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Lyndall is a Senior Research Fellow and Director of the Centre for Research in Entertainment, Arts, Technology, Education and Communications (CREAtec) in the School of Arts and Humanities.
Associate Professor Lyndall Adams is a Senior Research Fellow in the School of Arts & Humanities. She is Director of CREAtec which provides a nexus for interdisciplinary research excellence and includes ECU Galleries. Lyndall supervises Higher Degree by Research candidates across the material and performing arts.
Lyndall is a contemporary visual artist. Her arts-practice articulates the feminist body; the lived body that is determined and specific though paradoxically in a state of flux, constantly defined and redefined by changing practices and discourses. She draws influence from corporeal and new materialist feminist thinking. Lyndall has participated in solo, collaborative and group exhibitions in Australia and internationally. She has published scholarly work on: the role of ethical arts practice, public art, collaboration and interdisciplinarity.
Lyndall is the Treasurer of the Australian Council of University Art & Design Schools (ACUADS), the peak body representing Australian universities in the visual arts, craft, and design sector.
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