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Re:Code Artist Talk with Troy Innocent – MKW18

When:

Fri 11 May 2018, 2:00pm–3:00pm

Where: Meat Market, 5 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • GA - includes carbon offset + bf: $4.79
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Why see an exhibition when you can play it for yourself?

Decode Re:Code, Troy Innocent’s latest exhibition, in this interactive artist talk. Get a chance to live play the exhibition, experiencing the sculpture, animation, images, and sound of Re:Code while its creator is right there with you. Hear Innocent talk about his practice, which reimagines the world in playful ways. Learn about mixed realities, urban codemaking, and playable cities from an artist who’s transformed Melbourne into a living lab.

Troy Innocent
Innocent is an artist, academic, designer and educator whose hybrid practice traverses multiple disciplines. His public art practice incorporates pervasive game design, augmented reality, and urban design supporting a long-term investigation into interactive and speculative experiences of the city as an emergent process. Innocent is a current Melbourne Knowledge Fellow researching playable cities in the UK and Europe to inform development of street games exploring playful wayfinding.