Melbourne Design Week in Geelong – Vital Signs: An Interactive Exhibition
14 March - 24 March
This series of installations asks us to stop for a moment and consider a range of alternative, possible, and plausible design futures for Geelong. This exhibition consists of three key installations designed to contribute to the conversation around Geelong’s ‘Clever and Creative’ future:
A virtual, real time media installation presenting a series of “What If?” scenarios as the city moves beyond 2050. Presented at Geelong Library & Heritage Centre
A digital exhibition presented alongside Eugene Von Guérard’s original 1856 painting View of Geelong. Presented at Geelong Gallery (55 Little Malop St)
An interactive experience featuring a range of key projects including spatial modelling, mixed reality and responsive environments. Presented at Geelong Library & Heritage Centre
This series is presented in partnership with the City of Greater Geelong and Deakin University’s School of Architecture and Built Environment. Melbourne Design Week is an initiative of the Victorian Government.