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Biography

I have a long and evolving involvement in teaching, research and administration within the University of Newcastle (UoN). This commenced in 1989 when I was originally appointed Lecturer in Painting, Drawing & Art Education, on the Callaghan campus. I continued my sessional involvement at UoN from1992 until 1995 Lecturing (part-time), in Visual Arts and Art Education during which time I undertook an MFA at UNSW. I also taught painting part-time at COFA UNSW during 1994. In 1996 I was appointed full-time in a teaching and research function, jointly charged with the establishment of a new program in Fine Art on the Ourimbah Campus UoN. From 1996 until 2007 I was Lecturer in Fine Art & Course Co-ordinator 2D/3D studio areas, jointly responsible for the on-going development and maintenance of that BFA program. In 1999-98 and again in 2003 and 2007 I was appointed Program Convener Bachelor of Fine Art, Ourimbah Campus. While teaching at Ourimbah I concurrently contributed to RHD supervision over several years on the Callaghan campus. This intercampus involvement was recognised by the university via an adjunct lecturer appointment made concurrently in fine art within the School of Fine Art. In 2007 I relocated back into the Callaghan BFA program on a full-time basis where I have been on-going Course Co-ordinator in 2D studies. In addition to these teaching and administrative responsibilities, I successfully completed a PhD in Fine Art at UNSW within the prescribed time limit (2009) while at the same time working full-time as an academic. I was awarded an APA scholarship in 2000 for study in the PhD program and was also awarded an annual research grant in 2004, being the only fine art RHD award recipients in that year at the College of Fine Arts UNSW . My research achievements include innovative interdisciplinary research within the life sciences, as models for hybrid and transmedia art practices and research. This has been undertaken via collaborative art based research with scientists. It has entailed working within certified teaching and research laboratories within the life sciences as a new kind of artists studio. This has entailed numerous residencies in labs throughout Australia. These include, SymbioticA at The University of Western Australia (2001 & 2002). The Institute for Molecular Bioscience at The University of Queensland (IMB) (2008). The School of Chemistry & Molecular Biosciences at The University of Queensland (2010). The School of Environmental and Life Sciences at the University of Newcastle (2003-2010). To date I have been awarded eleven research project grants. My research is internationally recognised in numerous publications on the emergent genre of new media Biotech art. This includes being cited in the 2008 UoN Annual Research Report of noteworthy research, being the only full-time academic in the FEDUA in 2008 and also publication of my research images in the 2010 RHD Handbook UoN. My teaching philosophy is centred on student-centred learning and fostering experimental attitudes and individual approaches, through practice-based critical thinking. This means thinking through practice within a contemporary frame of theoretical reference. My research philosophy encompasses a practice-led model of creative inquiry, via the praxis of practice and theory. This also entails an engagement with transdisciplinary attitudes, materials and processes. My interests here include remediated/extended notions of painting, experimental drawing and installation as agencies of expression. I have delivered or had published eleven papers/essays on interdisciplinary Biotech art since 2001-2010. I also maintain an ongoing active internationally recognised practice, having exhibited in six international specifically invitational and curated exhibitions within USA & Europe and seven invitational-curated international exhibitions within Australia since 2002. I have overseen the successful completion of eight RHD students in Fine Art primarily as co-supervisor. I was a founding member of the ArtsHealth Research Practice Centre UoN (2006).

Qualifications

  • PhD, 01/12/2009
  • Master of Fine Art, University of New South Wales
  • Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art), South Australian College of Advanced Education
  • Bachelor of Education, Sturt College of Advanced Education
  • Diploma of Teaching, Sturt College of Advanced Education

Research

Research keywords

  • Art and Science
  • Biotech art
  • Genetic art
  • Interdisciplinary art practices
  • Remediated /extended painting

Research expertise

Practice-led critical research centered on transdisciplinary models.

1. Specifically, interpreting the use of contemporary genetic recombinant DNA technology models to develop new art based on recombinant processes and new transgenic art media .

