The Ecovisualisations Project investigates the efficacy of data visualisation for communicating environmental messages and promoting behaviour change. It is a collaborative research venture between USC and SCC’s Community and Cultural Programs, and Economic Development departments. It provided USC with an innovative cross-disciplinary research project, and SCC with a cutting-edge public artwork that emphasises its mission ‘to become Australia’s most sustainable region: vibrant, green, diverse’.
Sunshine Coast Council project, 2013
Christian Jones, Susa Bohmer, Chelsea Caldwell-Ternezis, Pat Harding, Sam Hoogvliet,
Debra. Livingston, Ben. Rolfe, Uwe. Terton, Daniel Wood, Megan Marks
Sunshine Coast Council
An innovative interactive artwork, called ‘People’s Garden’ was researched, developed and showcased at Noosa Junction.