscape of Ford's The Searchers. In Jeff Malpas (Eds.), The Place of Landscape: Concepts, Contexts, Studies, (pp. 245-256). Massachusetts: MIT Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2011). What the Eye Can Hear. Journal of Australian Studies, 35(2), 145-151. [More Information]

2010

  • Gibson, R. (2010). Sansho the Bailiff, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman.
  • Gibson, R. (2010). Street of Shame, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman.
  • Gibson, R. (2010). All Things Are In Contact. Rethinking History, 14(4), 587-595. [More Information]
  • Gibson, R. (2010). Carbon and Silicon. In Neumark, Norie; Gibson, Ross; van Leeuwen, Theo (Eds.), Voice: Vocal Aesthetics in Digital Arts and Media, (pp. 211-224). Cambridge: MIT Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2010), Intimacy. Cultural Studies Review, 16(1), 170-176.
  • Gibson, R. (2010). North on Trouble Road. Rivers Run, (pp. 6 - 11). Sydney, Australia: Cairns Regional Galllery.
  • Gibson, R. (2010). Patyegarang and William Dawes: the Space of Imagination. In Tracey Banivanua Mar and Penelope Edmonds (Eds.), Making Settler Colonial Space, (pp. 242-254). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Gibson, R. (2010). Pulse Country. In Lisa Byrne, Harriet Edquist and Laurene Vaughan (Eds.), Designing Place: An Archaeology of the Western District, (pp. 94-98). Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne Books.
  • Gibson, R. (2010). The Known World. Text, 14(2 (Special Issue #8)), 1-11.

2009

  • Gibson, R. (2009). A Man Escaped. On A Man Escaped by Robert Bresson, DVD, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). Accident Music. Law Text Culture, (pp. 13 - 18). Australia.
  • Gibson, R., Richards, K. (2009). Bystander. Interactive cinematic installation, Justice & Police Museum. Sydney, Australia: Justice & Police Museum Sydney.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). Event-Grammar: The Language Notebooks of William Dawes. Meanjin, 68(2), 91-99.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). Extractive Realism. Australian Humanities Review, 47, 43-53.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). Forensics and Poetics: A context for ''Accident Music''. Law Text Culture, 13, 19-23.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). Lancelot du Lac. On Lancelot du Lac: A film b Robert Bresson, DVD, Region 4 (PAL), Collingwood, Victoria, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Loo, S., Gibson, R. (2009). The Given (Interior) World. IDEA Journal, 2009 (Interior Territories), 72-83.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). The Given World. K2-02, (pp. 14 - 16). Adelaide, Australia: University of South Australia, Centre for Research in Education, Equity and Work.
  • Gibson, R. (2009). Tropical rock. In: Queensland Art 2009. Pestorius Sweeney House. Pestorius Sweeney House, Hamilton, Brisbane, Australia.

2008

  • Gibson, R. (2008). The Summer Exercises, (pp. 12 - 262). Perth, Australia: University of Western Australia Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). A Time To Love and a Time To Die, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). The American Soldier, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). In a Year with Thirteen Moons, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). The Third Generation, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Saunders, A., Christov-Bakargiev, C., Gibson, R. (2008), Art After Hours Lobby Talk. Live discussion.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Conversations II. In: Biennale of Sydney 2008. Biennale of Sydney 2008. Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, Australia.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Foreword in 'Screen Media Arts'. In Hart Cohen, Juan Francisco Salazar, Iqbal Barkat, Juan Salazar (Eds.), Screen Media Arts: An Introduction to Concepts and Practices, (pp. iii-iv). Sydney: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Ghosts of a Better Tomorrow: Looking Back on the Formalism of Late 1980s Film Workshop Productions. Continuum, 20(1), 61-69.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Inside Outside. Mirror States, (pp. 32 - 33). Campbelltown, NSW, Australia: Campbelltown Arts Centre in association with Moving Image Centre Toi Rerehiko.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Keynote Speech (The Art of the Real: National Creative Non-Fiction Conference). The Art of the Real: National Creative Non-Fiction Conference, Newcastle, NSW, Australia: Hunter Writers' Centre.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Palpable History. Cultural Studies Review, 14(1), 179-186.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Preface to 'Australian Post-War Documentary Film: An Arc of Mirrors'. In Deane Williams (Eds.), Australian Post-War Documentary Film: An Arc of Mirrors, (pp. 9-10). Chicago: Intellect.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Remembering a Future for Landscape in Australia. Figuring Landscapes, (pp. 59 - 63). London, United Kingdom: Catherine Elwes, the International Centre for Fine Arts Research and Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Subtropical Rock. Meanjin, 65(3), 119-124.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). The Imagining. In Emily McCulloch Childs, Ross Gibson (Eds.), New Beginnings: Classic Paintings from the Corrigan Collection of 21st Century Aboriginal Art, (pp. 12-16). Fitzroy, Australia: McCulloch & McCulloch.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). The Impression of Reality. Recovering Lives, Canberra: ANU Research School of Humanities.
  • Gibson, R. (2008). Vision and Disintegration (Public Lecture). Visual Cultures and Colonialism: Indigeneity in Local and Transnational Imagery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Centre for Australian Indigenous Studies, Monash University.

2007

  • Gibson, R. (2007). The Bad Sleep Well, DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman Entertainment.
  • Gibson, R. (2007). Aesthetic Politics: How Political Art Works Best. In Lynne Seear, Suhanya Raffel (Eds.), The 5th Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, (pp. 16-23). Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Queensland Art Gallery.
  • Gibson, R., Richards, K. (2007). Bystander. interactive, immersive cinematic environment, Performance Space at Carriageworks. Sydney, Australia: Performance Space. Curated by Ross Gibson and Kate Richards.
  • Gibson, R. (2007). Seven Samurai. On , Australia.

