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What is a thongophone? It’s a percussion based musical instrument consisting of a series of pipes of different lengths and widths that are hit with paddles, traditionally thongs, to create corresponding notes. \n\nFlip-Flop is, in effect, is an electric version of a pentatonic pipe drum. Every tap causes vibrations that are transmitted through the hollow pipes. Each one resonates to a pre-set pitch. Electronic pickups, similar to an electric guitar, amplify the vibrations. These in turn get enhanced and manipulated electronically.\n\nBeyond its sonic capabilities, each note hit drives a series of evolving light responses, both internally and on the projection surface. 3D projection mapping effects, and sound reactive lights respond to the beat. 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Nostalgia Above captures the clouds and connects the romance of nature with weather data, demonstrating that there are always brighter, more positive days around the corner.\n\nThe youngest team of artists in Vivid Light, Capto Collaborative has worked closely with Beyond Blue to create an installation that inspires positive forward thinking. This barometer of social interconnectivity uses programmable LED bulbs, diffused through clusters of translucent polycarbonate spheres and projections of environmental imagery. The installation is suspended overhead, just out of reach, over a sea of upturned faces and awe-struck eyes.","type":"text"},{"type":"text","content":"Stratified above the clusters is a ‘sky’ of vivid colour projections programmed as weather systems that move across the spheres creating the illusion of rolling cloudscapes. Periodically, these clouds come to life through animated sequences forecasting weather predictions for six months to come. \n\nIn this immersive experience of Nostalgia Above, sound and visuals combine in informative projected displays reminding us that there is always a silver lining. Brighter, warmer days are around the corner. 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Even in Sydney, a Southerly Buster can create flash floods where gutters are full of rushing debris.\n\nTorrent is made from curved eucalypt branches mounted in a swirling pattern, reminiscent of the flow of the rushing floodwater.The installation is illuminated by colour changing LED lighting and emphasises the beauty, dynamism and danger of the natural environment. It highlights how these challenges are becoming more potent as we face the pressures of climate change.\n\nArtists Ruth McDermott and Ben Baxter of mcdermottbaxter explore the intersection of nature, technology and the city using lighting. They were inaugural Vivid Light artists in 2009 and have continued to exhibit every year."}]},{"media":[{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_7_0.png?alt=media&token=f5ac5162-594e-4023-806f-7fb336cad8c1","version":1,"type":"img","metadata":{"width":1000,"height":472}},{"content":"Remember Slime? That gloopy, squishy, stretchy, fluorescent green goo that had kids crazed in the 70s and 80s. It’s back. And it has oozed out of those tiny green trash cans to fill Cadman's Cottage. \n\nGoo! invites kids and kids-at-heart to play in a virtual fountain of multi-coloured, sticky slime. Join up to three others in the performance area where a series of live, high resolution scans are recorded and implemented by a unique piece of crafted software, allowing visitors to drive the real time media with their movements. In other words, jump in. You direct the fun.\n\nManipulate human-size globs of floating goop. Splash in viscous pools of syrupy, clinging colour. Fling gelatinous blobs at one another. 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Infinite feedback loops of you and other visitors take over the projections on every wall. This 100% interactive experience is bizarre, impermanent and lots of fun. \n\nThe concept behind the Infinity Room has its roots in camera feedback and projection mapping. Accompanied by a soundscape and insular lighting, there seems to be no connection between the ‘infinite’ inside world and the outside reality. Without the movements and interactions of people, the room is still and calm. The exterior of the room is coated in reflective material, further emphasising the installation's constant state of ephemerality.\n\nNever showing you the same thing twice, walking through the Infinity Room provides a memorable opportunity for silly poses, selfies, and dance moves – by yourself, with friends or with complete strangers. 