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Researcher: Ruffels, TD (Dr Troy Ruffels)

Fields of Research

Fine arts
Other creative arts and writing
Photography, video and lens-based practice
Visual arts
Social change
Sociology of education

Research Objectives

The creative arts
Equity and access to education
Organised sports

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

3 man show
A Precipitation in Time
Australia council grant
Bay of Fires Finalist Exhibition
Between Fire and Flood
Between Fire and Flood
Carbon Trading
Domain: a contested landscape
Don/Lillico; Tactics - Tasmanian regional magazine
Down to Earth
Excursive Site
Filtered Sky
Five Recent Works
Flood Studies 1-4: River Effects: the waterways of Tasmania
From the Leaf Series; Leonardo
Growth Change Influence
Holeman clinic - public art commission
Hood (CAST)
Imagining food: art, aesthetics and design
In changing light
In changing light
Intersections: UTAS (Inveresk) - Art Staff and Higher Degrees by Research student “pop up” show
It is not it that we see
Lake/Highland series
Land: Group Exhibition
Luminious worlds
Material Witnesses
Mirrored Worlds
My Favourite Film
Narg research grant
Navigating the internal landscape
New Art from Tasmania
Night air
Night Air, -41 24' 33' - Piomeda Art Gallery, LCG, Tasmania
Nought plus One
On My Street
On My Street
Painting - curated by Troy Ruffels and Sarah Ryan
Past and Present Tense: 20 Years of the Robinson Collection
Proof:A group exhibition of contemporary photography and digital printmaking
Reflection 1
Reflections; Photofile
Sampled reality
Sampled reality
Scope: Tools for Seeing
Silent Night
Slow Time
Something New Something Blue
Speed: mobility and exchange
Strange Trees
Subjective response to Place through convergent strategies in Digital Imaging and Print processes
The academy - art and design magazine-New staff profile
The Lake
The low sky
This Urban World
Tidal Art Award
Tidal: City of Devonport National Art Award
TR4 - Queenstown
Trees of Air 1-3, as part of SEEING DOUBLE, Plimsoll Gallery Hobart 2010
Troy Ruffels
Zero Horizon
Zero Horizon Video

Research Projects

The Convergent Potential of Digital Imaging Technology to Represent Contemporary Environmental Experience; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision

An Alternative Portrait- Beyond the Physical Form
Beneath the Patterned Veneer
Between the Lines- The Reading and Re-Imagination of Landscape as Text
Bitumen Networks and River Paths
Children in Distress
Combining Light, Focus and Movement to Create a Framework Enhanced by a Video-based Concept of Time
Interconnectedness with the Natural World- A Journey of Moments and Interactions
Lost in Landscape- Anxiety, Nostalgia and Trauma in Contemporary Australian Landscape Photography
Making and Living in a Post Industrial Landscape/Time-space
Memory and oblivion
Mysticism and Mythology- Embracing the Asian Malay Tradition
Paradox as Catalyst- Art, Ephemera, Installation, Activism, Festival and Environmental Critique
Shipbuilding as Romantic Abstraction
The Body- The Illusion of Perfection
The Memory of Water- Familiar and Strange
The Stillness Dancinf- An Investigation into Time and its Influence on the Visceral Perception of Reality
Traingulation in Performance- An Integration of Voice, Movement and Acting in Traditional and New Media Arts Performance
Trees as Farms- Painting the New Landscape
World Beyond the Horizon- Reconstructing the Complexity of the 'Normal' Experience