Professor Frances Joseph

Professor

Email: frances.joseph@aut.ac.nz

ORCID: ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4033-2304

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Academic appointments:

  • Director, Colab (2008 - 2017)
  • Director, Textile and Design Lab (2006 - ongoing)
  • Head of Postgraduate Study, AUT (1997 - 2005)

Qualifications:

  • PhD, Auckland University of Technology
  • MFA, COFA, University of NSW

Overview:

Frances Joseph is Professor of Material Futures and Director of the Textile and Design Laboratory at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) New Zealand. She studied visual art at the University of Tasmania, majoring in sculpture, and worked professionally as an artist and designer for puppetry and large scale public performances. Frances has an MFA from the University of New South Wales and a PhD from Auckland University of Technology. Her research focus on materiality and textility, involves areas of e-textiles, fabric structures, sustainability, interdisciplinary collaboration and creative practice. She teaches in design research methodology, material futures, and the history and philosophy of technology. Frances has supervised some 45 Masters and 6 PhD projects to completion across the schools of Art and Design, Engineering and Creative Technologies in scientific, artistic and interdisciplinary research topics.

Research interests:

My research is concerned with materiality, making and place Informed by new materialist frameworks, Within an expanded field of textiles as complex material and cultural systems, my current work investigates notions of textility, defined by Ingold (2010) as the interconnection and weaving together of material flows comprising the lifeworld . This inquiry has included areas of intra-action, mediation and performativity through practice- led and phenomenological inquiry. This work has drawn from my background as a sculptor, engaged with materials and structures; a designer for puppetry and public performance working with embodiment and interaction; a producer for public events and theatre, building interdisciplinary teams; and as a designer and creative technologist using new technologies including animatronics, culturally oriented computational ontologies, interactive and digital textile technologies. I am interested in both theoretical and applied areas of smart textiles research, and work in both artistic and functional areas of application.

Research outputs:

Featured research outputs

  • Joseph, F. (2017). Redressing perspectives: Mediation, embodiment and materiality in digital fashion and textiles. NECSUS : European Journal of Media Studies, #Dress(Autumn 2017). Retrieved from https://necsus-ejms.org/

  • Joseph, F., Smitheram, M., & Kalyanji, J. (2016). Fluid Materialities: Physical and digital modes of textile making. Making Futures, 4. Retrieved from http://makingfutures.plymouthart.ac.uk/media/75714/fj_ms_jk.pdf

  • Joseph, F., Smith, A., & Kalyanji, J. (2014). New Dimensions in Knit Design. In The Power of Fashion, 2014 IFFTI Conference. Tokyo.

Journal articles

  • Lin, X., Seet, B. -C., Joseph, F., & Li, E. (2018). Flexible Fractal Electromagnetic Bandgap for Millimeter-Wave Wearable Antennas. IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, 17(7). doi:10.1109/LAWP.2018.2842109

  • Joseph, F. (2017). Redressing perspectives: Mediation, embodiment and materiality in digital fashion and textiles. NECSUS : European Journal of Media Studies, #Dress(Autumn 2017). Retrieved from https://necsus-ejms.org/

  • Joseph, F., Smitheram, M., Cleveland, D., Stephen, C., & Fisher, H. (2017). Digital materiality, embodied practices and fashionable interactions in the design of soft wearable technologies. International Journal of Design, 11(3). Retrieved from http://www.ijdesign.org/

  • Joseph, F., Smitheram, M., & Kalyanji, J. (2016). Fluid Materialities: Physical and digital modes of textile making. Making Futures, 4. Retrieved from http://makingfutures.plymouthart.ac.uk/media/75714/fj_ms_jk.pdf

  • McLaren, R., Joseph, F., Baguley, C., & Taylor, D. (2016). A review of e-textiles in neurological rehabilitation: How close are we?. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 13(Jun). doi:10.1186/s12984-016-0167-0

  • Otter, S. J., Rome, K., Ihaka, B., South, A., Smith, M., Gupta, A., . . . Heslop, P. (2015). Protective socks for people with diabetes: A systematic review and narrative analysis. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research. doi:10.1186/s13047-015-0068-7

  • Otter, S., Rome, K., Ihaka, B., South, A., Smith, M., Gupta, A., . . . Heslop, P. (2015). Protective socks for people with diabetes: A systematic review and narrative analysis. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, 8. doi:10.1186/s13047-015-0068-7

  • Joseph, F. (2013). Collaborative Registers of Interactive Art. Leondardo.

