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Roma Interpretive Centre

Roma Saleyards

Arterial Design

Working at Arterial Design, I undertook the design and documentation of an Interpretive Centre in rural Queensland that told the stories of cattle musterers through projections, video interviews, tactile panels and photographs. My role involved research, development of exhibition narrative, content collection, spatial planning, conceptual design, design development, construction documentation, video production and coordinating the design with the base build.

I worked with AV and projection specialists, lighting designers, multimedia designers, graphic designers and cinematographers. The Design & Construct contract allowed me to liaise closely with the fabricators & installers from the early stages of the design process, working through cost-effective solutions to resolve complicated and challenging design features such as the curved walls and matching content panels.


The most rewarding part of this project was the week long research trip we embarked on in Roma. We shared stories with the locales, spend time on the land, and experience our content first-hand. That visit was central to the final experience, and when locals told us they felt like this exhibition told their personal stories, we knew we had gotten it right.

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