LIMINAL GRAPHICS | features in Desktop Magazine

Posted 24 May 2013

Liminal Graphics was invited by Desktop to create a psychogeographic map of Hobart. The concept of psychogeography was developed by French philosopher Guy Debord in 1955 and refers to the practice of traversing the urban environment while being led by curiosity rather than following a set traditional path.

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LIMINAL SPACES | The experiential installation ECHO Part 1 premieres

Posted 16 April 2013

The theatrical installation and soundscape, ECHO PART 1, is a Liminal Spaces collaboration with Constantine Koukias of IHOS, soundscape artist Jane Baker, Lighting Designer Jason James and live sound engineer Greg Gurr which premieres Wednesday 17 April - 21 April. A site specific experience - for 20 minutes, see the everyday through the shifted lens of dementia. For more information and tickets go to Salamanca Arts Centre website.

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LIMINAL SPACES | collaborates with IHOS to produce a new work

Posted 12 March 2013

ECHO Part 1 - A Neurological Soundscape is the beginning of a larger work that explores the inner world of dementia in an intimate setting. The collaboration with Constantine Koukias and Jane Baker, who brings the experience to life through sound, treats 24 audience members to an immersive, unique experience.

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LIMINAL GRAPHICS | Mathers Place redevelopment opened in December by Lord Mayor

Posted 17 January 2013

Liminal Graphics worked with the Hobart City Council to develop new signage and wayfinding for the redevelopment of Mathers Place. Stage One opened in December with Stage Two due to complete in March. Visit the newest green space in the CBD it's great place for a relaxed lunch or take the children for a break from shopping for a run around on the lawn and play with magnetic words of the large steel ribbon rail. Check out Soapbox project on the walls of Mathers Place which features the beautiful artwork of grade one students who were asked the question 'what do you like about living in Hobart'.

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News feature - Liminal Graphics - Mathers Place redevelopment opened in December by Lord Mayor