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Distinguished Professor Anne Noble

Distinguished Professor

School of Art

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 2 11

Research Outputs

Journal

Fleming, JS., Gibson, R., Harris, B., Morgan, S., Noble, A., O'Keeffe, K., . . . Gander, P. (2011). The 'waking incubator': Exploring the interface between the performing arts and the science of sleep. International Journal of Science in Society. 2(3), 291-308 Retrieved from http://ijy.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.187/prod.144
[Journal article]Authored by: Gander, P., Gibson, R., Morgan, S., Noble, A., O'Keeffe, K.
Noble, AL. (2008). Mapping place. Scholar and Feminist Web Journal - Fall edition Gender on Ice. 7.1(Fall 2008), 5-5
[Journal article]Authored by: Noble, A.
Lunn, M., & Noble, A. (2008). Re-visioning science "Love and Passion in the Scientific Imagination": Art and science. International Journal of Science Education. 30(6), 793-805
[Journal article]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL., & Sullivan, DA. (2007). Antarctica: Terra incognito. New Zealand Journal of Photography. 65, 4-4
[Journal article]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2007). Antarctica translated [photographic essay]. A Public Space. 4, 138-141 Retrieved from http://www.apublicspace.org/back_issues/issue_4/toc/
[Journal article]Authored by: Noble, A.

Book

Noble, A.(2017). No Vertical Song. Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Contemporary Photography
[Authored Book]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2014). BITCH IN SLIPPERS. In Broken – Environmental Photography. (pp. 131 - 145). : Featuring texts by seminal environmental photographers and theorists, Liz Wells, Mark Klett, Kate Palmer Albers, Colin Westerbeck, Chris Wainwright and Anne Noble, BROKEN re-evaluates early environmental photography and investigates new ways of experiencing and visualising landscapes in an interdisciplinary context. Art and Theory Publishing, Stockholm, Sweeden
[Chapter]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A.(2013). THE LAST ROAD. New Zealand: Clouds Publishing Ltd
[Authored Book]Authored by: Noble, A.
Manhire, B., Noble, A., Meehan, H., & Griffin, H.(2012). THESE ROUGH NOTES. : Victoria University Press [Book]. Te Papa Tongarewa [Performances]. Poems by Bill Manhire, photographs by Anne Noble and music by Norman Meehan performed with Hannah Griffin, a chamber group with live projection by Anne Noble
[Authored Book]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A.(2011). Ice blink: An Antarctic imaginary. Auckland, New Zealand: Clouds
[Authored Book]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A., & Barret, P. (2011). Antarctica: Terra Nullius?. In S. Jerram, & D. McKinnon (Eds.) Now Future Dialogues Tomorrow. (pp. 11 - 41). Wellington New Zealand: Now Future
[Chapter]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A.(2011). Spoolhenge Antarctica. Plymouth, Devon United Kingdom: University of Plymouth Press
[Authored Book]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2010). Anne Noble (Photographic essay). In H. Scott, & A. Shelton (Eds.) Sightseeing. (pp. 1 - 7). Auckland, NZ: Rim Books
[Chapter]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL., Mehzoud, SA., & Jensen, LE. (2008). Antarctic shopping party: Southern lights - Antarctic collectibles. In D. Hannah, & O. Harslof (Eds.) Performance Design. (pp. 105 - 113). Denmark: Museum Tusculanum Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Jensen, L., Noble, A.
Noble, AL.(2007). Ruby's Room. Paris: Editions Nicolas Chaudun and musee du quai Branly
[Authored Book]Authored by: Noble, A.

