2003 Goldfields Art Centre

In 2003 I approached the Goldfields Arts Centre in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia regarding a possible venue for an installation work using the Project 44 concept. The application was successful but the installation did not proceed due to financial difficulties.

Download the Goldfields Art Centre reply letter [ PDF ]

Body In Another Light

Warning: This photography collection contains nudity, imagery or ideas ideas that may offend. By clicking on the title of this collection you will come in contact with this material. If you are offended by such material or that it is illegal for you to view this material in you current geographical location please do NOT visit this collection archive.

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Skaters

My two Sons and my Daughter love the Woden Skate Park in Woden ACT Australia. I decided one day that rather than just sit and watch them go round and round in circles I'd get the iPhone 6S out and have a snap at the tricks and amazing "air" that these kids get in this great free community facility.

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Most Of Me

in May 2014 I began taking "selfies" using my cell phone and committed to myself that I would take them through a particularly hard time in my journey. Over that period, from May 2014 through to May 2015 I took in total 11,000 selfies. Out of all of those images I chose 25 image which best represent my emotional range during that period - from deep grief and sadness, through to happiness and freedom.

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Coven As We Keep

This body of photography was predominantly shot using my Iphone 6 whilst I travelled through the south west regional coast towns of NSW , then across through to the Dandenong Ranges of Victoria Australia visiting friends during the heart of winter and then a few more photos here in Canberra, Australia. During this time I was deeply affected by my time spent with my middle Daughter Amelia Manon, my early days connection with Magali McDuffie, my partner and was in the process of resigning from the Serving Our Country project at the Australia National University.

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Twixt States

From mid 2014 through to mid 2015 I took a series of photographs of the lake around Canberra, Australia. I was living in Kingston at the time and was running regularly around the lake "processing" the change in my life at the time.

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Ceremony

In March 2015 shortly after meeting Magali with Manon as well we were "married" by Manon in a beautiful pagan wedding complete with willow garlands, swan, church bells and beautiful sunsets. A hellish six months followed.

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Raw Grandeur

raw-grandeur

About

In February 2015 I was contacted by Sarina del Fuego from RAW to showcase on the 13th March at the Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra, ACT. 

This is the first collaborative exhibition I have exhibited in since 2003.

It would be wonderful if you could support me by purchasing a ticket - $16.50 AUD

That ticket sale ensures we have the venue covered and allows the artists (me) to sell work without a commission. It is a model of getting events happening that make Artist's responsible for their own marketing and bringing their network into awareness of their work. I fully support this model and ask you to support me by purchasing a ticket and seeing my work and the work of other emergent and experienced artists in Caanberra.


My Mission

My mission is to sell at least one artwork and reimburse everyone's ticket in full.


Purchase A Ticket

The direct ticket purchase link is  http://www.rawartists.org/canberra/grandeur/?artist=267183

Thank you! I look very much forward to seeing you at this event.


Details

7:30 PM start

Belconnen Arts Centre

118 Emu Bank, Belconnen

ACT, Australia


Dress Code

Smart casual through to cocktail outrageous.




Further Information

Please call me direct on +61 427996984

Libre Detre

In May 2014 I decided to explore the full physicality of myself in a "breakout" from what I felt I'd restrained myself to be at the time. This portfolio of images shows my exploration at that that time. 

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Keeping An Eye On Google Keeping It's Eye On Us

Author

Angie Angel

Abstract

A short article that was published in the Bungendore Mirror newspaper regarding my research endeavours and some facts and figures regarding where things are up to with Google Glass.

Publisher

Bungendore Mirror

Publication Date

15 January, 2014

Week

3

Page

3

Section

District News

Links

Bungendore Mirror - http://www.bungendoremirror.com.au

Archive.org - Download PDF

ISSU - http://issuu.com/bungendoremirror/docs/bm1403/1?e=3265235/6349486

UAS Forum Flinders University

DETAILS

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), widely referred to as drones, are becoming increasingly relevant in civilian as well as military applications. UAS have been used by emergency services to help respond to and map environmental crises, to find missing people, to fight fires, and respond to traffic accidents. Their use in policing and border patrol functions is being trialled in many Western countries. Like other recent technologies (mobile phones etc), as they become cheaper and easier to use, they are likely to become much more prevalent in civilian life across a range of applications.

This conference will examine the current state of UAS capabilities and applications in civilian contexts, and explore the implications of their use for the future. Participants will learn more about their potential as well as current uses. Speakers will address questions of risks and responsibilities associated with their expanded use. While UAS can offer opportunities for increased public safety, the impacts upon safety and privacy from their misuse are likely to be significant.

The conference is relevant to those working or interested in: policing and law enforcement; border security; fire services; emergency management; and other public safety providers.

DATE

17th February 2014

LINKS

Flinders University  Event Page - http://www.flinders.edu.au/ehl/law/news-and-events/uas-forum.cfm

Conference Examines Wearable Computing Technologies In Education

Authors

K. Michael

M.G. Michael

Abstract

Associate Professor Tony Herrington (Education), Dr M.G. Michael (Informatics) and Dr Katina Michael (Informatics) recently presented at the inaugural AUPOV09 national conference with its focus on wearable computing or mobile e-learning technologies.

