Collidescope 2017: Creative Technologies graduate exhibition

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Students from the WelTec Bachelor of Creative Technologies and the Graduate Diploma in Creative Technologies are proud to invite you to the culmination of their academic study showcased in their end of year graduate exhibition. The best of student work will be on show from a range of creative technology disciplines including visual arts, film, animation, graphic design, photography and interdisciplinary practice.

When: evening of 3 November to 13 November
Where: The Academy Galleries, 1 Queens Wharf, Wellington 

Student Work Examples

Amanda Smith
Wellington Walks (graphic design, photography)
Wellington Walks is an all-purpose fitness, information and educational app for all Wellingtonians and visitors to the capital city.

Xue Wang
Poor Wildlife (animation)
I have transposed the roles of humans and wild animals in my animation to bring attention to the need to treat wildlife with greater compassion.

Xue Wang Poor Wildlife

Xue Wang - Still from Poor Wildlife

Elise Vasta
Beauty in the Abandoned (photography)
This photographic series uses a 360 degree lens to document historical buildings that have now fallen into disrepair.

Krishna Konakanchi
Unconditional Identity (time-based media)
The experience of being Indian and living in New Zealand is explored in this short documentary that shows a variety of the temples, religions and rituals important in the Wellington Indian Community.

Kristine Chapman
Battle Suit (mixed media)
A suit of armour traditionally protects a body in battle. This battle suit crafted with recycled domestic tins is a metaphor representing the strategies women adopt to find value in a gendered, domestic setting.

kristine chapman battle suit 2017

Kristine Chapaman - Battle Suit (detail)

Therese Eberhard
The Reel Deal (graphic design)
This is a sample of my book The Reel Deal. In it I have created some vignettes to exhibit the amazingly talented individuals I work with in the film industry.


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