2.Investigation into a new in between state at a molecular level, a proto-animated condition using inanimate recombinant non-coding DNA as the agency for expression. This includes intron DNA and non -coding RNAs as materials and models for art.

3. Considering art based interpretations of inanimate recombinant non-coding DNA and RNA as new biologically compatible semi-ready mades.

4. New visualisations /cultural representations of identity using gmo drawing media and installation.

4.Contemporary notions of extended field or remediated painting.

Fields of Research

CodeDescriptionPercentage
190599Visual Arts And Crafts Not Elsewhere Classified100

Memberships

Body relevant to professional practice.

  • Australian Network for Art and Technology
  • National Asssociation for the Visual Arts

Awards

Distinction.

1989Acquisition
Natinal Gallery of Australia (Australia)
Acquisition for permanent collection
1989Acquisition
University of Newcastle (Australia)
Acquisition for permanent collection
1988Highly Commended - 1988 Alice Prize
Alice Springs Art Foundation (Australia)
works on paper acquisition
1988Acquisition
Artbank (Australia)
Acquisition for permanent collection
1987Winner 1st Prize Whyalla Art Prize,
Arts Council of South Australia (Australia)
Painting award and acquisition for permanent collection
1987Aquistion
Art Gallery of South Australia (Australia)
Acquisition for permanent collection
1986Acquisition
University of South Australia Art Museum (Australia)
Acquisition for permanent collection

Other

2010Travel grant
SDFAM (Australia)
Conference paper presentation travel grant ACUADS 2010
2009Travel Grant
Experimental Art Foundation (Australia)
Present research in exhibition and deliver research paper at symposium
2004travel grant
Experimental Art Foundation (Australia)
Participate in exhibition
2001ERC Research Grant
UoN (Australia)
Early career researcher project
2000 APA scholarship PhD program in Fine Art, UNSW
UNSW (Australia)
For a program of study PhD

Recognition.

2009SOHR&RTC Project Grant
UoN (Australia)
Research project
2008DFA&M IGS Grant
UoN (Australia)
Research project
2006FEDA Seeding Grant
UoN (Australia)
Research investigation
2005SOHR&RTC Project Assistance Grant
UoN (Australia)
Research project
2004Project Research Grant
UNSW (Australia)
Research project
2003RMC Travel Grant
UoN (Australia)
Attend research conference exhibition
2003SOHRC Conference Grant
UoN (Australia)
Attend conference to present research
2002Faculty RHD Student Research Grant
UNSW (Australia)
Recognition of excellence in research
2002RMC Travel Grant
UoN (Australia)
Present research at exhibition/conference
2002RGC Special Purposes Grant
UoN (Australia)
Develop research proposal residency
2002Faculty Research Grant
UoN (Australia)
Research project
2001RMC travel Grant
UoN (Australia)
Research project
2001FCC Project Initiation Grant
UoN (Australia)
Project feasibility study
1998New Developments Joint Grant CCC
UoN (Australia)
New project development
1997RMC Research Grant
UoN (Australia)
Research project development
1997Sculpture of the month
Maitland Region Gallery (Australia)
December sculpture of the month
1990Research Grant
South Australian Department for the Arts (Australia)
Project development
1988Project grant
South Australian Department for the Arts (Australia)
Project development
1986Project grant
South Australian Department for the Arts (Australia)
Project development

Research Grant

2010Research support
HRI (Australia)
Undertake collaborative transdisciplnary project with UQ researcher

Travel funding

2010SymbioticA
UWA (Australia)
Travel funding to attend and publish work in SymbioticA UWA 10th Anniversary exhibition on Biotech art at the Science Gallery Dublin Ireland

Collaboration

A creative inquiry into the use of contemporary developments and knowledge in genetic science and applied genetic technologies as interdisciplinary models for new art practices, processes and materiality.

The development of specifically practice-led critical practices based on these and other interdisciplinary models.

The investigation of practice as research in theoretical discourses development.

