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Visit the Junction website for all the info on the rest of the program!

    BOOK TICKETS ONLINE

    Visit the Junction website for all the info on the rest of the program!

  2. "The Stream / The Boat / The Shore / The Bridge is a live public artwork along and across the Yarra River.
    See a familiar place from four new perspectives and add your thoughts and your hands to the action.
    Sometimes divided, sometimes connected, you’ll have questions to answer and decisions to make”

    Just four participants at a time experienced a series of interconnected site-specific performances at sites surrounding the Southbank Pedestrian Bridge in Melbourne, Australia. The creative development and premiere season was supported by the 2012 Next Wave Festival.

    We’d like to thank the team who did a fabulous job on this video:

    Director/Producer/DOP: Max Milne www.maxmilne.com
    Editor: Thomas Kinsman www.thomaskinsman.com
    Sound Designer: Adam Hunt

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  4. 2012 Next Wave Festival tickets ON SALE NOW!

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    The Stream / The Boat / The Shore / The Bridge

    By Dan Koop & Co.

    In a world where we all want something, but don’t always know how to get it you’ll have the chance to see the world from four perspectives - The Stream / The Boat / The Shore / The Bridge - and add your thoughts, your voice and your hands to the action. Sometimes connected, sometimes divided, you’ll have some questions to answer and decisions to make.

    Water flows through the city. Where did it come from? Where will it go? Will you go with the flow?

    Dates: 19 – 27 May 2012 on the hour between 11-2 and 3-5 (no performances Tues 22 May) / Duration: 75 minutes
    Ticket prices: $25 Full / $20 Concession (+$2.50 booking fee)
    Bookings are essential: www.nextwave.org.au
    Meeting point: Southbank Wharf, next to Southbank Pedestrian Bridge 
    For more info: www.theSBSB.com / Twitter: @theSBSB

    Please note this is an outdoor event - please dress appropriately for the weather.