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The prototype becomes more than just seating as it is equipped with smart devices and lights that play out a sequence reminiscent of an aurora. Inside the bench seat, integrated interactive lighting creates a new type of playful atmosphere that visitors can enjoy.\n\nTrademaster was a sponsor of the Timber Aurora project, supplying the premium Birch Plywood used to construct the project. 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Eleven motion-sensitive pressure pads are arranged in the classic configuration. Below the surface of each square, there is a hidden world revealed at each step. To expand on the experience, Rayuela is accompanied by an interactive mobile website, making this story approachable and easily accessible to everyone. Using simple to understand examples and accompanying visuals, the digital interface of Rayuela helps expand our knowledge on why plastic is a problem and what we can all do to alleviate pollution. 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Light plays across the dendrites that give each snowflake its singular form. According to lead artist Jing Li, 'as you enter the piece, you are walking into a space occupied by real and virtual elements, and you can affect both. The space feels more turbulent and tempestuous when the wind is blowing and lots of people are playing, wandering and running around the flake shapes. On less busy evenings with little to no breeze, the spaces feels calm and gentle'. 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Our knowledge keeper carried his spear but the tip was broken; the sign of peace and respect.\n\nEORA: Broken Spear, curated by Rhoda Roberts AO with projection design by The Electric Canvas, reminds us all to reflect, to call Country, to read Country and listen to Country. Everything across our City connects us to Harbour. 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From afar, the whole terminal is bathed in washes of light, drawing people in and encouraging them to reflectively pause. Set to alternating colour palettes inspired by space phenomenon that enchanted us as kids, the installation transports a slice of the sky and brings it to us on the ground.\n\nUnderneath the ‘pancake’, audiences are entranced by sweeping waves of light, dancing wisps and exploding stars that form a fantastical narrative. Woven into the installation are ethereal and dramatic compositions triggered by and generated in real time alongside the lights. These soundscapes envelop audiences and meld with the lighting transitions to create an emotional, synesthetic effect.\n","type":"text"},{"type":"text","content":"This colossal, floating ‘pancake’ does not make sense, and nor does it have to. As kids, we press our faces to car windows to gaze in awe at the vast, night sky. Its fiery stars inspire us to venture out into the undiscovered world beyond our cribs. As adults we lose this drive. Tapping back into this primal emotion, Celestial Pancake draws out our wonder-fuelled inner-child.\n\nArtists:\nUNSW Sydney and CREATE NSW Inc: Dylan Sanusi-Goh (Australia) / Josh Sun (Australia) / Dylan Goh (Australia) / Aly Virani (Australia) / Mahima Mandal (Australia) / Prithvi Guntha (India) / Matthew Payor (Australia) / Michael Wu (Australia) / Luke Jackson (Australia) / Ryley Edwards (Australia) / Genevieve Collier (Australia)\n\nCollaborators:\nAnthony Feizi-Sobbi (Australia) / Daniel Wong (Australia) / Taiyue Tan (Australia) / Teresa Feng (Australia) / Jonathan Hribar (Australia) / Nathalie Tun Barreto (Portugal) / Bettina Zhang (Australia) / Jasmine Tan (Australia) / Nishant Pandav (India) / Christopher Wan"}],"location":{"latitude":-33.859408130497116,"longitude":151.20999540353384,"latitudeDelta":0.0031289760937625033,"longitudeDelta":0.0029437516052439605},"address":"Sydney Cove,Sydney"},{"address":"Museum of Contemporary Art George Street,The Rocks","media":[{"type":"video","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/accounts%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_16_0.mp4?alt=media&token=66c92f53-2f90-4c37-8644-b940e27a6a24","metadata":{"width":854,"height":746}},{"content":"\n* Let Me Down - MCA*\n\nTears, roses and butterflies adorn the facade of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) before being dispersed through dust storms, water and fire in Claudia Nicholson’s monumental light installation Let Me Down. 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Like any master-crafted instrument, each harp is completely unique, carved by hand out of wood. This gives each harp its own character, which is mirrored in both form and sound. From the lighting to the contours, each harp's design is simple and beautiful, waiting to be brought vividly to life by anyone who plucks the strings.