Way-the Water-the Walk (Reserved for the Convenience or Pleasure of the People)
Part large scale puzzle, part performance in a plumbed landscape, Way-the Water-the Walk (Reserved for the Convenience or Pleasure of the People) invites the public into the push, pull and complex balancing act of water management.
It is a river basin ‘simulator’ offering an experience that highlights the stakes at play and draws from the multiple mechanisms affecting the Murray Darling Basin in which Mount Alexander and Jaara Country are located.
Leap into this convergence, play in the currents, test thresholds and trial solutions.
the Way-the Water-the Walk can be viewed and witnessed in the Stoneman Gallery at the Castlemaine Art Museum - 14 Lyttleton St, Castlemaine VIC 3450
Public viewing and participation: Friday 27th November, Saturday 28th November, and Sunday 29th November
anytime between 12 noon - 4.00pm in one hour sessions
LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE IN COVID SAFE SURROUNDS!!!
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AND PLEASURE RESERVE YOUR PLACE BY CLICKING ON THE RED BUTTON BELOW