  • Kalyanji, J., & Joseph, F. (2013). Machine-crafted: Investigating form and aesthetics in the seamless knit environment as a sustainable textile design practice. Making Futures on line Journal, 3(Interfaces between craft knowledge and design: new opportunities for social innovation and sustainable practice). Retrieved from http://makingfutures.plymouthart.ac.uk/journalvol3/index.html

  • Joseph, F. (2013). Collaborative making: Developing expressive e-textiles for dance. Studies in Material Thinking, 9(August 2013). Retrieved from https://www.materialthinking.org/

  • Joseph, F., Hugain-Lacirre, N., & Ziegler, V. (2012). Digital Art Live: Exploring the Aesthetics of Interactivity. Journal of Creative Technologies, (3). Retrieved from http://journal.colab.org.nz/

  • Kasabov, N., Jain, V., Benuskova, L., Gottgtroy, P. C. M., & Joseph, F. (2008). Integration of brain-gene ontology and simulation systems for learning, modelling and discovery. Studies in Computational Intelligence, 85.

  • Kasabov, N., Jain, V., Gottgtroy, P. C. M., Benuskova, L., & Joseph, F. (2007). Brain gene ontology and simulation system (BGOS) for a better understanding of the brain. Cybernetics and Systems: An International Journal, 38. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01969720701344277

  • Joseph Frances. (2003). Three days in Beijing: A report of the international graphic design education forum (IGEF). Prodesign: Official Journal of the Designers Institute of New Zealand, (63).

  • Joseph., Frances., & Lu. (2001). New Zealand Graphic Design History Project. Retrieved from http://www.nzda.ac.nz/graphics

  • Joseph, F., & Fox, A. (2001). Nobby Clark: Picturing Auckland in Time. PRODESiGN, (52).

  • Joseph Frances. (2001). Provocative Exhibition. PRODESiGN, (54).

  • Joseph Frances. (2001). The New Zealand Design Archives: Digital Resource Building and Design History. Journal of Design History, 14(3).

Creative works

  • Smitheram, M., & Joseph, F. (2019). Performing Ecologies of Dress (No. Of Pieces: 7 m x 2.8 m/94 pieces/) [Artefact]. Deakin University, Burwood Campus, Searby Studio Space, Victoria, Australia: Body of Knowledge: Art and Embodied Cognition Conference. Retrieved from https://deakin365-my.sharepoint.com/

  • Joseph, F., & Allen, M. (2014). Evolving E-Textiles Thinking (No. Of Pieces: ) [Artefact]. Auckland University of Technology: Textile and Design Lab, AUT. Retrieved from https://www.tdl.aut.ac.nz/

  • Fraser, A. R., Joseph, F., Smitheram, M., & Chan Villi, Y. (2013). Domestic Camouflage [Artefact].

  • Joseph, F., Charlton, J., & Hutchesson, D. (2011). Digitally Augmented Gallery Guide [Artefact]. Cnr Wellesley and. Retrieved from http://www.listener.co.nz/culture/art/auckland-art-gallery-reopens/

  • Hugain-Lacire, N., Joseph, F., & Barnett, S. (2011). Digital Art Live Project and Exhibition Programme [Artefact]. Auckland: The Edge. Retrieved from http://dal.colab.org.nz/

  • Joseph, F., Merritt, D., Karaitiana, R., Mousdale, C., Ings, W., Gilderdale, P., . . . Wardrop, S. (1999). The New Zealand Graphic Design Archive (No. Of Pieces: ) [Artefact]. Auckland: School of Art & Design, Auckland Institute of Technology.

Book chapters

  • Lin, X., Seet, B. -C., & Joseph, F. (2017). Wireless sensing systems for body area networks. In S. C. Mukhopadhyay, K. Jayasundera, & A. Swain (Eds.), Sensors for everyday life: Biomedical applications (pp. 221-239). Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-47319-2_11

  • Joseph, F. (2012). Economies of interaction. In A. Hagoort, A. Thomassen, & R. Kooyman (Eds.), Pioneering minds: On the entrepreneurial principles of the cultural and creative industries (pp. 134-137). Delft, Netherlands and Chicago,‎ Illinois: Eburon Delft and Chicago University Press.

