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Join MPavilion and a slew of design pundits and punters for a momentary detour discussing the intersections between design and the world we live in. MPavilion is an annual Melbourne-based architecture commission hosting the best conversations, workshops and performances over the Australian spring and summer.

Latest Episodes

MTalks—Sensory Architecture: Designing Space for Autism Spectrum

The notion of neurodiversity—the breadth and difference in the ways we relate to our environments—raises a number of questions for spatial designers. How do different sensory modes enhance our understanding of the world? What approaches can designers use to engage with these diverse experiences, and how can this lead to more inclusive, higher-quality spatial environments? Revisit this panel discussion from a diverse group of Monash University researchers and designers, including MADA’s Dr Chris Cottrell; architect—and principal of empathic-experimental practice BLOXAS—Anthony Clarke; and Dr Beth Johnson, who leads Monash’s Autism/ADHD Genetics and Neurodevelopment (MAGNET) project. This event is supported by RACV.

81 MIN4 d ago
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MTalks—Sensory Architecture: Designing Space for Autism Spectrum

MMeets—Living in a Lit World

Light is a crucial part of how we experience our surroundings, and lighting design brings this element into our homes, cities and shared spaces in particular ways. At its best, it can help us feel safe, empowered, convivial or enchanted; at its worst, it can engender unease or discomfort. But how can we better understand the ways in which light configures our worlds? And what do lighting designers, metropolitan authorities and city dwellers need to know about light and lighting to support our shared urban futures? Revisit this discussion with moderator and researcher/author Shanti Sumartojo; Danish light-culture expert Mikkel Bille; illumination-focused cultural geographer Tim Edensor, and Sarah Pink, founding director of Monash University’s Emerging Technologies Lab. This event is supported by RACV.

60 MIN4 d ago
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MMeets—Living in a Lit World

MMeets—Urban Subversion

Guerrilla gardening. Housing equality activism. Mural art. Revisit this panel discussion exploring the various forms of subtle urban subversion being performed by young people in and around Melbourne. This event was facilitated by Rachel Iampolski, Phd candidate at RMIT with research into intangible cultural heritage in urban spaces, and University of Melbourne design anthropology student Zane Pinyon. It is part of our youth expressions of interest, engaging collaborators aged 15–25. This event is supported by RACV. Photo by Nathan Iampolski.

63 MIN4 d ago
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MMeets—Urban Subversion

MMeets—Set The Tone

Look back at this Q&A after the screening of Set the Tone: an online talk show conceived by Adier Maluk, Angeth Malual, Adior Deng and Yar Biar, young Australian women of South Sudanese descent driven to create a platform that speaks to them and their peers. The show is about shifting up the conversation, opening up points of view and challenging the status quo, creating a platform for young women from the African diaspora to deep dive into the issues that matter to them and challenge assumptions from both within and outside their communities. This talk was supported by RACV.

30 MIN6 d ago
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MMeets—Set The Tone

MTalks—The School of Life presents 'A Night of Better Conversation: Connection'

Has technology caused us to lose the art of connection? Is loneliness a modern pandemic? If so, how do we cure it? How can we better reconnect? LIsten back to this very special Night of Better Conversation hosted by the much-loved School of Life, with friendly discussion about making friends and building relationships, and an exploration of the current state of connection. How can our failures make us more interesting, and our vulnerabilities more appealing? How do we overcome shyness and connect with people with whom we seem to have nothing in common? This talk was a part of December 2019—Connection: Instruments of Harmonious Living, supported by RACV.

38 MIN1 w ago
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MTalks—The School of Life presents 'A Night of Better Conversation: Connection'

MTalks—Eugenia Lim & APHIDS present 'On Work and Mobility'

Dive into this thought provoking podcast hosted by artist Eugenia Lim with leading thinkers and advocates from across the fields of labour and industrial relations, gig workers’ rights and the arts. This panel explores working in the digital age, and the impact of the gig economy on our relationships, rights, creativity and bodies. Speakers include Sarah Kaine, Associate Professor, School of Business, UTS; artist and performance maker Roshelle Fong; and former Foodora worker Josh Klooger.

