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Hostile Infrastructure

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by Fiona Anderson (subscribe)
A Melbourne based writer who is a travel junkie, dedicated foodie and emerging photographer.
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Installation gives insight on the realities of disability
Hostile Infrastructure is a free, participatory and multi-sensory art installation created by Perth-based artist Bruno Booth, who uses a wheelchair. The installation aims to give participants an experience of the feelings of inaccessibility regularly faced by people with disabilities.

As participants wheel themselves down a long, narrow corridor, the walls and ceiling start to close in, making a smooth exit anything but certain!
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Why? Challenge your thinking on accessibility
When: 12 noon to 5pm Wednesday to Saturday, between 14th March and 21st April. Official opening is 6-9pm on 5th April
Where: Testing Grounds, Southbank
Cost: Free
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