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Kate Dunn

Bones, Bees and Birds
Date/Time: 1PM-2PM Friday 22 July 2022
Venue: Araluen Theatre

Dr. Kate Dunn, is a Design Research Fellow and Academic at UNSW in the school of Built Environment in the faculty of Arts, Design and Architecture.

She has a degree in Visual Arts majoring in ceramics and a Ph.D. in Architecture from the University of Sydney. Kate’s research investigates experimental digital fabrication and robotics with a focus on the development of new and sustainable materials for digital fabrication.

Kate’s research builds on traditional material processes such as ceramics and textiles and integrates them into emerging digital technologies for a range of industries including the Built Environment, Medicine and visualisation.

Kate convenes and teaches Design and Emerging Technologies courses at UNSW Built Environment. She has over 15 years of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience in Australia’s leading Universities.

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