275 results for Creative work

  • Muddy Urbanism: a project for The Lab at "If you were to live here . . " the 5th Auckland Triennial

    Waghorn, Kathy; Cruz, T; Patel, N; Mecredy, Esther

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    research and curation International curator of the 5th Auckland Triennial Hou Hanru described The Lab as the Triennial???s ???intellectual core ( . . .) functioning like a machine of knowledge (. . . ) a kind of brain for the whole project???. The Lab was a joint project of the architecture and spatial design faculties of The University of Auckland, AUT, and UNITEC. Working under the Triennial title ???If You Were To Live Here . . . ??? the Lab???s role was to act as a catalyst for the critical examination of urban life in Auckland and New Zealand. The Lab physically took form in the Chartwell Gallery at Auckland Art Gallery. The Muddy Urbanism Lab was developed by Kathy Waghorn (University of Auckland) with Triennial and Auckland University guest Teddy Cruz, Professor in Public Culture and Urbanism in the Visual Arts Department at University of California, San Diego, and co-founder of the Center for Urban Ecologies. Working with post-graduate architecture students from the University the research focussed on the Whau River, a tidal waterway bisecting the inner west of Auckland, creating a portage that connects the Waitemat? and Manukau harbours. Pre-colonisation, the Whau was one of the main active frameworks of social connection and economic production along the coastlines of T?maki Makaurau. In the colonial economy it played a crucial role in the settlement and urbanisation of Auckland???s west, as both a transport route and as a source of clay. No longer a transport route, and for much of the recent past a boundary between municipalities, it has increasingly become the site of multiple conflicts across jurisdictional, economic, land use and natural systems. Muddy Urbanism engaged in the critical mapping of the Whau in order to visualise the many conflicts that have been hidden from institutional thinking and to propose new interfaces between urban policy, ecological systems and community participation for the regeneration of this catchment that may be applied across Auckland. The research was presented in large scale prints, models and projections and the Lab became the venue for an associated public programme.

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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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  • From Distant Shores - Aotea Flute Quartet; Walckiers, Jongen, Elmsly 'World Premier', Mozart, Bozza, Piazolla

    Grodd, Uwe

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    performers, radio boradcasters

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  • BEETHOVEN Missa Solemnis

    Grodd, Uwe

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Conductor

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  • host for SATB choir

    de Castro-Robinson, Eve (2015-06-01)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Eve de Castro-Robinson: composer of the original composition Robert Wiremu: conductor I was delighted to be asked to write host for Karen Grylls??? Auckland Chamber Choir. My first choral work written at her request was Chaos of delight III, a vocal soundscape of avian sonorities for women???s voices. host is also abstract, based not on a text, but on the Vowel Clock used to train choral singers. The whole work is based on the note A and its upper partials and as the singers move around the space, various harmonics from the chord are heard. The title refers to the movement of birds in formation, often called a host. Commissioned by Robert Wiremu for Karen Grylls's 30 year anniversary conducting the Auckland Chamber Choir

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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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  • Breathe

    de Castro-Robinson, Eve; Lodge, M; Williams, M; Dowdall, W (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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  • Kammermusikfest Hopfgarten 2016 Eine europ??ische reise der Kammermusik

    Salzmann, E; Jaffe, R; Schellenberger, H (2017-06-01)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Sutherland Trio: Lies you can believe in

    Salzmann, Edith; Almonte, C; Sellars, E

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Ben Harper

    Samsom, Ronald (2015-12-02)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Releasing the Angel for cello and orchestra [For David Chickering]

    de Castro-Robinson, Eve (2005)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    a 15 minute work for cello and orchestra. Premiered in Hamilton then performed in Auckland and Wellington. Recorded and broadcast by Concert FM.

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  • Super music

    Kerr, SM

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    I was invited by director of Superdeluxe, Mike Kubek, to perform at Superdeluxe, Tokyo in June 2011. Superdeluxe is Tokyo???s most popular experimental performance space and has hosted major names such as Keiji Haino, Jim O'Rourke and Oren Ambarchi. I performed live, Super Music, which comprised: two laptops, 6 hand built sensor base instruments, and pure data and gem patches, and a 3x data projection. I performed along side local Japanese artists: nonSectRadicals, Cal Lyall (Palimpsest and curator of Test Tone), Nobunaga Ken and Takashi Azumaya, (previous curator of Tokyo's Mori Art Museum).

