Retro Futurism Retro Futurism Frank R. Paul was an illustrator of US pulp magazines in the science fiction field. He was born in Vienna, Austria… Frank R. Patricia Piccinini Patricia Piccinini Biography 1965 Born Freetown, Sierra Leone 1972 Arrived in Australia 1985-88 Bachelor of Arts (Economic History), Australian National University 1989-91 Bachelor of Arts (Painting), Victorian College of the Arts 1994-96 Coordinator, The Basement Project Gallery Selected Awards 2006 New York Residency, Australia Council 2002 International Cultural Exchange Program, Arts Victoria 2000 New Media Fellowship, Australia Council 1999 Arts Development grant, Arts Victoria 1998 Tokyo Residency, Australia Council 1997 Project Grant, Australia Council International Cultural Exchange Program, Arts Victoria 1996 Project Grant, Arts Victoria 1991 Christopher James Blyth Memorial Award, Victorian College of the Arts 1990 Theodore Urbach Award, Victorian College of the Arts 1989 Theodore Urbach Award, Victorian College of the Arts Speculative Fabulations for Technoculture's Generations: Taking Care of Unexpected Country
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