Dr Troy Innocent

64 ways of being

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Dr Troy Innocent is an artist, academic, and educator investigating code in mixed realities, particularly its capacity to decode and reimagine the world in playful ways.

His nonobjective art practice explores connections between geometric abstraction and code expressed in works of sculpture, animation, image, sound and installation. In 2017 Innocent was awarded the Melbourne Knowledge Fellowship to research playable cities in the Europe and UK, informing his public art practice of ‘urban codemaking’ – a system he developed for situating play in cities such as Melbourne, Istanbul, Sydney and Hong Kong. Innocent teaches pervasive game design at Swinburne University; and is represented by Anna Pappas Gallery.

Dr Troy Innocent is speaking at

64 Ways of Being

64 ways of being

Play with the future of the city.

Monday 20 May - Sunday 26 May, during Hub opening hours

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