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Nomanslanding on Darling Harbour

A 120 metre floating artwork will provide an opportunity for visitors to have an immersive, reflective experience while floating in the middle of Darling Harbour.

A 120 metre floating artwork will provide an opportunity for visitors to have an immersive, reflective experience while floating in the middle of Darling Harbour. The world premiere of Nomanslanding on Darling Harbour is part of the national Centenary of ANZAC commemorations. Nomanslanding features a pair of floating, extendable walkways, reminiscent of early 20th century naval pontoon bridges. Visitors approach 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 so visitors peer across a 10 metre divide at each. The two halves then move together and are united in a chapel-like, shared space for contemplation. 

Source:  Tourism Australia

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