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Spaces, sauce and schedules: A photographic journey of aged care
T King, E Miller, G Donoghue
Social Alternatives 38 (1), 35-44, 2019
62019
Where were you during the Queen’s visit? Using photographs to facilitate collective storytelling, resident identity and positive care relationships in aged care
T King, E Miller
Australasian Journal on Ageing 40 (3), e269-e272, 2021
42021
Remembering and forgetting: Using photographs as social artefacts in an aged care setting
T King
Visual Studies 37 (1-2), 128-139, 2022
32022
Cymatic patterns of the Black Cockatoo: Visualising the calls of wildlife in Australia
L Barclay, TZ King, L Davis
Proceedings of EVA London 2022, 38-45, 2022
22022
New creative project Beeyali is a call to look after Country and its endangered ecosystems
L Barclay, L Davis, T King
The Conversation 7, 2022
12022
Seeing Sound and Hearing Images: Interdisciplinary explorations in marine environments in Queensland, Australia
L Barclay, TZ King, L Davis
Proceedings of EVA London 2023, 66-74, 2023
2023
Tallo Billa (Humpback Whale)
L Davis, L Barclay, T King
2023
Beeyali Canoe Tree [Ecological Imaginaries 2023]
L Davis, L Barclay, T King
Ecological Imaginaries, 2023
2023
Murang Ngai: Site-specific installation, augmented reality and audio-visual performance
L Davis, L Barclay, T King
2023
Hearing Images and Seeing Sound: Interdisciplinary Explorations in Marine Environments in Queensland [Audio-Visual Creative Work]
L Barclay, L Davis, T King
2023
Connections with the earth
J Loth, T King
Theatre, Dance and Performance Training 12 (3), 334-335, 2021
2021
Beeyali–Visualising the Calls of Wildlife on Kabi Kabi Country
L Davis, L Barclay, T King
2021
Listening with images: Photographs and their relationship to identity in the lives of older people in aged care
T King
Queensland University of Technology, 2021
2021
Listening in the Wild
L Barclay, L Davis, T King
2020
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