The SRD Change 10 exhibition is the culmination of a collaborative process uniting the wisdom and knowledge of tertiary educators, practical working expertise of design professionals and new creative enthusiasm of final year graduate project research. The result promotes fresh ideas and solutions, through which society can be more sustainably aware and responsible.
The SRD Change series is a project of the Society for Responsible Design and this year is part of Sydney Design 10 presented by the Powerhouse Museum. SRD Change 10 presents its seventh annual exhibition, showcasing projects that inspire and challenge convention. Selected from design disciplines across Sydney's leading tertiary institutions, these Graduate projects address issues of sustainability, social equity and community.
The thinking embraced by these projects, highlights how responsible design can significantly contribute to more sustainable practices across all design streams such as industrial design, architecture, fashion, visual communication, interiors, landscape and all design forms. This insightful exhibition confirms the importance of higher education as an integral element to enabling change. SRD Change is designed to promote greener graduate projects completed in the previous year as well as nurturing ideas for candidates in upcoming years of study.