School of Art and Design

 

The School of Art and Design brings together visual artists, spatial designers, fashion designers, filmmakers, curators, entrepreneurs, graphic designers, digital designers, product designers, and other cultural practitioners from New Zealand and around the world to work on expanded notions of art and design. The aim of the Art and Design researchers is to give rigorous tools for art and design research to a variety of practitioners from diverse cultural backgrounds, in a dynamic and supportive environment.

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  • Clark, SJ (Milford Galleries Dunedin; 2014)
    No abstract.
  • Palmer; Engels-Schwarzpaul, T; Refiti, A; Melich, B; Tulloch, L; Jenner, R (Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA); 2014)
    In Aotearoa, how do we position ourselves within an academy pervaded by Western philosophical thought? During the 1980’s Post-structuralist theory was the main stay in my education as an architect. Although we live in a ...
  • Piper, GF (Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies, Auckland University of Technology; 2012)
    In this paper I reflect upon the nature of making within my own practice, with specific reference to intrapersonal conversations (Bolt) and those with materials. The nature of flow as suggested by Csikszentmihalyi, in the ...
  • Jackson, ML (RMIT University, School of Art; 2013)
    In the ten years between the publication of The Savage Anomaly (1981/1991b) and Insurgencies (1992/1999), the Italian political philosopher Antonio Negri substantially defined a contemporary theory of power and the State ...
  • Robertson, NA (The C. N. Gorman Museum, University of California, Davis; 2014)
    No abstract.
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Young, A; Bill, A; de Freitas, N (School of Art and Design, Faculty of Design & Creative Technologies, Auckland University of Technology; 2014)
    No abstract.
  • Sinfield, D (Common Ground Publishing LLC; 2014)
    There is no disputing the fact that the Auckland Central Business District (C.B.D) is well positioned within the multinational corporate world community. While walking through the streets of Auckland’s C.B.D, one could ...
  • Sinfield, D (ePIC; 2014)
    Graphic design continues to be a growing area within education and mainstream industry, especially in emerging economies of third world countries. The trends within these third world countries, both at education and industry ...
  • Sinfield, D (The International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association; 2014)
    This research project looked at the possibilities of engaging students and teachers in out-of-class communicating to enhance the learning and teaching environment and to involve graphic design staff working as a team to ...
  • Smith, AE; Kalyanji, J; Fraser, G (School of Art and Design, Auckland University of Technology; 2014)
    Rapid advances in seamless knitting technology are opening up significant opportunities in the design, production and application of knitted textile preforms. Introduced in the mid 1990’s, seamless machinery enables shaped, ...
  • Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr.; Simati, BK (Centre for Samoan Studies (CSS), the National University of Samoa; 2014)
    No abstract.
  • 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 ...
  • Douglas, C (Punctum books; 2013)
    No abstract.
  • 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 ...
  • Inder, S; Withell, A (DesignEd Asia Secretariat; 2013)
    This paper will present a case study of a year-two product design project that has been developed alongside the specific requirements of an industry collaborator and delivered within an innovative, research-led, Design ...
  • 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 ...
  • Withell, AJ; Haigh, N (ABM-media; 2013)
    Design Thinking is a human-centred methodology for innovation, which has evolved from the study of the unique ways in which designers 'think', and 'practice' (Bauer & Eagen, 2008). While there is emerging research into the ...
  • Muratovski, G (Department of Slavic Languages at Stockholm University; 2013)
    While the expressive power of architecture as a signifier of social, economic or political authority during times of prosperity is recognised in the literature, its role during times of political crisis (such as during ...

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