Post Forma: Martino Gamper was a workshop led by Martino Gamper with RMIT Design Hub Gallery. A group of invited designers, architects, artists and researchers came together over three days to take part in a workshop of collaborative making and ideas exchange that explored cultural diversity in Melbourne. The workshop took 100 Chairs in 100 Days as a ‘leaping off’ point and culminated in an accompanying exhibition in Design Hub Gallery. The exhibition comprised of an installation of ideas, mock-ups and prototypes that presented new possibilities for objects as a driver for social reflection and cross-cultural exchange.
Workshop facilitated by RMIT Design Hub Gallery with Paul Fuog, U_P.
Workshop participants: Emma Aiston, Ed Cutting, Tim Fleming, Brad Haylock, Sarah Jamieson, Ronnie Lacham, Simone LeAmon, Elliott Mackie, Tim McLeod, Tin Nguyen, Christie Petsinis, Simon Spain, Daniel To.
Part of the 100 Chairs in 100 Days: Martino Gamper public program.
Wheelchair access available.
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