Ross Gibson makes books, essays and films. He also produces multimedia environments and IT systems for museums and public spaces.
His books include: THE BOND STORE TALES (1996); SEVEN VERSIONS OF AN AUSTRALIAN BADLAND (2002); and REMEMBRANCE + THE MOVING IMAGE (2003, editor).
His films include: CAMERA NATURA (1985), DEAD TO THE WORLD (1991) and WILD (1993).
His exhibitions include ‘Remembrance + The Moving Image’, ‘Street X-Rays’, and ‘Crime Scene’, the latter being part of a suite of multimedia productions entitled LIFE AFTER WARTIME, made in collaboration with Kate Richards.
He is Research Professor of New Media & Digital Culture at the University of Technology, Sydney.