Boreen Point and Park Road Boardwalk, Noosa
Taking in two key iconic sites including Noosa’s acclaimed multimillion dollar Park Road Boardwalk that links Noosa Heads Main Beach to Noosa National Park; the 16-day event will feature 30 curated contemporary art projects presented in the picturesque, natural environment that Noosa is renowned for.
Using art to provide an opportunity for audiences to engage in conversation about the environment, Floating Land: at the edge of ideas will include an abundance of site-responsive projects, tours, artist-led workshops, symposium, performances and unique opportunities for visitors.
Featuring local, national and international artists at varying stages of their professional careers, the 2021 Biennale will run from October 9 to 24.
For full details of the artistic program and associated events, please visit floatingland.org.au
Floating Land: at the edge of ideas will launch with a FREE celebratory community event at Boreen Point on Saturday October 9, from 3pm. All welcome!
Fabrizio Biviano, Black Swan Theory 2021. Photo by Jennifer Dean.
Debbie Symons, Sing (detail), 2021. Photo courtesy of the artist.
Petalia Humphreys, Sightlines, 2021. Photo courtesy of the artist.
Natalie Ryan, A Fever of Sting Rays (detail) 2021. Photo courtesy of the artist.
Courtney Scheu and Itamar Freed, Plastic Belly, 2021. Photo courtesy of the artists.
Amanda Bennetts, Message Obscura, 2021. Photo by Jennifer Dean.
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