  • Kasabov, N., Jain, V., Benuskova, L., Gottgtroy, P., & Joseph, F. (2008). Integration of brain-gene ontology and simulation systems for learning, modelling and discovery. In Computational Intelligence in Medical Informatics (pp. 211-233). Berlin: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-75767-2_11

  • Glamuzina, J., Mousdale, C., Joseph, F., & Yiakmis, K. (2002). Long life graphics. In J. Glamuzina, F. Joseph, & K. Yiakmis (Eds.), Sound design: An exhibition of music graphics from the UK and NZ (pp. 10-12). New Zealand Design Archives ; British Council.

Conference contributions

  • Li, E., Lin, X., Seet, B. -C., Joseph, F., & Neville, J. (2019). Low Profile and Low Cost Textile Smart Mat for Step Pressure Sensing and Position Mapping. In IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference. Auckland: IEEE. Retrieved from http://imtc.ieee-ims.org/

  • Smitheram, M., & Joseph, F. (2019). Performing Embodied Territories of Dress. In BoK 2019: Body of Knowledge: Art and Embodied Cognition (pp. 29). Melbourne: Deakin University. Retrieved from https://blogs.deakin.edu.au/bok2019/program/

  • Joseph, F. (2018). Extending Antipodean Textility. In Knitting the Gap: Textiles meets Architecture meets Textiles. Nottingham: ArchInTex Network. Retrieved from https://www.ntu.ac.uk/

  • Joseph, F., & Smitheram, M. (2018). Addressing Place. In DESIGNA 2018 Territory Programme and Book of Abstracts (pp. 38). Covihlã: Unidade de Investigação, LABCOM. IFP. Universidade de Beira Interior. Retrieved from http://www.designa.ubi.pt/ficheiros/D2018%20BA%20miolo.pdf

  • Smitheram, M., & Joseph, F. (2018). Making With: Hybrid Practices in the development of new forms of intra-active dress. In Hybrid Labs Symposium, The Third Renewable Futures Conference. Espoo: Aalto University. Retrieved from http://hybridlabs.aalto.fi/

  • Lin, X., Seet, B. -C., & Joseph, F. (2018). Accuracy of Dielectric Material Characterization at Millimeter-wave. In Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE Asia-Pacific Conference on Antennas and Propagation (APCAP). Auckland. doi:10.1109/APCAP.2018.8538153

  • Lin, X., Seet, B. -C., & Joseph, F. (2018). Wearable Humidity Sensing Antenna for BAN Applications over 5G Networks. In 2018 IEEE 19th Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference (WAMICON) (pp. 5 pages). Sand Key, FL: IEEE. doi:10.1109/WAMICON.2018.8396055

  • Joseph, F. (2016). Sapient textiles: Materiality, dediation and embodiment. In A Body of Knowledge: Embodied Cognition and the Arts. University of California. Retrieved from http://sites.uci.edu/bok2016/

  • Reilly, L. (2015). The shift from 3D body scanned data to the physical world.. In Shapeshifting: A Conference on Transformative Paradigms of Fashion and Textile Design. Auckland: http://aut.researchgateway.ac.nz/handle/10292/8553. Retrieved from http://aut.researchgateway.ac.nz/handle/10292/8564

  • Joseph, F., & Kalyanji, J. (2015). Fluid Materialities: Physical and digital modes of textile making. In Making Futures. Plymouth.

  • Lin, X., Seet, B. -C., & Joseph, F. (2015). Fabric antenna with body temperature sensing for BAN applications over 5G wireless systems. In 2015 9th International Conference on Sensing Technology (ICST) (pp. 591-595). Auckland: IEEE.

  • McMaster, S., & Joseph, F. (2014). Smart Knit Structures for Bio monitoring: Configuration and Contact. In The 43rd Textiles Research Conference. Christchurch.

