The sails of the Sydney Opera House have stunning images projected onto them.
Badu Gili, is a nightly year-round sunset projection onto the sails of the Sydney Opera House viewed by more than 160,000 visitors in person visitors, and another 620,000 online in its debut year. Launched with new artwork in July 2018 and animated in collaboration with Yakkazoo, Badu Gili has given First Nations artists the opportunity to present their stories to an unprecedented international audience.
In the language of the Gadigal people, traditional owners of Bennelong Point, the location of the Opera House, Badu Gili means “water light”.
This is what three of the artists have to say about their work –
Penny Evans, Gamilaraay Woman
‘For me, it’s been an investigation of my personal story through to my mother’s story, my grandmother’s, my great-grandmother’s,” she says. “When I grew up in the…
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