Slow Art Collective (SAC) is an interdisciplinary artistic collective established in 2009 by Dylan Martorell, Chaco Kato and Tony Adams. The group creates large-scale installations that draw on ideas of environmental sustainability, material ethics, DIY culture and collaboration. They’re interested in process-driven practices focused on the act of making. Collaboration is intrinsic to all facets of their work, and SAC’s projects use the process of collecting to address the crossovers between artistic practice, creative sustainability and individual responsibility. Recent projects include Marlarkey for the National Gallery of Victoria’s Melbourne Now festival, and Double Happiness B&B at Gertrude Contemporary.