“It’s a collaborative endeavor, so it’s super in that sense: it’s a super field, it’s super in terms of the territories that we’re trying to represent, it’s larger than we could achieve as artists.”
Super Field is about listening to cities and landscapes. How do we listen and embody these spaces, and how do they appear to those who can’t see? What does Antarctica, or Melbourne, sound like? How do you design for sound: from concert halls to the local pub? Does silence exist?
Produced by Assemble Papers, and supported by RMIT Design Hub.Hosted by Eugenia Lim, Jana Perkovic and Bec Fary - who’s also our audio producer.Music is composed by After Midnight Limonata, and supplied to us by the Houses in Motion label.Art by Carolyn Ang and Guido Pasa.Thanks to Simon Maisch for recording the RMIT Design Hub talks series.