• Post screen not displayed

      Charlton, J (Edicao, 2014)
      It seems that we are always waiting for screens. But what are we really waiting for? Treating the screen as an object of sculptural concern, this paper attempts to understand how inherent event-relationships might escape ...
    • Practice-based and material focused: a craft approach to teaching design intuition

      Inder, S; Reay, S (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design, Hong Kong Design Institute (member of VTC Group) and Hong Kong Design Centre, 2014)
      Successful collaborative design harmonizes diverse inputs from disciplines with often contrasting paradigms (Reay & Withell, 2013). Designers must respond to these challenges using both objective and subjective, quantitative ...
    • Practice-led Doctoral Research and the Nature of Immersive Methods

      Mortensen Steagall, M; Ings, W (Anhembi Morumbi University, 2018)
      Practice-led research enables art and design practitioners approaches to discovering, applying and communicating original knowledge that have direct implications for their practice. Since the 1980s, internationally, the ...
    • Prelude: Desiccations, the darkness of light's sweep

      O'Connor, MT (AUT University, 2010)
      In ‘The “Mechanics of Fluids’ Irigaray closes with a dis/location of a partial exile that exiles the ruling symbolic — a feminine language that ex-ists somewhere beyond comprehension. And to which in other parts of This ...
    • Previous Enrolments. Drawing as Collective Formation

      Douglas, C (Interstices, 2009)
      This paper explores the proposition that architectural drawing can be analysed as a collective formation, in a sense derived from sociologist Gabriel Tarde, who wrote of collective formations like crowds that individual ...
    • Provocative coincidences: the question as style's dissimulating face - writing beyond the aporias of the subject

      O'Connor, M (AUT University, 2006)
      Jacques Derrida’s text, Spurs: The Styles of Nietzsche is an interrogation of aspects of Nietzsche’s writings in reference to the question of “Woman.” And, we should not forget the complexity of engagements with quotation ...
    • Pur: desiccation of light's sweep

      Jackson, ML (University College London, 2011)
      In discussing Pierre Klossowski’s writings on Sade, Jane Gallop engages with what she cites as a “whirling quid pro quo” of turnings, which she nominates under the term “tergiversations” from the Latin vertere, “to turn” ...
    • Radical gestures: time’s matter for architecture

      Jackson, ML (Studies in Material Thinking Journal, 2011)
      Confronting the conservative in architecture is a timely and necessary agenda, a confrontation that aims to explore and expose the complex of forces that constitute the discipline, profession and teaching agencies of ...
    • Re/materialising design education futures

      Young, A; Bill, A; de Freitas, N (School of Art and Design, Faculty of Design & Creative Technologies, Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      No abstract.
    • ReDress: Reducing Textile Waste Through Component Reuse

      Fraser, K (The University of South Australia (UniSA), 2015)
      Textile products are everywhere, from covering our bodies to populating our homes and workplaces. Is it unsurprising then that millions of tons of textiles are ending up in waste? This paper critically reflects on a 2009 ...
    • Remote intimacies: technologies of the researching self

      Jackson, M (AUT University, 2007)
      The paper concerns how techne and praxis have undergone considerable change in meaning since Classical times. Techne is now primarily concerned with the means to production as an extension to or of the self. From the late ...
    • Renegotiating the Screenplay: Drawing As a Method for Narrative Development in a Short Film

      Ings, W (Intellect, 2021)
      This article considers a non-written form of screenplay. In so doing, it illustrates a trajectory of thinking where drawing methods were employed in the development of a cinematic narrative. These visual approaches replaced ...
    • Restless containers: thinking interior space – across cultures

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr. (Enigma: He Aupiki, 2011)
      In Innenraum denken (Thinking Interior Space), a section in the first volume of his Spheres trilogy (1998, 1999b, 2004), German philosopher Peter Sloterdijk describes human relations as being akin to containers that ...
    • Revolutions per minute

      Cullen, P (EyeContact, 2010)
      Six sculptures forming a part of my ongoing r/p/m project. With the exception of one work none had previously been exhibited. Chartwell collection purchased two of the sculptures from this exhibition.
    • Scale As the Representation of an Idea, the Dream of Architecture and the Unravelling of a Surface

      Hedges, S (enigma : he aupiki, Auckland, 2010)
      This paper is an investigation into the issue of the drawn scale and fragmented phantasia. The paper follows Italo Calvino’s notions of the instability of scale with the representations of phantasia that are revealed in ...
    • Scale – Time – Complexity: engaging, entangling, and communicating ecology

      Jamieson, N; Denton, A; Reay, S (International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA), 2012)
      This project proposes a forum for discussion that questions how we engage with our ecology. The panel will be framed within an acknowledgment of scale, time, and complexity as an entry point into a conversation about our ...
    • Scholarship & connoisseurship symbiosis in postgraduate design education

      Yap, BL (DesignEd Asia Conference Secretariat, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2013)
      The past two decades have witnessed design activities morphing from designing “posters and toasters”, towards strategic planning, system integration, innovation, and social transformation. Probably, no other discipline in ...
    • Security, preservation, enhancement

      Jackson, ML (Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy (ASCP), 2012)
      In an interview, “The Return of Morality,” Michel Foucault candidly suggests the extraordinary influence of Nietzsche and Heidegger on his thinking. Moreover, it is precisely reading them together that was the genuine ...
    • Seismic stories

      Robertson, N (The Australian Centre for the Moving Image, 2006)
      Today, I will speak of the dead and so I acknowledge nga mate, those who have gone before. This is dedicated to my schoolmates and the other Kawerau kids mentioned today who have passed away. Uncle Tasman - The Trembling ...
    • Shadowy Figures and Strange Interiors: The Optician’s Waiting Room

      Hedges, S (UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy, 2016)
      The waiting room can be imagined as a frequently visited place, a place to loiter, sit or perhaps stand, walk and converse. A transitional point before entering or moving to another in which no actual movements of the ...