Creative Work

Noble, A. (2017) Race to the Pole Re-enactment. [Exhibition] IMAS Gallery, Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, UTAS, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2017) PHANTASM. [Exhibition] IMAS GALLERY, Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A., & BROWN, A. (2017) 'whiteout whitenoise' (3). [Exhibition] IMAS / Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies Gallery, HOBART, Tasmania, Australia
[Artwork]Authored by: Brown, A., Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2017, March 24). NO VERTICAL SONG (2). (No. of Pieces: 14) [Photography and Video installation comprising: NO VERTICAL SONG The Dead Bee Portraits. #1, #2, #3, #5, #6, #7, #9, #11, #13 250mm X 340mm. EIDOLON #3, #6. 3D acrylic prints of bees created with reference to the photographic images. 100mm X 100mm X 60mm. REVERIE Video. 8min 54sec]. Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Australia, & St Marks Church, Fitzroy. Art+Climage=Change, 2017 International festival of climate change related art and ideas.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2017) REVERIE. [Exhibition] St Mark's Church, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Australia
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Ellingsen D, ., David, P, ., Halso, I, ., Kopp, N, ., Noble, A, ., & Powell, E, . (2017, July 1). GUARDIANS II: BEES 'n TREES. (No. of Pieces: 11) [Photography]. Natuurmuseum, Frysian, Netherlands.
[Exhibition]Contributed to by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2017, September 23). UMBRA. (No. of Pieces: 22) [7 photograms 3000mm X 1000mm, 8 photograms 1800mm X 600mm and 6 white resin 3D prints of bees 100mm X 100mm X 60mm.]. TWO ROOMS Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand. 23 September - 22 October 2017.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A., & Brown, A. (2017) WHITEOUT WHITENOISE. [Exhibition] PROJECT SPACE SPARE ROOM
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2017) REVERIE. [Exhibition] St Marks Church, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Australia. CLIMARTE FESTIVAL 2017
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A., & Brown, A. (2016). whiteout, whitenoise. Penang, Malaysia
[Design]Authored by: Brown, A., Noble, A.Contributed to by: Brown, A.
Noble, A. (2016) BRUISSEMENT – Bee Wing Photograms #11, #12. [Exhibition] [3200mm x 1100mm]. Selected by curator Geoffrey Batchen for inclusion in EMANATIONS, a global survey of cameraless photography. The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery / Len Lye Centre, New Plymouth, New Zealand. 29 April - 14 August 2016
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2016) Dead Bee Portraits # 2, #7, #13,. [Exhibition] Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch, New Zealand
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2016) Bruissement #10 and Bruissement #11. [Exhibition] Centre for Contemporary Art, Christchurch, New Zealand
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2016, June 4). ABEILLE ABBAYE: A CABINET OF CURIOSITY. (No. of Pieces: 6) [A multi-media installation comprising: a photographic cabinet with a live colony of bees inside it, a suite of photograms made with the wings of dead bees, two video works 2.00min and 8.54min, a catalogue in the form of a newspaper, and a suite of branded products and artefacts]. Abbaye de Noirlac, France. 4 June - 6 November 2016.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2016) Touch Memory. [Exhibition] Syracuse Gallery of Art
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A., & Brown, A. (2016, August 15). WHITEOUT WHITENOISE. [A multi-media installation including photographs and texts as suites of concertina pages (each page 253mm X 213mm), a riddle and a book box. WHITEOUT #1–#40 images of Antarctic light and illusory space. Pigment prints on matte paper. WHITENOISE #1–#60 excerpts from fiction and non-fiction sources that include metaphorical uses of the word white. The box is included in the exhibition as the vessel for the work]. Obscura International Festival of Photography, Penang, Malaysia.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Brown, A., Noble, A.
Noble, A., Chisholm, H., & Foster, S. (2016). SONG STING SWARM. (A 58min performance work comprising a visual score of edited video and composite images [NOBLE], interactive projection and light [FOSTER], a monastic bee chorus created from hive recordings and ambient hive sounds [NOBLE], solo improvisation with voice, saxophone, and shruti box and sung verses from Georgics IV, Virgil's latin poem to bees, to nature and to human labour [CHISHOLM]) SONG STING SWARM: Abbaye de Noirlac, France
