caitlin perry & kerb 19.

Thursday 11 August 2011

Every year, RMIT University release design journal, Kerb. My friend Caitlin Perry has been busy supervising students Ricky Ricardo, Sarah Hicks, Caitrin Daly and Adrian Keene in the production of Kerb19, "Paradigms of Nature: Post Natural Futures." The journal is a compilation of work exploring the concept of nature under new, artificial or hyper real paradigms. Submissions were taken from artists and designers all over the world, some of which are shown below. Responses have included digital imagery, collage and installations.

Kerb 19 will be launched this Friday at Goodtime Studios (an uber cool basement event space) and will feature an atomospheric installation by Saskia Schut and Scott Mitchell. Oh yeah, and there will be DJs, fairy floss and tropical punch. So if you're in Melbourne, come along!

by Biothing
by Biothing
by Charles Negre
by Charles Negre
Tectaceous by Caitlin Perry. In her words "It looks at the notions of the 'section', time and narrative. The collage pieces are taken from a 1950's childrens illustrated encyclopedia. The thing I like about old childrens encyclopedias is that they capture one snap shot in time and demonstrate what was known, valued and important during that period.".  
by Jorinde Voigt
by Daan Roosegaarde
by Daan Roosegaarde
by Teresa Moller
Details of event:

Kerb 19 Launch Party
Friday 12th August, 2011
6pm at Goodtime Studios
Basement, 746 Swanston Street

Thanks to Cailtin and her four students for providing the images.


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