• Boy

      Ings, Welby (Room8, 2004)
      Boy is Welby Ings' short film about a young male prostitute in a small New Zealand town who discovers the truth behind a fatal hit and run accident. When news of the death spreads through the district, the family of the ...
    • Building a Sense of Identity Belonging and Culture Through Place-making and Creative Co-design: Practices Within New Zealand’s Educational Context

      Chan, Y; Rachev, R (2020)
      The key role and the importance of arts and culture in shaping today’s creative economy and bringing vibrant range of creative and cultural activities to the public has been steadily growing in the past few years. This ...
    • Canopy of the upturned eye: writing on Derrida’s Crypt

      O'Connor, MTS (Mosaic, 2010)
      The evocation of a spatial sheltering in this title hints at a covering over death. Indeed, a canopy is productive of fertile vegetation for a continued nurturing of living after death. However, this paper aims at a threshold ...
    • Canopy: proposal for Wynyard wharf. Auckland architecture week 09 invited design charette

      Young, E; Douglas, C; Richards, H; Xu, C; Fisher, CPRW (AUT University, 2009)
      As part of Auckland Architecture Week 09, a one-day invited design charette was held in a public venue in the Britomart Quarter. The charette was intended to show people what architects do, and to generate concepts for the ...
    • Character acting: a case for better animation reference

      Kennedy, J (Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ), 2013)
      Animators are often expected to film their own acting reference. However, most animators are not trained actors, and as a result, their performances lack depth when dealing with emotionally-rich subject matter. The result ...
    • Climbing the high road: strategic design and management of New Zealand's human capital and economic transformation

      Yap, L (The Institute of Industrial Policy Studies, Design Management Institute, Design and Brand Management Society., 2006)
      ‘Ui mai koe ki ahau he aha te mea nui o te ao, Maku e ki atu he tangata, he tangata he tangata’* ‘Ask me what is the greatest thing in the world, I will reply: It is people, it is people, it is people!’ The strategic ...
    • Closing remarks: on Deleuze and Heidegger, via Foucault

      Jackson, ML (The University of Auckland, 2012)
      These closing remarks aim to draw on and draw out the theme for this symposium: intuition & expression. While we are familiar with Deleuze’s engagements with philosophical traditions that have developed these notions, we ...
    • A Collaborative Design Model to Support Hybrid Learning Environments During Covid19

      Sinfield, D; Cochrane, T; Birt, J; Cowie, N; Deneen, C; Goldacre, P; Narayan, V; Ransom, L; Worthington, T (ASCILITE, 2020)
      Designing online learning environments that replicate a large lecture environment require relatively simple substitution of pedagogical practice and are typically achieved using video streaming technologies such as Zoom. ...
    • Collaborative registers of interactive art

      Joseph, F (ISEA International, the Australian Network for Art & Technology and the University of Sydney, 2013)
      Research into collaborative modes of technology development is often discussed in terms of communication and co-ordination. The process of collaboration in interactive art projects warrants consideration beyond the management ...
    • Collectivity

      Douglas, C (School of Architecture and Planning, University of Auckland, 2006)
      A reading of a text by John Donne provides the grounds for a consideration of several senses of the word 'matter': physical matter (something is matter); significance or importance (something matters); and a state of affairs ...
    • Communication design and community: pedagogy and empowerment

      Young, A (European Academy of Design, 2013)
      This paper will discuss two social action initiatives that were undertaken as part of communication design courses offered in Australia and New Zealand. Each initiative involved student designers collaborating with a ...
    • Components of a special collection: a collaboration with the university of auckland fine arts library

      White, M (University of Auckland, 2011)
      The exhibition was initiated with a survey of the entire collection of artists books in the university of auckland fine arts library. Through this process various approaches, or components, to the practice of book making ...
    • Conceptual Images in Advertising: Premises of the Advertising Image Powered by Technology and Interactivity

      Mortensen Steagall, M (Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco, 2020)
      With the increasing advance of information technologies, speed, confidence and precision in the transmission and reception of messages have become a constant in people's lives, mainly due to the powerful communication ...
    • Confabulations: Estranged Memories and the Unfolding Home

      Hedges, S; Liu, F (enigma: he aupiki charitable trust, 2020)
      Confabulation denotes a memory disorder in which lapses in memory are reconstituted through falsely recalled experiences. In turn, this research considers the effects of confabulation, estrangement, and deceit on domestic ...
    • Conflict, speech, and truth within the urban space of Tahrir Square

      Patel, R (Urban Transcripts, 2017)
      No abstract.
    • Constructing critiques of ornament: what can we know?

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr. (Anti-po-des Design Research Journal, 2010)
      Using the example of discussions of ornament and ornamentation, this paper sketches out scenarios in which "minor knowledges" (Foucault) and practices fail to be recognised in mainstream discourses of academics or ...
    • Contract, crowd, corpus and plasma. Architectural and social assemblages

      Douglas, C (Auckland, NZ: Enigma, 2009)
      This paper springs from Joseph Rykwert’s observation, in On Adam’s House in Paradise (1981), of a conceptual correlation between Marc-Antoine Laugier and Jean-Jacques Rousseau. It discerns, in the condition of joints in ...
    • Counter currents: Whare Nui and Fale abroad

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr.; Wikitera, K (University of Melbourne, 2009)
      Since the 1860s, several Māori whare nui (meeting houses) and Samoan fale (houses) travelled overseas. Their fates are diverse: Mataatua, misappropriated and sent to overseas exhibitions under sometimes scandalous curatorial ...
    • Counter currents: Whare Nui and Fale abroad

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr.; Wikitera, K (University of Melbourne, 2009)
      Since the 1860s, several Māori whare nui (meeting houses) and Samoan fale (houses) travelled overseas. Their fates are diverse: Mataatua, misappropriated and sent to overseas exhibitions under sometimes scandalous curatorial ...