69 MIN1 w ago
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MTalks—Eugenia Lim & APHIDS present 'On Work and Mobility'

MTalks—Creating Space: where it is found, who it is for and how it should be used?

Revisit this 2-part discussion of how Melbourne is providing more open space for its growing population from micro and macro levels: first a case study of the newly opened Prahran Square, a $62M development undertaken by the City of Stonnington to transform a run-down car park into public open space, followed by a broader look at how Melbourne property leaders are incorporating open spaces into their developments and how it’s shaping our society. This event was presented by AECOM.

68 MIN1 w ago
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MTalks—Creating Space: where it is found, who it is for and how it should be used?

MTalks—Wednesday Assembly With Lauren Taylor And Simon Winkler: Connection

Listen back to this talk, as guests Sui Zhen (Becky Freeman), Alicia Sometimes and Paul Gorrie address the theme Connection: Instruments of Harmonious Living—What does it mean to be human in connection with other humans and in connection with the universe?

65 MIN2019 DEC 13
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MTalks—Wednesday Assembly With Lauren Taylor And Simon Winkler: Connection

MTalks—Reimagining The Philosophy Of Developments

How can we create this positive change together? How can we totally reimagine the development industry to realise its soft skills and human obligations to our growing population? Small Giants Developments brings together an array of perspectives that are bound by their intention to re-imagine how we live together. This panel conversation explores a future where developments are facilitators of vibrant, nurturing, accessible communities. Small Giants Developments and friends investigate why developers are in desperate need of an intention makeover, with a huge emphasis on empathy and compassion both for people and the planet.

46 MIN2019 DEC 13
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MTalks—Reimagining The Philosophy Of Developments

MTalks—Real Life Presents: The Power Of Welcome In The Age Of Loneliness

We’ve all felt lonely at some stage, whether in a fleeting or ongoing capacity—it’s part of the human experience. Even so, why do many of us feel more isolated than ever, despite our unprecedented technological connectedness? And why are these feelings still so heavily stigmatised? Listen to this panel of experts and social-change pioneers discuss loneliness and explore what we can do to combat its measurable increase in our communities.

65 MIN2019 DEC 13
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MTalks—Real Life Presents: The Power Of Welcome In The Age Of Loneliness

Latest Episodes

MTalks—Sensory Architecture: Designing Space for Autism Spectrum

The notion of neurodiversity—the breadth and difference in the ways we relate to our environments—raises a number of questions for spatial designers. How do different sensory modes enhance our understanding of the world? What approaches can designers use to engage with these diverse experiences, and how can this lead to more inclusive, higher-quality spatial environments? Revisit this panel discussion from a diverse group of Monash University researchers and designers, including MADA’s Dr Chris Cottrell; architect—and principal of empathic-experimental practice BLOXAS—Anthony Clarke; and Dr Beth Johnson, who leads Monash’s Autism/ADHD Genetics and Neurodevelopment (MAGNET) project. This event is supported by RACV.

81 MIN4 d ago
Comments
MTalks—Sensory Architecture: Designing Space for Autism Spectrum

MMeets—Living in a Lit World

Light is a crucial part of how we experience our surroundings, and lighting design brings this element into our homes, cities and shared spaces in particular ways. At its best, it can help us feel safe, empowered, convivial or enchanted; at its worst, it can engender unease or discomfort. But how can we better understand the ways in which light configures our worlds? And what do lighting designers, metropolitan authorities and city dwellers need to know about light and lighting to support our shared urban futures? Revisit this discussion with moderator and researcher/author Shanti Sumartojo; Danish light-culture expert Mikkel Bille; illumination-focused cultural geographer Tim Edensor, and Sarah Pink, founding director of Monash University’s Emerging Technologies Lab. This event is supported by RACV.

60 MIN4 d ago
Comments
MMeets—Living in a Lit World

MMeets—Urban Subversion

Guerrilla gardening. Housing equality activism. Mural art. Revisit this panel discussion exploring the various forms of subtle urban subversion being performed by young people in and around Melbourne. This event was facilitated by Rachel Iampolski, Phd candidate at RMIT with research into intangible cultural heritage in urban spaces, and University of Melbourne design anthropology student Zane Pinyon. It is part of our youth expressions of interest, engaging collaborators aged 15–25. This event is supported by RACV. Photo by Nathan Iampolski.