[Performance]Authored by: Noble, A.
Te Ao, S., Bell, R., Foster, S., Puke, K., Fritsch, K., Hipkins, G., . . . Noble, A. (2016, May 18). Trigger Points 2016, Syracuse University, New York. Palitz Gallery, Syracuse University, New York.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A., Te Ao, S.Contributed to by: Te Ao, S.
Noble, A. (2015) SPECTREGRAPH #09, SPECTREGRAPH #10. [Exhibition] [Two photograms, selected for inclusion in the exhibition, The Alchemists: Rediscovering Photography in the Age of the Jpeg. Digital pigment prints, 3200mm x 1100mm]. Australian Centre For Photography, Sydney, Australia. 30 October - 6 December 2015
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2015) Spectregraphs #1–#3. [Exhibition] Hendon Gallery, Antioch College, Ohio, USA
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2015, May 28). NO VERTICAL SONG (1). (No. of Pieces: 16) [Photographs and 3D resin prints]. Two Rooms Gallery, Auckland.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2014, September 30). BITCH IN SLIPPERS. (No. of Pieces: 43) [Photography]. Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2014, February 4). NATURE STUDY. (No. of Pieces: 14) Bartley and Company Art, Wellington, New Zealand. 4 February - 28 February 2014.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Meehan, N., Manhire, B., Noble, A., & Griffin, H. (2014). These Rough Notes. (Live performance) These Rough Notes: An Evocation of Research: Sky City Convention Centre
[Performance]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2013, February 27). WHITE SHADOW WHITE SHINE. (No. of Pieces: 20) [includes the work ‘Phantasm’ – a grid of 12 images,1800mm X 3200mm, ‘Had We Lived…’ a sequence of 5 portraits of Scott and his men, made from a degraded reproduction, 600mm X 800mm and ‘Nieves Penitentes’ a series of photographs of fumeroles taken on the top of Mt Erebus in Antarctica]. Stills Gallery, Sydney, Australia. 27 February - 13 April 2013.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2013, November 8). SECURING THE SHADOW. (No. of Pieces: 8) [5 prints [180mm X 135mm], 1 print [1000mm X 1200mm] and an artist's book of 18 images in concertina form – 130mm X 4500mm]. McNamara Gallery, Whanganui, New Zealand. 8 - 29 November 2013.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2012, March 27). Nieves Penitentes. (No. of Pieces: 15) [Photography]. Bartley and Company Art.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Manhire, B., Noble, A., Meehan, N., & Griffin, H. (2012). These Rough Notes: An Evocation of Antarctica. (Photographs, Music, Poetry, Voice) These Rough Notes: An Evocation of Antarctica: New Zealand Ice Fest, Christchurch. Soundings Theatre, Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington
[Performance]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2012) WHITE NOISE #1, #2, #3, #4, #5. [Exhibition] [Five photographs of Antarctic roadworks, 750mm x 1000mm]. Selected for inclusion in the group exhibition, ANTARCTICA curated by Nancy Sever, Tony Oates and Dr Caroline Turner. Drill Hall Gallery, ANU, Canberra, Australia. 24 May - 1 July 2012
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A., Jones, L., & Maxey, S. (2012, February 24). Bitch in slippers. (No. of Pieces: 13) [Mixed Media installation, photographs, postcards, text]. City Gallery, Wellington.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2012, November 30). Song Sting Swarm. (No. of Pieces: 18) [Photographs]. Two Rooms Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A., Jones, L., & Maxey, S. (2012, February 24). BITCH IN SLIPPERS. (No. of Pieces: 13) [Installation comprising 4 X 5 metre mural photograph of a stack of cable spools at the South Pole, 10 photographic prints of trucks with girls names, 10,000 take-away postcards of Antarctic trucks, a 10 X 5 metre rendering in vinyl of a hand written letter to ‘Misty’ [one of the trucks of Antarctica]. Letter by writer Lloyd Jones, hand written typography by Sarah Maxey. Commissioned for the 2012 International Festival of the Arts.]. City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand. 24 February - 6 April 2012.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2011) In the Manner of a Dream / As a Matter of Fact. [Exhibition] World Sleep Conference, Kyoto International Conference Centre
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2011) 1000 Waking Bees. [Exhibition] World Sleep Conference, Kyoto International Conference Centre
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Gibson, R., & Noble, A. (2011) NIGHT WATCH. [Exhibition] World Sleep Conference, Kyoto International Conference Centre
