Andrew is a Senior Lecturer in Theory & Design at the School of Architecture and Planning. He previously taught Spatial Design at the School of Art + Design at Auckland University of Technology. He is a member of the TurnSpace Collective, and an Executive Editor of Interstices: Journal of Architecture and Related Arts. He currently chairs the enigma: he aupiki Trust and is a trustee on the Greg Bowron Trust. He has practiced architecture in both Auckland and London and has pursued postgraduate studies at the University of Auckland and Goldsmiths, University of London. His research ranges across fields associated with urban and Greek philosophy and history, aspects of Continental philosophy—particularly the work of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari—critical perspectives on socio-spatial practice, and gender and sexuality as these pertain to literature, cinema, and the urban imaginary. His doctoral research investigated observation and reflectivity in modernity via accounts of walking in European urbanism since the seventeenth century. His current research includes the role of effect in emerging forms of publicness and governance, colonial-urban formations in New Zealand, and philosophies of image and imagination.
- Duration & theorizations of heritage
- Urban shared spaces: affect & political dimensions
- The teaching pedagogies related to special theorization