Projects

Insider the Ethereal Eye

Capitol Theatre, Melbourne. Shot with fish-eye lens for Inside the Ethereal Eye. © Sarah Kenderdine.
Capitol Theatre, Melbourne. Shot with fish-eye lens for Inside the Ethereal Eye. © Sarah Kenderdine.

Inside the Ethereal Eye is a mixed-media project conceived by Sarah Kenderdine and Jeffrey Shaw in collaboration with the Transformative Technologies Research Unit in the Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne, University of New South Wales, Deakin Motion.Lab—Centre for Creative Arts Research (Director, Kim Vincs). This cutting-edge technology offers you the chance to immerse yourself virtually in two cultural and architectural treasures of Melbourne designed by Walter Burley and Marion Mahony Griffin. It will be part of Cultural Collisions at the Melbourne Festival between the 14th-23rd of October 2016.

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1000 Cities: Lords of Misrule

jesters-crown_c-300x2531000 Cities: Lords of Misrule is an adventure game for the ArtsWest building presented by the Transformative Technologies Research Unit and Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne. The game will be active until the end of September 2016.

1000 Cities: Lords of Misrule is intended for play on mobile devices. If you would like to learn more, visit the 1000 Cities web site. The game was designed by Pop Up Playground.