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Katena Luminarium by Architects of Air will take up residency at Bunjil Place; supplied

A sensory overload of colour, shapes and cavernous tunnels, Katena Luminarium by Architects of Air (pictured top) will take up residency at Bunjil Place from 27 September-6 October (ticketed). This inflatable walk-in installation designed by artistic director Alan Parkinson will transport visitors to a world of resplendent light.

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