287 results for Creative work

  • Cries of Auckland, for string quartet and six voices

    de Castro-Robinson, Eve (2014-12-15)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Adam Chamber Music Festival, Nelson, February 2015 I was commissioned by the New Zealand String Quartet to write a piece for the New Zealand String Quartet and the Australian Song Company to premiere during the Adam Chamber Music Festival, Nelson, February 2015

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  • City of Earth

    Crowley, Lisa

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Now Colour, Now Shape, Now Paper

    Gregory, Nuala

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Eerst me fiets: first my bike (solo exhibition)

    Parekowhai, Michael

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Tony and His Mirror: Transformer Remix

    Harvey, Mark

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Video installed through Data Projection, Visualizing Trans, Exhibition, International Exhibition, Curated by Tamar Brown, Heidi Ganshaw, Chele Isaac, Megan Katz, Amy Noell, Emily Pfotenhauer, Sara Schneckloth, Beth Zinsli, Trans Conference

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  • the second of the ordinary practices & regroup, reorder, restore!

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    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Site-specific installation linking art, technology, politcal ideologies, scientific theories, fringe religious practices and behavious modification. IMA receives major funding from Arts Queensland and the Australia Council and Artspace receives major funding from Creative New Zealand.

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  • For Love Not Money

    Speers, James

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    FOR LOVE NOT MONEY is intended to present a timely reflection on the state of contemporary art production, presentation and reception during a period of world financial crisis. It also encapsulates a reflection of the status of printmaking within the hierarchy of contemporary art practice and production. Continuing a process started in previous triennials the 15th Triennial will present art works made using a range of mechanical and digital reproduction and print techniques, including camera and computer based technologies.

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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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  • Tout Ensemble

    Hillary, S; Bosshard Browne, P; Cochran, V; Jack, Fiona

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Group exhibition

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  • The fundamental practice - regroup, reorder, restore!

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    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    the fundamental practice ??? regroup, reorder, restore! continues a process of research and investigation, utilising techniques of procedure and presentation familiar from other ideological systems - scientific, military, political, revolutionary. The installation suggests a control-room for a diabolical plan, performing tests, provoking and alluding to the ideologies we are conditioned by and their structures of delivery. Data from the Venice experience has been collected, considered and assimilated into the project.

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  • Crown Coach Botanical

    Campbell, Joyce

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    The City of Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency commissioned ???Crown Coach Botanical??? for use in a planned public artwork and provided US $24,000 for its production. The series of twenty-eight ambrotype plates comprised a survey of the rich variety of plants clinging to the Crown Coach Brownfield, a polluted wasteland in downtown L.A. set for remediation. Following a solo exhibition at Two Rooms Gallery in 2008, John Hurrell wrote ???these strange blurred and specked images are of plants ???found in the Los Angeles region where she now lives. Looking at them is like going back in time a hundred and fifty years.??? (Eyecontact 9/08). A full set of these photographs were acquired by the City of Los Angeles art collection. Several images from this series were included in my contribution to Altogether Elsewhere, a feature exhibition by curator Rob Tufnell at the Zoo Art Fair, 2009 alongside artists including Alighiero Boetti, Jim Lambie, Mungo Thomson, G??ls??n Karamustafa, Mike Nelson and Richard Hughes.

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  • Front Load

    Cousins, James

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • TAG - Simon Ingram and James Cousins

    Cousins, James; Ingram, SA

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    A two-person exhibition featuring 4 works by each artist. The principle of the exhibition was such that points of formal and conceptual commonality in each artists' painting practice would be unpacked, analyzed and re-configured discursively through the playful and collaborative process of selecting and installing the works. These were not major works, but ones that represented experimental and oblique moments of discovery in each artist's practice and were not necessarily works either artist would ordinarily exhibit. The exhibition received a review on ArtForum online, on the Minus Space website and on a local art review website called eyecontact. See: http://www.gowlangsfordgallery.co.nz/exhibitions/pastexhibitions/2010/iniative1cousinsingram.asp

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  • National Projects 2010

    Crowley, Lisa

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    A major exhibition of photographs which investigates the complex project of Nation building that occurred in NZ post WW2. The exhibition has a particular interest in the representational methods and communicative modes of address employed by both the state and creative practitioners during this period of history.

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  • Exploded View

    Gregory, Nuala

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    In Gallery Two, Associate Professor Nuala Gregory from the Elam School of Fine Arts creates an immersive installation of printed and collaged works. Her art work draws on her investigations in art theory, advancing the proposition that art can produce effects which escape the bounds of representation and operated instead at the level of bodily sensation. The exhibition is accompanied by a 48 page full colour catalogue with essays by Dr Peter Shand and Gregory O???Brien.

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  • Nuala Gregory - new works

    Gregory, Nuala

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • TAXI (Solo exhibition)

    Jack, Fiona

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    A mixed media project based around the historic event of the Melbourne Taxi protests of 2008.

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  • Reactive Architecture-Smart Buildings respond to the Environment

    Rieger, Harald Klaus

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    This exhibition takes us into a possible future. Architects, engineers and designers are all looking for ways to save energy and make buildings more sustainable. These six installations look at some new and exciting ideas. Some of them look to nature ??? who would think that a dragonfly???s wing held some possible answers? One explores ???people power???; several show how buildings can be built to respond to changing weather or even just the comings and goings of people going about their business. And an international design project being worked on here could mean that New Zealand has the first Passive House in the southern hemisphere.

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  • Wrap Me Up, Make Me Happy: Quality Control Remix II

    Harvey, Mark

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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