Pupuke te Mahara
Kia niwha te ngākau
Two worlds/ two times
Daniel K Brown and Mizuho Nishioka
Bringing the German Pavilion Back Home
Transient Crossings: Embodiment in the Everyday
Christchurch through the Looking Glass
Prefabricated Architecture for a Circular Economy
Wai o papa: Waterlands (2016)
Wai o Papa, or Waterlands, is a Deep South project, one of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s national science challenges. This cross-disciplinary project investigates how science, art and design can assist Māori coastal communities on the Kapiti-Horowhenua coast adapt to the impacts of climate change. The images on the panels represented on one side, an estimation of the impact of 0.5, 1 and 1.5 metres of sea level rise on the coast between the Waikawa and Ōhau rivers; and on the other, the mouth of the Ōhau River at the lunar high tide.
Deep South Science Challenge: Dr Huhana Smith, Professor Penny Allan, Professor Martin Manning, Martin Bryant, Derrylea Hardy, Jane Richardson, Professor Murray Patterson, Abdallah Richards, Kevin Cartwright.
A Speculative Future (2015)
By Nicholas O'Connell, Holly Loft, Emma Erasmus, Tom Robertson.
Scraping the Sky: A Retreat Upwards (2014)
By Ben Allnatt, Declan Burn, Winston Dewhirst, and Tom Dobinson.
Digital Futures (2013)
By Simone Crane, Shiping Toohey, Jake Evill, Earl Stewart.
Glamping at Ngapotiki Reserve (2012)
By Jono Coates, Sarah Mokhtar, Daniel van Polanen, Tanya Mazurkiewicz , Michelle Hall.
First Light IN4MS (2012)
By Tobias Danielmeier.
Past projects gallery