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Silver Rain<h4>Release Creative</h4>
May
5
8:40 PM20:40

Silver Rain

Release Creative

Watch the wonder spread when award-winning sisters and opera sensations Kirilie and Ruth Blythman come together, with the talented projection artist Michael Carmody, to create a truly immersive and evocative performance. Using the expressive music of Ricky Ian Gordon as a canvas, Silver Rain explores themes of nature, community, creativity and time, found in the words of famous American poets including Langston Hughes, Dorothy Parker and Emily Dickinson.

Also at 6:10pm.

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Activ8ed<h4>Matt Bonner</h4>
May
5
7:00 PM19:00

Activ8ed

Matt Bonner

An experimentation with how to make an urban space become interactive through touch, Matt Bonner's projection encourages audience participation through interaction between the environment, the people and the technology.

The projection on City Hall will become a composition of sound and light which will be triggered by the human touch to create a live experience.

City Hall becomes Activ8ed.

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Silver Rain<h4>Release Creative</h4>
May
5
6:10 PM18:10

Silver Rain

Release Creative

Watch the wonder spread when award-winning sisters and opera sensations Kirilie and Ruth Blythman come together, with the talented projection artist Michael Carmody, to create a truly immersive and evocative performance. Using the expressive music of Ricky Ian Gordon as a canvas, Silver Rain explores themes of nature, community, creativity and time, found in the words of famous American poets including Langston Hughes, Dorothy Parker and Emily Dickinson.

Also at 8:40pm.

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Façade Projection <h4>Joel Zika</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Façade Projection

Joel Zika

An interactive artwork that can be seen from great distances and interacted with intimately.

Artist Joel Zika invites participants to explore fantastic mural projections using digital controllers. Façade uses new techniques to create a projected animation that is revealed as participants wave digital flashlights towards this public canvas.

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Mountain to Mouth @ Geelong After Dark: Connecting Song <h4>Fatty Phew, Jeff Harwood and Tex Miller</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Mountain to Mouth @ Geelong After Dark: Connecting Song

Fatty Phew, Jeff Harwood and Tex Miller

Connecting Song is an initiative to support unsigned acts by teaming them with mentors to write a song inspired by a place on the 80km Mountain to Mouth arts walk. Their songs have been recorded and the video clips created which will debut at Geelong After Dark. The mentors are Geelong’s best in the business: Adalita (of Magic Dirt fame), hip hop artist Trem One and highly respected musician Tim Neal.

*Adult Content: Entry 18 years+

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libr_array <h4>(((20hz)))</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

libr_array

(((20hz)))

From a considered, synaesthetic audio-visual lock, to an infectious dance of audio and colour, libr_array is an energetic celebration of the sound of light. This project extends from an initial series of experiments (((20hz))) undertook for the City of Melbourne. These trials explored the idea of a music for the deaf – and the musical voice composers would bring to a work using hue and intensity, instead of frequency and volume.

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Trend: Your City <h4>Merinda Kelly, Soraya Mobayad and Yasmin Mobayad</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Trend: Your City

Merinda Kelly, Soraya Mobayad and Yasmin Mobayad

Merinda Kelly, in collaboration with Soraya Mobayad, Yasmin Mobayad, and a range of local artists and lowercase poetry will present an exciting, interactive laneway installation which responds imaginatively to the City and its current state of de-industrialisation. Experience for yourself the colourful and illuminating voices of workers and poets. Delight in an abundance of material objects once desired and loved. Join us to explore and re-imagine your urban future in real time.

PARTICIPATE: Bring along a small, non-breakable manufactured object that you no longer want, need or love to add to our totems to material culture. By placing your object inside the totem, you may be absolved of your material guilt!

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Available Light <h4>David McCooey & Maria Vella</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Available Light

David McCooey & Maria Vella

  • Sally Walker Project Space Deakin Waterfront Opposite Cunningham Pier (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

David McCooey and Maria Vella explore the Sound of Light through poetry, sound, and image. Their audio-visual installation, ‘Available Light’, brings to life recent poetry by David on the theme of ‘light and dark’ through Maria’s startlingly original video art and David’s immersive music and sound design.

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To the End of Time <h4>David King & Joseph Stanaway</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

To the End of Time

David King & Joseph Stanaway

David King’s video projection takes us on a spellbinding journey through time and space, from the darkest depths of the ocean to the furtherest reaches of interstellar space, the sound of this dazzling cornucopia of light captured by hypnotic music and sound effects from Joseph Stanaway.

