Future Dreaming - a virtual reality documentary
10:00am to 1:00pm
In collaboration with Virtual Reality artist Sutu, young Indigenous artists Ali Lockyer, Maverick Eaton, Nelson and Maxie Coppin invite you to immerse yourself in the pop-up virtual reality world of Future Dreaming. Step into a time-warping dream bubble as four young Aboriginal Australians guide you through their futures. Be ready for an intergalactic adventure and don’t forget to look out for the space emus!
Future Dreaming was inspired by the ancient Australian Aboriginal practice of Dreamtime, a mental visualisation technique where you see your spirit move through the past, present or future. At its core Future Dreaming promotes cultural rights through accessibility, and supports emerging artists to increase their skills and capacity in the digital domain.
Location: The Studio
Drop-in sessions. No bookings required.
Museum of Brisbane, Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City
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