\n\nUsing contact microphones and reactive LED lighting, the strings of each harp can be plucked by as many people as can get their hands on them. Each of the harps' six strings produces a different resonance and luminous response depending on the way it is played. Together, the 14 harps produce a variety of notes, creating a symphony of sound and lightplay across its 30 metre length."},{"type":"text","content":"The installation reminds us that the city is not just a passive space filled with the incessant noise of car horns and jackhammers. The Harp of the City proves that beautiful music can be created by complete strangers and can enhance our experience of the urban environment.\n\nArtists:\nPropMill: Josh Wilkinson (Australia) / Joseph Burgess (United States) / John Salmond (Australia) / Nick Lavers (Australia)\n\nCollaborator:\nDaniel Thomas (Australia)"}]},{"location":{"longitudeDelta":0.0029437516053576473,"longitude":151.21040529782312,"latitudeDelta":0.003128891660367117,"latitude":-33.86171240975122},"address":"1 Alfred Street Alfred Street,Sydney","media":[{"type":"img","metadata":{"height":474,"width":1000},"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_18_0.png?alt=media&token=fc98cab8-396b-4b98-bafa-b9e4ce1f5693","version":1},{"type":"text","content":"Combining LED lighting and control technology, state of the art 3D design software, mechanical flippers, artisanal steel, fabric and working talents of traditional Chinese Lantern makers. Ample Projects created this entirely hand made Sea Turtle in 2016 for Taronga Conservation Society’s Centenary Year Parade, and the award winning Taronga Vivid Sydney Precincts 2016 – 2019.\n\nRe-skinned in custom printed fabrics inspired by the drawings of NSW school kids in 2018, Ample’s majestic Sea Turtle highlights the extraordinary beauty of these endangered species, and the delicate balance that must be protected in our ocean ecosystems and habitats.\n\nFrom the ancient geology of the Aussie Bush to a single tree in an urban jungle, across the expansive deep blue of our oceans and seas to the rich forest ecosystems of wild Sumatra. This Vivid Sydney, Taronga Zoo is shining a Lights For the Wild. We share this planet with some amazing wildlife."}]},{"media":[{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_19_0.png?alt=media&token=fc22f7fb-68ac-4200-9128-5af3e511c8a4","metadata":{"width":1000,"height":468},"type":"img","version":1},{"type":"text","content":"You can ferry across it, marvel at its shimmering beauty and even swim in it, but how often do you dive into the emerald depths of Sydney Harbour? Using the architecture of Customs House as a canvas, award-winning creative studio Spinifex Group presents Under the Harbour, a surreal underwater encounter sure to delight children and adults alike.\n\nThrough Spinifex's imaginative and fantastical lens, a hyper-coloured multi-verse splashes across the façade of the historic building. As a rainy twilight gathers across the harbour, a giant octopus bursts out of the water and wraps its tentacles around the sun, dragging it under. This watery world is alive with neon sea creatures, botanical wonderlands, and unclassified oddities. Under the Harbour is a playful, exquisite escape from reality into an extraordinary underwater fantasy certain to inspire audiences and deepen the appreciation of Sydney’s aquatic haven."},{"type":"text","content":"This super-scale projection mapping experience is the creative vision of Spinifex’s Los Angeles-based design director Ben Alpass. Ben's work spans multiple disciplines including photography, print, animation, interactive, installation, and projection. In 2018 alone, his work was awarded a Cannes Lion, D&AD Pencil, and a One Show Gold Pencil. Originally from Melbourne, Ben studied Multimedia Design at Swinburne National School of Design and has been the recipient of the Melbourne Design Award.\n\nArtist:\nSpinifex Group: Ben Alpass (Australia)\n\nCollaborators:\nWill Skinner (United Kingdom) / Melissa Lee (Australia) / Pepin Portingale (Australia) / Tony Papesh (United States) / Thomas Dicker (Australia) / Marcus Longfoot (Australia)"}],"location":{"latitudeDelta":0.003128877056170154,"longitude":151.2108817020684,"latitude":-33.86211095989999,"longitudeDelta":0.0029437516053576473},"address":"31 Alfred Street Alfred Street,Sydney"},{"media":[{"type":"img","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_20_0.png?alt=media&token=78086e8e-e4b3-49c7-9f19-6862a6716b41","version":1,"metadata":{"height":480,"width":1000}},{"content":"Is it habit that as Australians we buy and dispose of 118,000 tonnes of plastic water bottles and 3.2 billion plastic bags every year? It’s time to change our habits if we are to protect our future habitat.