Antony Nevin

Antony Nevin

Senior lecturer, Ngā Pae Māhutonga - The School of Design

Antony Nevin is a multimedia interactive arts designer whose research investigates ways people experience place.  Using transdisciplinary methods, his current research explores ways people's experiences of institutional environments may be creatively transformed by interactive installations. 

  • Expertise

    Situated technology; installation; narrative; filmmaking; practice-based research methods.

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  • Research Highlights

    Belugas (2012)
    Exhibited at ISEA, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA; The Balloon Fiesta, Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum; IDEA, Perth, Australia; Fab8, Wellington, New Zealand; WGTN LUX, Wellington, New Zealand.
    Belugas is a participatory installation that transforms our experience of human interaction into another mode - one of visible light and movement. The installation investigates what Usman Haque calls 'the poetries of interaction': how people interact with each other and with a responsive environment. Belugas explores the potential of responsive environments to create surroundings that can act as mediating devices for social interaction.

    L.E.D Zeppelin (2011)
    Exhibited at WGTN LUX, Wellington, New Zealand.
    L.E.D Zeppelin is an installation that transforms the invisible electromagnetic field into another mode - that of visible light. This takes place using the electromagnetic fields generated through mobile phone use. The installation aims to make visible something that is invisible, yet has become a major part of the contemporary landscape.

    Lightbox (2009)
    Exhibited at The Science Gallery, Dublin, Ireland; NORDES: Engaging Artifacts, AHO, Oslo, Norway; BLOW Festival, Wellington, New Zealand.
    Lightbox is an installation that appears to relocate the Southern Hemisphere’s Aurora Austalis to the northern hemisphere. It uses dynamic data sourced from Antarctica and a purpose built giant walk-in camera obscura. The Lightbox project was created in partnership with Antarctica New Zealand, the American NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and Anthony Powell (McMurdo Station).

  • Qualifications

    PGDip (RMIT)
    MA (RMIT)