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Next Wave Festival: On the Border of Things Pt. II

May 4 - May 20

An artist and a fruit picker take o on a road trip. They’re blood, but not close. Similar, yet with very different ideas about life. As they hit the road, you’re invited along for the ride. Presented in three parts across three separate locations, On the Border of Things sees artist James Nguyen share a drive with his uncle, Ai – himself an artist who makes a living by picking fruit in regional Australia. Like James’ parents, Ai attempted to flee Vietnam back in the eighties. But in contrast, free-spirited Uncle Ai isn’t interested in this idea of being the “good new Australian” as they are.

Viewed from the driver’s seat of an old ute, the documentary is a playful and refreshingly candid take on the classic road trip trope.

4 May: Abbotsford Convent 10am – 4pm
5 May: Abbotsford Convent 9am – 3pm
6 May: Abbotsford Convent 10am – 4pm
12 May: Testing Grounds 10am – 4pm
13 May: Edinburgh Gardens 12pm – 5pm
19 May: CERES 9am – 3pm
20 May: Brunswick Mechanics Institute 3pm – 7pm

This is a free event. Book your tickets here.

Details

Start:
May 4
End:
May 20
Event Category:
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Website:
http://nextwave.org.au/events/on-the-border-of-things-part-two/

Organiser

Next Wave
Website:
http://nextwave.org.au/

Venue

Abbotsford Convent
1 St Heliers Street , Abbotsford
Melbourne, Victoria 3067 Australia
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Phone:
03 9415 3600
Website:
http://abbotsfordconvent.com.au/whats-on/key-programs/open-spaces-2016

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