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Thought and Practice
Course Code ARDN714
EFTS 0.1250
Points 15.00
Level 7
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Emphasises collaborative discursive practices with contemporary Pacific artists and thinking through various strategies that transforms traditional knowledge by reinterpreting and remaking Pacific concepts in order to invent new modes of expressions and the awareness of interconnecting Pacific stories and concepts. Explore notions of place and human relationships that connects with Pacific cosmologies, genealogies, and identity. The sessions will be carried out in talanoa (talk) of invited Pacific artists, designers, performers and architects talk about their practice. Talanoa sessions will take place in artists' studios. Students are expected to present a dossier on a chosen Pacific artist examining their practice and issues related to systems explored in the previous course papers in the series. An important aspect of the final assignment is a stated understanding of the Contemporary Pacific.
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  AK3619   Bachelor of Design Te Tohu Paetahi mō te Hoahoa   (BDes)
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