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Research from Green, David

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David Green

David.Green@op.ac.nz

David is an artist and Lecturer in Photography and Electronic Arts.

Research Outputs

Journal Article

Paulin, M., & Green, D. (2018) Mostly Harmless: Sharks we have met. Junctures Journal of Thematic Dialogue. 19: Oceans, December 2018.

Green, D. (2017) Emergence. Scope Contemporary Research Topics, Art and Design 13, 30-37.

Creative Work

Green, D. (2018) Emergence. Ashburton Art Gallery, 327 West Street, October.

Green, D. (2017) Tyger, Tyger. Art and Genetics was a group show made as a collaboration between the University of Otago and the Dunedin School of Art & Otago Museum exhibited at the Skinner Annex of the museum between the 4th and 16th of July 2017 in association with the Conference of the Genetics Society of Australasia. https://issuu.com/dunedinschoolofart/docs/art_and_genetics_2017_catalogue Page 15

Green, D. (2017) 1954. Site Specific Art Installation at 165 George Street Dunedin between 7-17 December 2017. This project was quality assured through criteria specified by the Urban Dream Brokerage. Documented

Green, D. (also known as Green, B. D.) (2017) Emergence. Installation (3 of 3) for examination of Master of Fine Arts at the Dunedin School of Art Gallery.

Green, D. (2017) Four untitled works Burnt by UV, Next Gallery Christchurch curated by Warren Feeney October 7-10 2017 https://www.op.ac.nz/about-us/news-and-events/item/2182

Green, D. (2016) Subluxation. Installation (2 0f 3) for Master of Fine Arts Exhibition at the DSA Gallery 4-8 April 2016, Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin. QA by examination.

Green, D., Mills, S. Rodger, C., Brundell, J., Watkins, B., and Brook, P. (2015) Embodied Earth. Art and Light Exhibition, Skinner Annex, Otago Musuem.

Green, ,D., Rodger, C. (2015) Light Drawing #17 Art and Light Exhibition Otago Museum Skinner Annex

Conference Contribution - Other

Green, D. (2017) Hodological Space and the 'Thickness' of Cinema Circuit Symposium, presented by CIRCUIT at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu on Saturday 26 August 10-4pm. https://www.circuit.org.nz/the-thickness-of-cinema

Conference Contribution - Published Paper

Green, D. (2017) Thickness' and Decentering Cinema: cinematic typologies. Chapter 7 in Williams, M. et al The Thickness of Cinema e-book. Published paper from Conference presentation, Circuit Symposium, the Thickness of Cinema, 26 August 2017, Christchurch Art Gallery.

Mills, S., D. Green, N. Longnecker, J. Brundell, C. J. Rodger, and P. Brook (2016) Embodied Earth: Experiencing Natural Phenomena. Embodied Earth: Experiencing Natural Phenomena, Conference Proceedings Image and Vision Computing New Zealand 2016.

Thesis – Masters/Doctoral

Green, D.(also known as Green, B. D.) (2017) Cascade. Master of Fine Arts thesis, Otago Polytechnic.

Chapter in Book

Green, D. (2017) Scientific Reification. Chapter 5 in Peter Stupples (Ed) Art and the Future, online preview 2017, imprint 1/02/2018, 65-80. http://www.cambridgescholars.com/download/sample/64280

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