Radical change is here and the Arts industry has been thrown into a tailspin. Looking into the future and what life might be like in 6 months, artists are looking at how they make, share and experience art through technology. At this event festival artists Florence Tupuola (New Wayfinders) and Daz Chandler will present their insights and discuss how the artistic community is embracing technological change and using digital platforms as a vehicle for activism and creative expression.
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Speaker Florence (Folole) Tupuola is an Aotearoa born, Wiradjuri nation raised Samoan interdisciplinary artist and activist based in Narrm, Melbourne. She explores cultural identity and belonging as a professional performer and has a passion for social justice, creative healing and community engagement amongst many other interactive and collaborative works.
Daz Chandler was born on unceded Awabakal country (Newcastle, NSW) and is an interdisciplinary storyteller. With a background in human rights and advocacy building using documentary filmmaking and radio as principal mediums, her main interest lies in subject matter that flirts with the surreal and unknown and challenges preconceived notions.