April 18, 2019
Since 1999, Andrew Rogers has produced the world’s most extraordinary contemporary land art undertaking titled ‘Rhythms of Life’, which demonstrates the way in which art and nature can enhance one another. This land art project is of a colossal scale; comprised of 51 sculptures across 16 countries spanning all seven continents. It has involved more than 7,500 people over 16 years. Click on the link to watch a short documentary that explores the processes and communities behind the project and its incredible international presence.
A collection of photographs of these land art sites will also be exhibited as part of Andrew’s upcoming exhibition ‘frission’, opening next Wednesday 24 April and continuing until 19 May.
Andrew Rogers will be opening his solo show ‘frisson’ on WEDNESDAY evening 24 April from 6-8PM at DMG. The show includes Andrew’s signature sculptures in bronze and stainless steel as well as photographs of his colossal land art project ‘Rhythms of Life’. This comprehensive Sydney exhibition follows on from Andrew’s recent solo shows at the National Gallery of Victoria, the National Gallery in Canberra and the Deakin University Art Gallery.
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