Futurama 2.0

Tracey Clement and collaborators, ‘Futurama 2.0’ (detail), 2019, recycled laser-cut cardboard and mixed media, installation size varies, tallest building approx. 65cm. Photo: Rebecca Shanahan. Invite design: Ashely Murray.

Futurama 2.0 is a utopian vision in which everyone has a chance to shape where we live.

Created while I was artist in residence at Fairfield City Museum and Gallery, this mini model city was made with the help of local high school students and kids aged 4-12, and adults from both the Fairfield and broader Sydney communities.

All together more than 50 people answered my call to come make their mark on the city.

We made Futurama 2.0 together.

Tracey Clement: Futurama 2.0
Fairfield City Museum and Gallery (FCMAG)
26 October – 15 February 2020

Opening: Saturday 26 October 2019 from 2pm

Kids and adults helping me make ‘Futurama 2.0’ at Frontyard, July 2019.

Tracey Clement with a small part of ‘Futurama 2.0,’ 2019. Made by Tracey Clement and collaborators, recycled laser-cut cardboard and mixed media, installation size varies, tallest building approx 65cm. Photo: Rebecca Shanahan.

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