Key publications including SECAP research include:
- Planet Ueno: Musings from a cross cultural exchange project
For centuries the lure of other cultures has pulled dreamers, explorers, traders and artists towards the shorelines of elsewhere. This story traces another tale of such adventures, one where the possibilities of wilful mistranslations offer ways of seeing the world anew again.
- Windwells: Channelling and Divining: Pat Hoffie and Stefan Purcell
Drawing from significant and obscure aspects of the history of South East Queensland in the late 1890s, the installation used film, sound and kinetic sculpture to raise questions about the interaction of science, art and magic.
- Brisbane Magistrates Court (Art Built-in project)
In an attempt to utilize the universally recognized benefits of art in place making and establishing cultural identity, the Queensland Government established the Art Built-in policy where any State capital works with a budget over $250,000 allocate two per cent of that budget to expenditure on art in public places.
- The Peel Island Artists' Residencies
In early 2008 an artists’ residency was established at Peel Island as a collaborative venture between the Environmental Protection Agency, Queensland, and the Queensland College of Art.
- Carnivale Collaborata
Held at the Woodford Folk Festival 2008/09, the exhibition event drew from Bakhtin’s idea of Carnivale, and brought together a range of visual art expressions in a total event that celebrated chaos, anarchy and debate.
- Utopia / Dystopia / Disturbia
Utopia/Dystopia/Disturbia, curated by Pat Hoffie was the visual arts component of the 2009/10 Woodford Folk Festival featuring artists Heri Dono, Dadang Christanto, Harada Akatsuki, Jennifer Herd, Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan.
- Figuring Landscapes
This curatorial collaboration brought together short moving image works by fifteen artists from Australia and fifteen artists from the UK in a screening exhibition that examined changing approaches to landscape in new media. The exhibition toured Australia and the UK (nine venues) where it was launched at the Tate Modern.
- Accounting for the Collector: the Brian Tucker Collection
Accounting for the Collector: the Brian Tucker Collection was a collaborative exhibition project between Brian Tucker, a Brisbane based collector of contemporary Australian visual arts, Logan Art Gallery Redcliffe City Gallery public and the Queensland College of Art Griffith University.
- Out of Country: Contemporary Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art
This exhibition contributed to launching Indigenous Australian artists from Queensland, and it raised further interest in high profile artists, including, Ken Thaiday, Dennis Nona, Aaron Raymond Meeks, Richard Bell, Judy Watson and others.
- Darby Ross Jampijinpa: Make it good for the people
Research for this project extended over a number of years and involved Indigenous artists, community members, curators and directors of many major Australian museums. Full acknowledgements are listed in the catalogue (p.65) The aim was to bring to nati...