Image © Cristobal Palma

Acclaimed architectural and urban landscape photographer and filmmaker Cristobal Palma will be speaking in Auckland.

Cristobal Palma will present the keynote presentation at the MOVING SPACES SYMPOSIUM

Fri 22 Sept, 6.00pm
Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design
24 Balfour Road, Parnell
Auckland, 1052
New Zealand

Cristobal Palma is an architectural photographer and filmmaker based in Santiago, Chile where he founded Estudio Palma.

Palma studied at the Architectural Association (AA) in London before practicing as a photographer focused primarily on architecture and urban landscapes. His editorial work includes commissions for: MonocleWireThe New York Times and Domus.

Selected solo exhibitions include Paisajes locales, AFA Gallery, Santiago (2009); Espacio continuo, AFA Gallery, Santiago, curated by Camilo Yañez (2012); Espacio continuo, ZavaletaLab, Buenos Aires (2013); Punto de vista, Galeria Tajamar, Santiago (2014); Espacio Continuo, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Santiago (2014); Construcción, Galeria XS, Santiago (2015).

In 2010 Palma began to produce short architectural films and his work has been shown in Canada, Colombia, Portugal and Italy. In 2012 Palma’s film work was presented at the Chile Pavilion at the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale: CANCHA. In 2013 his film Piling Up won ‘Best Architecture Short Film’ at ArqFilmFest in Santiago, Chile.


Moving Spaces is an interdisciplinary symposium that will bring together academics, practitioners and researchers to address the expanded field of architectural filmmaking

Sat 23 Sept, 9.30am – 5.00pm (at same location)

Symposium Speakers:

Louise Mackenzie – Cinecity Architectural Film Project, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia

‘Abject Nature: Haunting the modern city in Jacques Tati’s Play Time

Dr Andrew Denton – Head of Department: Postgraduate Studies at the School of Art and Design, at Auckland University of Technology, and a director at AUT’s App Lab.

‘Imperceptible Entities of Enormous Finitude: Cinematic Affects and Anthropocenic Cities’

Chris Brown + Dawid Wisniewski – senior visualisers, Warren & Mahoney Architects, Auckland, New Zealand

‘The Art of Visualisation from Virtual Reality to Architectural Film’

Professor Thomas Mical – Head of School, School of Art and Design, Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand

‘Architecture for Panoramic Hypermodernity’

Both the keynote talk and symposium and screening are free to attend but registration is necessary.

Places can be booked here:
Cristobal Palma keynote talk – Fri 22 Sept, 6pm
Symposium & Screening 22 – 23 Sept

For further information about Moving Spaces, please contact
David Cowlard:info@architecturalfilm.space

www.architecturalfilm.space
#mvgspaces17

David Cowlard
Lecturer
Photo Media Dept.

 

Reflex Figment _Massey University

reflex, figment Exhibition
Shannon Te Ao, Richard Bell, Stu Foster + Kura Puke, Karl Fritsch + Gavin Hipkins, Jeremy Millar, Dane Mitchell, Sally J. Morgan, Morgan + Richards, Anne Noble

2 – 18 September 2015
Opening Tuesday 1 September 2015, 7.30 pm

Engine Room
East End Block 1,
Massey University
63 Wallace Street, Entrance C

Curated by Heather Galbraith, in conjunction with the Triggering Memory symposium, 1–2 September 2015, a partnership between Massey University, Syracuse University and The Memory Waka.

Reflex, figment is supported by Whiti or Rehua School of Art, College of Creative Arts Toi Rauwharangi, Massey University.
 



Triggering Memory Symposium 2015_Massey University

A Massey University-Syracuse University-Memory Waka partnership presents the Triggering Memory Symposium to be held:
1-2 September 2015
The Pit, Te Ara Hihiko
College of Creative Arts
Massey University
Wellington, New Zealand.

Registration now available.

