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An immersive journey through a recycled plastic garden created with community members at Norlane, Rosewall and Cloverdale Community Centres.

The North Geelong Community Lantern Trail project spanned 9 months and navigated multiple lockdowns from March 2021 to November 2021. 


the indirect Object artists worked with community members at Norlane, Cloverdale and Rosewall Community Centers to design and make illuminated sculptural lanterns using locally donated recycled plastics. The project culminated in a 12 day exhibition and community engagement hub that brought all the artworks, large and small, together in an immersive illuminated journey. Each day the exhibition evolved, with community members working on site in a dedicated workshop space creating new details, textures and sculptural elements for the display.

“This project is supported by the City of Greater Geelong through the Arts & Culture Arts Industry Commissions”

Initial Engagement

Making, Design & Workshops

March - May 2021

Restricted Engagement

June - October 2021

Exhibition Outcome

Focal Point Darkroom & Gallery, North Geelong

November 13-28

Wednesday to Sunday

Exhibition Photos

Community Engagement Photos

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