  • Joseph, F., & Heslop, P. (2014). Advancing E-Textile research and development capability through cross disciplinary collaboration. In The 43rd Textiles Research Conference. Christchurch.

  • Smitheram, M. (2014). Remediation: Digital textile morphs. In Shapeshifting: A Conference on Transformative Paradigms of Fashion and Textile Design (pp. 74-75). Auckland. Retrieved from http://aut.researchgateway.ac.nz/handle/10292/8553

  • Joseph, F., & Heslop, P. (2014). Enabling Design and Business Innovation through New Textile Technologies. In Shapeshifting: Transformative Paradigms of Fashion and Textiles. Auckland.

  • Joseph, F., Smith, A., & Kalyanji, J. (2014). New Dimensions in Knit Design. In The Power of Fashion, 2014 IFFTI Conference. Tokyo.

  • Kalyanji, J., & Joseph, F. (2013). Machine-Crafted: Investigating form and aesthetics in the seamless knit environment as a sustainable textile design practice. In Accepted Abstracts, Making Futures 3 Conference. Plymouth: Plymouth College of Art. Retrieved from http://makingfutures.plymouthart.ac.uk/mf3.php?pageID=11

  • Joseph, F. (2013). Collaborative registers of interactive art. In Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium of Electronic Art, ISEA2013, Sydney (pp. 3 pages). Sydney: ISEA International, the Australian Network for Art & Technology and the University of Sydney. Retrieved from http://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/handle/2123/9475

  • Joseph, F. (2012). Collaborative making: The Development of E-Textiles for Dance Costumes. In Book of Abstracts: Making An International Conference on Materiality and Making (pp. 72). Notodden: Telmark University College and The Nordic research network.

  • Bliss, S. R., & Joseph, F. (2012). Communicating Through Food: An Analysis of the Design of the Covers of Cuisine Magazine as they relate to the Development of Gastronomic Identity in New Zealand. In International Conference on Designing Food and Designing for Food. Conference Proceedings (pp. 22 pages). London: London Metropolitan University. Retrieved from http://www.fooddesign2012.com/cgi-bin/download.cgi

  • Bliss, S., & Joseph, F. (2012). Communicating through food: An analysis of the design of the covers of Cuisine Magazine as they relate to the development of culinary identity in New Zealand. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Designing Food and Designing For Food 2012 (pp. 315-336). London: London Metropolitan University and The International Food Design Society. Retrieved from http://www.fooddesign2012.com/#/proceedings/4567064270

  • Joseph, F. (2012). Collaborative Making: Developing e-textiles for dance. In Making. An International Conference on Materiality and Knowledge. Notodden.

  • Joseph, F. (2011). Methodological Pluralism or Specialisation: Evaluating approaches to research training. In Pre-Proceedings of DED 2011. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Retrieved from http://www.sd.polyu.edu.hk/DocEduDesign2011/proceeding.php

  • Potter, E., Joseph, F., & Rasch, I. (2011). Pasifika Visualisation Project: Communication Strategies for Educational Information. In ANZAAE 2011 Conference Hamilton. Hamilton.

  • Potter, E., Rasch, I., & Joseph, F. (2011). Pasifika Visualisation Project: Communication Strategies for Educational Frameworks. In ANZAAE 2011. Hamilton.

  • Joseph, F. (2011). Engaging Dynamics. In The Proceedings of ISEA2011 Istanbul. Istanbul.

  • Fraser, A., Joseph, F., & Cie, C. (2010). Future Professionals: The teaching of digital textile design. In Fashion: Sustainability and Creativity, International Foundation of Fashion Technology Institutes (IFFTI). Taipei: Department of Textiles & Clothing, Human Ecology College, Fu Jen Catholic University.

  • Fraser, A., Joseph, F., & Cie, C. (2010). Future Professionals: The teaching of digital textile design. In Fashion: Sustainability and Creativity, International Foundation of Fashion Technology Institutes (IFFTI). Taipei: Department of Textiles & Clothing, Human Ecology College, Fu Jen Catholic University.

  • Joseph, F., & Hutchesson, D. (2010). Spaces of Interaction: Be Aware, Audience at Play!. In Createworld 2010 Conference. Brisbane.

