Last Saturday, braving frosty weather with a multitude of other public art lovers, I wandered down to the GERTRUDE STREET PROJECTION FESTIVAL.

Now in its sixth year, the festival continues to transform public spaces and bring locals and visitors together with interactive and inspiring media art installations.

The street was packed with people and at times, we were backing into each other’s photos, but the crowd was so captivated no one seemed to mind.

I did mention it was pretty cold; so, to take some respite, we popped into the classic Belle’s Diner for a retro American-inspired diner experience. I’d heartily recommend the Wagyu beef Dinerr Burger, followed by the Key Lime Pie!

Check out the About GSPF video and get inspired to head down to Gertrude Street between 6pm and midnight until 28 July 2013.

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