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  • Woodruffe, Paul; Klasz, Walter; Kotradyova, Veronika (Sculpture Magazine, 2013)
    Another of CULBURB's projects, this one in the Viennese suburb of Ottakring, involved building a small hut and commu­nity space from locally collected materials. Led by New Zealand artist Paul Woodruffe, Austrian architect ...
  • Wilson, Scott; Joyce, Hester (Colloquy: Text, Theory, Critique, 2009)
    The form of Western mainstream film is the crux of its ideological effi-ciency: by using established formal techniques, films ensure audiences understand that aesthetic decisions support and clarify the narrative to ensure ...
  • Jowsey, Susan (International Journal of the Arts in Society, 2011)
    This paper investigates an artist collective that is comprised of a nuclear family, the parents and their two children. The key theme revolves around implications of power relations within this collective construct. The ...
  • Tan, Leon (Public Art Review, 2014)
    On March 11, 2011, a magnitude-9 earthquake, one of the most powerful in recorded history, hit Japan, and was followed by a devastating tsunami. The catastrophe claimed more than 18,000 lives and left vast swathes of the ...
  • Woodruffe, Paul (TRACEY Journal - Drawing and visualisation research, 2014)
    The use of a site-based drawing methodology as a tool to map place was undertaken in the belief that it is possible to think of maps not as representations of an established reality but as a tool to produce new realities, ...
  • Rennie, Julian (TRACEY Journal - Drawing and visualisation research, 2014)
    Scale design models continue to be made by many professional architects and architectural students. With the miniaturization of digital cameras it is now possible to place the camera inside such a model and take digital ...
  • Mitrovic, Branko (History and Theory, 2014)
    In his latest book Frank Ankersmit develops a comprehensive philosophical perspective on the problem of the truth and reference of historical representations. The approach and the wider perspective of the book largely ...
  • Mitrovic, Branko (Journal of Art Historiography, 2013)
    It is fair to say that it is impossible to conceive of Romanticism in independence of the thesis of that membership of a collective determines individual's reasoning capacities. Nevertheless, the definition of the Romantic ...
  • Carley, Rachel (IDEA, 2010)
    Silent Witness examines the British sculptor Rachel Whiteread’s Nameless Library, (1996-2000), a holocaust memorial in Judenplatz Square, Vienna. For her project, the sculptor designed an inverted library in concrete, the ...
  • Williams, Marcus; Jowsey, Susan (International Journal of the Arts in Society, 2007)
    ‘Solar Familiar’ takes the form of a ‘documentary’ project, which investigates the psychological, and physical difficulties of a family displaced from Earth who find themselves inhabitants in the unfamiliar; a family on ...
  • Woodruffe, Paul; Henderson, Ian (Design Ecologies, 2011)
    On Auckland‟s North Shore a narrow strip of cliff-top land overlooking the Hauraki Gulf includes a memorial park, historic WW2 defensive artefacts, Maori fortifications and a section of the New Zealand Walkway, and is edged ...
  • Mitrovic, Branko (Zeitschrift fur Kunstgeschichte, 2013)
    For the past fifty years few books on art history have exercised an influence comparable to that of Ernst Gombrich’s Art and Illusion. Published in 1960, the book came to be regarded as the pivotal art historical articulation ...