Presenters at the conference, held at the Wollongong City Beach Function Centre, discussed a range of topics which included glasses that can record a person’s POV (Point-of-View) of the world and the wearing of helmet cameras.

The event brought together delegates representative of private enterprise, community and government registered training organisations including the Australian Navy, Australian Armed Forces, UOW, UNSW, commercial publishers, educational consultants, and POV manufacturing and retail distribution.

Suggested Citation

Alexander Hayes in Bernie Goldie, K. Michael, and M.G. Michael. "Conference examines wearable computing technologies in education" UOW News and Media: Latest News Jun. 2009.

Links

Access article at UOW press

Access article at the Internet Archive

2012 SISAT Research Student Colloquium

AUTHORS

Alexander Hayes

DESCRIPTION

On the 11th October 2012 I attended and presented at the 2012 School of Information Systems and Technology Research Students Colloquium which was held at the City beach Function Centre in Wollongong NSW Australia, I was restricted to five slides that summarised my research PhD project.

SUGGESTED CITATION

Hayes, Alexander (2014): 2012 SISAT Research Student Colloquium. figshare.
http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.912081

SLIDES

1 - 15

PUBLISHED

24 January, 2014

PUBLISHER

Figshare

AVAILABLE

Figshare - http://figshare.com/articles/2012_SISAT_RSC/912081

Slideshare - http://www.slideshare.net/alexanderhayes/2012-sisat-research-student-colloquium-30378594

2013 Eportfolio Forum

In 2013 I was invited to present at the 2013 ePortfolio Forum title 'Digital Identities, Footprints and Networks' which was held at the University of Canberra. The event was hosted by eportfolios Australia which holds many events relating to this aspect of e-learning across Australasia.

>> Download the Program - PDF format

Google Glass Lets Us Track And Be Tracked

AUTHOR

Angie Angel

ABSTRACT

A short article by the Bungendore Mirror on Google Glass, my PhD studies and other more implications of this wearable technology.

PUBLISHER

Bungendore Mirror

PUBLICATION DATE

19th June, 2013

WEEK

25

PAGE

3

SECTION

District News

DOWNLOAD

Download the PDF

LINKS

Article on G+ - https://plus.google.com/u/0/+AlexanderHayes/photos/photo/5901602311195478194

ISSU - http://issuu.com/bungendoremirror/docs/bm_1325/1?e=3265235/3748875

UOW IBSOR Research Retreat

AUTHORS

Alexander Hayes

DESCRIPTION

As part of my third year PhD. work at the University of Wollongong I attended and presented at the University of Wollongong IIBSOR Research Retreat which was held at the Mercure Resort in Gerringong, NSW Australia on the 16th and 17th July 2012. This was an intense peer reviewed event where I presented my research works to date.

SUGGESTED CITATION

Hayes, Alexander (2014): 2010 UOW IBSOR Research Retreat. figshare. 
http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.911657

SLIDES

1 -1 5

PUBLISHER

Figshare

PUBLISHED

January 24, 2014

AVAILABLE

Figshare - http://figshare.com/articles/2010_UOW_IBSOR_Research_Retreat/911657

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.911657

Location Enabled Body Worn Technologies In The Australian Education Sector

TYPE

Presenter - Conference

AUTHOR/S

Alexander Hayes

LOCATION

Sydney Law School, The University of Sydney, Sydney Australia

DATE

20 - 21st February, 2012

CONFERENCE TITLE

Surveillance in / and Everyday Life: Monitoring Past, Presents and Futures Conference

SUGGESTED CITATION

Hayes, A. (2012)."Location Enabled Body Worn Technologies In The Australian Education Sector", Surveillance in / and Everyday Life: Monitoring Past, Presents and Futures Conference, Sydney Law School, The University of Sydney, Sydney Australia, 20-21st February 2012, pp. 1-20 

LINKS

Sydney Uni - http://sydney.edu.au/news/law/457.html?eventcategoryid=35&eventid=8793

Conference - http://surveillanceandeveryday.com/2011/07/21/forthcoming-conference-2012/

RNSA Sixth Workshop: Centre For Transnational Crime Prevention (CCTP)

TYPE

Invited speaker

AUTHOR/S

Alexander Hayes

PRESENTATION TITLE

Uberveillance: Where Wear & Educative Arrangement

SUGGESTED CITATION

Hayes, A. (2012)."Uberveillance: Where Wear & Educative Arrangement". The Sixth Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security: Sousveillance and the Social Implications of Point of View Technologies in the Law Enforcement Sector, ITAMS, Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention (CCTP), The University of Sydney, Sydney Australia, 22 February 2011, pp. 1-10. 

PUBLISHER

Figshare

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.928520

LINKS

Hayes, Alexander (2014): 2012 RNSA Sixth Workshop - Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention (CCTP). figshare. 
http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.928520