table of contents

anti-po-des 2:1

table of contents

1 pages 1-10

Architectural Design as a Laboratory for Social Innovation:
The Fun Palace Story

Dr Lubomir Popov

2 pages 11-23

Creating culture in a colonial context:
fine art at the 1865 New Zealand Exhibition

Dr Rebecca Rice

3 pages 24-34

Mapping a Nation:
New Zealand’s relationship with its cartographic form

Donald Preston

4 pages 35-45

Mobile AR—creating augmented experiences

Max R.C. Schleser and Gaby David

5 pages 46-57

Reflecting on the Future of Design Education in 21st Century India:
Towards a paradigm shift in Design Foundation

Indrani De Parker

authors

Dr Lubomir Popov
Lubomir Popov is an Associate Professor in the Interior Design Program, Bowling Green State University, Ohio, U.S.A. He holds Ph.D. degrees in Sociology and Architecture. His research examines sociocultural aspects of built environment. Currently he is exploring a wide range of related areas that include philosophy of space, sociospatial interactions, social design, user culture, and human activity.

Dr. Popov is a Fellow of Design Research Society (DRS). He has published three related monographs: Facility Programming as Sociospatial Planning (1999), The Culture of Facility Programming Clients (2001) and The Architecture Student Culture (2003).

Dr Lubomir Popov
Associate Professor in Interior Design,
College of Education and Human Development,
School of Family and Consumer Sciences,
Bowling Green State University,
Bowling Green, Ohio,
U.S.A.
lspopov@bgsu.edu

Dr Rebecca Rice
Rice was awarded her PhD titled The state collections of colonial New Zealand art: intertwined histories of collecting and display, in 2010. Until recently she lectured in Art History at Victoria University of Wellington, where she also managed the University Art Collection. She has recently taken up the role of Curator, Historical New Zealand Art at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Rice contributed to Early New Zealand Photography: Images and Essays, Angela Wanhalla and Erika Wolf (eds), Dunedin: Otago University Press, 2011, and has written for the collection publications of both Auckland Art Gallery and the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.

Dr Rebecca Rice
Curator, Historical New Zealand Art,
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa,
Wellington,
New Zealand
rebecca.rice@tepapa.govt.nz

Donald Preston
Donald Preston is a designer and educator with a research interest in the visual expression of national identity, cultural narrative and signification. His research focus on New Zealand’s historic and contemporary cartographic representation provides a fresh and unique approach to issues of identity and cultural expression. Donald primarily teaches graphic design, contextual studies and illustration.

Donald Preston
Lecturer in Visual Communications,
The School of Design—Nga Pae Māhutonga,
College of Creative Arts—Toi Rauwharangi
Massey University—Tu Kinenga Ki Purehuroa
Wellington,
New Zealand
D.B.Preston@massey.ac.nz

Dr Max Schleser
Max Schleser is a filmmaker who explores mobile devices as creative and educational tools. His portfolio includes various experimental and collaborative documentary projects, screened at film and new media festivals internationally. Before joining Massey University, he lectured at the University of East London and the Limkokwing University of Creative Technology in London and Kuala Lumpur.

Max’s films are reviewed in Cinemascope and Vague Terrain. He is referred to as a pioneer and leading practitioner of mobile phone filmmaking and is featured in The Next Web Magazine’s “Disconnect: The Future of Mobile” issue. He has conceptualized and conducted numerous mobile filmmaking workshops with 21cc, the educational link of the BBC, local councils, community groups and film festivals in London, Ekaterinburg, New York, Wellington and Auckland.

Max curates the International Mobile Innovation Screening, and in collaboration with the New Zealand Film Archive, he produced the International Mobile Innovation DVD. He co-founded the international mobile creative network FILMOBILE and MINA, the Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa.

Publications include the Journal of Media Practice, VJ theory, Culture Visuelle, HZ Journal, a chapter on Mobile Creativity in the Mobile Learning: Pilot Projects and Initiative book, and a chapter on Collaborative Mobile Phone Film Making in the Handbook of Participatory Video. He is reviewer for the Journal of Creative Technology and Informing Science Press, a member of the Informing Science Institute and has worked on mobile media consultancy projects for Nokia and Frontier Strategy.

Dr Max R. C. Schleser
Major Coordinator, VCD/Digital Media,
The School of Design—Nga Pae Māhutonga,
College of Creative Arts—Toi Rauwharangi
Massey University—Tu Kinenga Ki Purehuroa
Wellington,
New Zealand
M.Schleser@massey.ac.nz

Gaby David
Gaby David is a Uruguayan scholar and artist living in Paris. She holds a Masters degree in Fine Arts and is completing a PhD in Visual Cultural Studies, at the Laboratoire d’Histoire Visuelle Contemporaine (Lhivic), from the “Arts et images” department of the EHESS, École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales.

At the Lhivic—and since its creation in 2009—she is part of the editorial Advisory Board of Culture Visuelle, the first French social media teaching and research platform, where she holds her blog Corazonada and co-directs the methodological seminar for PhD candidates. Her thesis in Mobile Studies focuses on Mobile images and the genesis of their international cultural and social impact, role, and increasing legitimation.

Gaby’s portfolio includes many dance-theatre performances and numerous art exhibitions. She participated in the French National Research Association’s project on the state of the arts in the digital era. Her scholarly work has been disseminated through international conferences such as, Engagement and Exposure-Budapest, 2nd Digital Cultures-Manchester, HITI Sorbonne-Paris, and Chinese University of Hong Kong, among others, and in seminars centred on the visual mobile mediascape.

Gaby David
PhD Candidate,
Laboratoire d’Histoire Visuelle Contemporanie–Lhivic,
Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales–EHESS,
Paris,
France
david@lhivic.org

Indrani De Parker
Indrani De Parker is a Communication Design Consultant and Educationist. Her area of research is Design Education, with special reference to India’s situation and to Design Foundation. She teaches both undergraduate and post graduate level students, as well as having been Visiting Faculty at four New Delhi design schools, since 2000. She has also acted as a consultant in curriculum development and faculty training, in India, and as a Jury Member of design projects, in various areas of design.

Currently Indrani is a PhD Scholar in Mumbai, India. Papers presented at international conferences include ‘Global Product Development’, IIT Madras, Chennai, India, January 2013; ‘Uncertainty, Contradiction and Value’ in Contemporary Design Research, Education and/or Practice, Bangkok, July 2012; and ‘Collaborative Connect between the Rural and Urban in Design Education: A Case Study Towards A Paradigm Shift In Design Foundation In 21st Century India’, at the 5th International Rural Network World Forum on Rural and Remote Resilience—Making the Priorities Possible, Whyalla, South Australia, September 2012.

Indrani De Parker
PhD Scholar at IDC—Industrial Design Centre,
IITB—Indian Institute of Technology Bombay,
Mumbai,
India