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William Bardebes

School of Creative Industries

Graduate supervision of completed theses/dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations supervised by William Bardebes as Principal Supervisor

Li, Qianyi (2021). Animating the future of urban transportation in Auckland: How can the practice of animation help to promote environmentally sustainable choices in urban transportation in Auckland / New Zealand? (Master of Creative Practice)
Hien, Pham Thi Minh (Helen) (2021). Communicating ethical messages in motion graphic design to Generation Z (Master of Creative Practice)

Masters theses or dissertations supervised by William Bardebes as Associate Supervisor

Kapa, Jaime (2020). Exploring whanau knowledge and hybridity through typographical design (Master of Creative Practice)
Li, Mengying (2019). Auckland 2017-2018 : a year in the life of an international student from Beijing (Master of Creative Practice)
Kudra, Carsten (2019). Looking through the eyes of others : an investigation into methodologies of 360 film making (Master of Design)


Kofoed, J., Principe, F., McLeod, A., Wilson, M., Bardebes, W., Kofoed Clayton, W., Martins de Oliveira, T., & Naulls, H. (2020). EECA Gen Less. Assembly Clemenger BBDO and Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority, Wellington, New Zealand.

Bardebes, W., & Woodruffe, P. (2019). Street: Stories of homelessness from the Merge community. Likewise Trust, Auckland, NZ.

Bardebes, W., & Smith, E. (2019). Animating absence - future disasters in art and architecture. Art Association of Australia and New Zealand (AAANZ) Conference 2019, The University of Auckland.

Bardebes, W., & Smith, E. (2018). New Atlantis (fragment). Whangarei, New Zealand, Geoff Wilson Gallery.

Woodruffe, P., & Bardebes, W. (2018). Little Theatre. Auckland, New Zealand, Part of 2018 Artweek.

Smith, E., & Bardebes, W. (2018). Autodemogogia 2018. Auckland, New Zealand, Auckland Festival of Photography, Gallery One.

Bardebes, W., Tan, L., Wilson, S., & McDonald, A. (2018). Visibility Paradigm: Public Panel Discussion. Auckland Festival of Photography, Auckland, New Zealand.

Bardebes, J.W., (exhibitor) (2017). Simple Complexity. T. Eccleston, N. Ivanoff, Demo Gallery.

King, Reece. (2016). Programme 1. TSB Wallace Arts Centre, Auckland, New Zealand.

Bardebes, J. W. (2013). Chance, Change, and Making Strange: The surprising Aesthetics of Electronic Interaction. Unitec, Auckland.