Category Archives: STUDIO STATEMENTS

STUDIO DIRECTOR // TARSHA FINNEY

From UTS’s own $1billion Master plan development of which Gehry’s Chau Chak building is one of ten new projects to the $2Billion Frasers property development on Broadway and the more recently announced redevelopment of SICEEP and Darling Harbour, the city

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STUDIO DIRECTOR // TARSHA FINNEY

From UTS’s own $1billion Master plan development of which Gehry’s Chau Chak building is one of ten new projects to the $2Billion Frasers property development on Broadway and the more recently announced redevelopment of SICEEP and Darling Harbour, the city

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DAVID NEUSTEIN: TACTICAL PLAY: GUERILLA/GORILLA TACTICS

There is a collective desire amongst the stakeholders who lay claim to the future Ultimo Pedestrian Network. While UTS, TAFE, the ABC, the Powerhouse Museum and the Haymarket Chamber of Commerce have various institutional agendas, they have all expressed an

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DAVID NEUSTEIN: TACTICAL PLAY: GUERILLA/GORILLA TACTICS

There is a collective desire amongst the stakeholders who lay claim to the future Ultimo Pedestrian Network. While UTS, TAFE, the ABC, the Powerhouse Museum and the Haymarket Chamber of Commerce have various institutional agendas, they have all expressed an

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BILLY FEUERMAN: INSIDE/OUT

We have been focusing on the question: What new interior spatial relationships can be made between key stakeholder’s buildings and new spaces within the quarter? We have been looking at the Ultimo Pedestrian Network (UPN) less as a spine and

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BILLY FEUERMAN: INSIDE/OUT

We have been focusing on the question: What new interior spatial relationships can be made between key stakeholder’s buildings and new spaces within the quarter? We have been looking at the Ultimo Pedestrian Network (UPN) less as a spine and

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MATT CHAN: NEW SPACES IN NON-PLACES

The goal is ‘to create works that articulate public spaces, allowing some form of self-expression in areas of the city that people see every day but normally exclude and ignore’ Working mainly in collage and models, we are investigating the

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MATT CHAN: NEW SPACES IN NON-PLACES

The goal is ‘to create works that articulate public spaces, allowing some form of self-expression in areas of the city that people see every day but normally exclude and ignore’ Working mainly in collage and models, we are investigating the

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RICHARD GOODWIN: MOUTH AND ANUS

1:1 Modelling or mapping of the zone. By this I mean a series of “derives or explorations with their bodies which question the territory and all its real or imagined boundaries. To examine the architectural information and lectures etc that

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RICHARD GOODWIN: MOUTH AND ANUS

1:1 Modelling or mapping of the zone. By this I mean a series of “derives or explorations with their bodies which question the territory and all its real or imagined boundaries. To examine the architectural information and lectures etc that

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CONTRIBUTOR // MARISA YIU

Marisa Yiu has been researching issues relating to the cultural landscape of Hong Kong since 2000. Her essay ‘Image Construction: Hong Kong since 1967-8’ published in LOG Journal examined Hong Kong’s relationship to the Pearl River Delta and global networks.

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CONTRIBUTOR // MARISA YIU

Marisa Yiu has been researching issues relating to the cultural landscape of Hong Kong since 2000. Her essay ‘Image Construction: Hong Kong since 1967-8’ published in LOG Journal examined Hong Kong’s relationship to the Pearl River Delta and global networks.

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