• 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.
    • Sailing Towards Sustainability: Material-Based, Practice-Led Research

      Albarrán González, D; Nienhuis, A (Plymouth College of Art, 2021)
      In this article, we discuss the experiential learnings from two collaborative research projects exploring the reuse of discarded competitive sails in Aotearoa New Zealand. The visually appealing and composite sail material, ...
    • 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 ...
    • Silence and forgetting

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr.; Robertson, N (AUT University, 2006)
      No abstract.
    • Silvering (Slowly). Augmentation, Age, and Mattering

      Douglas, C; Gallagher, S; O'Hara, E; Patel, R; Tapuni, M (Architecture Art and Design Research (AADR), 2020)
      Silvering (slowly) was a group show at St Paul St Gallery in Auckland, NZ, 9–13 September, 2019. It drew together threads from our independent research trajectories as a response to IDEA Journal’s questions around augmentation ...
    • Sites for contemporary Gothic

      Piatti-Farnell, L (Aeternum, 2014)
      No abstract.
    • SkiNZ "Patience": personal narratives of identity within gay leather culture

      Austin, L (Common Ground, 2014)
      Image dominant cultural coding plays an important role in how we perceive culture. This exists in many areas including, but not limited to advertising, education, news, and popular art, etc. I would argue that the majority ...
    • Social innovation through employing design actualization

      Thomassen, A (Eburon Publishers, Delft, 2009)
      Recent publications show a relation between design, innovation and empowerment, in particular for the more digital literate people that participate in global networks. This paper investigates whether and how governments ...
    • Software tools for rapid prototype as design

      Withell, AJ; Diegel, O; Reay, S (Centre for Rapid and Sustainable Product Development, 2011)
      Design teams are expected to produce physical prototypes that demonstrate the working principles of their designs. These projects may involve multiple areas of technology, such as industrial design, electronics, mechanical ...
    • Soho square, Grey Lynn / Deloitte centre, Auckland city

      Douglas, C (Auckland, NZ: AGM Publishing, 2008)
    • Spatiotemporal Environments – Narratives of the underpaid worker in New Zealand

      Sinfield, D (AUT University, 2011)
      The International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences examines the nature of disciplinary practices, and the interdisciplinary practices that arise in the context of ‘real world’ applications. It also interrogates ...
    • Spatiotemporal Environments – Translations of Workers Narratives into Visual Texts

      Sinfield, D (Common Grounds, 2011)
      The International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences examines the nature of disciplinary practices, and the interdisciplinary practices that arise in the context of ‘real world’ applications. It also interrogates ...
    • Stepping Out of the Ivory Tower: Practice-Led Inquiry and Postdisciplinary Research

      Ings, W (Revista GEMInIS, 2022)
      This article considers the nature of postdisciplinary research as it relates to certain practice-led design inquiries. From a discussion of discipline territoriality in the academy, it moves to a consideration of how ...
    • Stockholm Falsework

      Cullen, P (Hammarby Artport, 2007)
      Falsework is a temporary scaffold-like architectural support which is used to hold elements in place during construction and until they become self supporting. Paul Cullen’s Falsework sculptures are makeshift constructions ...
    • Stop sign

      Jackson, M (AUT University, 2008)
      No abstract