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The River Runs Through

The River Runs Through is a dynamic art installation which explores the rich narrative of the water ways found at the Merbein Common - a native reserve on the Murray River of Victoria.


Created by Beck Storer and the Merbein Arts Group, the artwork combines traditional mural painting with digital printing and is presented on the walls of an old refrigerated storage shed, which was once used to store fruit for a juice factory.

Commumty Co-Design Art Project

Location - Merbein, Victoria - Google Maps Link

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Powered by the sun, at night the artwork transforms into a colourful light installation

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The project is a celebration of the spirit of the Merbein community.as the majority of funds for this initiative have been donated from local individuals and businesses.

There's nothing common
about the Merbein Common

The Merbein Common is a floodplain reserve, nestled in a bend of the Murray River just north-west of Mildura.
 
It is made up of a series of nationally significant wetlands, such as Cowanna Billabong, and diverse landscapes of
river red gum and black box. 

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Transforming the old into the new

The artwork is presented on the walls of an old refrigerated storage shed, which was once used to store fruit for a juice factory.

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