Administrative

Administrative expertise

Bachelor of Fine Art Program Convenor

BFA Hons Course Co-ordinator

Course Co-ordinator Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Interdisciplinary Practices & Professional Practices

Teaching

Teaching keywords

  • Drawing
  • Installation
  • Interdisciplinary Art Practices
  • Painting

Teaching expertise

Painting encompassing old and new technology media and processes.

Drawing encompassing old and new technology and experimental media processes.

Installation art using living, inanimate and semi animated materials and processes.

Interdisciplinary and hybrid media art practices

BFA Hons supervisor

MPhil supervisor Fine Art

PhD supervisor Fine art

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Highlighted Publications

For publications that are currently unpublished or in-press, details are shown in italics.

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2008Brodyk A, proto-animate04, South Port, QLD Australia (2008) [J1]
2008Brodyk A, 'Non code code', Art in the Biotech Era, Experimental Art Foundation Inc., Adelaide, SA 76-86 (2008) [B2]
2008Brodyk A, Cameo 0031, Cameo 0036 and Cameo 0048 exhibited at 'The Multispecies Salon BioArt', PLAySpace Gallery, San Francisco, CA (2008) [J2]
2008Brodyk A, Proto-animate04 exhibited at Stendhal's Syndrome, Art & Medical Technology, George Petelin Gallery, Southport, QLD (2008) [J2]
2003Brodyk A, 488nm, Sydney College of the Arts Gallery, Sydney (2003) [J2]
2004Brodyk A, Glo? k gene, Experimental Art Foundation Adelaide, Adelaide (2004) [J2]

This work is a multimedia installation combining genetically modified biological materials with inorganic forms. The work is situated within contemporary discourse concerning the emergent form known as Biotech art. This new genre adapts and uses biotechnology as new art methods and materials. These new representations are characterised by their distinctive hybrid and interdisciplinary nature and transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries. The work involves genetic manipulations and is created in a molecular biology laboratory. Given the experimental nature of this work and the relative infancy of the genre of Biotech art, this is new research that explores the manipulation of biological science in an aesthetic and philosophical framework and adapts actual biotechnology protocols to create works of art. These art adaptations of biotechnology models both critique creativity and the nature of bioscience. The work was invited for inclusion in the curated international exhibition Art of the Biotech Era in the Biennale Festival of Arts in Adelaide (2004). It resulted in a chapter contribution to the monograph Art in the Biotech Era published by the Experimental Art Foundation (2008).

2003Brodyk A, Xeno_Biotic Art, The Linkage to Life Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne (2003) [J2]

The work is situated within the contemporary discourse concerning the emergent art form known as Biotech art. This new genre adapts and uses biotechnology as new art methods and materials. These new representations are characterised by their distinctive hybrid and interdisciplinary nature and transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries. The context for this work was a show case of new art specifically based on research into life science and technology models. Its contribution to art was by its extension outside of that domain to within an important international scientific context - the renowned X1X International Congress of Genetics, Melbourne 2003 with around three thousand scientists and one official artist delegate. The work was an extension of creative knowledge through showcasing the discovery of innovative interdisciplinary and performative biotechnology art-based practices. The work was produced in response to an invitation from the Conference Chair, Dr Philip Batterham. It was the only official congress presentation made by an artist amongst a cohort of three thousand science delegates in 2003.

2012Brodyk A, Loveday T, Lowry SC, Shorter M, Titmarsh M, Re-extended Painting, Chippendale, NSW (2012) [J1]

Co-authors: Sean Lowry

Publications

For publications that are currently unpublished or in-press, details are shown in italics.

Click on a category title below to expand the list of citations for that specific category.

