HEDONISM was MOD.’s third exhibition, with 45,565 people coming to visit.
Training Ground‘s Cascade sculpture and Grumpy Sailor was awarded a Distinction in Digital Design for the Australian Graphic Design Association Awards in November 2019. The sculpture was also shortlisted for the Australian Interior Design Awards – Installation Design in 2020.
The HEDONISM Exhibition Branding — designed by Rosina Possingham — was awarded Highly Commended in the 2020 Museums Australia Publication Design Awards. The F.A.B.L.E app was highly commended in the 2021 Museums Australasia Multimedia and Publication Design Awards.
If you didn’t get to visit HEDONISM, or just miss hanging out in Ani Liu’s beautiful real/fake garden, you can check out the 360 degree video below and re-live the memories.
In its third exhibition, MOD. is exploring HEDONISM. We are talking about things we can do to excess that make us feel good for a lifetime, not just for a weekend.
We want you to find new ways to contribute to your own lifelong journey of pleasure and wellbeing.
In HEDONISM we are surrounding ourselves with plants, we look at social media and social connection, we try the impossible: making exercise fun, and we go to space to learn how to navigate consent in relationships.
HEDONISM launches Saturday the 25th of May, and runs through to November 2019.