Adelaide festivals 2020: Top Picks – Interactive

Festival season doesn't need to be a spectator sport

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Published 06 Feb 2020


A mixed-media immersive experience which invites you into a half-hour of sensory deprivation. Lay back and think of... what? COMA is something of an experiment which puts your perceptions at its centre.  

The Garden of Unearthly Delights, 14 Feb–15 Mar, not 17, 24 Feb, 2 Mar, times vary

A Doll's House

Photo by Tadzio

A life-size three storey doll's house in the middle of Rundle Mull that you can stroll right into. A gift to the city from Adelaide Festival, with the design courtesy of Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi. 

Gawler Place Canopy, Rundle Mall [Adelaide Festival], 28 Feb–15 Mar, open exhibition


It's 2050 and you're needed to shape the future you've just walked into. An interactive exhibition, laden with humour, where wrangles over a plot of climate changed land will cause you to ponder your own values. 

MOD. at UniSA, 14 Feb–15 Mar, not 17, 24 Feb, 2, 9 Mar, 10am, FREE


Step into an one of your most vivid dreams immersed in the most advanced virtual world. Eight promises to be a seamless blend of your reality with VR, where tactile experiences shape the story. 

State Library of South Australia [Adelaide Festival], 27 Feb–15 Mar, times vary