unisa logo

Seven Siblings From The Future MOD.cast - Season 2

Our latest MOD.Cast explores the environmental impact of a vastly changed climate, and how this might affect Julia’s generation. 

14
Feb 20
arrow
24
May 20
14
Feb 20
arrow
24
May 20

Seven Siblings From The Future MOD.cast - Season 2

Our latest MOD.Cast explores the environmental impact of a vastly changed climate, and how this might affect Julia’s generation. 

Seven Siblings From The Future MOD.cast - Season 2

In this MOD.Cast, we look at the increasing importance of teamwork and collaboration Ava might need to adopt in order to make their version of the future a reality.

14
Feb 20
arrow
24
Jun 20
14
Feb 20
arrow
24
Jun 20

Seven Siblings From The Future MOD.cast - Season 2

In this MOD.Cast, we look at the increasing importance of teamwork and collaboration Ava might need to adopt in order to make their version of the future a reality.

Seven Siblings From The Future MOD.cast - Season 2

Alex is a nurse living in Southern Australia in the year 2050, where permanent healthcare monitors are used to make every day medical decisions, helping people live longer. In this MOD.Cast, we explore the ethical challenges Alex faces in order to make their future a reality.

14
Feb 20
arrow
24
May 20
14
Feb 20
arrow
24
May 20

Seven Siblings From The Future MOD.cast - Season 2

Alex is a nurse living in Southern Australia in the year 2050, where permanent healthcare monitors are used to make every day medical decisions, helping people live longer. In this MOD.Cast, we explore the ethical challenges Alex faces in order to make their future a reality.

Exhibition: Matthew Bird: Parallaxis

Playing on the human need to understand our relationship to the people and places around us, the moving image work exhibition Parallaxis considers the potential for architectural processes and measurements to act as a foundation for structures of understanding.

28
Feb 20
arrow
3
Apr 20
28
Feb 20
arrow
3
Apr 20

Exhibition: Matthew Bird: Parallaxis

Playing on the human need to understand our relationship to the people and places around us, the moving image work exhibition Parallaxis considers the potential for architectural processes and measurements to act as a foundation for structures of understanding.

search
Show events for:

Latest news from UniSA's media centre