17 results for Creative work, 2012

  • A diagram (Geology)(2011)

    Cullen, P (2012-04-10)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    A Diagram was an outdoor site-based sculptural work comprising a tower, a deck structure, a vertical ladder and support structure, benches and a field of rocks. The installation of spatially dispersed objects configured a site through which viewers could walk.

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  • Pool Complex, in making worlds

    Cullen, P (2012-04-12)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    Pool complex was made in 1994-1995 and was never exhibited before going into the collection of the Auckland Art Gallery. In common with many works I've made since the early 1990's it employed found furniture and dexion.

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  • Ultra Neon

    Thomson, A; Heng, E; Pahoki, S; Robinson, K; Macdonald, F; Haylock, B (2012-04-15)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    Light Projects presents a mini-survey of neon works. Text-based or abstract, wall-based or sculptural, Ultra Neon assembles neon works from a variety of practices into a densely hung dialogue. This is a single artwork exhibited in a group show curated by Light Projects (Lesley Eastman and Tamsin Green). The artwork took the form of a long pink neon tube that represents the vertical meridian of the Light Project's gallery space, displayed in conjunction with other neon light works exhibited by the other participating artists including Euan Heng,Brad Haylock, Fiona MacDonald, Sanja Pahoki,Kiron Robinson and Andy Thomson.

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  • Pool Complex, in Making Worlds.

    Cullen, P (2012-04-12)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    Pool complex was made in 1994-1995 and was never exhibited before going into the collection of the Auckland Art Gallery. In common with many works I've made since the early 1990's it employed found furniture and dexion.

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  • Eunoia S,M,L,XL: Modular light timber framed structural systems

    Young, E; Richards, E; Boardman, P (2012-05-28)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    Eunoia S,M,L,XL - Commissioned Practice based research project into modular light timber framed structural systems and their application to a range of five bach designs for the New Zealand market. Commissioned by Eunoia Holdings Limited to create an optimized modular light timber framed construction system. Developed to allow for efficient construction on remote building sites and minimize wastage as well as factory modular.

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  • Pier 21 (interior design proposal)

    Young, E (2012-05-28)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    No abstract

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  • The Palms (commercial architecture proposal)

    Young, E (2012-05-28)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    No abstract

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  • Blue Latitude (urban design proposal)

    Young, E (2012-05-29)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    No abstract

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  • Dew Drop (product design proposal)

    Young, E (2012-05-29)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    No abstract

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  • Mio Frame: commissioned modular system

    Young, E; Richards, E; Boardman, P (2012-05-29)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    Mio Frame - Commissioned Practice based research project into demountable modular steel framed structural system with case study boutique demountable commercial office building, 2009.

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  • Revolutions per minute

    Cullen, P (2012-04-12)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    Six sculptures forming a part of my ongoing r/p/m project. With the exception of one work none had previously been exhibited. Chartwell collection purchased two of the sculptures from this exhibition.

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  • Stockholm Falsework

    Cullen, P (2012-04-12)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    Falsework is a temporary scaffold-like architectural support which is used to hold elements in place during construction and until they become self supporting. Paul Cullen’s Falsework sculptures are makeshift constructions in which items of furniture are inverted and supported off the floor and against the ceiling. These sculptures could be said to model the unlikely situation in which gravity is suspended and objects are able to float free from their usual restraints. Or they could be regarded as modelling a situation in which the inverse of the everyday, in which objects sit upon the floor, is presented. The do-it-yourself aesthetic of these sculptures has a basis in the drawings of Heath Robinson and Rube Goldberg. Both men drew complex, makeshift and illogical devices designed to perform simple tasks by indirect means and to represent the application of irrational principles to the pursuit of rational outcomes. The Falsework sculptures are improvised constructions of relationships between ordinary objects reliant, like the whimsies of Goldberg and Robinson, on impractical and makeshift means. Although they are model-like, the Falsework sculptures only imitate the act of representation up to a certain point; they serve no real purpose and instead refer insistently to the processes of their own making and materiality.

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  • Horowaewae

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2012-09-13)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    Horowaewae is dedicated to Horowaewae Maxwell a Te Matatini Lifemember. Horowaewae is from the Rotorua area and the Te Arawa iwi. He is a foundation member of the champion kapa haka Ngāti Rangiwewehi. Horowaewae has been a performer, a male leader, the Te Arawa delegate to the Te Matatini National Committee. He has served kapa haka in its development since the inception of Te Matatini in 1972 and prior to this performing in the tourism industry in Rotorua. Horowaewae was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti at the 2013 Te Matatini World Championship Kapa Haka Competition.

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  • Wairangi

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2012-10-01)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    Wairangi this composition was composed at the time Māori were in court with the Crown over the ownership of fresh water (water rights). It talks about Kīngi Tūheitia holding the Water Summit hui at Tūrangawaewae and proclaiming that the Water or Wai belongs to Māori under the Treaty of Waitangi. Performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti at the Te Matatini World Championship Kapa Haa Competition 2013.

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  • E Ara Apanui

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2012)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    E Ara Apanui recites the genealogical links between the Te Whakatōhea iwi and the host people of the Te Whānau a Apanui iwi. This new composition was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti at the Mātaatua Regional Kapa Haka Competition to qualify for Te Matatini 2013.

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  • Hai aha te hoko

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2012)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    This new composition was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti Kapa Haka at the Mātaatua Regional Kapa Haka Competition. This composition placed first in the Whakawātea category.

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  • Huikau

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2012)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    Huikau is dedicated to my life long mentor and educator Mrs Ema Rogers who imparted her knowledge of Te Haahi Ringatū and things Māori to me. She housed me for months while I reseearched my MA Thesis Te Kōpura. Mrs Rogers passed away in December 2012. This new composition was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti Kapa Haka at the Mātaatua Regional Kapa Haka Competition. This composition placed first in the Waiata Tira category.

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