Dr Keith Armstrong

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Faculty of Creative Industries, Education & Social Justice,
School of Creative Practice,
Visual Arts

Personal details


Senior Lecturer
Faculty of Creative Industries, Education & Social Justice,
School of Creative Practice,
Visual Arts


media art, ecosophy, art science, futuring, ecosophical media art praxis, transdisciplinarity


Visual Arts and Crafts, Film, Television and Digital Media, Performing Arts and Creative Writing

Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


  • PhD (Queensland University of Technology)


Since 2019 Keith has taught into both Visual Arts Studio practice streams and transdisciplinary subjects within the new 'Situated Creative Practices' initiative which brings together teams of students onto real world creatively-led projects. In 2019 he began teaching a course called 'Re-imagining Art in a Time of Climate Change' in collaboration with ecological scientists from the Institute for Future Environments and Samford Ecological Research Station. This course will be featured as an exemplar in 2022/3 as part of the QUT's Education for Sustainability Project which is focused on embedding sustainability across the entire the QUT curriculum.

In 2022 he received the award of AFHEA (Indigenous) in recognition of his work in bringing indigenous perspectives and an ecological world view to direct the undergraduate corse he coordinates - Spatial Art (site specific installation). Prior to his 12 years as a research intensive staff member he  completed over seven years of sessional teaching - primarily in the areas of interactive and moving image conception and production. Throughout his time at QUT he has been a regular guest lecture, presenter and speaker, and also a supervisor of numerous doctoral and Masters candidates.

Selected publications

QUT ePrints

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Current supervisions

  • Precarious Smellscapes - Deepening our olfactory understanding of slow violence; sustaining human and morethan-human futures.
    MPhil, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Jennifer Firn
  • Developing artist-honeybee collaborations to promote public discourse around sustaining futures
    MPhil, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Rachael Haynes
  • Art-Science Collaborations: Investigating Eco-centric Frameworks through Contemporary Art to Encourage Sustainable More-than-human Futures |
    MPhil, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Rachael Haynes
  • Understanding what develops cultural infrastructure - bringing forth the science-art-culture of Brisbane's Knowledge Corridor
    Professional Doctorate, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Bree Hadley
  • The Peace Centre: employing a more-than-human installation to operationalise hope at a time of hyperobjects
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Charles Robb