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List of Illustrations Fig. I,

Lorie Novak, Fragments. 1987. Colour photograph 16 ½ x 22”: Courtesy of the artist. From Searching for Memory, the brain, the mind and the past. Schacter, D.(1996). New York: Basic Books.

Fig. 2.

Anne Noble. Untitled. 2001. Type C colour print, dimensions unknown. From Anne Noble: States of Grace, Paton, J. (2001). Wellington:Victoria University Press.

Fig. 3,

Hussein Chalayan. After Words. 2000. Fashion collection. From The Fashion of Architecture. Quinn, B. (2003). Oxford: Berg.

Fig. 4,

Hussein Chalayan. After Words. 2000. Fashion collection. From The Fashion of Architecture. Quinn, B. (2003). Oxford: Berg.

Fig. 5,

Eran Shakine, Hadassah. 1992. Collage, oil and varnish on plywood, 12 x 16”: Courtesy of the artist. From Searching for Memory, the brain, the mind and the past. Schacter, D. (1996). New York: Basic Books.

Fig. 6,

Last Stand. 2-D to 3-D progression. 2005. Photographs courtesy of Thomas McQuillan

Fig. 7.

Burning land/Last stand print. 2005. Detail - not actual size.

Fig. 8.

Tourist/Wallpaper print. 2005. Detail – not actual size.

Fig. 9.

Last Stand – flat. Burning Land/Last Stand side up. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan

Fig. 10. 2D to 3D progression. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan Fig. 11. Detail. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan Fig. 12. Detail of front. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan Fig. 13. Detail of Tuis. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan Fig. 14. Detail of jacket. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan Fig. 15. Detail of embellishment. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan Fig. 16. First Son. 2005. 2-D to 3-D progression. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan Fig. 17. First Son print. 2005. Detail – not actual size. Fig. 18. Precarious/Chair print. 2005. Detail – not actual size Fig. 19. What Are You – A Man or a Myth? – flat. Precarious/Chair side up. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan Fig. 20. 2D to 3D progression. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan Fig. 21. Detail. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan Fig. 22. Detail of back. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan Fig. 23. Detail of back. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan Fig. 24. Button detail. Photograph courtesy of Thomas McQuillan

First Son: Memory and Myth, an adjustment of faith  

First Son is an exploration of cultural change in New Zealand from the 1940s till the 1980susing textiles as medium for communication. It ai...

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