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Researcher: Ruffels, TD (Dr Troy Ruffels)

Fields of Research

Fine arts
Photography, video and lens-based practice
Other creative arts and writing
Social change
Visual arts
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
Shimmer, from Weathering Series 2021
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