18 September – 7 November 2015
Yoko Akama / Andrew Brown / Laurens Boer and Jared Donovan / Bettina Bruder / David Carlin, Lukman Iwan, Adrian Miles, Reuben Stanton, Peta Tait, James Thom, Laurene Vaughan, Jeremy Yuille / Chicks on Speed (Alex Murray- Leslie and Melissa Logan) in collaboration with Kenneth Feinstein / Beck Davis, Raune Frankjaer, Sara Adhitya, Zoe Mahony and Tricia Flanagan / DesignInquiry / Timothy Kendall Edser / Tricia Flanagan / Bill Gaver, Mike Michael, Tobie Kerridge, Liliana Ovale, Matthew Plummer-Fernandez, Alex Wilkie and Jennifer Gabrys / Benedikt Groß / Brad Haylock / Joachim Halse, Eva Brandt, Brendon Clark and Thomas Binder / Natalie Jeremijenko (xCLINIC) and Tega Brain / Volker Kuchelmeister, Jeong Greaves, Laura Fisher and Jill Bennett / Katherine Moline / Sang Mun / Jason Nelson / Josh On/LittleSis.org / Tristan Schultz / Noam Toran / The Australian Bureau of Statistics, Leo Burnett Sydney, and Millipede Creative Development / Mitchell Whitelaw / Anouk Wipprecht
Design & Learning for Life: Care & Repair, 30 October 2015, 10 am – midday
What does it take to become a change agent? Queensland College of Art students discuss facing the future of a world in need of repair.
Curator's talk, 30 October 2015, 3 pm
Join Katherine Moline (UNSW), Peter Hall (QCA), Beck Davis (QCA), Laurene Vaughan (RMIT) and Brad Haylock (RMIT), for a tour of the exhibition Experimental Thinking/Design Practices.
Dr Katherine Moline, curator of Experimental Thinking, took part in an interview with ABC's Radio National on 1 November, during the last week of the exhibition at the Griffith University Art Gallery.
- Listen to the interview, focusing on Myths of the Near Future on ABC Radio National.