CONFLUENCE: ART ON SITE IN DOCKLANDS
The land on which Confluence: Art on Site in Docklands took place is Wurundjeri and Bunurong territory. The Front and Wynter Projects offer our respect to the Kulin nation and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander peoples.
Confluence : Art on site in Docklands, came out of a collaboration with Deb Bain-King of The Front and Chantal Wynter of Wynter Projects. It was a 2 hour guided art walk through a series of ephemeral artworks that responded to the heritage of the Docklands area as a site of transition, migration and arrival, central to the development of the Melbourne.
Artists Dagmara Gieysztor, Clive Bourne, Deb Bain-King, Annee Miron, and Ashlee Laing spent a year sifting and responding to the history and landscape of Docklands. Out of this research came a range of works that included sound, performance, sculpture, projection and an audience participatory encounter that were curated into specific locations around Victoria Harbour in the Docklands.
photo credits: Shuttermain 2016
CONFLUENCE, SOUND PIECE, CLIVE BOURNE SITE: UNDER BOLTE BRIDGE
THE ARRIVAL, DEB BAIN-KING, PERFORMANCE/PARTICIPATORY EVENT with maps
NEW QUAY PROMENADE / WATTLE RD
THE PAPER BOAT PROJECT, DAGMARA GIEYSZTOR, installation and workshops,
NEW QUAY PROMENADE / HARBOUR ESPLANADE
FALLEN AT DOCKLANDS, ANNEE MIRON, PARTICIPATORY INSTALLATION,
cardboard construction, CENTRAL PIER
UNTITLED (NEW POLICY), 2013, ASHLEE LAING, PROJECTION
THE FOOD COURT ARI, WATER FRONT CITY