Dr. Troy Innocent
Troy Innocent is an artist, academic, designer and educator whose hybrid practice traverses multiple disciplines. His public art practice incorporates pervasive game design, augmented reality, and urban design supporting a long-term investigation into interactive and speculative experiences of the city as an emergent process.
In 2017 Innocent was awarded the Melbourne Knowledge Fellowship to research and develop playable cities in the UK and Europe leading to a crossdisciplinary collaboration with urban designers, policy makers and creative facilitators to transform the city through play. This approach is also central to his public art practice through ‘urban codemaking’ – a system he developed for situating play in cities such as Melbourne, Istanbul, Sydney and Hong Kong.
Innocent teaches pervasive game design at Swinburne University; and is represented by Anna Pappas Gallery.
Dr. Tim Kitchen
Dr Tim Kitchen is the Senior Education Advocate at Adobe for Asia Pacific and the Vice President of DLTV (Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria). He is also the Co-Director of the Building Bridges interfaith dialogue program in Melbourne schools.
Tim started his education career in 1991 and has taught in all three sectors (Primary, Secondary and Tertiary). Most recently, he was the Director of Learning Technologies at Strathcona Baptist Girls Grammar School in Melbourne, Australia. Tim is on the sessional teaching staff at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne where he teaches ICT in Education and also works casually with Wilkar Productions as a video producer, camera operator and editor.
A passionate advocate for creativity in education, Tim is a regular writer and presenter for a wide range of national and international journals and conferences. He is a frequent contributor to CreateWorld.