Associate Professor Lindsay Farrell lectures at the Australian Catholic University Brisbane. He researches art in a variety of socio-cultural contexts including art in hospitals, prisons and marginalised communities.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Design for the Margins: Artists and Designers in Prisons, Hospitals and Homeless Accommodation Shaping their Environments

This paper reports on five art and design research projects with socially marginalised groups within men and women’s prisons, three large hospitals and homeless groups in Brisbane, Australia.

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Society, Spirituality and Sustainability: Giotto’s Last Judgment and Andrea Bonaiuti’s the Triumph of the Church

Society, spirituality and sustainability are set in a complex matrix of material and symbolic power. This reflection on two fourteenth century Italian frescoes investigates economic, social and cultural capital.

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Design for Catholic Hospitals: A Study of Art and Design

This paper reports on a design research project (2006 – 2011) within Catholic hospitals in Australia.

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Community Engagement through the Arts: An Interdisciplinary Approach Developed in an Australian University

This paper reports on a university program called the Arts and Culture Community Engagement Project.

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The Art of Aging: Creative Arts Education in Aged Care Homes, Hospitals and Senior Accommodation Developed in an Australian University

This paper reports on three creative arts projects with aged care settings in Australia.

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Art Research in Australian Catholic Hospitals

This paper reports on an Art and Design research project ARCH (2011 – 2015) within Catholic Healthcare in Australia.

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Published Online: June 20, 2016

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