THE JUDGE: LORRAINE KYPIOTIS
MA (Uni Syd.) BA. Dip Ed (Uni Syd.)
Lorraine is a Senior Lecturer in Art History and Theory at the National Art School. She is passionate about art, education and history and runs a number of programs which foster the building of skills, knowledge and values in the fine arts. Lorraine holds a Master of Arts degree from the University of Sydney in Renaissance Studies and is currently engaged in a Doctor of Philosophy in Art History at the University of Sydney.
Lorraine is also a frequent and popular guest lecturer at the AGNSW and is a regular guest on ABC Radio National’s Nightlife program
Tim’s extensive career spans the exploration and composition of interactive immersive multimedia through installation and performance, redefining it's role and challenging delineations between cultural sectors. He's exhibited multimedia works, photography, video, music and performance since the early 1980s. Works are in private, corporate and museum collections, and the public art arena.
His installations and performances feature in international and Australasian institutions, festivals and public spaces.
He has exhibited in Africa, Australia, New Zealand, China, Taiwan, Holland, Belgium, UK, USA, Japan, France and Thailand
Currently a Distinguished Professor at Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts and Adjunct Research Professor, University of South Australia.
His research includes interactivity, the human computer interface and performative interactives.