We are a dynamic, independent, highly qualified and multi-skilled team with a track record which includes events in Brisbane, Paris, Thessaloniki and Cairo; and exhibitions and festivals in Australia and the USA.

We practice, teach and research in the areas of design, cultural theory, contemporary culture, indigenous culture, visual arts, history and decolonial studies—all evidenced in numerous publications internationally.

We are not interested in idealism, gesturalism, worn-out slogans, instrumental pragmatism and forms of action that continually and demonstrably fail. We reject ‘single issue politics’ recognising all problems to be faced are relationally connected. We know that analysis alone is insufficient and action that is not well informed will fail; action must be directed by an understanding guided by both formal and informal knowledge.

We are interested in making the problems of the broken far more evident and effectively communicated. We will act without cynicism, any notion of the possession of the power of salvation, or a belief that humanity has an intrinsic capacity to survive.

We have experience working together on a variety of local and international projects and come together with goodwill, ideas, determination and an understanding of the limits of what we know.

Current Project:  Making an Age of Repair: Queensland

Other Projects: Kids who Care and Repair

Projects we have been involved in individually and collectively prior to Redirective Practice:
Design Sustainability & the Urmadic University
Design Futures Hothouse 2011
Thessaloniki Hothouse 2013

Tristan Schultz                                                     Christine Moulder
TEDxGriffith                                                            On LinkedIn
How might we Build a Culture of Repair
The Sold Coast
Relative Creative
On Twitter

Rebecca Barnett                                                   Lennah Kuskoff
On Twitter                                                                On Twitter
Seeding Opportunity (with Pi Studio)                       Redesigning Everyday Practices

Chenoa Pettrup                                                    Zoe Yakimoff
At the Asia Pacific Design Library                           Reading Things
On Twitter

Make contact to talk more: redirectivepractice@gmail.com