Chapter (1 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2008Brodyk A, 'Non code code', Art in the Biotech Era, Experimental Art Foundation Inc., Adelaide, SA 76-86 (2008) [B2]

Journal article (2 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2005Brodyk A, 'Andr Brodyk & Biotech art', Datum Contemporary Arts and Research QUT Brisbane, (2005) [C2]
2001Brodyk A, 'Genomic Art & Culture', 5th International Congress of Symmetry Intersections of Art and Science, 2 (2001) [C1]

Conference (9 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2012Brodyk A, 'Transposon painting', Second International Transdiciplinary Imaging at the Intersection between Art, Science and Culture Conference. Abstract Book, Melbourne, Vic (2012) [E3]
2012Brodyk A, 'GUAG (Non-code)', Code Conference Abstracts 2012, Melbourne, Australia (2012) [E3]
2012Brodyk A, 'Genetically modified painting', together apart. Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference 2012, Sydney, NSW (2012) [E3]
2011Brodyk A, ''Aitiai' concerning genetic art', Papers. 17th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2011), Istanbul, Turkey (2011) [E1]
2011Brodyk A, 'Experimentation as attitude & idea of the lab', Abstracts. NIEA National Institute for Experimental Arts Conference, Kensington, NSW (2011) [E3]
2006Brodyk A, 'Andre Brodyk Experimental Transgenic Drawing', Poster Andre Brodyk GMO Drawing, Conservatorium of Music, University of Newcastle (2006) [E3]
2002Brodyk A, 'Recombinant Aesthetics(Adventures in Paradise)', Biennale of Electronic Art Perth The Aesthetics of Care?, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (2002) [E1]
2002Brodyk A, 'Genesthetics: Extra Biological Art Media', Towards Humane Technologies: Biotechnologies, New Media and Citizenship, University of Queensland Ipswitch Campus (2002) [E1]
2001Brodyk A, 'Genetic Art & Culture', Australian Institute of Health Law and Ethics 6THAnnual AIHLE conference Science Technology and Culture, Melbourne (2001) [E2]
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Creative Work (26 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2013Brodyk A, proto-animate 20TP, Powerhouse Museum (2013) [J1]
2013Brodyk A, The Transposon, MOP Gallery (2013) [J1]
2013Brodyk A, proto-animate 20TP, University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA (2013) [J2]
2012Brodyk A, Loveday T, Lowry SC, Shorter M, Titmarsh M, Re-extended Painting, Chippendale, NSW (2012) [J1]

Co-authors: Sean Lowry

2012Brodyk A, Guag, Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn, VIC (2012) [J2]
2012Brodyk A, Lowry SC, Loveday T, Shorter M, Titmarsh M, Re-extended Painting, MOP Projects, Chippendale, NSW (2012) [J2]

Co-authors: Sean Lowry

2011Brodyk A, Proto-animate 20 (2011) [J1]
2011Brodyk A, jdoe (Alzheimers' portraits series), City University of New York (2011) [J1]
2008Brodyk A, proto-animate04, South Port, QLD Australia (2008) [J1]
2008Brodyk A, Proto-animate04 exhibited at Stendhal's Syndrome, Art & Medical Technology, George Petelin Gallery, Southport, QLD (2008) [J2]
2008Brodyk A, Cameo 0031, Cameo 0036 and Cameo 0048 exhibited at 'The Multispecies Salon BioArt', PLAySpace Gallery, San Francisco, CA (2008) [J2]
2006Brodyk A, Unlimited 3445b part of exhibition Shelf-Life, Delmar Gallery, Sydney (2006) [J2]
2006Brodyk A, Unlimited 3445a part of exhibition Shelf-Life, Delmar Gallery, Sydney (2006) [J2]
2006Brodyk A, augmentation hg part of Verve exhibition, School of Drama, Fine Art & Music, University of Newcastle, Newcastle (2006) [J2]
2006Brodyk A, Home Page Gmo drawing ArtsHealth: Research & Practice Centre, Faculty of Education & Arts, University of Newcastle, Newcastle (2006) [J2]
2006Brodyk A, Unlimited 3445c part of exhibition Shelf-Life, Delmar Gallery, Sydney (2006) [J2]
2006Brodyk A, augmentation hd part of Verve exhibition, School of Drama, Fine Art & Music, University of Newcastle, Newcastle (2006) [J2]
2006Brodyk A, augmentation hp part of Verve exhibition, School of Drama, Fine Art & Music, University of Newcastle, Newcastle (2006) [J2]
2005Brodyk A, Prototype 19 host, Brisbane (Fortitude Valley) Q'ld (2005) [J1]
2005Brodyk A, Pedestrian, Delmar Gallery, Sydney (2005) [J2]
2004Brodyk A, Glo? k gene, Experimental Art Foundation Adelaide, Adelaide (2004) [J2]

