School of Architecture


Tuesday 1 March 2016 to Sunday 15 May 2016


SLQ Gallery, Level 2, State Library of Queensland

Sulcus Loci is an immersive interactive installation designed and built by students from Interaction Design and Master of Architecture courses at The University of Queensland in collaboration with artist Svenja Kratz. Sound Artist Eve Klein from UQ’s School of Music has composed a complimentary soundscape for the work. Sulcus Loci showcases the impressive image library generated by researchers of Queensland Brain Institute’s Microscopy Unit. The team has created a structure and experience that highlights the interconnection between neuroplasticity and human-environment. This cross-disciplinary project was initiated by UQ Art Museum as a part of broader program to engage students and academics in a creative nexus of the arts, science and environment.

Check out the installation as part of the Asia Pacific Architecture Forum and for UQ at the World Science Festival Brisbane