UTS Library’s Artists-in-Residence investigate the library retrieval system

(21 April 2015) UTS Library began an Artist-in-Residence Program in 2012 to bring in the artistic talents of creative people to inject playfulness, art and culture into all aspects of the Library’s operations. This year, artists Elisa Lee and Adam Hinshaw were tasked with interpreting and responding to the Library Retrieval System (LRS).

The LRS is UTS Library’s state-of-the-art underground storage system, which stores books, journals and objects in 11,808 steel storage bins, hidden five stories below Alumni Green.

Find out what happened in the illustrated article by Elisa Lee and Adam Hinshaw.