\n\nThis ‘room’ activation represents a discarded water bottle lid. The external lighting multiplies in the reflective surface, emphasising that the longevity of plastic waste presents an ever-growing problem. The vibrant and striking multiple lines of light capture people’s attention and imagination. Inside, responsive lighting is motion triggered, revealing thousands of discarded plastic bags from across the globe held behind netting on the walls and ceiling. \n\nOur continued use of plastic is choking the planet. The ocean’s marine life is suffering because of us. In Habit/At, visitors are engulfed by plastic, light and sound. Hidden within the installation are fish of all sizes, shapes and colours. How many can you find?","type":"text"},{"content":"Come inside and be informed. Read the facts, be moved the images and find the fish. If we can change our plastic habits, together we change our habitat.\n\nArtists:\nLight4 Cundall: Bettina Easton (Australia) / Andrew Bissell (United Kingdom) / Mark Tweedale (United Kingdom) / Kimberly Riley (United Kingdom) / Liz Skelton (United Kingdom) / Hannah Murphy (United Kingdom) / Kenny Cliffe (United Kingdom) / Oscar Lee (Hong Kong SAR China) / Makalin Wongchinchai (Hong Kong SAR China) / David Clark (Australia)","type":"text"}],"address":"33 Alfred Street Alfred Street,Sydney","location":{"latitude":-33.862506555985775,"longitudeDelta":0.0029437516053576473,"longitude":151.21155364536966,"latitudeDelta":0.0031288625601462172}},{"media":[{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_21_0.png?alt=media&token=3635ea64-e303-483b-806d-0a681cff7f51","type":"img","version":1,"metadata":{"height":455,"width":960}},{"type":"text","content":"**Bin Chickens**\n\nWe glorify, imitate, pay tribute to and immortalise almost every aspect of Sydney through art – its landmarks, stunning environment, its people and its rich history are frequently subjects of visual art in all its forms. Upon reflection however, we realised that we hadn’t included one of our most prized, beloved, majestic and truly unique birds – the humble Bin Chicken.\n\nLesser known as the White Ibis, the Bin Chicken is long overdue for a place in the arts scene. Defiantly rising from prominent Sydney features such as bins, palm trees and roadside gutters, our tribute to this king of all birds is realised by metres of brilliant off-white LED neon, in much the same way that the animals present themselves in stunning variations of not-quite-really-white.\n\nJoin us in raising a glass, a handful of chips or by simply running away in terror – as the artists used to do as children – as we present a salute to Sydney’s unofficial mascot."}],"location":{"latitudeDelta":0.0031289043172719744,"longitudeDelta":0.0029437516053576473,"latitude":-33.86136699811758,"longitude":151.2119873865483},"address":"4 Circular Quay E Circular Quay E,Sydney"},{"location":{"latitude":-33.86103044184853,"longitudeDelta":0.0029437516053576473,"latitudeDelta":0.003128916649551172,"longitude":151.21266644036058},"media":[{"version":1,"metadata":{"width":830,"height":500},"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_22_0.png?alt=media&token=7f13a350-eb83-4c22-a749-165aef94c845","type":"img"},{"type":"text","content":"Triangulum by Angus Muir is the name of the installation and as the description states: \nTriangulum is an interactive light installation that is beautiful by day and by night. The work is a maze of pathways that people can either wander through or alongside. Drawing its name from the Latin for triangle, and also referencing the Triangulum Galaxy, this work certainly seems to have celestial origins with its twenty seven thousand points of light.\n\nThe main attraction to this particular installation was the amount of pulsating light and the way the light would change colour, cycling through the whole spectrum. It was a perfect situation in which to create vibrant abstract trails that looked like they were wrapping and surrounding people within."},{"type":"video","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/accounts%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_22_0.mp4?alt=media&token=d2e22546-3f43-4117-aae4-d92e092034ab","metadata":{"width":1280,"height":720}}],"address":"Circular Quay Circular Quay E,Sydney"},{"media":[{"version":1,"type":"img","metadata":{"height":476,"width":1000},"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_23_0.png?alt=media&token=04ed038c-f172-431f-b22e-6f8fbb13d20c"},{"type":"text","content":"**Ocean Sentinels** comprises seven traditional figures representing Pacific Island communities and environments under threat from human induced climate change in the form sea level rise and ocean plastic pollution. These impact the lives of communities by disrupting their food supplies and housing through inundation, and their environment and food supplies through contamination.