63 MIN4 d ago
Comments
MMeets—Urban Subversion

MMeets—Set The Tone

Look back at this Q&A after the screening of Set the Tone: an online talk show conceived by Adier Maluk, Angeth Malual, Adior Deng and Yar Biar, young Australian women of South Sudanese descent driven to create a platform that speaks to them and their peers. The show is about shifting up the conversation, opening up points of view and challenging the status quo, creating a platform for young women from the African diaspora to deep dive into the issues that matter to them and challenge assumptions from both within and outside their communities. This talk was supported by RACV.

30 MIN6 d ago
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MMeets—Set The Tone

MTalks—The School of Life presents 'A Night of Better Conversation: Connection'

Has technology caused us to lose the art of connection? Is loneliness a modern pandemic? If so, how do we cure it? How can we better reconnect? LIsten back to this very special Night of Better Conversation hosted by the much-loved School of Life, with friendly discussion about making friends and building relationships, and an exploration of the current state of connection. How can our failures make us more interesting, and our vulnerabilities more appealing? How do we overcome shyness and connect with people with whom we seem to have nothing in common? This talk was a part of December 2019—Connection: Instruments of Harmonious Living, supported by RACV.

38 MIN1 w ago
Comments
MTalks—The School of Life presents 'A Night of Better Conversation: Connection'

MTalks—Eugenia Lim & APHIDS present 'On Work and Mobility'

Dive into this thought provoking podcast hosted by artist Eugenia Lim with leading thinkers and advocates from across the fields of labour and industrial relations, gig workers’ rights and the arts. This panel explores working in the digital age, and the impact of the gig economy on our relationships, rights, creativity and bodies. Speakers include Sarah Kaine, Associate Professor, School of Business, UTS; artist and performance maker Roshelle Fong; and former Foodora worker Josh Klooger.

69 MIN1 w ago
Comments
MTalks—Eugenia Lim & APHIDS present 'On Work and Mobility'

MTalks—Creating Space: where it is found, who it is for and how it should be used?

Revisit this 2-part discussion of how Melbourne is providing more open space for its growing population from micro and macro levels: first a case study of the newly opened Prahran Square, a $62M development undertaken by the City of Stonnington to transform a run-down car park into public open space, followed by a broader look at how Melbourne property leaders are incorporating open spaces into their developments and how it’s shaping our society. This event was presented by AECOM.

68 MIN1 w ago
Comments
MTalks—Creating Space: where it is found, who it is for and how it should be used?

MTalks—Wednesday Assembly With Lauren Taylor And Simon Winkler: Connection

Listen back to this talk, as guests Sui Zhen (Becky Freeman), Alicia Sometimes and Paul Gorrie address the theme Connection: Instruments of Harmonious Living—What does it mean to be human in connection with other humans and in connection with the universe?

65 MIN2019 DEC 13
Comments
MTalks—Wednesday Assembly With Lauren Taylor And Simon Winkler: Connection

MTalks—Reimagining The Philosophy Of Developments

How can we create this positive change together? How can we totally reimagine the development industry to realise its soft skills and human obligations to our growing population? Small Giants Developments brings together an array of perspectives that are bound by their intention to re-imagine how we live together. This panel conversation explores a future where developments are facilitators of vibrant, nurturing, accessible communities. Small Giants Developments and friends investigate why developers are in desperate need of an intention makeover, with a huge emphasis on empathy and compassion both for people and the planet.

46 MIN2019 DEC 13
Comments
MTalks—Reimagining The Philosophy Of Developments

MTalks—Real Life Presents: The Power Of Welcome In The Age Of Loneliness

We’ve all felt lonely at some stage, whether in a fleeting or ongoing capacity—it’s part of the human experience. Even so, why do many of us feel more isolated than ever, despite our unprecedented technological connectedness? And why are these feelings still so heavily stigmatised? Listen to this panel of experts and social-change pioneers discuss loneliness and explore what we can do to combat its measurable increase in our communities.

65 MIN2019 DEC 13
Comments
MTalks—Real Life Presents: The Power Of Welcome In The Age Of Loneliness
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