Sydney 2015 – May 22-23

Sydney 2015

Carriageworks

May 22-23

Between 22 - 23 May, 2015 Semi Permanent hosted its largest event to date, in-front of an audience of 10,223 people. Hosted on the opening weekend of Vivid Sydney, the 18 days experience included headline talks, workshops, film screenings, parties and The Panic Office / Stanley Donwood retrospective exhibition.

 

Speakers / Artists

Scott Dadich - WIRED
Natasha Jen - Pentagram
Bjarke Ingels - BIG
Billy Sorrentino - WIRED
Dion Lee
Ben Quilty
D&AD
Ben Parker & Paul Austin - Made Thought
Dav Rauch - IDEO
Stanley Donwood
Anna-Wili Highfield
Rhys Gorgol - The Company You Keep
Noah Taylor
Beci Orpin
Sylvé Colless
Sebastian Moody
Numskull
Dougal Wilson
Ian Fowler - Cavort
Linda Jukic - Hulsbosch
Justin Drape - The Monkeys
Jason Little - For The People
Warren Brown - BMF
Rebecca Carrasco - Facebook
Ashadi Hooper - Lowe Profero Australia
Askew One
Patrick Clair
Murray Fredericks
Hayden Cox - Haydenshapes
Craig Anderson
Jason Woodside
Simon Goodrich - Portable
Kerry Walker - Neighbourhood Justice Centre
Rodney Eggleston - March Studios
Ewan McEoin - National Gallery of Victoria
Bart Celestino and Stefan Duscio

 

Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
Artist, Ben Quilty
Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
Stanley Donwood touring guests around The Panic Office's Radiohead artwork
 
Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
Bjarke Ingles being interviewed by Billy Sorrentino, ECD at WIRED
Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
Gift packs for attendees
Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
Colorplan Cloundscape paper installation, designed by Made Thought
Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
Actor (Game of Thrones / The Life Aquatic) turned artist Noah Taylor
Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
Inside the Premium Ticket holders and speaker lunch area
Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
IDEO Futurist Dav Rauch / Australian artist Anna-Wili Highfield
Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
Semi Permanent Sydney 2015
Melbourne based designer Beci Orpin / NYC artist Jason Woodside

 

Designer of all the best Nike shoes, Tinker Hatfield

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