This work is a multimedia installation combining genetically modified biological materials with inorganic forms. The work is situated within contemporary discourse concerning the emergent form known as Biotech art. This new genre adapts and uses biotechnology as new art methods and materials. These new representations are characterised by their distinctive hybrid and interdisciplinary nature and transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries. The work involves genetic manipulations and is created in a molecular biology laboratory. Given the experimental nature of this work and the relative infancy of the genre of Biotech art, this is new research that explores the manipulation of biological science in an aesthetic and philosophical framework and adapts actual biotechnology protocols to create works of art. These art adaptations of biotechnology models both critique creativity and the nature of bioscience. The work was invited for inclusion in the curated international exhibition Art of the Biotech Era in the Biennale Festival of Arts in Adelaide (2004). It resulted in a chapter contribution to the monograph Art in the Biotech Era published by the Experimental Art Foundation (2008).

2003Brodyk A, 488nm, Sydney College of the Arts Gallery, Sydney (2003) [J2]
2003Brodyk A, Xeno_Biotic Art, The Linkage to Life Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne (2003) [J2]

The work is situated within the contemporary discourse concerning the emergent art form known as Biotech art. This new genre adapts and uses biotechnology as new art methods and materials. These new representations are characterised by their distinctive hybrid and interdisciplinary nature and transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries. The context for this work was a show case of new art specifically based on research into life science and technology models. Its contribution to art was by its extension outside of that domain to within an important international scientific context - the renowned X1X International Congress of Genetics, Melbourne 2003 with around three thousand scientists and one official artist delegate. The work was an extension of creative knowledge through showcasing the discovery of innovative interdisciplinary and performative biotechnology art-based practices. The work was produced in response to an invitation from the Conference Chair, Dr Philip Batterham. It was the only official congress presentation made by an artist amongst a cohort of three thousand science delegates in 2003.

2003Brodyk A, X_T XenoBiotic_Art, -, Melbourne, VIC (2003) [J2]
2002Brodyk A, Exhumed, Exit Art Gallery, New York (2002) [J2]
2002Brodyk A, DNArt, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Perth WA (2002) [J2]
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Grants and Funding

Summary

Number of grants14
Total funding$34,583

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2014 (1 grants)

Twelfth International New Directions in the Humanities, Universidad CEU San Pablo Madrid, Spain, 11-13 June 2014$2,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Education and Arts

Project Team
Doctor Andre Brodyk
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$2,00020142014
GNo:G1400401

2012 (1 grants)

VCA Uni Melb 22-23 June 2012$450
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Andre Brodyk
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$45020122012
GNo:G1200704

2011 (1 grants)

ISEA 2011 Istanbul, Sabanci University, 14 - 21 September 2011$1,500
Funding Body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Education and Arts

Project Team
Doctor Andre Brodyk
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$1,50020112011
GNo:G1100842

2006 (1 grants)

pPassport$7,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

SchemeRole
ProjectChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$7,00020062007
GNo:12549717

2005 (1 grants)

Host $500
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$50020052005
GNo:18079122

2004 (2 grants)

Glock Gene $1,500
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

SchemeRole
ProjectChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$1,50020042004
GNo:18079362

Art of The Biotech Era $300
Funding Body: Experimental Art Foundation

SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$30020042004
GNo:18079196

2003 (2 grants)

