Join us for a free, guided walking tour at the Queen Victoria Market, 12.30-1.30pm on market days. During these walks, you will be immersed in eight Biennial Lab projects, from neon poetry to a live radio booth, considering What happens now? Limited spaces.
During this walk, you will experience all eight projects happening as part of Biennial Lab. Today’s walk also includes two artist talks by Kiron Robinson, whose work Upon this troubled sea looks at the market’s chaotic fluidity as a place of comfort and contentment, and Steven Rhall, whose work Gesture (70º East) New Day Rising uses the market’s grid formation in examining the demarcation of land and the grid’s influence on our urban environment. This walk will be led by Biennial Lab's Chief Curator, Natalie King. Learn more about these projects and their context within the market.
Artists talking: Kiron Robinson and Steven RhallWhen: Friday 21 October, 12.30-1.30pmWhere: Setting out from Biennial Lab Hub, 145 Victoria St, Melbourne. Map.How much: Free! Bookings essential as space is limited. Book here.