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September 10, 2013 AT 7:00 am

Bunjil’s Wings by ENESS

Bunjil’s Wings by ENESS via the creatorsproject:

First Peoples, currently on exhibition at the Melbourne Museum in Victoria, Australia, tells the story of Bunjil: a mythic wedge tail eagle that Victorian Aboriginal tribes worshipped as “the essence of creation.” Working with interactive design firm ENESS to expand on Bunjil’s legacy, First Peoples features The Creation Cinema, a permanent installation and immersive multi-sensory experience that utilizes motion tracking and a massive kinetic sculpture to replicate the mythic eagle’s winged formation.

Read the full article and see more from ENESS here.


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