The Way- The Water- The Walk

The Way-the Water-the Walk (Reserved for the Convenience or Pleasure of the People)

Way-the Water-the Walk (Reserved for the Convenience or Pleasure of the People) invites the public into the push, pull and complex balancing act of water management. With a focus on the Murray Darling Basin, it poses a ‘wicked problem’, one that is byzantine to behold and complex to solve.

Part large scale puzzle, part performance in a plumbed landscape, The Way-the Water-the Walk is for viewing or participation at Castlemaine Art Museum, Friday November 27th, Saturday 28th, Sunday 29th. It is a river basin ‘simulator’ offering an experience that highlights the stakes at play and draws from the multiple mechanisms affecting the Murray Darling Basin in which Mount Alexander and Jaara Country are located.

You are invited to leap into this convergence, sense in the currents, test thresholds and trial solutions within Punctum’s latest live and on-line durational work that connects people to their local environment, river system, and to each other to imagine possible futures.

Jude Anderson, Punctum Inc

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Following workshops with residents and CAM members in July this year, Punctum Inc are now presenting this major work at the Castlemaine Art Museum in November.

What: the Way-the Water-the Walk

When: Friday November 27th, Saturday 28th, Sunday 29th anytime between 12pm and 4pm

Where: Castlemaine Art Museum 14 Lyttleton Street, Castlemaine

How: Space will be limited to 10 patrons at a time and according to COVID 19 Safe regulations

Cost: free

Bookings : https://www.trybooking.com/BMVFM

ABOUT PUNCTUM INC

Punctum holds both a valued place in the cultural landscape of our region and a remarkable reputation beyond. Its celebrated works have been presented locally, nationally, and internationally. Renowned for presenting ambitious projects that shift frames of reference, Punctum works collaboratively to make access to complexity a simple and often playful experience.

Punctum’s Artistic Director Jude Anderson, is an Australia Council Fellow and the 2019 recipient of the Geoffrey Milne Memorial Green Room Award for Outstanding Contribution to Experimental and Contemporary Performance. Visit Punctum here

This project has received the generous support of – Pool of Dreams, Claire Eliza’s Gift