The Sails of The Sydney Opera House Exhibit Breathtaking New Art
One of the world’s most iconic buildings is coming alive with daily projections of Australian Aboriginal Art. On the Eastern side at sunset, the sails of the Sydney Opera House light up for seven minutes with a new dazzling display entitled ‘Badu Gili’, which means ‘water light’. The stunning array of light and art animation was designed to educate tourists on indigenous Australian culture and highlight their rich history. It is amazing to see a truly ancient tradition being shown in a new light, especially through the use of digital technology.