• (Im)materialising time: taking time

      O'Connor, MTS; Yates, A (Studies in Material Thinking Journal, 2011)
      This special issue (Im)materialising Time for the Studies in Material Thinking Journal assembles a range of journal articles that focus on the materiality – or immateriality – of time. Submissions may take the form of ...
    • Implementations in relation to sustainable development in industry and industrial design profession: a case of Arcelik corporation

      Gaziulusoy, I (AUT University, 2003)
      M.Sc. study deals with implementation of sustainable development in industry and industrial design profession specific to the case of Arçelik Corporation. The study, states the historical background of sustainable development ...
    • Implementing electronic portfolios in product design education: a case study

      Withell, A; Reay, S; Diegel, O (AUT University, 2010)
      The growing importance of electronic portfolios as a teaching and learning strategy is reflected internationally in the large number of higher educational programmes and disciplines that have implemented electronic portfolios ...
    • Impossible Choreographies: The Database as Creative Tool

      Bennett, G (ISEA International (formerly Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts), 2016)
      This artist talk is a reflection on my own art practice as a direct engagement with high-end industrial 3D animation software, and discusses the emergence of the database as a creative methodology, and a key organizing ...
    • The Information Designer Through the Lens of Design for Learning

      Potter, E (Design Research Society (DRS) 2016, 2016)
      All effective information design helps people to access, understand, and use information, but not all information design is intended to help people learn. This paper examines instructional design—the activity ...
    • Inorganic collections

      Douglas, C (The School of Art and Design, Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Auckland’s suburban streets are only intermittently places of public assembly, personal encounter, or common use. They are primarily part of an infrastructure of mobility and circulation: where cars and service vehicles ...
    • Inorganic collections. Atmospheric distributions of the sensible and regimes of public space

      Douglas, C (Enigma: he aupiki, 2014)
      Inorganic collections, kerbside collections of inorganic waste that cannot be recycled or disposed of by the regular means, are held in most parts of Auckland twice yearly. In practice, proscribed items are abundant, piles ...
    • Integrating 'rapid protyping as design': a case study

      Withell, A (AUT University, 2011)
      The integration of ‘rapid prototype as design’ (RPaD) methodologies in the new product development (NPD) process, combined with effectively utilising virtual and physical rapid prototyping technologies, increases the ...
    • Interior Decoration to Exterior Surface: the Beleaguered Relief

      Hedges, S (Department of Architecture Universitas Indonesia, 2019)
      Surface articulation is a critical issue for interior architecture, and this paper sees the wall as a point of intersection where art and structure may converge and collide. A place of experimentation and a site of ...
    • Interview With a Chainsaw: An Object Oriented Exploitation Manual

      Charlton, J (College of Fine Arts (COFA), National Institute for Experimental Arts (NIEA), UNSW, 2014)
      This submission proposes critical reflection on an action in which the artist conducts an interview with a chainsaw. The submission is comprised of two recordings – the interview, and a contextual reading of the interview. ...
    • 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"