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Created in 1996, the bronze sculpture 'Rhythms of Life' has been the fulcrum for the 'Rhythms of Life' Land art project - the largest contemporary land art undertaking in the world. Fourteen horizontal stone interations of this form have been created across all seven continents. The largest is in China, measuring 200 meters wide x 200 meters long - 40,000 square meters.

Details

  • Title: Rhythms of Life
  • Creator: Andrew Rogers
  • Date: 1996/1996
  • Physical Dimensions: w59 x h63 x d24 centimeters (Entire)
  • Collection: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
  • Provenance: Andrew Rogers
  • Type: Sculpture - Bronze
  • External Link: Andrew Rogers
  • Medium: Bronze

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