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Floating Land 2011
14 Oct 2011
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Conceived in 2001 as an outdoor sculpture exhibition, Floating Land has made a name for itself as one of Australia's leading Green Art events. Re-engaging the community with nature has sparked the imagination of writers, performance artists, musicians, photographers, academics and scientists. Floating Land is held at Lake Cootharaba in the UNESCO-listed biosphere of Noosa, Queensland, Australia. Local film-maker James Muller and composer/guest curator Leah Barclay have created this short documentary.

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