Associate Professor Brogan Bunt, Honorary Fellow, School of the Arts, English and Media, University of Wollongong, Australia.

Brogan is former Head of the School of The Arts, English and Media at the University of Wollongong.  He has a background in media and computational art. His current work involves aspects of writing, photography and lived action. He has produced the spatial-exploratory documentary Halfeti—Only Fish Shall Visit (2001), software projects such as Ice Time (2005), Um (2009) and Loom (2011) and more recently environmental work such as A Line Made By Walking and Assembling Bits and Pieces of the Bodywork of Illegally Dumped Cars Found at the Edge of Roads and Tracks in the Illawarra Escarpment (2013) and, in conjunction with fellow artists Lucas Ihlein and Kim Williams, the social practice based work, Walking Upstream: Waterways of the Illawarra (2015 & 2017-18).

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  1. ian haig says:

    hi Brogan,
    good to catch up in istanbul, thought I would send you a link to a rant/review of ISEA and Ars Electronica I did recently


    Also thought I would let you know the HOS of The School of Art at RMIT will not be continuing her position/contract past 2012…which I thought may be of interest to you. below is the email from our PVC


    Dear Colleagues,

    I wish to advise you that Professor Elizabeth Grierson has made a decision not to reapply for the position of Head of the School of Art when her contract finishes on the 14th of February 2012.

    The reason for her decision is that the Vice-Chancellor has offered her a project opportunity for 12 months for the 125th Anniversary celebration of RMIT which will use her research and writing skills to the full.

    In due course we will come together to formally thank Elizabeth but for now we need to get on with the completion of the academic year and the student end of year shows, continue preparations for 2012 and beyond, and, immediately commence the ‘search’ process for a new Head of School.

    Best wishes


    Professor Colin Fudge
    Pro Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President
    Design and Social Context
    RMIT University


    • brogan says:

      Thanks Ian. Loved the Scan article (you self-serving bastard!), but the points are well taken and really nicely put. Sorry, I didn’t even see your comment until today (23/11/2011), been very neglectful of this site since June. Must re-commit, must re-commit…I’ll chase up your email.

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