Ginninginderry Light

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Artist

Geoff Farquhar-Still

Medium

Stainless steel, glass bead embeded concrete, powdercoated aluminium

District

Gungahlin

Commissioned

2013

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Ginninginderry Light is an elegant stainless steel structure embedded with millions of tiny reflective glass beads designed to reflect light from the sun, the moon and even passing cars.

Ginninginderry is an Aboriginal term that's thought to mean ‘sparkling’ or ‘throwing out rays of light’.

Commissioned by CIC Crace Pty Ltd.

Geoff Farquhar-Still
Ginninginderry Light, 2013
Stainless steel, glass bead embeded concrete, powdercoated aluminium
Crace Pedestrian Plaza