Hello Future Self

2 October 2017 to 11 November 2017 - MELBOURNE

Enhance your senses in the live-animated futuristic world of Hello Future Self.

Inviting young creatives to see their own artwork come to life in an animated scene, Steven Berrick’s participatory drawing project transform hand-drawn artworks from the real world. The artwork’s scanning technology is presented in a way that is simple to use and approachable, which encourages young participants to engage without assistance.

Prepare for the coming human techno infusion by selecting how to alter your avatars body. Which sense will you prioritise?

This artwork is suitable for artists who are 6 years old & older.
Please see session details for more info on where to find this work.

SESSIONS:

27-28 September 2017

Library at the Dock

COST:

FREE. Drop-in during opening hours


About the Artist

Steve Berrick an artist and creative coder. With a degree in Computer Science, his work focuses on software and technology. Berrick creates software-driven experiences for interactive systems and performances. His collaborative practice has been presented in galleries, theatres, museums and the street.

Berrick is an artist with the ololo art collective, Graffiti Research Lab Perth and pvi collective. Recent collaborative works included StickMan (2017, with Stelarc); Rewired/Remixed (2016, with Stelarc); The Automobile Lab, City of Stirling (2016, with Sam Price and Chris Nixon); Alter, 2016 Festival of Live Art, (with Tamara Saulwick and Peter Knight); The Naked Self, Arts House, Melbourne (2016, with Michele Lee and Tanya Dickson); deviator (2012, with pvi collective); and ReFace, 2009 Perth International Arts Festival (with ololo and WBMC).

www.steve.berrick.net