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100 Points of Light - City-wide public art

100 Points of Light Presented by Next Wave

100 Points of Light will be turning on in Melbourne's alleys and laneways, street corners and shopwindows, creating a dazzling and discrete web of installations, projections and glowing icons that will lead locals and visitors alike on a walking tour through the more unusual nooks of Melbourne.

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Projects include:

Joseph Barrows, Surveillance Survey (VIC), Angela Chong, The Other Wordly: A Detective Story (Singapore), Scott Cotterell, Shake (TAS), Caroline Fox and Kathryn Hall, Satelloon (NSW), The Third Person, Collective Commonwealth Anthem (England), Emilio Fuscaldo, Birdie (VIC), Kathy Gray, Under the Influence (NSW), Bernard Hellier, Smoke and Mirrors (VIC), Véronique La Perrière Marcoux, Antechamber for the Light (Canada), Malcolm Levy, A Video Painting Exhibition (Canada), Cara MacLeod and Kyla Ring, Funghishpere 3: Finding Your Sensors (NSW), Jimmy Ogonga (Kenya), Katy Plummer, Shrine (NSW), Paul Robertson, Pirate Baby’s Cabana Battle Streetfight 2006 (VIC), Brydee Rood, Natural Selection 06 (New Zealand), Jess Russell, 24 hour sunsets - a homage to Imaginary lines (VIC), Ben Sheppard, Flags (VIC), Aparna Sharma, Crossings in a Beautiful Time, The Black Heart Gang, The Tale of How (South Africa), Dave Towey/Caroline Falconer, Illumination (NSW), Yandell Walton, Inside the Empire (VIC), James Webb, Black Planet (South Africa), James Webb, The Operative Word (South Africa), Tim Webster, The Block (VIC), Bo Wong, surface tension (VIC), Joel Zika, Arcade (VIC), Emile Zile, New Ruins LED (VIC)

For a list of 100 Points of Light sites around the Melbourne CBD, visit

Supported by City of Melbourne, The Arts Council of Wales and the Canadian Consulate General.

Date: 1526 March
Time: Dusk - midnight
Location: City-wide, CBD

Image: top by Tim Webster, The Block, 2006; bottom by Brydee Rood, Tui Wheelie, 2005.
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