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River Cycle

As part of Climate Century, with Vitalstastix and Country Arts SA
Culminating in Port Adelaide, November 2018
More program details here

>>> NEXT PRESENTATION – MAY 20 – MURRAY BRIDGE REGIONAL ART GALLERY – LITTLE ART FEST <<< As part of Shed Wizard, Goolwa, January 2018 C3, Abbotsford Convent, April 2018 Ongoing Riverland activity

This project is an extension of a number of past investigations. It welcomes engagement during it’s ongoing development. More regular updates and general discussion via social media here –

River Cycle is an experiment in invention and adaptation. James Dodd will graft a bicycle to the ubiquitous tinny, producing a cobbled together watercraft. This object, a working sculpture, will be the central facilitator and discussion point for a series of real and rhetorical journeys exploring speculative sustainable technology and everyday creativity. Travelling the River Murray, over the next year, River Cycle will invite conversation with communities along its voyage, exploring human-made political and weather patterns, and the possibilities of climate change adaptation – from the pragmatic to the barely, wildly imagined. For Climate Century River Cycle will conclude an exhibition of the sculpture, a series of workshops with communities along the Port River, and the substantial documentation of collected materials, reference points and invention, along the way. Beyond the premiere exhibition the work can be presented in a range of river contexts, continuing to accumulate responses to the futures of our waterways.

I am gathering and presenting some documentation along the way via a suite of short videos.