Darryl Bourke and Kishwar Rahman


Interactive Installations


iTransform explores a hypothetical future where climate change puts human existence at risk and genetic modification is a viable option for survival.

Fill out a hypothetical survey of how you want to live in future scenarios and learn, from hard science, what the individual and social effects of these decisions will be. 

The creative/scientific website is in beta mode, here: www.itransform.info 


Darryl Bourke (Engineering)
Darryl draws upon his architectural design and building experiences in finding inspirations for his art. He believes good art, like architecture, should make an aesthetic statement while having purpose and meaning. His art has evolved from hands on design and construction of structures.
Darryl has gained skills from his own experiences and experimentations as well as from the ANU centre for continuing education attending multiple digital photography and life drawing courses.

• 2017 Open studio as part of the Queanbeyan-Palerang’s Art Trail weekend
• 2015 Talking Flower Pots – Art Not Apart

Kishwar Rahman M.A. (Visual Arts, ANU) and BA (Painting, RMIT)

Kishwar has an impressive list of academic and artistic achievements, working with mixed media including using charcoal and pencil drawings on prints and video.  Her subject matter often explores the relationship between the organic and the mechanic.

Together, Kishwar and Darryl integrate visual and aural with clever engineering and a sense of humanity within technology.




1:00 pm - 3:15 pm | Jaeger Room

4:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Jaeger Room