Flashback #LGSC Project
‘Charged Landscape’ is a sculpture on the Port Fairy Rail Trail take a 5 min walk off the Reardon St entrance in Port Fairy (just over the little bridge) and its on your right. Through this piece artists Becky Nevin Berger and Jon Dixon recognise the many overlapping histories of Port Fairy …multiple aspects are brought together in a constellation representing the Emu in the Sky, from indigenous astronomy.
You can Click Here to find out more about the 29 Discs embedded in the boulders …the installation is best viewed at dusk, take torch /phone with you for the Discs. Tip – Don’t miss the Dark Emu on the large Flat Boulder…it is stunning.
Thanks to the Project team Emma Mahony, Gareth Colliton, Brendan Rea and Ann Cunningham (pictured below with Artists Becky and Jon)
Thanks to our project Partners The Hugh Williamson Foundation, Glenelg Hopkins CMA, Bamstone, The Isobel and David Jones Family Foundation, The Gall Family Foundation, Port Fairy to Warrnambool Rail Trail Committee