A site specific public artwork, exhibited in the main street of Queenstown, Tasmania during the 2012 Queenstown Heritage and Arts Festival. The work used twelve 35mm slide projectors to rear-project images of the surrounding landscape into multiple shopfront windows in the town.
Between them the projectors continuously cycled 960 slides each evening. The images themselves were a result of photographing eighty 360 degree panoramas of the landscape, over the course of an entire day. This temporal panoramic image was dispersed throughout the town, creating a myriad of luminous fragments and highlighting the rugged beauty of this unique terrain.
Photographs and video courtesy Raef Sawford