Open Nov 2018Apr 2019
Ground LevelLecture Gallery
What does peace mean to you?
This is one of the questions that we asked when we commissioned new research into South Australia’s perceptions of peace. We were surprised by the results. It turns out that most South Australians do not spend much time thinking about peace. It is a fuzzy concept, associated with anything from shoes to cupcakes.
Clearly, peace needs some help with brand awareness.
University of South Australia Communication Design and Illustration students were tasked with the job of using this data to re-brand peace and to convince us that peace is worth fighting for.
The soundtrack to the gallery is a community effort: a playlist of songs that represent peace to our visitors. You can also listen to it here.
Want to know more about what South Australians think about peace?
The outcomes from the initial public survey including our infographics and student illustrations are available in our Brand Peace Booklet.
How have UniSA students rebranded peace?
Here are a few of our favourites.
Find this exhibit at the UniSA Library
- Associate Professor Anne Sharp Ehrenberg-Bass Institute
- Freerange Future Infographic design
- Benjamin Altieri MOD. intern
- Katerina Fedyk MOD. intern
University of South Australia Communication Design and Illustration students:
Zoe Armstrong, Mitchell Capurso, Sun Cho, Isabel Clifford, Chloe Coates, Maria Dizazzo, Conrad Furmanik, Fin Gaardboe, Maria Gaspar, Jiang Guo, Max Hattam, Samuel Kolesnik, Leilani Maldari, Sarah Nguyen, Thuy Nguyen, Georgie Phillips, Adele Pittendreigh, Emily Renner, Imi Scott, George Thalassoudis, Morgan Todonai, and Shenglong Wang