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Stunning ‘Field of Light’ Surrounds Iconic Australian Rock

As the Sun sets at Uluru, a landscape of lit glass flowers awakens     By Ben Panko [] If you visit Australia's iconic Uluru rock after dusk in the next few months, you'll see the iconic sandstone formation surrounded by a stunning "field of lights." The nighttime art installation, which is on view until March 31, 2018, is the work of Bruce Munro, reports Jim Byers of National Geographic, a British artist who has long used light to create large...

Bruce Munro's work included at this year's Southerly's Beyond Limits exhibition

Sea Hill author, Bruce Munro[sitetree_link,id=84]  work Time and Again is presented in *Beyond Limits,* Sothebys at Chatsworth 2016[] where 108 steel lilies drift on the canal pond facing Zaha Hadid's Lilas Pavilion and Chatsworth House. The exhibition opens on 10 September and runs through to 30 October 2016. Bruce Munro[sitetree_link,id=84] opened the doors of his Wiltshire studio to discuss his working process, the origins of this latest work and illuminating...

Hughes After Howard – Los Angeles Times Book Review

Former Hughes Aircraft Co. President D. Kenneth Richardson recounts the aerospace company's rise and fall after Howard Hughes' reign. By Peter Pae, Los Angeles Times For the generation that grew up during the Cold War, Hughes was synonymous with aerospace, an industry that flourished and dotted Southern California's landscape. At its height in the mid-1980s, Hughes Aircraft Co., like the industry, was ubiquitous, from Newport Beach to Santa...

Hughes Aircraft – Looking At Aerospace's Place in History

Los Angeles Times Article featuring "Hughes After Howard, the History of Hughes Aircraft Company"

Bruce Munro – Scottsdale Desert Radiance

Experience the Garden in a new light!  Bruce Munro: Sonoran Light at Desert Botanical Garden will showcase eight large-scale, light-based installations using an inventive array of materials and hundreds of miles of glowing fiber optics. Located throughout the Garden, British artist Bruce Munro’s site-specific exhibition will reflect his unique interpretation of the Sonoran Desert.[]