Michael Day


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  • ISEA2013

    Michael Day is a lecturer in the Faculty of Design, Architecture & Building at UTS, where he has been lecturing and tutoring in lighting, ergonomics, human behaviour and theatre design subjects since 2000. In 2011 he launched a new Master of Design Coursework Degree in Lighting Design. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Architecture and Masters in Design Science (Illumination) from the University of Sydney. Over a period of 40 years his international architecture, interiors and lighting design practice has completed over 200 projects in 11 countries. He has also designed exhibitions, events, plays and operas in England, Nigeria, SE Asia and Australia as well as writing, directing and designing for film. Michael was an instigator of the first Vivid/Smart Light Sydney Festival in 2009 and was one of the artists with an installation along the Light Walk in The Rocks. For the Festival he also curated the (sm)art light exhibition and organised  the Smart Light Symposia at UTS, as well as having a concurrent exhibition of his lighting research projects at the DabLab Gallery at UTS. For the 2013 Vivid Festival he is working on public interaction projects at UTS, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.


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  • AU

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