I'd gone to the city to see the Napoleon exhibition at the NGV one saturday and realised that Sticky Institute would be open. What else to do but pop by, but not before admiring the newly renovated riverside facade of Hamer Hall.
It's this amazing space, where the smell and sound of the photocopier are more soothing than annoying, the walls are filled with little tidbits of people's lives just waiting to be discovered and random conversation is welcome (as I found out when a fellow browser started one with me). Even more amazing is the basement space it's in, and it leads up to Degraves street, a bustling cafe street.
By chance, I also found some of the Mali in the city sculptures. How cute are they?