Australian land artist Keith Chidzey and volunteers will travel to Broken Hill in the far north west New South Wales to create a giant work of art in the red earth of Australia’s outback. The art piece, a giant “350” made by volunteers with torches and lights, will be captured by acclaimed photographer Peter Solness. The display is being supported by Broken Hill City Council, the Silverton Windfarm and individual patrons on land set aside for creative works by the Land International Research Intiative at the UNSW research center at Fowler’s Gap.

Land artist Keith Chidzey received his Master of Fine Arts from the College of Fine Arts in Sydney. Peter Solness is a highly respected photographer who has worked in Australia and internationally for over 20 years. In 2006, TIME Magazine named him one of “Australia’s finest photographers.” He is currently directing his energy towards fine-art photography, in particular the “Illuminated Landscape” essays, which explore the visual wonder of the Australian bush at night.

We need people to come and be "moving pieces of light" on Friday, November 26 at 9pm and 11pm.

Where: Location; Broken Hill (exact directions will be provided upon rsvp-ing)

When: The time of the evening performance Friday, November 26 9pm & 11pm

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For more information, please contact Matthew Taylor