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24 Hour Art, Darwin digital art exhibition (13 May – 18 June 2005). Gail Kenning digitally transforms traditional crochet lace-making, a familiar pattern process that has existed for several hundred years ... She deconstructs the underlying patterns in lace and then reconstructs them in computer code using algorithmic programming, Gail is exploring whether it is possible to create entirely new patterns never seen before.

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Australian artists repeat their Vietnam experiences – but differently

Mai's Gallery, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam exhibition of three Australian artists titled ‘Difference in Repetition’ (11 December 2004 – 11 January 2005)

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Good reverbations' for international artists in Vietnam

'Reverb' is the title of an exhibition by four Australian artists to be staged in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam September 11- October 2 2003, so named because the artists are going back to Vietnam for the third time after participating in the 2nd International Sculpture Symposium held in Hue in 1998.

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• Jim Macnamara presents refereed paper at the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) 2008 conference, Wellington New Zealand