216 results for Creative work

  • Breathe

    de Castro-Robinson, Eve; Lodge, M; Williams, M (2010)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    My electroacoustic work Breathe, commissioned by, and featuring William Dowdall on sliding headjoint-flute was recorded for this Atoll CD collection of new works by NZ and Irish composers

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  • Hedged it

    Kerr, Sean

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Newall, S., Curator. "Hedged it", sound interactive, "Garage Yard Installations", 1st Mar-2 Mar, Marrickville Garage project space, Marrickville, Sydney. The group show was curated by Sarah Newall, Director of Marrickville Garage Project Space. My work was a interactive sound work, that responded to viewers movements. Other artists included in the show/public event was Annie Aitken, Jonathan Roson & Bashar Gurkan, Josie Cavallaro, Francesca Heinz, Lisa Andrew, Sash Catts, Sara Givins, Sally Clarke.

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  • out the window breath bone feather

    Brown, Carol; Whitehead, G; Graham, F

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Choreographer Carol Brown Composer Gillian Whitehead Dramaturg Fiona Graham Design Kasia Pol Photographer Solomon Mortimer 'out the window breath bone feather' draws on the extraordinarily rich history of the Pah Homestead since its establishment in 1877, with its changing residents including landed gentry, servants, orphans, nuns, immigrants and broken families, acknowledging as well the prehistory and the site of the pre-European Whataroa Pah. 'out the window breath bone feather' approached collaboratively, explores the memories and stories that resonate through the house and landscape.

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  • Houstoun Plays Grieg

    Grodd, Uwe

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Conductor J Sibelius; Finlandia; E Grieg Piano concerto; P Tchaikovsky Symphony No 2 'Little Russian'

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  • Calenture Suite Parts I-IV and Reprise

    Lines, David; Mason Battley, C; Giles, S; Thomas, S; Psathas, J (2015-10-24)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Light, Water, Pigment - an active accord

    Gregory, Nuala

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Exhibition of 9 paintings for the Second International Conference on Semiconductor Photochemistry. The exhibition was based on common materials used in photochemistry and watercolour painting, water, pigment and light.

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  • Dinnseanchas - From New Delhi to the Fountain of the Clouded Sky

    Gregory, NA; Gregory, Nuala

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    This three-person exhibition was curated by Nuala Gregory (and included her own collages that were collaborations with artists Sarah Treadwell, John Pusateri and Mandy Bonnell). The other two invited artists were Diane Henshaw and Deirdre Mackel. The exhibition consisted of a series of artworks of varying scale, in mixed media on paper, including lithography, gouache paintings, charcoal drawings, and all with elements of collage. The works were arranged to form a themed installation featuring new bodies of work produced in response to the theme of dinnseanchas or ‘poetry of place’. Drawing upon their experiences of very different environments (Auckland, Mayo, Belfast), the artists sought to define a set of relations to place that goes beyond the familiar and the functional. Instead, they attempted to recover a poetic or imagistic way of navigating public and private space, in a co-creation of the lived environment that has roots deep in ancient Irish culture. A modern Irish-English dictionary translates the word dinnseanchas as ‘topography’ (the science of place), but its etymology is quite revealing. The term originally referred to an ancient genre of mythological geography that gave a poetic account of place names. Dinn means place (an eminent site or locale); sean means old, and is strongly associated with the figure of the seanchaí or local storyteller, the keeper of lore and memory; and cas means to twist, as in the twisting of an ankle, but also of a rope. Poetically, the word suggests the twisting together of strands of collective memory of place. Perhaps forming a single narrative core, or (in a more visual idiom) a tapestry weaving together place and people, memory and experience, history and present desire. This tradition, this mnemonic and cognitive practice, was gradually extinguished in Ireland along with the native language, but has been ‘reclaimed’ in recent years particularly by the work of poets such as Seamus Heaney, Paul Muldoon and Ciaran Carson. In this exhibition, the artists have expressed the spirit of dinnseanchas in a modern idiom, as a ‘cognitive-imaginative mapping’ of the environment through forms of artistic engagement. Not so much by naming or storytelling, or acts of linguistic commemoration, but by marking and investing, revealing or creating new ways of seeing the landscape or cityscape – ways that can help overcome our habitual blindness, born of the pressures of time and work and commercial imperatives.

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  • The Masters

    Grodd, Uwe

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Conductor THE MASTERS - D Taylor Soliloquy for D Lilburn 'World Premier'*; Elgar Cello concerto; Brahms Symphony No 1 , op.68

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  • BEETHOVEN Missa Solemnis

    Grodd, Uwe

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Conductor

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  • 'Triage' exhibited in the Parkin Drawing Prize 2015 [Exhibition]

    Esling, Simon

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Dick Frizzell, Judge

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  • Future Islands: New Zealand Exhibition, Venice Architecture Biennale 2016

    Waghorn, Kathy; Walker, C

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Art Unlimited, Art Basel 93

    ET AL.

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Integration of computing, multi-media and internet methods and techniques into contemporary art practice, will continue to be a focus in the current project. Using interactive and multi-media techniques in art disciplines effectively involves understanding and experimenting with the integration and interfacing of, computer generated material into the installation. The computer can act as a technical programmable interface either in the local scene of audio/visual disjunction or across a computer-based net installation to allow interaction that is not necessarily tied to specifics of time or place. Disjunction of object and reader happens across not only layered meanings and intentions but across disparate media and dislocated net-based media, further challenging the viewer/object-site interchange. Voices or positions are placed in opposition through the programming of voice and sound tracks. During the course of their programmed discussion, an enormous diversity of subjects is forced into a communal relationship through sound. These sound-subjects are utterances – voices with ideas, voices with beliefs, voices with conviction and meaning. Amplified in the exhibition space, they are in a state of literal disharmony, interfering and overlapping, out of sync and disagreeable. In addition, their words are foreign to each other; not just in geography, culture or religion, but also in subjects as diverse as art, science, philosophy, religion and cult activity. In their forced cohabitation, individual positions and meanings are somehow cancelled out as sound and idea compete for attention. Other specific areas addressed in this project will include • Newspapers, periodicals and tabloids as forms of mass dissemination. • Installation as identity – installation, publication and the archiving of societal events. • Aleatoric scripting – random sonic phenomena using statistical procedures

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  • Tuku Iho, Legado vivo Māori—NZMACI exhibition in South America

    NZMACI (2015-12-03)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Lythberg, B., catalogue author

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  • Te Mahou: Ko Te Matatini

    NZMACI (2015-12-03)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Lythberg, B. author of catalogue

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  • Fashion and Fibres; Island dress in Polynesia

    Forgan, S (2015-12-03)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Lythberg, B., catalogue author

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  • Gidon Bing’s modernist milieu

    Bing, G (2015-12-03)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Lythberg, B., catalogue author

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