• Intimate Displacements. Peripatetic Cartographies Across Tāmaki Isthmus

      Ellah, X; Douglas, C (enigma: he aupiki charitable trust, 2020)
      No abstract.
    • Into the Light: Sexuality, Erasure and Recollection

      Ings, W (Routledge, 2019)
      Stories of war are constructions. When filmmakers create narratives based on facts, they often need to verify technical details and seek out visual and social contexts for events and the characters who experience them. ...
    • Into the underground: the language, history and culture of male prostitution in New Zealand

      Ings, Welby (Victoria University of Wellington, 2008)
      Bogspeak [or code] was a little known argot developed by a crimialised community of men who used public toilets for same sex encounters in New Zealand. The language form subsumed into itself elements of prison cant, pig ...
    • Introduction

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr.; Jenner, R.; Refiti, A. (Enigma, 2006)
    • Introduction (to "Read this first: growth and development of creative SMEs")

      Thomassen, A; Hagoort, G; Van Thiel, M; Arets, D; Oostinjen, A (Research Group Art and Economics, Faculty of Art and Economics at the Utrecht School of the Arts., 2007)
      Marian Jacobse is a Utrecht-based sculptor. She is also the director of Sophies Kunstprojecten, which manages more than 15 studio complexes and produces community-oriented arts projects in the city. Its operations are ...
    • Introduction to Access Special Issue: Modern Learning Environments

      Jackson, M; Benade, L (Taylor and Francis, 2017)
      No abstract.
    • (Introduction) Expats: places/spaces/baggage

      Gatley, J; Douglas, C (Auckland, NZ: Enigma, 2008)
      In 2005, the New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) celebrated its centenary and convened a conference titled Taking Stock, which featured as keynote speakers a series of New Zealand-educated architects who practise ...
    • Introduction: Being Moved

      Douglas, A (Enigma: he aupiki charitable trust, 2014)
      This introduction outlines the key thematic motivations of issue 15 of the journal titled Moved: On Atmospheres and Affects. It explores the transition from what Michel Foucault referred to as disciplinary societies to a ...
    • Introduction: consensus versus disagreement

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr. (Enigma, 2008)
    • Introduction: gaps between and within Gen-ius and Gen-ealogy

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr. (Enigma, 2007)
    • Introduction: the city without qualities

      Hopewell, Hannah; Douglas, Andrew (Interstices/Enigma: He Aupiki, 2015)
      The introduction outlines the salient themes and considerations for the journal issue titled The Urban Thing. In it various considerations of thing theory are outlined and related to urban conditions as they emerge ...
    • Janet Charman’s "cold snack"

      White, M (Auckland University Press, 2008)
      Book Design: Cover design and photographic images: "St Jude's Crossing". Plus section title photographic images: One, Two and Three, from "All the Numbers from 1 to 96"
    • Kaipatiki project environment centre: project analysis

      Douglas, C; Ryoo, Y; Davis, M (Auckland, NZ: Department of Spatial Design, School of Art and Design, AUT University, 2011)
    • Knitting patterns

      Clark, SJ (Milford Galleries Dunedin, 2014)
      No abstract.
    • Ko Wai Ko Au Ko Au Ko Wai – I Am Water, Water Is Me

      Tavares, T (LIBRUM Publishers & Editors LLC, 2019)
      Kaupapa Moana, Kaupapa Wai Maori, Kaupapa Awa Ocean, fresh water and rivers Water is both life-giving and life-destroying. Today, the purity of all water sources are threatened or impacted upon by a range of factors. Both ...
    • Latecomers

      Douglas, C (Enigma, 2007)
      Authorship and authority, originality and influence are genealogical concerns, arising in the relationship between a maker and his or her precursors. Influence is traditionally understood as the extent to which one’s work ...
    • Light mannered men: a historical overview of male prostitution in New Zealand

      Ings, Welby (AUT University, 2008)
      Based on interviews and oral history recordings of 50 men whose employment in the trade, or use of male sex workers has spanned 85 years. This presentation briefly profiles extraordinarily shifts in a language form that ...
    • Logical Coding & Emotional Poetry: An Exploration of Poetic Expression in the Digital

      Loh, C; Steagall, MM; Tavares, T (School of Art and Design, AUT, 2021)
      This practice-oriented design research investigates opportunities for meaningful poetic expression within a digital medium. It aims to create born-digital poems that tightly tie content to its form, prioritising the ...
    • Loli-pop in Auckland: engaging Asian communities and audiences through the museum

      Chuang, BKY; Hardy Bernal, KA (Association of Social Anthropologists of Aotearoa New Zealand, 2008)
      This paper discusses how museums and galleries might positively engage with Asian audiences and bring Asian communities into the museum environment. Museums are cultural institutions that should reflect, preserve, interpret ...
    • Machine/ Flow/ Territory

      Jackson, ML (Deleuze Studies Journal, 2013)
      In his lecture of 14th March 1979, within the series, The Birth of the Biopolitical, Michel Foucault discusses in some depth the American form of neo-liberalism, contrasting it with the development of neo-liberalism in ...