‘Jacaranda’ is a Tactile Artwork, created by Jill Huber, and mounted on a background of arrangements from the Tactile art workshop. This piece is installed at Eckersleys Art shop in Westfield Penrith.
No Boundaries presents Journey to the Riverscape.
The Journey from your home, to your destination at Penrith where the No Boundaries event happens, has two installation experiences for you including a treasure trail where you can visit tactile / sensory artwork and collect postcards to keep as a souvenir. You can enjoy these on the way to the main event, and they will be accessible until the end of September.
TRANSIT is an MP3 to listen to on your journey to Penrith.
It features a blend of upbeat travel music and voices of participants of the No Boundaries project and voices from the Campement Urbain project “Future of Penrith / Penrith of the Future”.
- Transit.mp3 < right click and choose “save as” to download, add to your ipod or iphone playlist. Listen to this on the train or bus or drive to Penrith.
BUSH TRACK is a walking guide, and collectable gifts as part of an installation (accessible 9-5 most days of September 2012 including the days of the show).
One of the collectable artwork postcards, on the “BushTrack” installation that takes you from Penrith Train Station to the Joan.
You can walk along the route from Penrith Train Station to the event destination at the Joan, seeing some of the artwork and collecting postcard images from the show, and listening to sounds recorded for the Bush Track by Participants of the No Boundaries Project.
Download the following two files by right clicking and save as.
- Bushtrack.mp3 < right click and choose “save as” to download, add to your ipod or iphone playlist. Listen to this between the train station and walking to the Joan.
- Bushtrack.pdf MAP AND WALKING GUIDE < right click and choose “save as” to download, then print out for reference.
Photos of some of the installations and postcards you will see (and touch):
Audio mix for the Transit file: Samantha Ray www.samantharay.com.au
Words of the Bushtrack Guide: Paula Novotna – www.paulainstoryland.com.au
Installation artwork and collectable postcards: Anne Stratton, Tim Smith, Jill Huber, Paul Hazell, Valda Pomery, Trisha Merriman, Kevin Finlayson, David Murphy, and participants of the Tactile Art and Sensory Art projects.
Sounds of the Bushtrack.mp3 recorded and prepared by: Kell Taylor and Greg Taylor, Paul Harrington, Bill McMillan, Sonjie Conoulty, Cindi Drennan and Brendan O’Connell.
Installation by Yvonne Loy: www.funkydisplays.com.au
Bushtrack Map: Rini Fokas & Cindi Drennan