One of 20 University of Sydney academics speaking at small bars on 18th October 2016.
I spoke on how to design for physical activity through strategies of incidental exercise and playful creativity.
SMH interview by Sarah Berry at http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/health-and-wellbeing/fitness/from-geeks-to-fitness-freaks-rethinking-exercise-by-design-20161017-gs4f20.html
Just gave a talk on The Power of Creative Presentations for the first stage of the Telstra Imaginarium
Great to see how the participants incorporated creative approaches to pitching their ideas. Looking forward to seeing what the lucky 15 do, as part of the upcoming 8 week immersive design thinking program.
Interstellar Movematicians performing on Jamming Gravity pressure-sound platform.
Musify+Gamify exhibition, Seymour Centre, Vivid Sydney 2015.
Jamming Gravity by Frank Feltham (RMIT), Ollie Bown (USyd) and Lian Loke (USyd).
Performers Jodie McNeilly and Lian Loke.
Performing Mobilities, RMIT Design Hub, Melbourne 2015.
Biome Symposium and Digital Interdisciplinations Exhibition, August 2012 http://biome.cc/
Black Spring interactive installation, Dagmar Reinhardt and Lian Loke.
A CARRIAGE(WORK) – THE CONDUCTORS
Expanded Architecture, Carriageworks http://expandedarchitecture.blogspot.com
Performer with Linda Luke, devised by Tom Rivard, Michael Lewarne, Paul Warren, costumes by Francesca Veronesi, photo Baki Kocaballi
URBAN DISORDERS CLINIC
Urban Realities Landscape Urbanism 3 Day Design Challenge,
Melbourne Docklands http://cargocollective.com/urbanreality
Team: Tom Rivard, Michael Lewarne with Francesco Amendola, Chris Bickerton, Tega Brain, Lian Loke, Sergai Netchaef, Maz Salt, Hiroyasu Tsuri and Dario Vacirca.
Lull Studios 2011
Performer in Elena Knox’s 5 channel video work
Videographer: Paul Warren, Photographer: Matt Fatches, Makeup/wig/body art: Glitta Supernova
THE BREATH TEMPLE
with George Khut
SEAM Symposium, Critical Path http://seam11.blogspot.com
Critical Path Residency
with Tess de Quincey, George Khut, Justin Shoulder and Baki Kocaballi
Development of a participatory live-art installation comprising ritual interactions focused on breath, heartbeat, constriction and compression.