Wrapped is a site-responsive collaborative project inspired by the landscape of the Queen Victoria Market when the space is packed up each day and stalls are wrapped in hessian and rope. To the artist, Hiromi Tango, this space is reminiscent of the sleeping brain, the subconscious, and genes which carry the memories of the market. Exploring the relationship between the wrapped Queen Victoria Market landscape and brain health and development, the artist, in consultation with neuroscientist, Dr. Emma Burrows of the Florey Institute and Psychiatrist, Dr Patricia Jungfer presents an undulating sculpture made from bound fabric that extrudes from a market stall.Stall: Shed A (Peel St end). Map.Special Event: Wrapped Workshops on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 October. Finale performance with musician Dylan Martorell between 5pm – 5.30pm Sunday 23 OctoberWatch: Hiromi Tango talk about WrappedImages courtesy the artist, Sullivan and Strumpf, Bryony Jackson and Tatjana Ross.