Dr Daniel Elborne
|Section||School of Creative Arts|
|Phone||+61 7 4631 1205|
|Qualifications||BCA USQ , BA(Hons) USQ , PhD USQ|
Art based on atrocities
Memorialisation (both in a historical and contemporary context)
Representational limitations (associated with visual art)
'The sublime' as it applies to contemporary art.
'Affect theory' as it applies to contemporary art.
'Memory theory' (both individual and collective) as it applies to contemporary art.
'The multiple' as it applies to contemporary art.
The debate of art vs craft
National Association of the Visual Arts (NAVA)
The Australian Ceramics Association (TACA)
Australian National Veterans Arts Museum, Melbourne (ANVAM)
Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery (TRAG)
Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center, Denmark
Ateliers Fourwinds Residency Center, France
National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF)
Currently teaching courses/programs
VSA1002 – Introduction to Contemporary Art Practice
VSA2002 – Contemporary Art Practice 2
VSA3004 – Contemporary Art Practice 4
VSA1005 - Visual Arts Project 1
VSA2004 – Visual Arts Project 2
VSA2005 - Visual Arts Project 3
BCA 3001 - BCA Project A
BCA3002 - BCA Project B
Research most recent
Deathgate: Art After Atrocity: Post-Holocaust Representation and Affect [Thesis (PhD/Research)]
Deathgate by Dan Elborne, Feature article, interview and cover image, Memoria: Memory, History, Education, No.20, publication produced by the Auschwitz
Birkenau Memorial and Museum, Poland.
Deathgate, Feature article, the Journal of Australian Ceramics, Vol 58 no 2.
Research most notable
The Death Gate and the Power of Human Touch, Q&A article, the Journal of Australian Ceramics, Vol 55 no 3.
Dan Elborne’s Brutal Beauty, by Dr David Akenson in Ceramics: Art and Perception, international journal.
Publications in ePrints
Elborne, Dan (2019) Art after atrocity: post-Holocaust representation and affect. [Thesis (PhD/Research)]