SATURDAY OCTOBER 16
6 – 7PM
LOCATION: BOREEN POINT
Lyndon Davies, Leah Barclay and Tricia King
Join us left of the toilet block opposite Coffee Tribe Cafe in Boreen Point for a live performance; sound and projections in the Lake.
For Floating Land 2021, a new projection and sound work has been developed and we are excited to bring you three life performances where the sonic vibrations become ripples and energy, creating dynamic geometric patterns that reveal the materiality of sound using digital photography. Each sound has an individual pattern, and the wildlife featured in this project have unique geometric visualisation of their call, a sonic fingerprint. This project provides new ways to connect to the environment and discover connections between scientific methods, Indigenous knowledge and new technology.
In accordance with our Conditions of Entry, all visitors attend Floating Land Biennale (FLB) at their own risk. Whilst FLB has implemented all legally required and recommended control measures in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, by entering FLB all visitors acknowledge and accept that there currently remains an unquantifiable risk of transmission of COVID-19. All visitors are assumed to have assessed this risk of transmission, including through consideration of their own health condition, in making the decision to attend FLB.
Do not attend if you answer yes to any of the following questions:
- Have you been overseas within the last 14 days?
- Have you recently returned from declared Queensland Health hotspots?
- Have you been or someone you live with social isolated within the last 14 days?
- Do you have any flu like symptoms?
In line with the COVID restriction Roadmap for Queensland, you must wear a mask when unable to stay 1.5m apart from people who are not part of your household.