Join us in celebrating eARTh by taking part in a massive art piece that will be photographed from a satellite on Saturday, 27 November. We will come together in Cape Town to create an aerial image of the sun conceptualized by The Canary Project. The piece centers around a traditional lunch cooked at the site on parabolic solar cookers generously provided by South Africa¹s Sunfire Solutions. The highly reflective solar cookers and participants seated along streaming cloth rays will form a unique composition of the sun to be photographed by satellite. After the art piece is complete, the solar cookers will be donated to schools in the local community where they will be used by trained staff for high volume solar cooking.
WHAT: EARTH project aerial art in Cape Town, South Africa.
WHEN: 10am – 1pm, Saturday, 27 November, 2010
WHERE: Khayelitsha stadium rugby fields, Pama road. GPS coordinates: 34° 1’49.05″S 18°39’25.76″E (driving directions at the bottom of this page)
We encourage you to RSVP using the form below, so we can communicate with you via email.
The police and various local organisations have assured us that the recent protesting in Khayelitsha is over and that our event is taking place in a safe area, but in the interests of being extra secure, these directions avoid the Mew Way / Lansdowne (M9) intersection where the protests were held.
DIRECTIONS: If coming by train, get off at the Nonkqubela station. If driving by car, parking will be available on the stadium grounds.
Driving directions are: