• Typographical Voices: Poetic Reflections on the Pātea Freezing Works

      Sinfield, David Lewis (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      This practice-led artistic research project asks: What is the potential of typography, sound, imagery and the content of recorded speech to capture the poetic nature of remembered space? As an artistic inquiry the ...
    • Under the surface: reflections on workers’ narratives from below the minimum wage

      Sinfield, David Lewis (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      This research project is concerned with workers’ narratives, specifically those who have been employed in paid work below the national minimum wage in New Zealand. As a graphic designer who has direct experience of ...
    • Veitalatala: Mātanga ‘o e Talanoa

      Toluta'u, Talita Kiume (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      This study is concerned with representation. It considers the nature of a culturally located, discursive form called veitalatala and its creative translation into designed artifacts that consider the lyrical and graceful ...
    • The Visceral Metaphor: a contemplation on the invaded self

      Miller, Leanne Margaret (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      This practice-led thesis explores the disruptive metaphor in relation to ideas of loss, irresolution and the photographic. It is centred around the researcher’s experience of a home invasion. Through the process of grief, ...
    • Voices in water

      Meiklejohn, Hayley (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      This project involves heuristic research as creative practice in the design of a set of divination cards. Here the potential of water as a medium for referencing the ethos of each of the Tarot's Major Arcana1 is explored. ...
    • Yi-jing Within Time: The Implication of Yi-jing Into Moving Image Medium

      Lu, Zhaohui (Auckland University of Technology, 2006)
      Yi-Jing [意境] is a signifi cant classic Chinese art concept that might be broadly understood as a certain conceptual and perceptual communication between artists and viewers. It was originally derived from Chinese poetry ...