  • Fraser, A., Joseph, F., & Cie, C. (2010). Future Professionals: The Teaching of Digital Textile Design. In Fashion: Sustainability and Creativity Conference Proceedings 2010, International Foundation of Fashion Technology Institutes (IFFTI (pp. 518-527). Taiwan.

  • Joseph, F. (2010). Reading the Tea Leaves: patterns of theorisation about design research. In Proceedings of Design and Complexity, DRS 2010 Conference. : Universtity of Montreol and DRS.

  • Cie, C., & Joseph, F. (2010). New Dimensions: Sustainability in digital design and print for textiles. In Proceedings of Sustainability in Design: Now, LeNS (Learning Network on Sustainability) Conference. Bangalore.

  • Walker, C., Kasabov, N., & Joseph, F. (2009). Visualising Creativity/ Creative Visualisation. In Superhuman Conference. Melbourne.

  • Joseph, F., & Cie, C. (2009). Re-distributed Thinking: Paradigmatic shifts in textile design technologies and methodologies. In Cumulus 2009 Conference. Melbourne.

  • Joseph, F., & Cie, C. (2009). Re-distributed Thinking: Paradigmatic shifts in textile design technologies and methodologies. In Cumulus 2009 Conference. Melbourne.

  • Lawler Dormer, D., & Joseph, F. (2008). Communities of Inquiry: The development of Co-Lab, Aotearoa, New Zealand. In Proceedings of ISEA2008 (pp. 299-310). Singapore.

  • Joseph, F., Niemcyzk, L., & Reilly, L. (2008). Where We Fit: Body Sizing and Standards from Industrial to Digital Contexts. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual IFFTI Conference. Melbourne.

  • Joseph, F. (2008). Design Research and Domain Representation. In Proceedings of the Design Research Society Conference 2008 (pp. 141/1-141/15). Sheffield. U.K.

  • Kasabov, N., Jain, V., Gottgtroy, P. C. M., Benuskova, L., Wysoski, S. G., & Joseph, F. (2007). Evolving Brain-Gene Ontology System (EBGOS): Towards Integrating Bioinformatics and Neuroinformatics Data to Facilitate Discoveries. In Proceedings of International Joint Conference on Neural Networks. Orlando, Florida.

  • Joseph, F., Reilly, L., Smith, M., & Heslop, P. (2007). The Textile and Design Laboratory: A New Zealand Textile innovation pilot initiative. In AUTEX Conference 2007. University of Tampere.

  • Joseph, F., Niemcyzck, L., & Reily, L. (2007). Where we fit?. In Where We Fit: Body Measuring and Modelling Technologies for Fashion Forum. Auckland.

  • Joseph, F. (2007). Design research and computational intelligence. In Techno-Praxis, 2007 AUT Postgraduate Conference. Auckland.

  • Jain, V., Kasabov, N., Gottgtroy, P., Benuskova, L., & Joseph, F. (2007). Brain gene ontology (BGO): Tool to facilitate education and research in neuroinformatics area. In Fifth New Zealand Computer Science Research Student Conference (NZCSRSC (pp. 262-265). Hamilton.

  • Evans Mikellis, S., Fraser, A., Joseph, F., & Heslop, P. (2007). Going Digital: Innovation through new design, print and knit technologies. In 2007 Fashion Industry New Zealand (FINZ) Education Conference. Wellington.

  • Kasabov, N., Jain, V., Gottgtroy, P. C. M., Benuskova, L., & Joseph, F. (2006). Brain-Gene Ontology: Integrating Bioinformatics and Neuroinformatics Data, Information and Knowledge to Enable Discoveries.. In HIS 2006. : IEEE Computer Society. Retrieved from http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/HIS.2006.15

  • Jackson, M., Joseph, F., & Yap, L. (2005). Doctor of Design: Capability Development Through Work-Based Learning. In Doctoral Education in Design Vol. One (pp. 91-104). Arizona State University, Tempa, Arizona: College of Design,Arizona State University.

  • Fitchett, D., Joseph, F., & Lu, W. (2005). Community & Communication: Rethinking the crit session via online delivery. In Te Whakatere Navigating with the Arts in the Pacific, ANZAAE. Massey University.

