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Wed 29 Apr 2015, 11:00am–7:00pm
Thu 30 Apr 2015, 11:00am–7:00pm
Fri 1 May 2015, 11:00am–7:00pm
Sat 2 May 2015, 11:00am–7:00pm
Sun 3 May 2015, 11:00am–7:00pm

Where: Darling Harbour, Darling Harbour, Darling Harbour, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: jemmal

Five leading artists from Europe and Australia have created a 120m floating artwork called Nomanslanding; a Free, interactive and thought-provoking installation to commemorate the Centenary of ANZAC.

Initiated by Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority the Nomanslanding installation will make its world-debut on 2 April on Cockle Bay, where it will remain on display until 3 May 2015. The artwork will then tour to the Merchant City Festival in Scotland and Germany’s prestigious Ruhrtriennale Festival of Arts. As part of Nomanslanding, visitors can participate in a public program of events at Darling Harbour commemorating the Centenary of ANZAC.

Nomanslanding draws on the maritime military heritage of three urban waterways – Darling Harbour in Sydney, the Clyde River in Glasgow and the former Eisenbahnhafen in Duisburg Ruhrort, Germany.

Featuring a pair of floating, extendable walkways, reminiscent of early 20th century naval pontoon bridges, visitors will approach the installation from opposing shores across the water, in an unfamiliar no man’s land, to arrive in a dome structure in the middle of the bay.

The dome structure is split in two and visitors will peer at each other across a 10m divide of water – all the while with the cityscape of Sydney rising above them beyond the bay. The two halves of the dome structure then move together and visitors from opposing sides are united in a chapel-like, shared space for contemplation, with sound and song along a poetic journey of a soldier's experience.

Nomanslanding is a co-commission by Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority, Glasgow Life / Merchant City Festival and Urbane Künste Ruhr / Ruhrtriennale of Arts.

Nomanslanding is expected to attract 20,000 visitors. It will open to the public at 11am, with the final session at 7pm daily, from 2 April – 3 May.

Darling Harbour’s ANZAC commemoration program will also include a Poppy Remembrance Wall, a contemporary portrait exhibition by a Turkish-Australian artist called The Descendants Project, educational tours, a series of talks at the Australian National Maritime Museum and Monkey Baa Theatre for Young People at the Lend Lease Darling Quarter Theatre and a ‘Make your own Poppy’ to take home as a lasting symbol of remembrance.