Confluence

Lighting and Urban Art Meet Down by the River

Motorists making a nighttime crossing of Melbourne's new Bolte bridge are unexpectedly presented with one of Australia's largest works of lighting art: an entire grain terminal as the canvas for a projected work titled Confluence.

It's a project designed to recall the city's history. Originally a meeting place for the Kulin Aboriginal nation, the European settlement of Melbourne was established in 1835 on Port Phillip B

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