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This participatory public art project will see sculptural seesaws pop up at Fed Square – and you’re invited to play. Each seesaw will connect two citizens in a guided conversation led by a built in voice program. Pivot is the brainchild of artist collaborators Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey, who describe their practice as being “driven by a curiosity and questioning about listening in human culture”. After spending two weeks at Fed Square, Pivot will spend its final day at Chapel Off Chapel in Prahran (noon-5pm, Sun Oct 1).

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