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2011, May 20). SPOOLHENGE: SOUTH POLE ANTARCTICA. (No. of Pieces: 5) [Spoolhenge #1, #2 and #3. Three mural size prints, 4000cm X 2000cm]. Cube3 Gallery, Peninsula Arts, University of Plymouth.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2011, May 19). Spoolhenge. [Photographic Exhibition]. University of Plymouth, United Kingdom.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Gillam, J., Noble, A., & Yates, A. (2011). Placemakers. [Curated exhibition]. The Engine Room, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand (17 Mar - 9 Apr).
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2010) Spoolhenge #1. [Exhibition] Connells Bay Sculpture Park, Waiheke Island
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2010, August 18). At the end of the earth. (No. of Pieces: 37) [35 photographic images. One work comprising a grid of 27 photographs 7000mm X 2000mm and a suite of eight photographs 1000mm X 796mm]. Stills Gallery, Sydney (18 Aug - 25 Sep).
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2009). Included in 'Antarctica: Joyce Campbell, Anne Noble and Connie Samaras'. [Photographic exhibition]. The Gus Fisher Gallery, The University of Auckland, New Zealand (8 May - 20 Jun).
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2009, November 3). THE COLOUR OF GOLD. (No. of Pieces: 6) Bartley + Company Art.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2009) Flying invisible. [Exhibition] Included in 'SEND Two Rooms, Auckland, NZ
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2009) Send. [Exhibition] Two Rooms, 16 Putiki Street, Newton, Auckland
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2009) Antarctica. [Exhibition] The Gus Fisher Gallery, 74 Shortland Street, Auckland
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Banner, F., Browne, M., Dwyer, M., Noble, AL., Nolan, R., & O'Connor, D. (2009) Send. [Exhibition] Two Rooms, 16 Putiki Street, Newton, Auckland
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2008). Ice blink: Antarctic photographs. [12 photographs 1000mm X 756mm and 15 photographs 300mm X 200]. Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, VIC, Australia (12 Sept - 25 Oct).
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2007, December 1). ANTARCTICA: On thin ice. (No. of Pieces: 4) [Two photographs 1000mm X 756 and two photographs 796mm X 500mm]. United Nations, New York.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A.(2007). Antarctic Waters, 2006. [Three minute video loop]. Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland, 09 Jun 2007 - 14 Jul 2007
[Film or Video]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2007, October 30). ANNE NOBLE - Ruby's Room. (No. of Pieces: 30) [30 Photographs 1500mm X 1200mm Pigment on Paper]. Musee du Quai Branly, Paris, France.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2007). Of landscape and longing. Two Rooms, Auckland, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2007) Moving Still. [Exhibition] Gus Fisher Gallery, Auckland, NZ
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2007) Antarctica. [Exhibition] Pitzer Campus Galleries, Claremont, CA
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2007) Our Fathers. [Exhibition] McNamara Gallery, Wanganui, NZ
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2006) Deception Island, Antarctica; Antarctica, Discovery Museum, Dundee, Scotland. [Exhibition] Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Vic
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2006). White lantern. Stills Gallery, Paddington, NSW.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2006). Southern lights. Christchurch Art Gallery, Christchurch, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL., & Lunn, MS. (2002). Revisioning science: Photographs and stories from the scientific imagination [Artefact]. : Wellington, NZ
[Artefact]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A., & Brown, A.'whiteout whitenoise' (2). [Exhibition] Project Space Spare Room Gallery, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia
[Artwork]Authored by: Brown, A., Noble, A.
Noble, A., Scoones, R., Wirz Justice, A., & Niemitz, A.Still Moving (An Abandoned Experiment). [Exhibition] 35th Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Society of Neuroscience and Behaviour, Cahambu, Brazil
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A.Antarctic Waters, 2008. [Exhibition] Gus Fisher Gallery, University of Auckland
[Artwork]Authored by: Noble, A.

