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Visual Artist Julie Andrews 

Video Works:

Beyond the Horizon: the lure of the liminal journey, collaborative video & participatory walk

  • 2018 Enlighten Projection Festival

  • 2018 White Night Bendigo

  • 2019 Anything But Square, Festival Federation Square, Beyond the Horizon art video, Melbourne

  • 2021

  • Walking the creek: reconnecting place through light projection, Tim Edensor and Julie Andrews, School of Geography, University of Melbourne, Carlton, Victoria, Australia and Bendigo, Victoria, Australia, Geographical Research Journal 2019


Artist in Transit: 

The ‘Artist in Transit’ intervention was a participatory drawing activity conducted on trains that spanned six months between April and October 2014. This work involved a minimum of two days travel per week on off peak train services between Bendigo and Melbourne, Victoria.  Each journey took two-hours, which allowed time for the production and collection of sustained drawings from commuters. This participatory art intervention resulted in over seven hundred drawings, one residency and four exhibitions, taking place at the Front Gallery, Docklands, Melbourne and the Bendigo Railway Station, RMIT Spiritual Centre, Melbourne and the Bendigo Goldfields Library.


  • Bendigo Magazine, Spring Ed. ‘Artist in Transit’ Sept. 2014

  • ABC Radio National, Books & Arts Daily Program, 23/07/2014

  • Bendigo Advertiser Articles: ‘Art in Transit’, 26/07/2014

  • ‘Bendigo Station adorned with impromptu art’ 02/07/14

  • Art Swank MAIN FM, 7pm -8 pm 23/06/2O14 1hr interview

  • ABC 7:30 News “Artist in Transit’ project 18/June/2014

  • Red Symons ABC Breakfast, 7:25 am interview 12/06/2014

ABC 7:30 News “Artist in Transit’ project 18/June/2014

Enlighten & White Night Bendigo Library Windows Beyond the Horizons.png
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