• The Digital and I Project

      Sampero, Delicia (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      This dissertation presents a case study and methodology for an Artists in Schools Programme known as The Digital and I Project, which has been designed to integrate into Aotearoa’s mainstream educational system. The programme ...
    • Kō Rimurimu ‘To Be Covered in Seaweed’: Sensory Knowing, Holistic Understanding, and Meaningful Encounters Within a Marine Science Centre

      Smith, James (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Art+Science collaborations, designed to promote and enhance ecological literacy amongst young people, need to address holistic, sensory and participatory ways of knowing. Through engaging the senses, aesthetics and emotions, ...
    • The Materiality of Winter

      Zino, Imogen (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      This exploration embraces materiality through the poetics of Winter. An aim of this project has been to enable a greater sense of connection between the internal sensory world of the participant and the inhabited environment. ...
    • Mending by Design: Making Bags to Ideate Mending Excess Waste in the Ecological Environment Through the Aesthetic Lens in Design

      Mowatt, Una (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      Using a design-based ideation process, I have paid attention to how sensory aesthetics can communicate ecological narratives. This research project considers ways design can creatively raise awareness of product and material ...
    • Please Leave on the Seat After Use: Crafting Personal Narrative Through Machine Knitting

      Cho, Susie (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      Please Leave on the Seat After Use explores my evolving relationship with the Seiki Shima knitting machine, which I have positioned as a key contributor to my research practice. Materializing personal narratives through ...
    • Shadowlands: A Search for the Unseen

      Mok, Tori (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      Beneath the quotidian world is a parallel universe of dim and shapeshifting forms. They are easy to overlook, difficult to see, and mesmerising to behold — like black holes collapsing, pulling into themselves an infinity ...
    • You Are Hear - A Muriwai Symphony

      Hay, Mette (Auckland University of Technology, 2021)
      This project has grown from a previous body of work that used sound as a medium for visualising the presence of participants in the artwork. This work employed water and light to transform the visual expressiveness of ...