MDIT exhibition

MDIT exhibition next ne/x/t

Kunstmatrix 3D gallery

At the end of each semester, the Master of Design, Innovation & Technology, RMIT puts up an exhibition to showcase new student work from the programme. Normally, we do this as a physical exhibition in and around our RMIT Melbourne City campus.

Since we are all now living many aspects of our lives digitally, we have chosen to continue our exhibition tradition by taking it online. We hope you enjoy exploring our latest edition of ne/x/t!​

The RMIT Master of Design Innovation and Technology (MDIT) speculates on the future of design and seeks to develop design methodologies that integrate the needs of people with the potentials that lie within technological innovation. Through the engagement of an international community of forward-thinking practice-based academic researchers and professional designers, the program offers a dynamic learning environment that is in a continual state of evolution.

As innovation in design practice is positioned at the intersection of several disciplines, the program addresses issues from a wide variety of professions such as engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, industrial design, service design, graphic design, animation, interaction, lighting, media and sound design.

Welcome to
ne/x/t – the MDIT exhibition

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At the end of each semester, the Master of Design, Innovation & Technology, RMIT puts up an exhibition to showcase new student work from the programme. Normally, we do this as a physical exhibition in and around our RMIT Melbourne City campus.

Since we are all now living many aspects of our lives digitally, we have chosen to continue our exhibition tradition by taking it online. We hope you enjoy exploring our latest edition of ne/x/t!
Opening Night:
Friday 3 July 2020, 6 PM AEST
Thanks for joining our opening! While the live event is over, you can still browse our students' Semester 1 2020 works here. Click on Enter the Exhibition to begin!
The Aboriginal Flag and the Torres Strait Islander Flag

Acknowledgement of country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.

Kudos...

No MDIT exhibition – digital or otherwise – happens without a collection of great work from students, supported and curated by their tutors. Thanks to EVERYONE for the help contributed!

A special mention goes to Illiyanna Ibrahim, our information wrangler, content uploader and design front-liner, for your hard work fine-tuning and assembling the nearly 500 articles of media, text and supporting content.

Thanks Hartwig Bentele & Kunstmatrix for your technical support.

We’d also like to extend our gratitude to the following students who volunteered (despite their busy coursework) what precious time they had to help sort out the finer details of digital media work:

Video chat

Guglielmo ‘Bosco-sorry-my-laptop-died’ Bartilomo

3D lightbake tester

Sowmiya ‘yes-Chuan-click-UV-unwrap’ Selvakumaraswamy

Media queries

Suresh ‘should-we-unit-test?’ Saicharan Maniganahalli

Web tester

Diego ‘nicest tester alive award’ Garetto Morande

Thanks for visiting and fare thee well – across the digital ether. Be well; be kind.

– Chuan Khoo
MDIT Associate Lecturer
Interaction Design & Technologies

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