Flying high

On January 26, a plane is going to fly over the city of Sydney, Australia, and take pictures of the land… and the people waving.

I don’t know why exactly but I find the idea very exciting. Perhaps it’s because I’m trying to convince my dear Aussie friend Jackie to drive down to Sydney from her beautiful island north of the city, find a clear spot and wave a flag (or something big) for me.

Via Éric.

By Martine

Screenwriter / scénariste-conceptrice

5 comments

  1. Wow, Zeke, these pieces are great! I really love the concept and had no idea it existed. There’s something about doing art on earth that can be seen from the sky that makes me feel excited like a 5 year-old.

  2. Howdy!

    For more, try these:
    The Nazca Lines in Peru, Spiral Jetty in Utah by Robert Smithson, The Marree Man in Finnis Springs, Australia. Andrew Rogers’ work, Strijdom van der Merwe’s work and my favorite (not exactly the same thing – but similar) Walter De Maria’s Lightning Field.

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