The Unseen Tour

deTour curated by: Unimelb, 2015

Looking at the freedom, rebellion and individuality that street art provides society with. A form of art that embraces, not alienates it's audience.

Locations for deTour

Find the Hosier Lane and One Way Sign (on the right side if facing down Hoiser Lane). With your eyes closed, place your hands on the wall a foot below the One Way sign, then feel your way to the right till you come across something protruding from…

Face the first door way on your left featuring a piece of chunks of wood. Walk up to the edge where the pipe comes down from the roof area (near the window edge). Close your eyes and place your hands on the cool brick at the bottom of the pipe.…

Face the front of the little cafe situated near the middle of Hosier Lane. Position yourself so you are in front of the indent on the cafe’s right. Close your eyes and approach the indent. Splay your hands out and feel along the back of the indent…

Step into the lane then face right. Step towards the pipe embedded in the wall. Close your eyes and squat down to the ground. Slowly feel along the ground till you come across an uprising in the stone. Feel the iciness of the object, its closeness to…

Stand in the middle of the lane facing Flinders Street. In front of you is the Ian Potter Museum of Art. The building is, in a sense, a shell for what is deemed proper art. You can just make out the cusps of exhibitions through its glass windows,…
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