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Researcher: Haddon, N (Dr Neil Haddon)

Fields of Research

Fine arts
Visual cultures
Art history, theory and criticism
History and theory of the built environment (excl. architecture)
Art theory

Research Objectives

The creative arts
Expanding knowledge in creative arts and writing studies
Organised sports

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'Grafted Landscape (West Hobart)' in the Glover Prize 2012
'Wear No. 4' in Theatre of the World
ABC TV Stateline
After the Burn, Mt Nelson (a new landscape emerges)
After you have gone: un-disciplined knowledge and new value/s, one year on; Australian Council of University Art & Design School Conference 2017
All that a heart
Analgesic Field (NW Tasmania), painting selected for the Wynne Prize 2011
Anecdotal Evidence in the Work of Neil Haddon; ACUADS 2010 Annual Conference
Arbour No.3 (Shack Head)
Broken: Solo exhibition at Dianne Tanzer Gallery, Melbourne
Counter Works
Critical practices: Integrating ideas and practice
Desabordamiento No.1 & Purblind No.1
Exotic Portrait in Seeing Double
Fleurieu Biennale
Glister No.1
Grafted Landscape (Southern Tasmania), painting selected for the Glover Prize 2011
Grafting Landscape (West Hobart)
Hackable Animals
Hadley's Art Prize 2018: Interview with Olivia Hicks
Hadley's Art Prize Finalists Announced
Hadley's Art Prize: Interview with Joel Rheinberger
Hadley’s Art Prize winner says art career is not easy: interview with Linda Smith
Migratory Aesthetics: Heterochrony as painting
More Minimal Conditions for Painting
New Work
New Works
Not Quite Cadmium Red, 1992
Now More Than Ever
Painting 1766 (Still), Painting 1738 (Trained) included in 'Group Action 7' at Criterion Gallery
Painting the Colonial Folly
Panel (Idol)
Patch no.1 & 3
Pitch 041
Portrait with Paperchains
Purblind (Guru)
Putting Out the Fire (with gasoline), Fascinator (three dresses), Lost (green), Lost (pink), Putting Out the Fire (with geometry), The Hunter (NH)
Scrape No. 1
Shred 091, Shredder (orange), Purblind Guru (pink) in Primed, New Painting in Tasmania
Signs - HWY 1 exhibition
Slip No.1 & Slip No.2
Stranded (seed)
Stranded: solo exhibition at MOP Gallery
Support - Running Scared & Reconstituted No. 1 (running Scared)
Survivor (Del Tynk Flynn Gyp)
Survivor (Graft)
Survivor - Erase Me
Tasmanian artist Neil Haddon chasing second Hadley’s Art Prize win: Interview with The Mercury
Tasmanian artist wins Hadley's Art Prize with War of the Worlds-inspired painting: interview with ABC Tasmania News
the black mirror, the basement, the hunter, the studio
The Glover Prize 2008
The Good Listener
The Promise of a Future: How visual artists present future scenarios especially with respect to a Tasmanian idyll; Unnatural Futures
The Shilo Project
The shore, the race, the other place
The shore, the race, the other place
The subtle edge of migration: a rocky shore
The War of the Worlds-inspired artwork that just took home a $100,000 prize: Interview with Eddie Ayres
Totenlieder (penguins), painting selected for the Arthur Guy Memorial Art Prize 2011
Untitled Haddon
Vestigial (40)
Vestigial (40), in Contemporary Encounters
We bring our own fires
We bring our own fires in ‘Remanence’
We can always go back: nostalgia and the poor image
We will bring our own views
Wear 04
Wear No.4
We’ll bring our own fruit

Research Projects

A Tasmanian Archive: Three Interpretations; Arts Tasmania (AT)
An Innovative Visual Questioning via Contemporary Art Methodologies Aligned with Portrait Painting of the Emotive Consequences of Leaving Tasmania in Pursuit of Vocational Success; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision

A Sensation of Place- An Investigation of Time and Space
Mapping Technological Causality- A Visual Exploration into Processes of Technological and Informational Overload
Observation, Distillation, Aggregation- Framing Aesthetic Encounters in the Atmospheric Milieu through Expanded Art Practice
Painting as ambiguous threshold- new ways of visualising the sublime
Skins and Shirts; Repression / Epiphany
What is the function of the abstracted gestural mark in contemporary art?