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Harvest Festival 2011: Some Set Times Released + Visual Art Installations

Written by Brayden Darke on November 4, 2011

Harvest Festival is just a week away and most people are keen to know whether acts like TV on the Radio, Portishead, Mogwai, The National and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah will have clashes with each other.

The Sydney Morning Herald (newspaper) has released some set times this morning. We’ll keep it up to date here as we find out more.

Harvest Festival Set Times

Update: Harvest Festival Set Times and maps can now be found here

Great Lawn stage

The National – 7:15pm
Portishead – 8:45pm
TV On The Radio – 4:15pm
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – 1:15pm

Big Red Tractor Stage

Holy Fuck – 7:45pm

Windmill stage
Flaming Lips – 7:30pm

Visual Arts Installations

Harvest will feature two unique virtual art installations for you to try out on the day, one via an iPhone app, and one that involves downloading an audio track to be played on the day.

The Gathering of The Manna, by Luke Hespanhol, is an interactive augmented reality art installation accessible via smartphones (iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Nokia), that activates once you are at the festival. Inspired by notions of harvest, animated 3D vegetables float around the festival site, expressing their emotions upon audience interaction.

Enjoy their journey from innocent beginnings in the morning to their wild ripening in the afternoon and final dismissal in the evening as bright fallen stars. You will need to download the free Layer app to access this installation.

Eyes Wild Open, by Big One Little One, is a dynamic new audio-theatre work in which you are the headline act! Download the track to your portable electronic device (making sure you don’t listen to it first), bring along some headphones, and wait until you find a quiet moment in the day to listen. Be prepared to have your eyes opened wide in this choose-your-own-adventure book in your head.

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