The challenge is always to use materials in a new and different way, and make them convey meaning and portray form in a manner that has not previously been seen.
The creation of Andrew Rogers’ ‘Bunjil’ and ‘Rhythms of Life’ in Geelong was associated with the cultural activities for the 2006 Commonwealth Games. It measures 100m wingspan x 80m depth.
In the mythology of the Wathaurong, Bunjil is the supreme god, who still lives in the sky and who made the humans, animals, and the plants, and who taught mankind how to behave on Earth.
Bunjil is located in You Yangs National Park, Victoria.
38 deg 07’ 11.89 deg S
144 deg 20’ 20.07 deg E