Bruce Munro is around the world acclaimed British artist most widely known for his vast and immersive light-based installations. With this latest task, which is part of a series called Discipline of Light, the designer has chosen the great Australian outback as his canvas, namely the area near Uluru, the country’s spiritual center. The set up uses more than 50, 000 light stems crowned with frosted-glass spheres and it covers a surface area equivalent to four football pitches.
Munro’s work is inspired by his interest in shared human being experience, and the idea for this latest task came to him while traveling across the Crimson Desert to Uluru in 1992. During this trip he felt a persuasive connection to the power, temperature and brightness of the desert landscape, so that as this individual notes on his website.
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