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Organic Tunes of Light - Musical Illuminated Mushrooms<h4>Margie Balazic, Zlatko Balazic and George Balazic</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Organic Tunes of Light - Musical Illuminated Mushrooms

Margie Balazic, Zlatko Balazic and George Balazic

What really is happening in Geelong’s rich soils? As the sun goes down, and we rest our feet… up pops giant treasures of precious mushrooms, golden colourful toadstools with sounds that merge gracefully creating a night of beauty.

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Thunderstorm & The Geelong Harmony Choir <h4>Anne Scott Wilson & Sean Loughrey</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Thunderstorm & The Geelong Harmony Choir

Anne Scott Wilson & Sean Loughrey

An installation by artists Sean Loughrey and Anne Scott Wilson, aimed to entice the senses in a theatrically staged, thunderous light show. The project features performances by the Geelong Harmony Choir “singing the storm”. The ames Street Bakery becomes a stage for a multi-media artwork and live performance in an event for all.

2 x 15min acts at 7.30pm and 8.30pm

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Courthouse Youth Arts <h4>Various Artist</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Courthouse Youth Arts

Various Artist

Light Conversations (Gallery Ground Level)

Is an experimental and immersive installation that focuses on incidental interactions between the audience and the light and soundscapes that unfold. Light conversation draws on the very notion of “The Sound of Light” in that it removes the significance of the spoken word all together, replacing it instead with a perception of mood and sensation.

A Collaboration between Courthouse Youth Arts and Somebody’s Daughter (Theatre Level 1)

From the steps of CHYA you will be spirited into the theatre, to a time before colonization, before bricks and the ‘law’ - before the Before. Join us as we march the streets leading to Courthouse Youth Arts. Blend your voice with those voices that echo from the streets of old.

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Surge<h4>Jasmine Grace</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Surge

Jasmine Grace

An interactive installation that creates mesmerising waves of light across the night sky.

As all things are made of waves and particles, this work explores the nature of reality and the part wavelengths play in its formation.

Come and encounter a rhythmic force of energy, light and sound, that will activate your senses in a playful experience for all ages.

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Industry Tracks<h4>#Vacant Geelong Team: Mirjana Lozanovska, David Beynon, Cameron Bishop, Diego Fullaondo, Anne Wilson, Vanessa Whittem</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Industry Tracks

#Vacant Geelong Team: Mirjana Lozanovska, David Beynon, Cameron Bishop, Diego Fullaondo, Anne Wilson, Vanessa Whittem

This project provides an immersive aural/visual experience that powerfully evokes the sounds, views, atmosphere and memories of train travel through the industrial areas of northern Geelong. The project’s sights and sounds blend the past, present and future of industry and its immense contribution to the culture of Geelong.

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Misguided Senses <h4>Various Artists</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Misguided Senses

Various Artists

  • Geelong Regional Library and Heritage Centre (Ground) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We limit ourselves by believing that we can only experience the world with five senses... Eugénie English presents her first work of 2017 ‘Misguided Senses,’ through contrasting combinations of location, sound and movement she delivers an exciting film exploring a new perception of environment and contemporary dance.

On the hour from 6pm.

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The Story Telling Machine<h4>Betty Sargeant – Creative Director and Artist; Justin Dwyer - Technical Director and Artist; Peter Walker - Creative Coder; Andrew Ogburn - Composer and Audio Tech</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

The Story Telling Machine

Betty Sargeant – Creative Director and Artist; Justin Dwyer - Technical Director and Artist; Peter Walker - Creative Coder; Andrew Ogburn - Composer and Audio Tech

  • Geelong Regional Library and Heritage Centre (Level 5) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

An interactive media artwork, The Storytelling Machine instantly transforms the public's drawings into animated characters that roam the artwork's worlds. Ultimately The Storytelling Machine presents a collective story. Come along and be involved in Australia’s first exhibition of this creative technology experience. The Storytelling Machine was co-produced under sponsorship from the Asia Culture Centre and the ACI (South Korea). The development of The Storytelling Machine was supported by the City of Melbourne; the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria; the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund; the City of Port Phillip through the Cultural Development Fund and the Exertion Games Lab.

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Light Works <h4>Courtney Border</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Light Works

Courtney Border

  • Sally Walker Project Space Deakin Waterfront (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A silent projection video created entirely with light, communicating the raw beauty of it. Light Works is an inclusive and meditative experience allowing viewers to take a break from their busy lives and immerse themselves in an unexplainable and enthralling experience that is simultaneously calming and inspiring.

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