'Couch World' is the title of a multicultural arts project being produced for Human Right's Day and will run in the city of Melbourne for four days in early December.
For four days of summer, a living art display will pop up as an outdoor ‘living room’ at Signal. Featuring several couches transformed on-site by street, visual and installation artists inspired by young people and their thoughts on human rights. Be ready to experience firsthand traditional street art, environmental art plus video, soundscapes and puppetry. Keep posted for more news closer to the event.
The couches will be created and evolve right before our eyes over these four days, and are open places for public to sit and chat and even join in the couch evolution.
Check out performance times where you will travel from couch to couch experiencing a series of short, live art acts by performance artists where each couch is the stage. This event is part of Talk, Walk, Sit and Spray Out, Young Voices and Contemporary Art for Human Rights produced and presented by Multicultural Arts Victoria (MAV).
Outdoor Living Room created for Human Rights
HUMAN RIGHTS, CONTEMPORARY ART, YOUTH VOICES
Friday 7- Monday 10 December, Signal, Flinders Walk, Northbank, Melbourne - FREE