Prototyping: Making Ideas

Adam Goodram, Chatterbox prototype 2011.

PROTOTYPING: MAKING Ideas provides audiences with a rare opportunity to learn about the processes and stories behind the design and development of a successful product. The exhibition features work by Daniel Emma, Adam Goodrum, Illumini, Trent Jansen, Koskela, Simone LeAmon, Lucelux, John Quan, Elliat Rich, Bjorn Rust, Andrew Simpson and Oliver Smith.

This exhibition highlights the exceptional prototyping skills developed by these designers, demonstrating the journey of some of their most successful products from idea, to sketch, to prototype, to final product. Through the development of prototypes, the hands-on skills of designer/makers and the relationships between designers and artisans are highlighted. The exhibition illustrates how important the prototyping process is to testing and refining a successful product.

Curated by Margaret Hancock Davis and accompanied by a sixty-four page catalogue, featuring contributions from Joanne Cys and Brian Parkes, Prototyping:Making Ideas celebrates the skills of these renowned and emerging Australian product designers.

Image: Adam Goodram, Chatterbox prototype 2011.

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