Welcome, Commander, to F.A.B.L.E. – the Federated Association of Believers, Leaders, and Explorers.
Turn your mobile phone in to a ‘F.A.B.L.E. Standard Issue Galactaphone Device’ and teleport onto a foreign spaceship in an attempt to establish Harmonication: a two-way flow of information and resources that constitutes perpetual benefit to both races for many generations to come.
There are protocols to follow, goals to achieve and multiple stakeholders to keep on side; can you unite our species in a way that benefits us all?
Acting as a conduit for your interaction with a physical exhibition experience, a 360 degree preview of the experience as well as a resource for support on the topic of consent, the F.A.B.L.E. at MOD. app is available on modern iOS devices using iOS 11 or above, and requires network connectivity (free WiFi is available at MOD.) and bluetooth to be turned on.
Underpinned by lessons around the topic of consent, ‘F.A.B.L.E. at MOD.’ is a guided exhibition experience at MOD. at UniSA.
For most people, healthy relationships are key to lifelong pleasure. We might joke about being alone forever, but lots of people want at least someone by their side. Consent is really important when it comes to this.
Inspired by the browser game Adrift developed by Quinn Crossley and Andrew Connell for Jennifer Ann's Group, F.A.B.L.E. uses the immersive power of games to help explore this theme, and has been designed and brought to life by Monkeystack and Molten Immersive Art.
MOD. at UniSA is a futuristic museum of discovery. It’s a place to be and be inspired.
MOD. is like no other museum experience in Australia. We sit at the intersection of art and science and we bring together researchers, industries, and students to challenge, learn, and be inspired.
Come and visit for the exhibition, and stay for the Food Lore café and the MOD. Shop. Engage with us through workshops, talks, and events.
Consent is an important part of our lives which is becoming increasingly discussed. In Australia, the below organisations are available to help continue the discussion and education around matters of consent.
KIDS HELPLINE - https://kidshelpline.com.au/
Kids Helpline is available for young people 24 hours, 7 days a week. Their service is for children of all ages and has information about respectful relationships.
1800 RESPECT - https://www.1800respect.org.au/
For counselling and support in relation to sexual violence, a 24 hour, 7 days a week telephone and online counselling resource is available at 1800 Respect.
WHITE RIBBON AUSTRALIA - https://www.whiteribbon.org.au/draw-the-line/
White Ribbon Australia is an online resource to learn about prevention of sexual harassment and violence at school and at university.
THE LINE - https://www.theline.org.au/consent-do-you-get-it/
Consent - Do you get it? Learn about consent from ‘The Line’.