Pay a special visit to State Library Victoria’s majestic domed La Trobe Reading Room, which will come alive with sound as Tintin Wulia presents an immersive public artwork using sound, books and paper.
If the city could speak will see sound-based installations exhibited in different locations throughout the city for one week each. Mark them out on your map and follow the artwork trail, or enjoy a chance encounter on your lunch break.
Bookings not required.
About Tintin Wulia
Brisbane-based, Denpasar-born Tintin Wulia has exhibited in major international exhibitions since 2005, and her work is part of public and private collections around the world. Tintin Wulia is an appreciative recipient of Australia Council for the Arts' Creative Australia Fellowship 2014-2016.
This project is supported by the City of Melbourne annual Arts Grants Program and presented in partnership with the State Library of Victoria, Arts Centre Melbourne and Signal.