Art Taipei 2010
World Trade Centre, Taipei, Taiwan, 20th – 24th August, 2010

Embracelet was exhibited as part of ELA-VIDEO; an exhibition of Australian new media art produced by curator Antoanetta Ivanova, Novamedia................ more information

Thinking through the body
DAB LAB, University of Technology Sydney, 10th – 26th March, 2010

Wii Leaf was exhibited at the DAB LAB research gallery, UTS, Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building. Wii Leaf is an interactive art work developed during the Thinking Through the Body art lab in 2008-2009. more information

Super Human: Revolution of the Species
Presented by ANAT in association with RMIT Gallery, 5th November – 5th December, 2009

Embracelet and Elements were showcased as part of the Super Human exhibition. Super Human: Revolution of the Species turned the spotlight on collaborations between artists and scientists and the impact these investigations have on what it means to be human, now and into the future. Focusing on Cognition & Neurology (Mind), Augmentation & Biological Manipulation (Body) and Nanoscale Interventions (the Soul, the ‘not visible’), the exhibition exposed our aspirations and fears about our bodies and their extraordinary functions. more information

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Singapore, 25th July – 3rd August, 2008.
Presentation of conference paper Elements: art and play in a multi-modal interactive workspace for movement rehabilitation. This paper describes the development of a Virtual Reality environment to assist in the upper-limb rehabilitation of patients with traumatic brain injury. more information


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Design Ex
Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, 10th – 12th April, 2008.
Video screening of Interlayer: interactive architecture using liquid crystal film. The video displays concept designs as part of the iGlass Pty Ltd exhibition booth #1705. more information


Screen Physical
Fullscreen 07: Explorations in Digital Media
The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 29th July, 2007

Fullscreen07: explorations in digital media, is a diverse program of artists, performances and screenings from the cutting edge of digital art. Jonathan Duckworth presents the inspirations and motivations behind recent virtual reality art works that explore physical aspects of human-computer interaction and the materiality of the screen. more information


Weaving with Light: Using Advanced Technology for Social Enterprise
Melbourne, 19th April, 2007

A presentation of wearable technology designs prototyped at the ANAT reSkin workshop by artists Jonathan Duckworth, Elliat Rich, Leah Heiss and Andrea Fisher. The Symposium discussed the emerging use of technologies including nanotechnologies for socially disadvantaged groups. more information


reSkin, ANAT’s Wearable Technology Lab
15th January – 3rd February, Canberra, 2007
Jonathan Duckworth is selected as one of 20 artists to develop and prototype wearable technology during a three week intensive workshop at the Australian National University School of Art. The workshop concluded with a preview of work at the ANU art gallery, and WearNow Symposium held at the National Museum of Australia. more information

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