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Kaleidoscope

  • Art, Installation
  • Arts Centre Melbourne, Southbank
  1. People walk past the multicoloured Kaleidoscope installation in the Arts Centre forecourt
    Photograph: Arts Centre
  2. A glass art installation rises to the ceiling in bright pink, orange, green and blue colours
    Photograph: Common State
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Time Out says

Step inside a giant version of the childhood toy of your dreams at the Arts Centre

There's always one totally Instagrammable art piece at every festival – and at Rising this year, Kaleidoscope is surely it. 

Keith Courtney, the artist behind the popular 1000 Doors and House of Mirrors art installations, delivers a kaleidoscopic mirror maze of constantly shifting coloured lights that will transport you right into the centre of the much-loved children's toy. 

The dreamy illusion is at once fascinating and disorientating, accompanied by a soundscape sung by The National Boys Choir of Australia and composed by Tamil Rogeon. It's definitely not one to miss at this year's festival.

Written by Bianca O'Neill

Details

Address:
Arts Centre Melbourne
100 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne
3004
Transport:
Nearby stations: Flinders Street
Price:
$15

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