  • Giard, J., Jackson, M., Joseph, F., Pijawka, D., & Yap, L. (2005). Doctor of Design: Capability Development Through Work-Based Learning. In Unknown Conference (pp. 91-104). : College of Design,Arizona State University.

  • Fitchett, D. C., Joseph, F., & Lu, W. (2005). Community & Communication: Rethinking the crit session via online delivery. In Te Whakatere Navigating with the Arts in the Pacific, ANZAAE. Massey University.

  • Joseph Frances. (2003). Design research: Design collection. In Connecting, Collecting and Creating Knowledge: Libraries, Archives and Research in the 21st Century. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington.

  • Joseph Frances. (2003). Navigating design and its histories. In Survey: Current art and design research and practice within Australian tertiary art and design schools: ACUADS (Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools) Annual 2003 Conference. University of Tasmania, Hobart.

  • Joseph Frances. (2003). Picturing Auckland in time: Place, community and change in the work of graphic artist Nobby Clark. In Between Empires: Communication, Globalisation and Identity [Conference]. Auckland University of Technology, Auckland.

  • Joseph, F. (2003). Design research: Some problems of definition and method. In Proceedings of the National Design Research Symposium (pp. 36-40). : The Conference.

  • Joseph Frances. (2002). Past into future: Local graphic design education forum. In International Graphic Design Education Forum. . Retrieved from http://www.designedu.org/

  • Joseph Frances. (2002). Towards a memotechne of design. In Designing Britain 1945-1975 Conference. Brighton.

  • Joseph Frances. (2001). The Digital Collection. In Digitisation and Knowledge. Auckland University of Technology.

  • Joseph Francis. (2000). Pieces of a Jigsaw: The Influences of Digital Archiving Methods on the Construction of New Zealand Design History.. In Digital Resources in the Humanities Conference. Sheffield.

  • Joseph, F. (1999). Design History in the Virtual Classroom: Digital Archives for Teaching, Learning and Research. In 1999 Design in Education Council of Australia Conference. Sydney.

Edited books/volumes

  • Joseph, F., Smith, A. E., Smitheram, M., & Hamon, J. (2015). Shapeshifting: A conference on transformative paradigms of fashion and textile design. Auckland, New Zealand: Textile and Design Laboratory / Colab, Auckland University of Technology. Retrieved from http://aut.researchgateway.ac.nz/handle/10292/8553

  • Glamuzina, K., Joseph, F., & Yiakmis, K. (2002). Sound design: An exhibition of music graphics from the UK and NZ. Auckland: New Zealand Design Archives ; British Council.

Reports

  • Joseph, F. (2009). TDL Report to TEC.

Software

  • Lu, W., Joseph, F., & Jackson, M. (2003). ADORe [Computer Software]. Auckland: Auckland University of Technology http://www.adore.aut.ac.nz/. Retrieved from http://www.adore.aut.ac.nz/

Theses

  • Cleveland, D. (2018). Transformational Cloth: Weaving the Undervalued Threads of Textile Waste into a Value Added Change Model. (Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10292/12002

  • Smitheram, M. (2017). The hand of the cloth: An ontological and aesthetic unfolding through digital and virtual materiality. (Auckland University of Technology). Retrieved from https://aut.researchgateway.ac.nz/handle/10292/10621

  • Smitheram, M. (2013). The Superfluous and the Ephemeral: Consumerism, globalisation and future fashion systems. (Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10292/5594

  • Reilly, L. (2010). City Centered Cycling. (Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand). Retrieved from http://aut.researchgateway.ac.nz/handle/10292/895?mode=full

  • Joseph, F. (2010). Mnemotechne of Design — Ontology and Design Research Theories. (Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand).

Oral presentations

  • Joseph, F. (2017). Smart Textiles for Sports Performance. AUckland, NZ..

  • Joseph, F. (2016). Sapient Textiles : Materiality, Mediation and Embodiment. University of California, Irvine. Retrieved from http://sites.uci.edu/bok2016/

  • Joseph, F. (2016). Techtonics: Creative Technologies, Disciplinary Disruption and Innovation in Aotearoa New Zealand. Paris, Frances.

  • Joseph, F. (2014). Smart Knitted textiles for Theraputic Interaction. Copenhagen, Denmark.