\n\nWorking with local artists and museums, The Small Ocean Collaboration 3D scanned wooden carved figures, modelled them, scaled and segmented them, then 3D printed each from recycled PET bottles and recyclable PETG filament. The 279 individual pieces were then reassembled, glassed, fitted with lights and fixed to pedestals. Each figure stands 2.4m to 3m tall gazing out over the water."},{"type":"text","content":"The Figures Are:\nThe Little Tern from Australia made in collaboration with Gumbaynggir artist YOWA; a female ancestor harvest figure from Nukuoro Atoll, Federated States of Micronesia made with permission from the Dept. of Resources and Development, Pohnpei State Government Kolonia Pohnpei FSM; a boathouse figure from Palau made in collaboration with an unknown artist and Belau National Museum; a male Kirivina figure from the Trobriand Islands of Papua New Guinea, made in collaboration with Robert Kweva Kaluluwa; Kesoku, a protective bird figure from Honiara, Solomon Islands made in collaboration with Menzy Meani; Tugpa the messenger and hero of the Eskaya people of Bohol Island, Philippines made in collaboration with Rojo Balane; and Vanuatu Tam Tam / Ambrym drum which simulates the voices of ancestors in Efate/Ambrym Island, made in collaboration with Willie Koko.\n"},{"type":"text","content":"One day, the Ocean Sentinels may be all that is left to remind us of cultures lost to climate change.\n\nArtists:\nSmall Ocean Collaboration: Jeremy Sheehan (Australia) / Selena Griffith (Australia) / Adam Pierce (Australia)\n\nCollaborators:\nJo Elliot (Australia) / Prof. Ross Griffith (Australia) / Waqar Alam (Pakistan) / YOWA (Australia) / Belau National Museum (Palau) / Robert Kweva Kaluluwa (Papua New Guinea) / Menzy Meani (Solomon Islands) / Rojo Balane (Philippines) / Willie Koko (Vanuatu) / Dept. of Resources and Development, Pohnpei State Government Kolonia Pohnpei (Micronesia)"}],"address":"Circular Quay Circular Quay E,Sydney","location":{"longitude":151.21266999561615,"latitude":-33.8602421864478,"longitudeDelta":0.0029437516053576473,"latitudeDelta":0.0031289455328575855}},{"address":"6A Circular Quay E Circular Quay E,Sydney","media":[{"type":"img","version":1,"metadata":{"width":1000,"height":473},"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_25_0.png?alt=media&token=a67b11d6-6222-4e58-a03b-1ecccdd6632f"},{"type":"text","content":"City Sparkle is 32 Hundred Lighting’s vast symphony of light beams that plays across the skyline, dazzling Sydneysiders and visitors alike. This year, the light show incorporates 62 pillars of light and interactive sequencing. Fifteen giant Aquabeams shine from the top of Sydney Harbour Bridge along with innovative ‘sparkle points’ of LED tubes that illuminate the arch and road deck. To complement this beacon, light beams from atop Bennelong Apartments, Overseas Passenger Terminal and Cahill Expressway, with ‘sparkle points’ on 18 separate CBD building rooftops. Another 13 façades are saturated with colour. By linking Sydney’s landmarks, this luminous array offers an unmatched spectacle that can be experienced from vantage points near and far.\n\n32 Hundred Lighting invites visitors into their purpose-built Perspex ‘control room’ at East Circular Quay (with full wheelchair access). "},{"type":"text","content":"Take your turn to create a unique show of glimmering colours, shining lights and magical memories. If there’s something romantic about twinkling city lights, there’s something astounding about city brights. For 23 nights during Vivid Sydney, the cityscape becomes a kaleidoscope of colour. One of Australia’s leading event production companies 32 Hundred Lighting is the creative source of a huge part of this breath-taking spectacle."}],"location":{"latitudeDelta":0.003128990425750544,"longitudeDelta":0.0029437516052439605,"longitude":151.2129366397833,"latitude":-33.859016981024915}},{"address":"Tarpeian Way Tarpeian Way,Sydney","media":[{"version":1,"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_26_0.png?alt=media&token=6a59a4fd-afb1-49d5-b4d5-71caa374ec29","metadata":{"height":545,"width":1000},"type":"img"},{"content":"Like a futuristic Stonehenge, Specularity offers a unique visual experience that plays with one’s perception of space and time. In their Vivid Light debut, creative studio John Fish has created a walk-through installation in which the audience becomes part of the artwork. Reminiscent of ancient observatory structures such as Wurdi Youang on Wathaurong Country, this sculptural piece consists of two concentric circles of twelve mirrored pillars representing the months of the year and the hours of the day. In the centre, a large infinity cube, shimmering with mesmerising colour and depth, acts as ‘sun-like’ focal point. This light sculpture changes dramatically from day to night, reflecting both the beautiful surrounds of Sydney Harbour and festival attendees.