The Art, Culture and Technology (formerly Visual Arts) faculty is composed of an internationally renowned group of practicing artists. Areas of research include: urban and architectural interventions, anti-monuments and new instruments of collective memory, demarcations between public and private territories, design of body wear and nomadic devices, interfaces between visual art and landscape, performance and sound works, and the reflection of everyday life through surveillance, television and digital recording.
- the relationship of new digital media to performance
- performance and myth
- focusing on art, architecture and sound linked to feminist and sociopolitical discourses through curatorial work
- investigation of channels of information and the ways they may be used to censor central information or promulgate ideas
- the relationship between public and private space within social frameworks
- socially interactive and interdisciplinary practice exploring conflicts and contradictions posed by economic, social and political conditions
- history and memory in photography