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36. Matt Bonner: Phobophobia
May
3
8:50 pm20:50

36. Matt Bonner: Phobophobia

At this year’s Geelong After Dark Matt Bonner will be showcasing his work once again on City Hall in Gheringhap St. Matt’s projection explores GAD’s theme Heighten your senses through a piece called ‘Phobophobia’ the fear of fear itself.

The projection will include a panic button for instantaneous relief.

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16. ACT Natimuk/Made In Natimuk, Y Space, Transience and Mary French: Galaxias - A view beneath the surface from the sky.
May
3
6:30 pm18:30

16. ACT Natimuk/Made In Natimuk, Y Space, Transience and Mary French: Galaxias - A view beneath the surface from the sky.

“Gravity defying feats await you when the Barwon Water forecourt is transformed by artists from Made In Natimuk.

ACT Natimuk, Made in Natimuk, Y Space, Transience and Mary French have collaborated to bring to life this site-specific, bespoke performance event with and for the Geelong Community.

With help from local schools Barwon Heads Primary and Barwon Valley School, the event features shadow puppets, aerial dancing and animation projections. The project features a genus of native fish that live in the rivers and estuaries of the Barwon waterways.

10min show on the hour from 6.30pm.

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42. Joel Zika: Uplight
May
3
6:00 pm18:00

42. Joel Zika: Uplight

  • Laneway/ Entry to Mavs off Little Malop Stree just before beav's bar (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Uplighting is normally reserved for churches and other monuments, in this projection work, beautiful up-lit details are seen on the concrete surfaces of Geelong. Artist Joel Zika transforms functional surfaces, inviting participants to explore and find new beauty in lesser trodden paths of the City.

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17. Rose Ertler: Complimentary Lane
May
3
6:00 pm18:00

17. Rose Ertler: Complimentary Lane

To compliment someone is to give a gift, a congratulatory kiss, a sign of approval.

Yes! You’ve made an excellent decision. You’re dancing in the right direction. Your footwork is impeccable!

Restore your faith in humanity with a collection of genuine compliments collected in Geelong.

A positively heart tingling experience!

Featuring compliments by:
students at Matthew Flinders Girls Secondary College and Diversitat.

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59. Jessica Costa: Can you hear colours?
May
3
6:00 pm18:00

59. Jessica Costa: Can you hear colours?

Synaesthesia is a perceptual phenomenon in which the production of a sense impression by stimulation of another sense, leads to involuntary experiences, where sound may be seen in colour. “Can you hear Colours?” will engage an audio-visual performance, as colour light representations awaken your senses guided by melodic structures.

Performances at 6.30, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30pm.

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52. Coastal Pod Collective & Revitalising Central Geelong: Urban Oasis
May
3
6:00 pm18:00

52. Coastal Pod Collective & Revitalising Central Geelong: Urban Oasis

The Urban Oasis will offer a multi-sensory immersive experience which features a projected visual feast for the eyes, enhanced by sound, calming scent and tactile textures. The visitor will be guided from a hot, dry, city-scape to a lush, calm space. A poetic alignment with Revitalising Central Geelong’s vision.

Coastal Pod Collective artist: Caroline Hawkins, Amanda Magan and Rebecca Hoskings.

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49. Olaf Meyer: INTERNALISED MEDIA
May
3
6:00 pm18:00

49. Olaf Meyer: INTERNALISED MEDIA

Street art projection response to Baby Gorilla. This is the third part of a series of responses by Meyer. The next generation will be immersed in social media as they meet the challenge of discovering themselves. The play of light and digital animation compliments the work and underscores the topic of parental responsibility, early learning in the media age and information overload.

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50. Blink Dance Theatre: Assembly Room
May
3
6:00 pm18:00

50. Blink Dance Theatre: Assembly Room

Blink Dance Theatre invites you to join us in the laneway parlour! Our assembly of women explore the changing landscape of Geelong’s past, present and future.

Framed by large scale projections, Assembly Room will take you on a movement journey, exploring the body as a site for unity and difference, as well as connection and community.

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33. Corrina Eccles and Norm Stanley: Welcome To Country
May
3
6:00 pm18:00

33. Corrina Eccles and Norm Stanley: Welcome To Country

A Welcome to Country is a protocol where Aboriginal Traditional Owners welcome others to their land and the land of their ancestors. The Welcome to Country ceremony is carried out as a sign of respect and connection to Welcome people. This practice has been conducted for many generations by Elders or respected peoples of the Traditional Owner group. When Inviting Traditional Owners to conduct a Welcome ceremony it shows respect for the Traditional Owners and Elders. The Traditional owners believe in the spirituality of this ceremony and by partaking in the ceremony you will be protected and have a safe journey on their Traditional lands.

A welcome is often spoken in the Traditional Language of the Traditional owners, and it is to be the first thing conducted at events, Gatherings etc. Once you are welcomed on country it is a sign of respect that in return you Acknowledge the ceremony and Traditional owners.

Corrina Eccles Wadawurrung Woman will Welcome us in Wadawurrung Language and Norm Stanley Didge Player will be alongside her.

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