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Adam Brown

Adam Brown is lecturer in Photomedia in the School of Creative Arts at James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. His research includes an ongoing investigation into the politics of the representation of the built environment, and he has presented papers on this subject to conferences organised by the Design History Society and the Association of Art Historians in the UK. His paper critiquing the digital reimagining of a tropical Australian city was recently published in the online magazine Etropic (JCU, Cairns). He is currently researching for a Ph.D. concerning the integration of critical skills into the photographic workshop. A practicing artist, his creative output mainly takes the form of installation or interactive work, activating dissonances between architectural and social space.

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