Podcast episode featuring Millie Cattlin.
Taken from Playopolis' website, a description of the podcast:
In this episode of Playopolis, we’ll hear the second in our package of highlights from Restart the World, a panel conversation hosted by Playable City Melbourne during the recent Melbourne International Games Week.
Participants in the discussion include Millie Cattlin (Testing Grounds), Fiona Hillary (MAPS), Valli Morphett (Design Jam) and Pete Vigeant (PacManhattan).
After that, we’ll pay homage to BAR SK, Melbourne’s former destination for weird beers and trash games. Listen to some of Bar SK’s resident artists, friends and barflies as they recount their stories something something something. Featuring Melanie Huang, Joanna Tran, Ian McLarty, Louie Roots, Kristy Dosser, Lee Shang Lun, Holly Gramazio and Huw Parkinson.
Episode 4 show notes
Millie Cattlin is an architect working with provisional infrastructure and co-director of These Are The Projects We Do Together, developing projects such as Testing Grounds, Siteworks and The Quarry. Follow some of her projects on Instagram.
02:50 Restart the World Pt.2
05:00 Collective manifesto for public space
06:40 Adaptation and activation of place during Covid-19
08:50 Adventure education
10:29 Reconnecting with your local neighbourhood
14:11 Engaging with community
15:50 Blending and restarting public space
18:17 Urban play and tactical urbanism
20:28 Platforms and strategies for urban play
24:00 Researcher Rachael Vorwerk,
on her work with 64 ways of Being
32:40 Bar SK
35:00 Experience’s at Bar SK
38:28 Delete Jams
39:30 Connecting game-makers
41:50 Exhibiting art and games
45:00 Spirit of community
|Floating Garden|| 2014
|Moreland Civics Lab|| 2017
|Experimental Video System|| 2017
|Continuously Under Construction 1 – The Pyramid|| 2018
|Idea for a seat|| 2018
|Analogue Loop: Access to tools|| 2018
|Material Matters 1 – Brick|| 2018
|Siteworks Design and Operations Principles|| 2019
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