Rhythms of Life, Antarctica

Andrew Rogers2010-11-22/2010-11-22

Rhythms of Life

Rhythms of Life
South Yarra, Australia

‘Rhythms of Life’ in Antarctica was created on a frozen lake near the Dakshin Gangotri Glacier. An ephemeral installation, ‘Rhythms of Life’ was created with the minimum disturbance to the environment. This moment in time was captured in photographs, film and satellite images, the moraine gravel comprising the structure was then swept up and returned to its source. No lasting impression, nor trace of the structure was left behind. 70° 45’ 58.23” S 11° 36’ 53.28” E, Material: Moraine Gravel.


  • Title: Rhythms of Life, Antarctica
  • Creator: Andrew Rogers
  • Date: 2010-11-22/2010-11-22
  • Location Created: Dakshin Gangotri Glacier, Antarctica
  • Physical Dimensions: w60 x d60 meters (Entire)
  • Provenance: Andrew Rogers
  • Type: Land Art Structure - Moraine Gravel
  • External Link: Andrew Rogers
  • Medium: Moraine Gravel

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