The Infinity Tube

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The Infinity Tube is a public light sculpture that uses an infinite mirror illusion to create an endless tunnel, allowing viewers to stand still and psychologically enter a space that doesn’t exist.


The opening night for The Infinity Tube has been pushed back a week to Friday the 21st of May.

Bright and glistening among the dirt and debris of an inner city laneway, The Infinity Tube appears like an incongruous and mystical science fiction prop. Nestled within the surrounding architecture, it is unclear whether the tube is a pathway into the building’s interior or an unknown universe. Standing upon its threshold, you can’t help wanting to step inside, and follow in the footsteps of countless fantasy and science fiction heroes who abandon their present reality for the risky business of entering another.

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Supporters: Arts Victoria, Australia Council for the Arts, The Keir Foundation, Aesop


Yake Weiss

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· Dates & Times ·

Exhibition Times · Thursday May 13—Sunday May 30 from 6:00PM

Meyers Place, Unnamed Alley off Meyers Place, Melbourne

Off Bourke Street between Spring and Exhibition Streets

Duration: After dark

Price: Free

Opening Night · Friday May 21 from 6:00PM

Lily Blacks, 12 – 18 Meyers Place, Melbourne

Price: Free.