\n\nSpecularity encourages both young and old to consider complex interlinking life cycles found in our natural world and to reflect on how we exist within these systems.","type":"text"}],"location":{"longitude":151.21439863530287,"latitudeDelta":0.003129019185799109,"longitudeDelta":0.002943751605300804,"latitude":-33.85823204845037}},{"media":[{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_27_0.png?alt=media&token=31b9bdeb-9978-42c6-b944-d8cef9d5987d","version":1,"type":"img","metadata":{"height":706,"width":753}},{"type":"text","content":"Every Instagram feed needs a shot of the iconic Sydney Opera House, lit up with psychedelic floral deities. Chinese-American visual artist and filmmaker Andrew Thomas Huang’s Austral Flora Ballet is a hypnotic fusion of flower forms, contemporary dance and motion-capture technology that brings our botanical wonders to life. Capture the sails as you’ve never seen them before."}],"location":{"longitude":151.21512140437224,"latitude":-33.857356235145424,"longitudeDelta":0.002943751605300804,"latitudeDelta":0.00312905127497487},"address":"Sydney Opera House Circular Quay E,Sydney"},{"media":[{"version":1,"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_28_0.png?alt=media&token=7e667b1f-b634-4afe-96fc-92db26299048","type":"img","metadata":{"width":846,"height":904}},{"content":"Empyrean is an exploration of the compression of space and time at the limits of our comprehensible universe. The installation explores the correlation between cosmic events and mechanical workings of the human brain. Both subjects have fascinated for millennia and are studied interminably, yet remain shrouded in great mystery. We know human thoughts are driven by tiny electric synapses flashing by the billions per second, and we are only just beginning to understand how consciousness forms. Gravity pulls clouds of matter into the ignition of stars that burn and fade over the course of billions of years and still the source of atomic attraction remains a mystery.\n\nEmpyrean stretches out the length of thought and compresses the timeline of space to a commonality. Periods of chaos give rise to patterns and order then devolve into random disorder before the cycle starts again. ","type":"text"},{"content":"Loosely formed thoughts float like a colourful nebula of hydrogen in the human mind until they compress into the burst of an idea. Ideas radiate energy like stars fuelling life and activity around the galaxy. Smaller masses of related concepts orbit these great centres, weaving intricate patterns and reflecting the stars light back at each other.\n\nArtist:\nMandylights: Adrienn Lord (Australia)\n\nCollaborator:\nRichard Neville (United Kingdom)","type":"text"}],"location":{"latitudeDelta":0.0031290063784936706,"latitude":-33.858581593393914,"longitude":151.21561023948524,"longitudeDelta":0.0029437516053576473},"address":"The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney,Sydney"},{"address":"The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney,Sydney","media":[{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_29_0.png?alt=media&token=00cf875b-0403-4318-b7e3-7d32d96476c2","type":"img","version":1,"metadata":{"width":1000,"height":460}},{"type":"text","content":"KA3323 is a retro-futuristic contraption that has mysteriously landed in the Botanic Gardens. KA3323 takes the form of an interactive satellite dish overgrown with alien plant matter and reacts to the sounds of space. Audiences are invited to engage with the contraption to discover its origins and purpose. \n\n‘Voices’ or ‘machines’ can be heard across the intergalactic continuum. Visitors can use a joystick on the control hub to hunt for signals in the night sky by moving the dish and filtering sounds through the radio spectrum. KA3323 pulsates slowly with a steady beat interpreted from the live atmosphere around the satellite until someone finds and ‘locks on’ to a signal. When an incoming source is received, the display blinks into life. The volume and frequency of the signal correlates with different brightness levels and colours in KA3323's integrated lighting system."},{"content":"Watch as signals travel through the contraption’s circuitry and trigger light states and movement in the foreign plant life. Not only will viewers see signals dance in front of their eyes, they will also hear the hidden signal sources. KA3323 encourages viewers to look beyond the night sky and wonder what secrets lie beyond the stars.