Artists: Clare McCracken, Brienna Macnish, Robert Jordan and collaborators
Our city is in a state of flux: climate change, rapid population growth, housing affordability, technological advances such as driverless cars and shifts in the labour market are all gearing up to permanently change both the look of our city and how we inhabit it. Section 32 is a site-specific immersive installation that consumes a residential home in Boronia, creatively looking at what the stand-alone suburban house may be like by the end of this century.
Knox City Council invites you to visit the house and be part of this interactive art installation.
231 Boronia Road, Boronia.
Book FREE Tickets
Open Mondays and Saturdays from 12 November to 10 December 2016, 10am to 4pm.
Transport to Section 32
Catch the train to Boronia Station and walk approximately 400 metres towards Melbourne up Boronia Rd or catch the bus (the bus stops immediately outside the Section 32 house). If you are driving, please park your car at St Josephs Primary School (Boronia Rd, Boronia), across the road from Section 32
and walk across at the lights. Disabled parking is available at the house. Wheelchair access available (unable to accommodate motorised scooters).