XIX International Congress of Genetics Genomes - The Linkages of Life, Melbourne, Victoria 6-11 July, 2003.$1,020
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Andre Brodyk
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$1,02020032003
GNo:G0183074

Xenobiotic__art $0
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

SchemeRole
ProjectChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$020032003
GNo:18079681

2002 (2 grants)

Recombinant Aesthetics: Bio art Interpretations$5,500
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Andre Brodyk
SchemeRole
Special Project GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$5,50020022002
GNo:G0182224

The Aesthetics of Care, Perth, 5 August 2002$512
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Andre Brodyk
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$51220022002
GNo:G0181934

2001 (2 grants)

Imagineering: Image engineering, morphing image constructions$5,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Andre Brodyk
SchemeRole
Early Career Researcher GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$5,00020012001
GNo:G0180947

Science Technology & Culture, Melbourne 28 June - 1 July 2001$301
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Andre Brodyk
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$30120012001
GNo:G0181478

1997 (1 grants)

Art/Science Interface$9,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Andre Brodyk
SchemeRole
New Staff GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$9,00019971997
GNo:G0177663
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Research Supervision

Number of current supervisions7
Total current UoN Masters EFTSL1
Total current UoN PhD EFTSL1.5

For supervisions undertaken at an institution other that the University of Newcastle, the institution name is listed below the program name.

Current Supervision

CommencedProposed
Completion
ProgramSupervisor TypeResearch Title
20142016M Philosophy (Fine Art)Principal SupervisorArt in Transit
20122015M Philosophy (Fine Art)Sole Supervisor'Hapticivism' an Artistic Imperative
20112014PhD (Fine Art)Principal SupervisorThe Shock of Shape; Embodied Responses to Shaped and Non-Rectilinear Painting
20102010Honours Fine Arts
University of Newcastle
Sole SupervisorShadows of Reciprocity
20102010Honours Fine Arts
University of Newcastle
Sole SupervisorLandscape and Memory
20082012PhD (Fine Art)Principal SupervisorMaterial Poetry: an Investigation of Materiality in Contemporary Sculpture
20042007Honours Fine Arts
University of Newcastle
Co-SupervisorThe Art of Memory

Past Supervision

YearProgramSupervisor TypeResearch Title
2013PhD (Fine Art)Co-SupervisorBetween the Interior and the Exterior, Between the Finite and the Infinite
2013PhD (Fine Art)Principal SupervisorThe Stutter of Recognition: Re-Visioning the Baroque in Contemporary Painting
2012M Philosophy (Fine Art)Co-SupervisorConnections to the Earth
2010PhD (Fine Art)Co-SupervisorNomad Strategies; Artists, Travel and Personal Transformation
2009M Fine Art [R]Co-SupervisorTerra Incognita: The Sublime, The Uncanny and Nostalgia in Painting the Landscape Australian
2007PHD Fine Arts
University of Newcastle
Co-SupervisorGreg Shackelton in Baliboa and the archeology of the modernist picture frame
2006Honours Fine Arts
University of Newcastle
Co-SupervisorFlashback/Backlash Art and the Image in Abortion Politics
2003Honours Fine Arts
University of Newcastle
Co-SupervisorFragmented Portraits Mother and Memory
1950Honours Fine Arts
University of Newcastle
Principal SupervisorPainting: Calamitous landscape
1950Honours Fine Arts
University of Newcastle
Co-SupervisorAbscence of presence
1950Honours Fine Arts
University of Newcastle
Co-SupervisorProphetic Art
1950PHD Fine Arts
University of Newcastle
Co-SupervisorContemporaray Art Practice in the Designed Urban Public Space
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Dr Andre Brodyk

Work Phone(02) 4921 6110
Email
PositionLecturer
School of Creative Arts
Faculty of Education and Arts
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Focus AreaFine Art
Office
AT 27,
AT Building,
Callaghan
University Drive
Callaghan NSW 2308
Australia
URL:www.newcastle.edu.au/profile/andre-brodyk