Lead by Aboriginal creative and digital designer Leigh Harris of local Indigenous Creative Agency, ingeous studios, this exhibition showcases the work of IndigeDesignLabs participants over the past two and a half years. The exhibition includes a place installation that explores the confluence of design, technology and culture through modern Indigenous digital design as created by IndigeDesignLabs participants.
The exhibition showcases digital design, photography, videography and new technologies including Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality environments.
IndigeDesignLabs has enveloped new Indigenous design using digital creative production processes while demonstrating the opportunities that exist in the creative design industries.
IndigeDesignLabs is an experimental Indigenous creative learning lab that seeks to introduce young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander creatives to digital design and creative industries through the confluence of design, technology and culture. IndigeDesignLabs is a partnership between NorthSite and Indigenous design agency ingeous studios and has been supported by the John T.Reid foundation over the three years of its evolution.
The exhibition will also include the release of a local clothing brand as designed by participants of IndigeDesignLabs.