The 2010 UCI Road World Cycling Championships took place in Geelong over 5 days – the first time Australia had held the event.
As part of this international event, Geelong staged a cultural programme including a substantial public art element.
Megafun was engaged to project manage and deliver this public art programme. This included, among others elements, building projection, small scale garden installations and the work featured here, Glenn Romanis’ indigenous landscape of earth, stones and timber which was subsequently lit to create a remarkable, dynamic fire sculpture.
While challenging in relation to safety and fire management, the result spoke for itself and gathered international attention.