2006

  • Gibson, R. (2006). A Forest. A Clearing. Interactive Media, 2(2006), 1-13.
  • Laurence, J., Gibson, R., Ulman, J., Ulman, P. (2006). Birdsong. In: Birdsong. Object: Australian Centre for Craft and Design. Object Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
  • Richards, K., Gibson, R., Loke, L. (2006). Bystander - A Responsive, Immersive 'Spirit World' Environment for Multiple Users. In P Beesley, S Hirosue, J Ruxton, M Trankle, C Turner (Eds.), Responsive Architectures: Subtle Technologies 2006, (pp. 106-109). Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Riverside Architectural Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2006). Parabolic by Design. Meanjin, 65(2), 108-114.
  • Gibson, R. (2006). Places Past Disappearance. Transformations, 2006 (13), 1-6.
  • Gibson, R. (2006). Spirit House. In Chris Healy, Andrea Witcomb (Eds.), South Pacific Museums: Experiments in Culture, (pp. 23.1-23.6). Melbourne: Monash University ePress.
  • Gibson, R. (2006). The Rise of Digital Multimedia Systems. Cultural Studies Review, 12(1), 141-151.

2005

  • Gibson, R. (2005). Attunement and Agility. In S. McQuire & N. Papastergiadis (Eds.), Empires, Ruins + Networks, (pp. 269-277). Victoria: Melbourne University Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Changescapes. IDEA Journal, 2005, 195-206.
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Debra Dawes: Everydaynow. Drill Hall Gallery, ANU, Canberra, Australia: ANU Drill Hall Gallery.
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Exhibiting: Wonders of the world on show. In Graeme Davison, Kimberly Webber (Eds.), Yesterday's Tomorrows: The Powerhouse Museum and Its Precursors, 1880-2005, (pp. 54-67). Sydney: Powerhouse Publishing in association with UNSW Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Forecast-Inclement. Contemporary Visual Art + Culture: Broadsheet, (pp. 207 - 208). Adelaide, Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA).
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Thomas Watling: This Prison, This Language. In Rex Butler (Eds.), Radical revisionism : an anthology of writings on Australian art, (pp. 117-126). Brisbane: Institute of Modern Art.
  • Gibson, R. (2005). Uncommon Country. In Julian Raxworthy, Jessica Blood (Eds.), The Mesh Book: Landscape/Infrastructure, (pp. 254-256). Melbourne: RMIT Publishing.

2004

  • Gibson, R. (2004). Debra Dawes clock wise, (pp. 2 - 2). Sydney, Australia: Gallery Barry Keldoulis.
  • Del Favero, D., Gibson, R., Howard, I., Shaw, J. (2004). Conversations. Distributed Multi-User Virtual Environment, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney. Sydney, Australia: Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.
  • Gibson, R., Van Den Berg, J. (2004). Pacific Pearl: Conversation 1. In: Pacific Pearl: Conversation 1. The Cross Arts Projects. The Cross Arts Projects, 33 Roslyn Street Kings Cross, Sydney, Australia.
  • Gibson, R. (2004). Status: Dynamic. Architectural Review: Australia, Melbourne, Australia: Niche Media Pty Ltd.
  • Gibson, R., Richards, K. (2004). Street X-Rays. multi video screen and sound, Australian Centre for the Moving Image. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Centre for the Moving Image. Curated by Mike Stubbs.
  • Gibson, R. (2004). The Future of Art. In Jochen Gerz (Eds.), Anthology of Art [Anthologie Der Kunst], (pp. 163-186). Koln: DuMont.
  • Gibson, R. (2004). The Moving Image – Quickness. In Rod Wissler, Brad Haseman, Sue-Anne Wallace, Michael Keane (Eds.), Innovation in Australian Arts, Media and Design: Fresh Challenges for the Tertiary Sector, (pp. 65-72). Flaxton: Post Pressed.
  • Gibson, R. (2004). Written with Darkness. UTS Gallery Level 4, 702 Harris Street, Ultimo, Sydney, Australia: UTS Art Collection.

2003

  • Gibson, R., Clough, B. (2003). Bad Roads/Back Roads. On Bad Roads, Radio, Australia: ABC Radio National Radio Eye.
  • Richards, K., Gibson, R. (2003). Life After Wartime. CD-ROM, Sydney, Australia: Ross Gibson and Kate Richards.
  • Gibson, R. (2003). Remembrance + Realisation. In Ross Gibson (Eds.), Remembrance + The Moving Image, (pp. 1-9). Australia: Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
  • Gibson, R. (2003). Remembrance + The Moving Image. Australia: Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
  • Gibson, R. (2003). Remembrance + The Moving Image: Persistence of Vision. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
  • Gibson, R. (2003). Remembrance + The Moving Image: Reverberation. Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Australia: ACMI Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
  • Gibson, R. (2003). The Time Will Come When …. In Jeffrey Shaw, Peter Weibel (Eds.), Future Cinema: the cinematic imaginary after film, (pp. 570-571). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

2002

  • Gibson, R. (2002). Keynote Speech (Smart Arts Symposium). Smart Arts Symposium, Sydney, Australia: University of Technology, Sydney.
  • Gibson, R., Richards, K., Abrahams, C., Swanton, L., Buck, T. (2002). Life After Wartime (LAW) Live with the Necks.
  • Gibson, R. (2002). Seven Versions of an Australian Badland. Australia: University of Queensland Press.
  • Gibson, R. (2002). The Witness Engine. In Stuart Koop (Eds.), Value Added Goods: Essays on Contemporary Photography, Art and Ideas, (pp. 145-149). Australia: Centre For Contemporary Photography.

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