Greg Piper

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Senior Lecturer

Email: greg.piper@aut.ac.nz

ORCID: ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8352-6328

Academic appointments:

  • Senior Lecturer, AUT (1993 - ongoing)

Qualifications:

  • Master of Art and Design, AUT

Featured professional activities

  • Invitation to run design lecturer training in a Chinese university., Shanghai Detao Cluster of Cultural and Creative Industry (Group) Limited Corporation. (2015)

Research outputs:

Featured research outputs

  • Piper, G. (2019). Making in Bronze. Auckland, New zealand. Retrieved from https://www.northart.co.nz/exhibitions/upcoming

  • Piper, G. (2019). Nature's Voice (No. Of Pieces: Approx. 85x160mm/20xpieces/2x weeks) [Artefact]. NorthArt/Northcote/Auckland: Kaipatiki local Board/The Lion Foundation/Birkenhead Licencing Trust. Retrieved from https://www.northart.co.nz/exhibitions/gallery-1-2-3

  • Scheltema, E., Reay, S., & Piper, G. (2018). Visual representation of medical information: the importance of considering the end-user in the design of medical illustrations. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine, 41(1), 9-17. doi:10.1080/17453054.2018.1405724

  • Piper, G. (2017). Transforming studio experience: Introducing student-centred learning and communities of practice to new design-teaching staff in Shanghai. Art, Design and Communication in Higher Education, 16(2). doi:10.1386/adch.16.2.201_1

  • Piper, G. F. (2013). The visible and invisible in making: Reflecting on a personal practice. Studies in Material Thinking, 09(03). Retrieved from https://www.materialthinking.org/

Journal articles

  • Scheltema, E., Reay, S., & Piper, G. (2018). Visual representation of medical information: the importance of considering the end-user in the design of medical illustrations. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine, 41(1), 9-17. doi:10.1080/17453054.2018.1405724

  • Piper, G. (2017). Transforming studio experience: Introducing student-centred learning and communities of practice to new design-teaching staff in Shanghai. Art, Design and Communication in Higher Education, 16(2). doi:10.1386/adch.16.2.201_1

  • Piper, G. F. (2013). The visible and invisible in making: Reflecting on a personal practice. Studies in Material Thinking, 09(03). Retrieved from https://www.materialthinking.org/

  • Piper, G. (2007). Slaker. Gareth Williams. Chrysalis Seed Arts, (30). Retrieved from http://www.cs.org.nz/files/docs/cs%20arts%20jun%2008.pdf

Creative works

  • Piper, G. (2019). Nature's Voice (No. Of Pieces: Approx. 85x160mm/20xpieces/2x weeks) [Artefact]. NorthArt/Northcote/Auckland: Kaipatiki local Board/The Lion Foundation/Birkenhead Licencing Trust. Retrieved from https://www.northart.co.nz/exhibitions/gallery-1-2-3

  • Piper, G. F. (2011). Songs in Paradise[Lost] (No. Of Pieces: 1800 x 800 x 800mm. One piece.) [Artefact]. N/A.

  • Piper, G. (2010). Serving [Artefact].

  • Piper, G. (2010). Collusion [Artefact].

  • Piper, G. (2010). Token [Artefact].

  • Piper, G. (2010). Permission [Artefact].

  • Piper, G. (2010). Unwitting Collusion [Artefact]. Northcote. Auckland.

  • Piper, G. (2008). Presence of Wairua Tapu [Artefact].

  • Piper, G. (2006). E hara tenei i te korowai (this is not a cloak) [Artefact].

  • Piper, G. (2006). Sculpture in easter exhibition [Artefact].

  • Piper, G. (2005). Artwork / installation proposal for Business School, AUT [Artefact].

  • Piper, G. (2005). Works of art. Kitchen Artefacts [Artefact].

  • Piper, G. (2004). Design Proposal for Hyde Park London World War 2, NZ Memorial [Artefact].

  • Gilderdale, P., Ings, W., Rogers, P., Piper, G., & Brown, J. (2001). Points of Reference [Artefact]. Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Piper, G. (1999). Time Dancers [Artefact]. Auckland.

Conference contributions

  • Piper, G. F. (2012). The Invisible and Visible in Making. Reflection on a personal practice.. In Making. An international conference on materiality and knowledge.. Notodden.

Oral presentations

Other outputs

  • Piper, G. (2008). Applications for AUT Gallery use.