“Liquid Interactive” at Southbank: a great family outing!

Dear collaborators and families

As part of the Brisbane Festival (3-23 September) there is a free, public installation of an interactive artwork at Southbank. It is called “Liquid Interactive Light Scope” and I would suggest it to anyone looking for an enjoyable outing that will extend the children’s learning beyond our Forest Reflections project: as you move through the tunnel you can occasionally see yourself within the continually changing imagery and in this way your presence, your interaction is contributing to and changing the visual form of the image.

My family went on Wednesday evening last week and enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere and spring night air – I would recommend the same to anyone, and particularly to enjoy the culture of our growing annual arts festival, the Brisbane Festival.

PS I challenge children and parents to find the sensors when you’re inside the artwork! And what is it? (Here’s a clue – its the same as what we used in Forest Reflections 🙂

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