Hannah French talks about the Future Surface exhibition

Despite the challenges of 2020/21 and the re-schedule and then cancellation of the official launch, the Future Surface augmented reality exhibition was displayed around Horsham for community members to enjoy.

Part of the ‘Art is..’ festival, supported by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP), Regional Arts Victoria, Creative Victoria and Horsham Rural City Council, the Future Surface project saw lead artist Hannah French collaborating with a range of organisations and schools to explore the idea of what a climate affected Wimmera might look like in the future.

Horsham Youth Council also animated a short video about the importance of recycling soft plastics as part of the Future Surface project.

Hear more about the project from Hannah French, and see some examples of the augmented reality artworks below.


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