Conference

Noble, A. (2017, July). RETURN OF THE SWATHE. Presented at SMALL URBAN: NEW ZEALAND INSTITUTE OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS ANNUAL CONFERENCE. Wellington.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2017, July). EYES ON ANTARCTICA: Towards a Critical Imaginary for an Environment at Risk. Presented at Depths and Surfaces . http://antarctica-hasseg.com/biennial-conference-2017/. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2016, August). BREAKING ICE Dialogues between art and science in a climate of change. Presented at ACE CRC Symposium 2016. CLIMATE SCIENCE FOR AUSTRALIA'S FUTURE. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2015, April). SONG STING SWARM: Eco-poetics for a Future World. Presented at "Environmental Photography and Humanities: Contributions to Research and Awareness". Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2015, March). ANTARCTICA: From 'Whiteout' to 'Bitch in Slippers'. Presented at 2015 SPE NATIONAL CONFERENCE: Climate, Equity and Community in Photography. New Orleans.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2015). ANTARCTICA: From 'Whiteout' to 'Bitch in Slippers'. In https://guidebook.com/guide/27974/event/10037659/, 2015 SPE National Conference: Climate, Equity and Community in Photography
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2014, September). IN MY FATHER'S GARDEN. Presented at Art and Mortality. Australia National University and The National Gallery of Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2013, April). These Rough Notes : An Antarctic Re-Photographic Project. Presented at Environmental Photography. University of Gothenburg.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2012, July). Piss poles, Antarctica, 2008. Presented at Together <> Apart AAANZ Conference, 2012. University of Sydney.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2012, June). Antarctica: At the end of the earth. Presented at TALKING CULTURE: Climate Change and Environmental Photography. Aotea Centre, Auckland.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2011, June). Antarctica - At the end of the earth. Presented at No Man's Land: The 2011 Land/Water Summer Symposium. University of Plymouth, United Kingdom.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2010, June). ICE BLINK: PHOTOGRAPHING ANTARCTICA. Presented at Antarctic Visions: Cultural Perspectives on the Southern Continent. University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2009). White lantern : Light time and space on the polar plateau. (pp. 12 - 12). , Framing Time and Place: Repeats and Returns in Photography
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Noble, A.
Lunn, MS., & Noble, AL. (2005). A mobile exhibition for science promotion. (pp. 35 - 36). , Association for Women in Sciences 5th National Conference: 'Science Fever' Hamilton, NZ: Association for Women in Sciences NZ
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Noble, A.
Lunn, MS., & Noble, AL. (2005). A mobile exhibition for science promotion. Poster session presented at the meeting of 5th National Conference of the Association for Women in the Sciences. University of Waikato, Hamilton, NZ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Noble, A.
Lunn, MS., & Noble, AL. (2005, April). Re-visioning science: Photography and stories from the scientific imagination: A model for participative photographic design research. Presented at Te Whakatere Arts Conference 2005. Massey University College of Education, Palmerston North, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Lunn, MS., & Noble, AL. (2002, July). Communicating science: image, media and women. Presented at 4th Association for Women in Science (AWIS) New Zealand Conference. Auckland, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL., & Lunn, MS. (2002). Re-visioning science: love and passion in the scientific imagination. Poster session presented at the meeting of Smash Palace: Where the Arts and Sciences Meet?. Alan MacDiarmid Centre, Lower Hutt, NZ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A., & Robinson, C.(2000, September). For the love of the people: Participatory design in a community context. COLLABORATIVE DESIGN. (pp. 81 - 91).
[Conference]Authored by: Noble, A., Robinson, C.