\n\nArtists:\nK & A Electronics: Kris Feizi Sobbi (Australia) / Anthony Feizi Sobbi (Australia)\n\nCollaborators:\nJonathan Hribar (Australia) / Annie Faizi Sobby (Australia) / Daniel Wong (Australia)","type":"text"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/accounts%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_29_3.mp4?alt=media&token=4e4dd7a2-ff2d-450d-92df-53e0a1c8a96b","type":"video","metadata":{"height":720,"width":1280}}],"location":{"longitude":151.2161044200084,"longitudeDelta":0.0029437516053576473,"latitude":-33.85893882559977,"latitudeDelta":0.0031289932893940886}},{"media":[{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_30_0.png?alt=media&token=3fc98288-9d9d-4c6b-a1ad-778f0059b932","type":"img","version":1,"metadata":{"width":980,"height":681}},{"type":"text","content":"**We Are One**\n\nIn a clear sided shipping container, there are fluorescent lights that spell 'Many'. However, if you view it from another perspective, it says 1. \n"}],"location":{"latitudeDelta":0.003128986041694759,"latitude":-33.85913663121971,"longitudeDelta":0.0029437516053576473,"longitude":151.2162679617642},"address":"The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney,Sydney"},{"media":[{"metadata":{"height":305,"width":700},"version":1,"type":"img","content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_31_0.png?alt=media&token=a791377a-14bf-4be3-bbaf-82bffb2edcab"},{"type":"text","content":"**Symphony**\n\nSymphony is an interactive celebration of light, sound and community. An array of large white crystal bowls is presented upon a low circular dais. A small rubber mallet rests in front of each bowl, inviting visitors to gently strike the bowl. As it is struck, the bowl bursts into life, resonating at a particular frequency and glowing with a unique hue.\n\nLocation: Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney NSW 2000."}],"address":"The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney,Sydney","location":{"longitude":151.21671947922056,"latitudeDelta":0.0031289769550326696,"latitude":-33.85938462567799,"longitudeDelta":0.002943751605300804}},{"media":[{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_32_1.png?alt=media&token=bd15fa1e-6e8a-4df9-b130-67b52067adb0","type":"img","metadata":{"height":565,"width":389},"version":1},{"content":"Crowds were delighted to see 'Beetopia', a glowing larger-than-life model of a Bee Hotel with Australian native bees at Sydney's 2019 Vivid Festival. The artists, Pink Cactus, created a giant Bee Hotel, brightly illuminated from within, and swarming with colourful and buzzing native bees!","type":"text"},{"version":1,"metadata":{"width":408,"height":558},"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_32_2.png?alt=media&token=07f1b7fc-4acc-422a-9209-8801ec9b14ac","type":"img"},{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_32_3.png?alt=media&token=c8ddcd5e-6ff6-4619-b9ba-c603a2995732","metadata":{"height":453,"width":488},"type":"img","version":1},{"type":"img","version":1,"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_32_4.png?alt=media&token=cfed2b74-fa30-4257-81d0-f4dc0c4c3666","metadata":{"height":410,"width":458}}],"address":"The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney,Sydney","location":{"latitudeDelta":0.003128964190288741,"longitudeDelta":0.0029437516053576473,"longitude":151.21695057083218,"latitude":-33.859732997629116}},{"media":[{"content":"https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/v0/b/freeguides-prod.appspot.com/o/assets%2Ftours%2FZ8y1gwnPynpKofQspp5h%2Fstop_33_0.png?alt=media&token=7f05988e-28a1-4518-a921-3e753d137c7c","metadata":{"height":472,"width":1000},"type":"img","version":1},{"content":"Jungle Boogie takes visitors deep into a wild world of wonder and enchantment. Play on the 18 keys of this giant, interactive musical instrument to activate the central psychedelic forest scene. When any of the keys are touched, a musical note is emitted, and each key also lights up the animals, birdlife, trees and lanterns within this colourful vision. Collaborate with friends, family and complete strangers to create beautiful tunes and an iridescent light show. \n\nOriginally created as In The Scale of Sea for Tumbalong Lights a crowd favourite of Vivid Sydney 2018 – the light work has been given a second life with a verdant jungle makeover. Following exacting guidelines, this piece is designed to be inclusive and accessible for people of all abilities. Place your hands on a key, listen for the sound and watch as a trail of light leads your eyes to a lantern within the forest. 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