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 Bio
 RHYTHM

17th April - 14th May 2024

Greville Street & Grattan Gardens, Prahran

About

BioRhythm is an adaptable sculpture that comes alive by synthesising the biofeedback of plants as they interact with their urban surroundings, transforming the data into living soundscapes and explosions of colour.

ABOUT

COMBINING
TECHNOLOGY
AND NATURE

BioRHYTHM is a multi-sensory landscape and immersive public art installation which will transform the public square, at the junction of Greville Street & Grattan Gardens from April to May 2024.

 

By blurring the lines between biology, technology and place, BioRHYTHM encourages wander and connection.

Showcasing a unique intersection of the natural and digital worlds, BioRHYTHM aims to ignite curiosity and discovery within the public realm. By combining colour, lighting, sound and plants, 

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Schedule

Schedule

17.04.24 - 14.05.24

BioRHYTHM will run from the
17th of April to
the 14th of May

The work is open and available for viewing all day and night. Drop by any time to experience the installation 

Opening Times

Mondays: 

6am - midnight

Tuesdays*

6am - midnight

Wednesdays: 

6am - midnight

Thursdays*

6am - midnight

Fridays*

6am - midnight

Saturdays*

6am - midnight

 

Sundays*

6am - midnight

Location

FULL ADDRESS:
Greville Street & Grattan Gardens, Prahran
ABOUT THIS VENUE:

BioRHYTHM will be located at the public square at the junction of Grattan Gardens and Greville st in Prahran.

This location is wheelchair accessible and outside in an open-air.

Getting here: 

Trains

  • Prahran Station on the Sandringham Line is the closest train station to both Greville Street and Grattan Gardens. Once you alight at Prahran Station, it's a short walk to both locations. Greville Street is just east of the station, and Grattan Gardens is nearby as well.

Trams

  • Route 6 (Glen Iris to Moreland) and Route 72 (Camberwell to Melbourne University) trams run along High Street and Commercial Road, respectively, which are close to Greville Street and Grattan Gardens. You would need to get off at stops that are nearest to Prahran Station or along Chapel Street and walk a short distance.

  • Chapel Street also has tram services (like Route 78) that run north-south and can drop you close to the intersection with Greville Street, making it a convenient option.

Buses

  • Several bus routes service the area around Prahran, with stops along Chapel Street and Commercial Road. You would need to choose the bus route that best suits your starting point.

Walking

  • Once you're in the vicinity, both Greville Street and Grattan Gardens are easily accessible on foot. The area is pedestrian-friendly, and signage will guide you to your destination.

Team

Production:
Buko Studio
bukostudio.co
Public Street
Concept Design:
Buko Studio
bukostudio.co
Gui Giantini
guigiantini.com
Jeff Chicharelli
Sound Design:
Myllo (Tim McDonald)
instagram.com/mymyitsmyllo/

Berkay Mete
soundcloud.com/berkaymete
Fabrication:
Substraight
Programming:
John Carolan

 
Project Leads:
Chris Nichols
Amir Mahdavian 
Rachel Iampolski

Supporters 

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We respectfully acknowledge the Wurundjeri People of the Eastern Kulin Nation as the sovereign custodians of the unceded land on which we work and present BioRHYTHM. We pay our deepest respect to their Elders, past and present. Always was, Always will be.

Thursdays
Open all day and night

Fridays
Open all day and night

Saturdays
Open all day and night

Sundays
Open all day and night
 

Mondays
Open all day and night

Tuesdays
Open all day and night

Wednesdays
Open all day and night

 

Opening Times

Running from the 
20th of February to 14th of March 2023

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