Celebrate International Women’s Day with a keynote lecture by Loop.pH co-founder Rachel Wingfield and gain insight into an exciting experimental and multi-disciplinary design practice. Based in London, Loop.pH is a spatial laboratory that experiments across the fields of design, architecture and the sciences.
Founded by Mathias Gmachl and Rachel Wingfield, Loop.pH create visionary experiences and environments that allow people to dream and re-imagine new visions for our future. Through exploring the role of art and design in public space by working outside of the gallery, museum and laboratory, they speculate on near and far future scenarios as a way to probe at the social and environmental impact of emerging biological and technological futures. The environments that Loop p.H create often synthesise living materials with digital tools, whilst exploring a new role for designers working at an urban scale.
Rachel will also be delivering a collaborative workshop on Sunday 10 March to close the Sydney Design Festival.
This program is generously supported by the British Council.
Image: Portrait, Loop.pH. Photography by Gianluca Pantaleo. Styling by Rose Leone. Compilation of projects, images courtesy of Loop.pH.
The venue is wheelchair accessible and this event will be Auslan Interpreted. Please let us know your access requirements by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (02) 9217 0111