New Ways to Talk to A City
Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Realities
Tane is a senior lecturer in Interdisciplinary digital design technologies at the Wellington School of Architecture. His teaching area spans the realm of representation with a focus on the use, development and assessment of digital design tools.
His work has been exhibited in shows such as ‘Built Fabric’ (Toi Poneke 2010), Digital Fields (Common Ground, 2015) and Digital Biophilia (Letting Space, 2015) He has developed and co/developed curatorial works for institutions, academic fora and public realms, such as Immersive Realities (The National Museum of New Zealand, 2017), Immersive Legacies (Museum of Wellington, 2019) Intelligent and Informed – (CAADRIA2019, NZ), In the forest with the trees we made (Design in the Anthropocene, 2020, TL) and An Architecture of the Sea - (Ars Electronica 2020, AT).
He will describe how his research provides new avenues for understanding, inhabiting and engaging with the city as a designer, a citizen and a creator.