Roderick Bamford

Sustain Me: Contemporary Design

Sustain Me: Contemporary Design

Curated by Liz Williamson and Roderick Bamford

Ivan Dougherty Gallery, COFA, 2009

Sustain Me: Contemporary Design presented work by Australian and international designers whose practice focuses on fostering deeper understanding of sustainability. The exhibition and its catalogue commentary document the ways in which designers are creatively overcoming challenges of sustainability and the demands of efficient, mass consumed design, in the context of climate change awareness.

Works include furniture and jewellery made from post-consumer waste, pieces demonstrating the use of natural fibres and clay and renewable resources, and the development of design tools to facilitate research and workshops in sustainable design.

Featuring furniture, lighting, ceramics, jewellery, graphics, architecture and textiles by: Luisa Cevese: RIEDIZONE (Iltay), Anna Lise De Lorenzo, Lisa Gasparotto, Rebecca Green, GreenLife21 Projects – designs by Yoshikazu Hasegawa (Japan), Prue Venables, Nancy Walinyinawuy Guyula, Steven Harrison, Instyle Contract Textiles, Andrew Maynard Architects, Julie Paterson: clothfabric, Elliat Rich, David Trubridge (New Zealand), and Mark Vaarwerk.

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