PRAGUE QUADRENNIAL, NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION

AHUA O TE RANGI NZPQ15

Temporary exhibition design for the New Zealand contribution to PQ15 (Prague Performance and Scenography Quadrennial) Prague, CZ

Contributions : Spatial design, digital fabrication and lighting system design.

Awarded: Best Award New Zealand

 

 
 

Audio-visual performance, noirlac abbey, france

SONG, STING, SWARM

A dialogue between saxophonist and swarm. Enveloping the space; light and projection interact live their song. Conceived in New Zealand, performed in the Abbaye de Noirlac, Bruère-Allichamps, France.

Contributions: Spatial design, Live audio-visual (VJ) generation, technical design.

Conceived and Directed : Anne Noble
Saxophonist : Hayden Chrisholm
Spatial / Interactive Design : Stuart Foster

 
 

car park sized housing, concept project

FREE{ }SPACE Dwelling

Concept Brief : Design a residential dwelling which meets all New Zealand Housing requirements whilst fitting within the footprint of a standard car park.

Self-assigned and designed as part of undergraduate work.

 
 

spatial intervention, concept theater

CHRONIC(AL) INTERCEPT

In a single gesture a section is cut from the un-used structure along Berlin’s Spree - forming both atrium and stage.

A eulogy and evolution of Gordon Matta-Clark's Conical Intersect (1975). This fictitious concept proposal was created in response in the 2015 OISTAT competition brief.

Designed as part of undergraduate work.

 
 

lighting installation, LUX light festival

STRETCHING LIGHT

Stretching Light was generated through the motion capture of less than a second of a dancers movement. The para-metrically designed tensile structure was consisted of a aluminium tube held in tension with steal cable and rod. Electro-luminescent wire was woven through the frame.

The piece was installed as part of LUX 2017 and was created in collaboration with Samuel Lewis.

Contributions : Design, fabrication and installation.

 

 
 

University campus redesign

CO-Focalize

Massey University College of Creative Arts (CoCA) campus redesign.

Brief: To redesign the campus in a way which reflects design practice as we see it in the future - an integration of disciplines. Practically this resulted in ‘bridging’ the spaces between the design Blocks.

Designed as part of undergraduate work.