by Jude Anderson and Krista Horbatiuk

Goolwa has the bike paths so we’re providing the bikes.

This is where you borrow your bicycle to experience live art from the Coriolis Effect. It’s also where we collect and archive the myths and effects of your freewheeling adventure upon your return.From the courtyard confines of Goolwa’s Old Police Station, the Coriolis Central support crew will gear you up for an art cycle and send you off on a bike beat for up to two hours connecting you with all things Coriolis in Goolwa – the people, places, art and effects.
Coriolis Central is the hub of The Coriolis Effect’ - a unique long term investigation and experimentation by Live Arts organisation Punctum & Country Arts SA bringing together 10 artists from across Australia to explore live arts and civic engagement in regional settings.

It’s the kit-up location for a cycle through live art so that live art cycles through you.

Contributing artists are Joe Pickett and Brad Davis with members of the Goolwa and District Bicycle Users Group.

Location: Courtyard of The South Coast Regional Arts Centre, Old Goolwa Police Station - Corner Goolwa Terrace (off Cadell St) and Laurie Lane

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