• A New Narrative of Time: time and space mediated through the medium of painting

      Rayner, Lisa Anne (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      Through a mediation across time and between images this project explores the many and varied perspectives thrown back and reflected onto a represented past. The aim is to bring these perspectives into some alignment to ...
    • As normal: an art exploration of the gendered self

      Nairn, Colin (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This art project explores the socio-cultural construction of gendered identity, in particular it examines how the norm provides models for performance that can undo as much as construct identity. By using lens-based ...
    • Blank Expression: an exploration of transitory values in painting

      Fraser, Robbie (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      This visual arts research project explores colour and composition as both the mediums and the subjects of painting. In particular it explores possibilities for colour to deictically question its own values, and for composition ...
    • Collision, Confusion, Collusion

      Jung, Vivienne (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      This project explores the idea of virtuous difficulty, as it relates to the making, the creating and the reception of a work of art. Here the word difficulty refers to questions, problems or conditions that command my ...
    • Colour Action: an exploration of values and shifting modes in painting

      Doblanovic, Ekarasa Mara (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This visual arts research project aims to investigate colour and composition. The interest relies in how an image that incorporates three-dimensional aspects emerges through interaction between monochromatic and modular ...
    • Drawing from voice: an exploration of sound in search of representational codes of the unseen

      Williams, Carolyn (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      This project explores the unseen (that which is not considered) in relation to the idea of the existence of another dimension of language. It considers the possibility that, in regard to language, some essential component ...
    • Dynamic inventions

      Schipper, Alexander (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Dynamic Inventions is a practice-based art project about identity. It manifests itself via reflexive video installations that address its questions and concerns by immersing them in the dynamic of my exploratory process ...
    • The Ecological Self — A Lens-based Inquiry

      Monks, Nicholas (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      This lens-based research project explores a deep personal connection with a familiar coastal site. I am interested in exploring the ways in which different lens-based media can facilitate a reciprocal exchange between the ...
    • Events on a horizontal plane: A visual exploration of stability and instability

      Left, Ron (Auckland University of Technology, 2005)
      This studio-based project explores ideas of stability and instability through a series of artworks utilising processes from painting and photographic disciplines. It specifically explores imagery that has an embedded sense ...
    • Everything moves so swiftly: sculptural moments in the life of objects

      Pearce, Lance (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      My practice-based art project explores a variety of constructional approaches specifically directed toward sculptural outcomes; the repurposing of commonplace objects to produce sculptural composites. This project speculates ...
    • Forget me not - provisional paintings

      Adelys, Anne-Sophie (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      This practice-based project explores how the past is continually brought into interaction with perceptions of the present, in order that significance might become attached to what we see. In this respect, noticing is a ...
    • IMG: seeing as feeling

      Prisk, Joe (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      IMG: seeing as feeling, explores painting for its capacity to act directly on our nervous system. With a focus on eluding attachments of text, narrative and generalizing concept, this project aims to facilitate an encounter ...
    • Impossible to prove

      Nielsen, Philippa (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      This practice-based research explores the strangeness of the ordinary, through a photographic and sculptural investigation of familiar objects and materials. Photographically, I am looking for slight rifts in the expected. ...
    • K Girl Vacant: Ethnic Identity Manufactured

      McIntyre, Peter Gordon (Auckland University of Technology, 2006)
      K GIRL VACANT is an exploration of the nature of culture, identity, and ethnicity. The project sets out to create a virtual ethnic entity and to develop a set of visual associations operating as signs of a proto-ethnic ...
    • Latent imperatives of narrative in painting

      Good, Phillip (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      This practice-based art project explores latency in relation to the way viewers engage with images and in the context of images themselves. Through an exploration of the medium of painting, the project aims to open up ...
    • Materiality of Time: Speculative Systems and Drifts in Art

      Wilson, Lynette (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      What has been? when did it happen? what may happen next? This process-based visual arts research examines the 'materiality of time' through a series of site-based interventions in the form of experiential ‘real time’ ...
    • Matrix of Contingencies

      Fong, Louise Tet (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      This practice based project explores how tacit knowledge serves the creative process of painting by providing a foundations for deciding how to act while painting. Because tacit knowledge is not brought to ...
    • Metamorphoses: reflections on a material world

      Barnes, Olivia (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Metamorphoses: reflections on a material world, explores the world in motion – a world in perpetual change. We usually negotiate this world through engaging with a complacent register of everyday surrounds and extant signs, ...
    • Painting: Adventures in a Marginal Aesthetic

      Lyman, Abbey (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      This project explores how a relationship between consonance and dissonance can operate as a dynamic interplay that is constantly at work during the process of painting. It also explores how this interaction operates as a ...
    • Patterns and motifs in the Va: a Samoan concept of a space between

      Clayton, Leanne (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      This project is an exploration of the endless negotiation of the va, the relationships that consistently define and redefine themselves in the space between two cultures. The va consists of relationships between people and ...