Ceri Hann is a multidisciplinary arts practitioner who develops participatory art forms intended to enhance the conditions for collective idea generation. The gifting of metaphorical objects to instigate philosophical discourse stems from Ceri’sPhD research at RMIT entitled The Making of a Knowledge Casino (2016). Over the past ten years, Ceri has been a sessional tutor and guest lecturer in the School of Art and School of Architecture and Design at RMIT and has an ongoing engagement within the Art in Public Space and MFA post-graduate programs. Ceri has presented work at Melbourne Comedy Festival (2017), Liquid Architecture (2015), RMIT Project Space (2014) and run workshops at West Space, Blindside Sound Series, and Testing Grounds. Ceri is also one half of Public Assembly, an art and design practice focused on the dynamics of social space, investing time, investigating place, and achieving unique creative interactions.

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