Title

Neolife: Representing extinct life through 3D print: A contemporary arts practice re-invents a life of a Crangonyctoid cave shrimp

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

School

School of Arts and Humanities

Comments

Robinson, S. (2015). Neolife: Representing extinct life through 3D print: A contemporary arts practice re-invents a life of a Crangonyctoid cave shrimp. Paper presented at the Edith Cowan University Research Week 2015: The Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties: Understanding the Importance of Process for Practice-led Research, ECU, Mt Lawley, September 18, 2015. Program available here.

Abstract

The Contemporary Visual Arts Research (CVAR) group will illuminate the messy ‘swampy’ side of research, and the stages of awkwardness that a researcher often experiences when trying to understand new territory.

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