  • Joseph, F. (2014). Innovation Through Design and New Textile Technologies. Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, USA.

  • Joseph, F. (2013). Dynamic Textiles Project: Research in collaboration with industry. Ronse, Belgium. Retrieved from http://arcintex.hb.se/uploads/images/pdf/ArcInTex-PROGRAM-TIO3-2013.pdf

  • Joseph, F. (2013). The Textile and Design Laboratory. Loughborough UK.

  • Joseph, F., Hugain LaCirre, N., Silver, H., & Newall, K. (2013). POP:Share Round #2 Foster and develop an interactive art community. AUT Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.thebigidea.co.nz/

  • Joseph, F., & Heslop, P. (2012). Textile and Design Lab Case Studies. Auckland, NZ.

  • Potter, E., Joseph, F., & Rasch, I. (2011). Pasifika Visualisation Project: Communication Strategies for Educational Information. Hamilton. Retrieved from http://anzaaeconference2011.org.nz/programme.aspx

  • Joseph, F., & Heslop, P. (2011). Textile and Design Lab Case Studies in Knit Design. AUT, Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.aut.ac.nz/news/aut-news/2011/april/knitting,-but-not-as-we-knew-it

  • Joseph, F. (2011). Design, Research, Design Research and Research Design. Dunedin.

  • Joseph, F., & Heslop, P. (2010). Case Studies in Textile Design Innovation. AUT, Auckland.

  • Joseph, F. (2006). Mirage, Oasis or River: Problems and Possibilities of Virtual Design Archives. Tshwane, South Africa. Retrieved from http://www.icograda.org/education/education/articles150.htm

Other outputs

  • Lin, X., Seet, B. -C., & Joseph, F. (2016). Fine-pitch surface component mounting on screen-printed fabric circuits. In Electronics Letters (Iss. 12). IET. doi:10.1049/el.2016.1044

  • Newall, K., & Joseph, F. (2014). Engaging Creatures: Understanding AR Through Making.. In Conference Workshop. NordiChi 2014 Conference.

  • Smitheram, M., Smith, M., Joseph, F., & Hamon, J. (2014). Shapeshifting, A Conference on the Transformative Paradigms of Fashion and Textile Design. Book of Abstracts.. In Conference Abstracts. Auckland University of Technology. Retrieved from http://www.shapeshifting.aut.ac.nz/programme/

  • Joseph, F. (2011). Report on Needs and Potential of Motion Capture Capability Development for Research and Development, Education and Industry Capability Building in Auckland. CoLab.

  • Eyles, J., Lu, W., Fitchett, D., & Joseph, F. (2005). Art and Design Postgraduate Network: Supporting the flexible delivery of postgraduate courses in the visual literacies of art and design. Retrieved from http://adpgn.aut.ac.nz/moodle/course/view.php?id=57

  • Eyles, J., Fitchett, D., Joseph, F., & Lu, W. (2005). ADPGN: The Art & Design Postgraduate Network. Flexible Learning System and Pedagogy. Retrieved from http://www.adpgn.aut.ac.nz/

  • Eyles, J., Fitchett, D. C., Joseph, F., & Lu, W. (2005). ADPGN: The Art & Design Postgraduate Network. Flexible Learning System and Pedagogy. Retrieved from http://www.adpgn.aut.ac.nz/

  • Joseph, F., Joseph, B., Merritt, D., Fraser, A., Clarkson, J., Fox., . . . Mousdale, C. (2000). The New Zealand Design Archives Website (NZGDA).

  • Fraser, A., Joseph, F., Clarkson, J., West, N., & Joseph, B. (1999). Patterns of Identity: Textiles in Aotearoa http://www.textiles.org.nz. Patterns of Identity: Textiles in Aotearoa, School of Art and Design, AUT University, Auckland, New Zeland. Retrieved from http://www.textiles.org.nz/index.html

  • Joseph, F. (1999). Research & Creativity & Teaching & Knowledge. In Good Teacher Magazine.

  • Joseph, F., Fraser, A., Clarkson, J., West, N., & Joseph, B. (1999). Patterns of Identity: Textiles in Aotearoa. School of Art & Design, Auckland Institute of Technology. Retrieved from http://www.textiles.org.nz/