Centre for Cultural Partnerships - Research Publications
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Graffitimedia: How graffiti functions as a model for new media futures
(Informit, RMIT Publishing, 2005)
As emergent forms of design and technology are mobilised for both the archiving of graffiti and graffiti prevention, new media forms are also appropriating graffiti as a model for digital aesthetics and the democratic ...
Historicising contemporary bisexuality
(Haworth Press, 2009)
Contemporary bisexuality has a distinctively modern history that begins in the middle of the nineteenth century and develops through a matrix of three interconnected definitions, as combinations of biological, psychical ...