Creative Ecologies Lab is an ecosystem of creative researchers, bringing together Macquarie University artist/scholars and our collaborators to question, to engage, to examine.
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Mr Wade Marynowsky
Creative Ecologies Lab
Wade Marynowsky is an inter-disciplinary artist and researcher who works across robotics, immersive and interactive installation, performance, music and video. His practice typically draws on technology and programmed structures to create works that straddle humour, high-camp and a host of unnerving thematic orientations to absorbing effect. Read more
Mr Guy Morrow
Creative Ecologies Lab
Guy Morrow is a lecturer who brokers artistic creativity through research-led teaching, as well as via music, design and innovation consulting. He founded a music business unit of study at Macquarie University and was also one of the two founding managers of ARIA number one band, Boy & Bear, and Pitchfork 'Best New Track' trio Movement. Read more
Dr Tom Murray
Tom Murray is a screen research academic within MMCCS. His research provides a forum for non-indigenous understanding of indigenous cultural and political perspectives. His research utilises visual anthropology-based research techniques to investigate historical and contemporary representations of 'otherness', particularly with respect to indigenous communities and individuals. Some of his recent research has also applied these techniques to non-indigenous urban Australian communities. Read more
Ms Undine Sellbach
Undine Sellbach's work brings together feminist science studies, cultural studies, philosophy, art, performance and creative writing, to ask how our ecological and technological entanglements come to matter in a shared world. She is currently editing The Edinburgh Companion to Animal Studies (with Lynn Turner and Ron Broglio) and writing a book on the Entomological Imagination (with Stephen Loo) for Palgrave's "Performance Philosophy" series. Read more
Ms Catherine Simpson
Since joining Macquarie University in 2002, Catherine Simpson has convened, designed and taught across 15 units from first year to Honours in the disciplines of media, gender, cultural studies, film studies, Australian studies, environmental media and, most recently, science communication. Catherine returned to MMCCS in 2013 from a 3-year stint in the Department of Environment & Geography (Science Faculty) where she piloted a science communication program with Tim Flannery.
Ms Helene Thomas
As an independent radio documentary producer Helene Thomas is interested in telling stories that appeal to our shared humanity. She has developed a practice that she calls culturally responsive journalism, based on her experience over the past six years telling stories in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda. Read more