I Think I Can (ITIC) is an interactive installation created in collaboration with model railway hobbyists - Hills Model Railway Society in Sydney, and Australian Model Railway Association (AMRA) in Melbourne. This Live Art work places scale model railway layouts in public places, railways stations and arts centres, inviting the public to engage and play by becoming temporary residents via an avatar – a tiny puppet.

Art & About Sydney and Performance Space present the world premiere
20 September – 6 October: Tue - Fri 1pm - 7pm, Sat - Sun 11am - 5pm
Central Railway Station Grand Concourse, Sydney (Country Trains, between Platforms 1 & 2)

Director: Sam Routledge Media Artist & Dramaturg: Martyn Coutts | Software & Interaction Design: Oliver Marriot & Matt Gingold | Design: Jonathon Oxlade | Consultant & Host: Ian Pidd | Host/Puppeteer: Michelle Robin Anderson | Producer: Harley Stumm – Intimate Spectacle


I Think I Can is created by Sam Routledge and Martyn Coutts in collaboration with the Hills Model Railway Society, and produced by Intimate Spectacle in association with Terrapin Puppet Theatre. It has been supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, and by City of Sydney’s Art and About.

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