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  • CMC

    Kerr, Sean; Cuming, S

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    "CMC", LIVE SOUND PERFORMANCE, SUPERDELUXE 17th BIENNALE OF SYDNEY, ARTSPACE, JULY 2ND, 2010 David Elliott, Artistic Director of the 17th Biennale of Sydney (2010), invited Simon Cumming and I to perform in the SuperDeluxe, Artspace program of of the Biennale. The 17th Biennale of Sydney, is a prestigious art event and was curated by artistic director David Elliott. Our performance event took place at Artspace, Sydney and was part of the Tokyo based SuperDeluxe programme coordinated by Mike Kubek, Director of SuperDeluxe. I performed to a capacity crowd with New Zealand sound artist; Simon Cuming and along side Japanese Sound Artists; Kazunao Nagata & Dai Yamamoto.

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  • FLUTE FEST 2016; Baroque Architecture and Music in Italy, France and Germany; Dr Ross Jenner speaker; Uwe Grodd flute

    Grodd, Uwe

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Performance; Vivaldi 'Il pastor fido' Sonata for flute and harpsichord; M Marais 'Les Folies D'espagne' for solo flute; W F Bach Sonata in Fa major for two flutes Performance; Vivaldi 'Il pastor fido' Sonata for flute and harpsichord; M Marais 'Les Folies D'espagne' for solo flute; W F Bach Sonata in Fa major for two flutes

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  • The "Not Wayne Shorter" Quartet

    Holland, Olivier; Samsom, Ronald; Winterburn, G; Williams, C

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • While The Sun Shines (2016) [23-channel SoundDome version]

    Coulter, John (2016-12-01)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Programme Note: It took me until my mid-forties to recognise the wisdom contained in the farming-related ethics I grew up with. I now fully appreciate what my father was trying to pass on in exposing his family to a life in the country. There is a richness of wellbeing that is all-but unattainable in the melee of urban sprawl, and he, having spent his own childhood holidays on a farm in Milburn Otago New Zealand, intimately knew the value of this experience. This piece, which has taken several years to complete, is a gift for my wonderful parents Brian and Clare Coulter, who in 2016 celebrate their 75th, and 70th birthdays (respectively), as well as their 50th (Golden) wedding anniversary. Explanation of Title: The saying ???make hay while the sun shines??? expresses an attitude that can be literally translated as: 'if you have an opportunity to do something, do it before the opportunity expires'. This code reflects a small part of the lifetime of learning and discovery that comes from living and working in a farming community.

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  • The 10th International Akaroa Music Festival

    Salzmann, Edith

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    The International Akaroa Music Festival is a European style masterclass and chamber music summer festival . Each January, well-known international and national artists come to Akaroa for 10 days of concerts and masterclasses.

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  • Design and research: Shared territories

    Chatterjee, A; Macken, M; Fischer, T (2017-08-17)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    The Design Research Institute at Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU) in Suzhou, China is organising its inaugural exhibition Design and Research: Shared Territories (28 October ??? 11 November 2014). The exhibition is curated by academics at XJTLU - Dr Anuradha Chatterjee, Dr Marian Macken and Dr Thomas Fischer. The exhibition features peer reviewed, mixed media contributions by scholars, academics and designers from Australia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Finland, United States, United Kingdom, and of course China, from interdisciplinary fields of architecture, urban design, landscape architecture, fine art, industrial design, biological sciences, and language. Design and Research: Shared Territories explores two themes: Inquiring Inquiry and Research as Design. The aim is to inquire and expose, rather than present a known/given view of design research. To this end, the exhibition is approached as a form of scholarship, offering a productive space for creating new ways of knowing and critical insights into existing ways of knowing. Information on exhibition venue and opening times will be posted soon. Please save the date if you are in China and wish to attend.

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  • Chaos of Delight III for womens voices [To Karen Grylls]

    de Castro-Robinson, Eve (1998)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Recorded NZ Choral Music CD SLD 108 Kiwi-Pacific Auckland University Singers conducted by Karen Grylls

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  • Concerto Auckland; Kufferath, Irons, Salzmann trio

    Salzmann, Edith; Irons, D; Kufferath, E

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Piano trio evening with works by Haydn and Brahms

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