This exhibition is a matter of Life & Death. Life & Death will present designed outcomes by creative practitioners looking at both the life of an object: functionality, utility, cultural or social intent, speculation or experimentation – whilst in parallel putting equal emphasis on the death of the object: what happens to the object once it’s reached it’s end of life?
Contributors include Whiting Architects, Breathe Architecture, Jonathan Ben-Tovim, BMDO, Sarah Ceravolo, Thomas Coward, Derlot, Ash Allen and Morgan Doty, Alexi Freeman, Olive Gill-Hille, James Lemon, Dr Areli Avendano Franco, Dr Judith Glover, Dr Liam Fennessy, Dr Simon Lockrey and Jacylyn Pokrovsky, Lucy Jenkins & William Pattison, Kristoffer Paulsen, Seaweed Appreciation Society International and Long Prawn, Mark Richardson, Joshua Waït and Phoebe Richardson, Liane Rossler, Makiko Ryujin, Cordon Salon, Vert Design, Skeehan Studio, Flack Studio, ACV Studio, March Studio, Mycelium Studios and Matt Woods, Charlie White and Damien WrightLife & Death is supported by RMIT School Of Design and Design Anthology. Life & Death is part of Melbourne Design Week 2020, an initiative of the Victorian Government in collaboration with the NGV.
Exhibition dates: 22 - 25 July
Open from 3pm - 8pm
Meat Market Stables
2 Wreckyn Street
In collaboration with DeathTech Research Team, University of Melbourne
Curated by Elizabeth Hallam, University of Oxford, with the DeathTech Research Team, University of Melbourne.
Supported by Australian Research Council grants DP18010314 and LP180100757.
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