║ Lake Eyre, Red Australia and the RGB Project
16 May 2016
The Light Collective has finished their adventure capturing some images for its upcoming exhibition and book. We have chosen this beautiful location in the South Australian outback to create some images that will be part of our RED project.
We have had more than 40 hours of air time at the Lake with a variety of conditions. The lake has recently flooded which has resulted in an incredible transformation of the landscape. This has created beautiful patterns, textures, colors and reflections.
Lake Eyre is officially known as Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre and contains the lowest natural point in Australia, at approximately 15 m below sea level, and, on the rare occasions that it fills, is the largest lake in Australia.
Lake Eyre will be part of our RED project, which will also be part of our broader RGB (Red-Green-Blue) project exploring modern and progressive interpretations of the Australian Landscape. "RED" explores the desert and outback regions that form vast areas of this great country and hold an iconic place in the identity of the nation.
I hope to see you at our exhibition later this year!