• ATA: A Practice-led Artistic Inquiry into the Intersection of Digital and Physical Environments

      Tapuni, Metuanooroa (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      This practice-led research project offers a notion of the Mangaian cybernetic continuum as a way to discuss the intersection of digital and physical environments in my media arts practice. I take a position drawn from the ...
    • Does a Flower Rehearse for Spring?

      Meyle, Lucy (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      This practice-led PhD operates across modes of installation, drawing, video, publication, and sculpture, utilising quotidian materials with excessive enthusiasm. The research explores the potential of three conditions: ...
    • Faceless body in performance

      Killeen-Chance, Zahra (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      Faceless Body in Performance is a practice-led research project in live and digital performance. There are two series of solo performances, Breath of Air and Black Glove, which explore choreographic procedures that can ...
    • Materiality of Time: Speculative Systems and Drifts in Art

      Wilson, Lynette (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      What has been? when did it happen? what may happen next? This process-based visual arts research examines the 'materiality of time' through a series of site-based interventions in the form of experiential ‘real time’ ...
    • Maumau-taimi: Wasting Time; Being Useless

      'Uhila, Kalisolaite (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      This research project is a personal exploration of how time can be enacted through various approaches in order to develop a performance process that questions cultural perception of time. New works are devised and collected ...
    • No Longer/Not Yet: lacuna and dissemination in practice

      Meyle, Lucy (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This drawing project presently considers relationships between traditional elements of comics, and provisional, abstract painting. (Apparently) casual gestures are produced by labour-intensive means as ‘printed materials’, ...
    • The Other Voice: the self, its echo & the silent participant

      Webb, Olivia Francesca Vissers (Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
      Through the use of the sung voice, this thesis investigates how the voice describes, defines and/or gives meaning to a place or space. The works documented in this thesis explore the reciprocity between the human voice, ...
    • Poetic displacement: journeying through an installation-based practice

      Hermann, Sophie Madeleine (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This research project is about poetic displacement. The reference here is to the hope and possibilities associated with the specific peaceful voluntary act of displacement (migration) as opposed to forced exile. The poetic ...
    • Practices of Use

      Myers, Ruth (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      Practices of Use develops self-forming practices of performative and disciplinary body acts, at home and in wider social contexts. Body/subject positionings are explored in these practices as a process of constant ‘becoming’. ...
    • Rafting-with... Choreography of Participatory Ecologies: an Ethico-poetics of Everyday Life

      Houghton, Christina (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      The aim of this practice-led research is to explore how a Choreography of Participatory Ecologies (COPE) reveals an ethics distilled from a poetics of everyday life. This choreographic practice describes a relational ...
    • Topographies of the self: a community of others

      Plumb, Alex (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This multi-channel video project attempts to amplify questions about the psychological interplay between the subject depicted, the site of performance, and how the work unfolds in interaction with the viewer. By working ...
    • A Warming Inhale, Ecology and Capitalism in the Site of the Body

      Gilson, Geoff (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      Is my art anything? Is my politics nothing? This exegesis plays with ideas found in somatic research, literature on ecology and capitalism, activism and performance; it acknowledges theoretical research, bodywork and ...