The year is 2050. In southern Australia there is a plot of land known as Eucalara.
Eucalara is already feeling the impact of climate change. Climate refugees started arriving decades ago, invasive species are on the move, and water is an increasingly precious resource. Amongst all this are seven siblings. The siblings have inherited this land from their great-grandmother, but can’t agree on what should be done with the land. They each have a different idea for what qualifies a good life and a good future.
Meet the siblings and help to shape the future of Eucalara through the choices that you make. SEVEN SIBLINGS FROM THE FUTURE asks what sort of future we want for South Australia. We consider the way that our personal values shape our decisions. How do these choices affect our community?
Adapted from its original showing at the Heureka Science Centre in Helsinki, MOD. is stepping into 2050.
Visit Eucalara in person from 30 November 2019 until 17 November 2020.
MOD. respects First Nations communities and cultures. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this exhibition/ exhibit contains images, voices and the names of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and may include those who are deceased.
These accessibility considerations are included in the galleries throughout this exhibition, but differ slightly between galleries. Check each exhibit page to confirm the accessibility considerations in the space.
For more details on accessibility at MOD. see here.
A big thanks to everyone who made SEVEN SIBLINGS FROM THE FUTURE possible. See them all here.
If you didn’t get to visit SEVEN SIBLINGS FROM THE FUTURE, or just miss hanging out in Great-Grandma’s backyard with your new siblings, you can check out the 360 degree video below and re-live the memories.