Rhythms of Life - China
Andrew Rogers worked with one thousand soldiers from the Army of China to create three large geoglyphs consisting of approximately 4 kilometres (2.5 miles) of rock walls, weighing thousands of tons. The remote site is located in the Gobi Desert facing the snow-capped Qilian Mountains at an elevation of 2000 metres (6600 ft). The location adjoins a UNESCO World Heritage area and is adjacent to the Western Beacon and terminus of the Great Wall of China, the largest man-made structure on earth at 6400 kilometres (3976 miles) long. Courtesy of the artist.