Other

Noble, A., Kalisolaite, U., & Te Ao, S. (2017, February). Activist and political art: dispossession, society, and environment.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A., Te Ao, S.Contributed to by: Noble, A.
Noble, A., & Howden-Chapman, P. (2017, February). Art and Public Health in dialogue. Presented at Otago Medical School, Wellington.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2017, February). Activist and political art: dispossession, society, and environment.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2017, February). ART AND SCIENCE IN DIALOGUE.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2015, February). Artist's Floor Talk.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2014). CHRISTCHURCH CHRISTMAS. (pp. 193 - 198). [Photographic essay] Edited by author Lloyd Jones
[Other]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2014, July). Whiteout #1 - #40. Presented at Port Clyde, Maine.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2014). In Search of an Ecological Sublime.
[Other]Authored by: Noble, A.Contributed to by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2014, April). In Search of an Ecological Sublime. Presented at A public lecture presented by the Centre for Contemporary Photography, Tuscon in collaboration with the School of Art and the Institute of the Environment.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2014, April). From Antarctica to the Honey Bee: In Search of an Ecological Sublime. Presented at Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, USA.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2014). PHOTOQUAI 2013: Fourth Biennale of Photography. (pp. 60 - 61). Musée du Quai Branly/Actes Sud; Bilingual edition
[Other]Edited by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2013, April). Anne Noble: Artist's talk. Presented at Gold Coast City Art Gallery.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A., & Jones L, . (2012, February). Bitch in slippers. Presented at Wellington. : City Gallery Wellington.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2012, September). Whiteout. Presented at Centre For Contemporary Photography, Melbourne Australia. : CCP Melbourne Australia.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2012, September). Imagining Antarctica. Presented at Christchurch International Ice Festival. : Christchurch Art Gallery.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A., Bennewith, C., Signal, T., & Anderson, A. (2012, April). Science of art - twin engines of creativity. Presented at Palmerston North. : Te Manawa Museum of Art Science and History.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2012, May). Antarctica. Presented at ANU. : Drill Hall Gallery, ANU, Canberra.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2012, October). Reflections on Martha Rosler's 'The Bowery in two inadequate descriptive systems.. : Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2012, April). Antarctica: Terra Nullius. Presented at Gold Coast City Gallery.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2011). James K. Lowe: In an Honest World. Musée du quai Branly
[Other]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, A. (2011, June). Public Lecture: Anne Noble. In Public, faculty, postgraduate students. Presented at University College Falmouth, England.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL. (2009). Joyce Campbell.
[Other]Authored by: Noble, A.
Cross, DA., Noble, AL., Shelton, AM., Morris, SM., Leach, ML., & Patrick, MR. (2009). Research presentation. Presented at Wellington, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Morris, S., Noble, A., Patrick, M., Shelton, A.
Noble, AL. (2007). Of landscape and longing - photographing Antarctica. Presented at Wellington, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL., & Lunn, MS. (2002). Women engineers. Fisher and Paykel Appliances
[Other]Authored by: Noble, A.
Lunn, MS., & Noble, AL. (2002, May). Revisioning science: floating love and passion in the scientific imagination. : New Zealand Association of Crown Health Institutes Inc.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Noble, A.
Noble, AL., & Lunn, MS. (2002). Revisioning science: floating love and passion in the scientific imagination. (pp. 1 - 2). Environmental Science Research Limited
[Other]Authored by: Noble, A.

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

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Completed Doctoral Supervision

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  • 2016 - Mizuho Nishioka - Doctor of Philosophy
    A String of Data: disrupting, altering and generating the photographic image

Media and Links

Media

  • 21 Feb 2015 - Magazine, Online
    A Conversation with Anne Noble
    Occula Magazine: Kate Brettkelly-Chalmers – A Conversation with New Zealand Artist Anne Noble –
  • 20 Jun 2015 - Radio
    Anne Noble and Tom Hoyle – Photography and Science
    Kim Hill talks with photographer Anne Noble and her assistant Tom Hoyle about photographing of DNA sampling events for the Allan Wilson Centre, for a project that considers the histories of scientific
  • 19 Feb 2012 - Radio
    ARTS ON SUNDAY with Lyn Freeman
    Interview about the book, Anne Noble - ICEBLINK: AN ANTARCTIC IMAGINARY.
  • 18 Sep 2014 - Radio
    Art and Mortality
    ABC Radio, Australia. Books and Arts with Michael Cathcart.
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    UPBEAT with Eva Radich
    Interview about the City Gallery exhibition, BITCH IN SLIPPERS
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    ABC World Today Interview

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