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one step at a time like this is a group of artists who create participatory, locative and site responsive works. Based in Melbourne, Australia.

one step at a time like this create place-responsive and conversation-based works, focusing on the activity of the audience as an essential element in the work. Exploring ways to allow audience members to find a point of relaxed engagement, involvement and activity in the imaginal and real worlds unfolding before them.


Well . . . welcome to the new world.

So, who would've thought? - it is possible to stop the world and get off. Or at least get out and have a look at it for a moment.

Our deepest sympathies go out to those who have lost people close to them, or suffered during this outbreak.

In May last year we headed to Dublin to begin creating a new work Conversations With The Plague at Project Arts with 2 young artists, one from rural Ireland, the other from outback Australia. The work was addressing climate denialism / deferralism using Camus' novel The Plague as a framework. Little did we know that The Plague would move from a metaphor to a reality. Like all of our works, that project is on hold.

And of course, our major commission, 64 Ways of Being, is also on hold until the city and public life resume some semblence of normality. Hopefully that normality will bring with it something extrordinary and fresh, re-made with some of the things we're learning from this time. Like care . . . a sense of concern for others . . . what's really important and what isn't it.

As always, thank you for your interest in our work, and do take care of yourself and others, stay safe, stay connected. And hopefully some day we will be able to bring one of our works to wherever you may be.


en route 2009
en route

undreamed shores
undreamed shores

contemplating gold 2009
contemplating gold

war lounge 2008
war lounge

beast banquet 2007
Beast Banquet

Since I Suppose

forever young glasses
forever young

nowhere bag

mutant futurist
carnival of futures

southern crossings
southern crossings


pop up 2010