Triggering Memory Symposium 2015

What initiates the willed or involuntary process of recall when memories might be, as A. S. Byatt describes, “taken out, burnished, and contemplated”? Sensory experiences, places, objects, images, language, rituals, and therapy are some of the means by which memory is evoked. Distinguished speakers from a variety of fields in New Zealand representing Massey University, The University of Auckland, Te Papa, and AUT, will be joined by artists and scholars from Syracuse University, United States, to present their perspectives on ‘triggering memory’.

For full details including presenters list please refer [pdf] Triggery Memory_2015
To register please go to: https://triggering-memory-symposium.lilregie.com/

 

ROSEBANK

March 12th, 2013

ROSEBANK is a unique project demonstrating the power of art to build and bind a community. Invited artists collaborate  with the people, schools and businesses of one of Auckland’s oldest communities, Avondale’s Rosebank Rd, to share the stories interconnecting this distinctive place.


ROSEBANK – ARTIFACTS OF PLACE Exhibition

An exhibition of maps, texts, artifacts, photographs and moving images from the artwalk on Rosebank Peninsula.

*Preview: 5.00pm Saturday March 16th
Duration: Monday 18 March – Friday 29 March
Hours: Monday – Friday 9am to 4pm
Snowhite Gallery, Unitec, Building 1, Gate 1, Carrington Rd, Mt Albert

Artists: Kerryn McMurdo, Darryl Torckler, Brit Bunkley, Nina Patel, Rohan Bush, Kathy Waghorn, Lonnie Hutchinson, The Everyday Collective (Paul Woodruffe, Faye Norman, Ilse Marie Erl, Raewyn Graham), The Roots (Waikare Komene/Martin Leung-wai), Dr Craig Hilton, William Hsu/Nick Spratt, Matthew Bradbury/Grace Warne, John Pusateri, F4 Collective (Susan Jowsey and Marcus Williams with William Bardebes), Dr Julieanna Preston, Fiona Jack/Salome Tanuvasa, Janet Lilo, Haru Sameshima, Rachael Allan, David Austin and Pedro Ilgenfritz.

For full details view the Rosebank exhibition pdf

* Preview is part of the Auckland Arts Festival’s White Night programme


ROSEBANK – Artwalk

A free weekend of site-specific art events & installations along Rosebank Rd, Avondale.

WHERE: from Rosebank School to the West End Rowing Club
WHEN: Sat 23 Mar – Sun 24 Mar 10am to 5pm

For full details view the  Rosebank Artwalk pdf


ROSEBANK – CULTURAL CAPITAL AS AGENCY Symposium

This symposium explores the relationship between place, culture and social/economic development, including relevant narratives from the Rosebank Peninsula.

March 16th
Te Noho Kotahitanga Marae,
Gate 3, Unitec, Carrington Rd
Mt Albert

For full details view the  Rosebank Symposium pdf
Please note the RSVP date for symposium attendance has now passed.

The ROSEBANK Project

February 22nd, 2013

ROSEBANK

16 – 24 March 2013

Rosebank is a unique project demonstrating the power of art to build and bind a community.  Over 18 artists collaborate with the people and businesses of one of Auckland’s oldest communities, Avondale’s Rosebank Road, to share the stories interconnecting this distinctive place. Culminating with a weekend art walk and community events on Rosebank Road, Rosebank invites you to experience this neighbourhood through new eyes.

Programme of events and map are available here

Curator: Marcus Williams
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE

Rosebank: cultural capital as agency – a free public symposium
WHEN Sat 16 Mar 9.30am to 5pm
WHERE Te Noho Kotahitanga Marae, Unitec

Rosebank: artifacts of place – an exhibition
WHEN Mon 18 Mar – Mon 29 Mar
WHERE Snowhite Gallery
Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm

Rosebank Art Walk
WHEN Sat 23 Mar – Sun 24 Mar
10am to 5pm
WHERE Rosebank Road

Related links:
Snowhite Gallery, Unitec
Auckland Arts Festival