Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox
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While Kathryn undertook a research higher degree [Master of Philosophy] 2015-2017 at the University of Queensland, she concentrated on works on paper. Her research topic, looking into the depiction of militarised technology in the paintings of Australian artists George Gittoes and Jon Cattapan, had been inspired by her own work and interests in existential risk posed by emerging technolgoies, cosmology, AI, age-old symbols, landscape, technology and more.

Kathryn's research into the technical, ethical, legal, and political issues associated with airborne drones inspired her studio-based work. The M. Phil was not a practice based degree, so Kathryn's paintings were not part of the assessment, however, by the time she finished the degree a large body of work reflecting upon her research now exists.

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Vascular System for Posthumans
I Am A Posthuman
Imagining The Posthuman
My Future Posthuman
My Posthumans are Dancing, But Do They Have Hearts?
Is This A Posthuman?
A Human's House and a Possthuman's House
Posthuman Modes Of being?
Mass Exodus
From The Other Side
Our Bright Future
Australia Turned Upside Down
Run Off
Simulated Landscape
Expanded Zones
Cloud Storage
Two Worlds
Drone Life Shadow Play
Eyes In The Sky
Scoping The Abyss
Droned Landscape
Strategic Landscape