Author Archives: thedesigningwoman

ART INSTALLATION – CBA “WIRED FOR WONDER” (2014)

THE BRIEF To design an interactive art installation for the Commonwealth Bank’s annual Wired For Wonder conference, which reflects the theme; Technology, Life, Business, Arts, Science and Awe. Sponsored by the Commonwealth Bank: http://www.wiredforwonder.com,  designed by Kerri Ainsworth: http://www.thedesigningwoman.com.au and … Continue reading

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THE AUSTRALIA DAY SPECTACULAR – DARLING HARBOUR The central feature of the Australia Day Spectacular was a floating, mechanical installation, inspired by the floral icon of NSW; the Waratah. I’d like to take you on a pictorial journey, behind the … Continue reading

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The Knowledge Wall – The Sustainable Living Festival

Wyn Wilson, a Los Angeles based graphic recorder and I, launched The Knowledge Wall at the Sustainable Living Festival in Melbourne in February 2013. This is an event, which captures the community’s ideas on Social and Ecological Sustainability in words … Continue reading

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THE BIRTH OF ECO|LOGICAL|ART

In 2012 a colleague and I hatched an exciting new business idea; a multi-disciplinary art and design practice operating at the intersection of ecology, sculpture, architecture, live performance and installation art. We wanted to develop a service that provides an … Continue reading

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ERTH – INTERVIEW WITH STEVE HOWARTH

INTERVIEW WITH STEVE HOWARTH – CREATIVE DIRECTOR, ERTH Year of the Tiger, Chinese New Year 2010 (City of Sydney)

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Public Art & Event Design: A Synthesis Of Sustainability, Environmental Awareness, Beauty & Functionality

The idea of creating or displaying public art often stems from the philosophy that art enriches the life and culture of a community and helps people to think critically about social issues. Rather than viewing art in an austere museum … Continue reading

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