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By Sarah Ward
September 11, 2020
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Hiromi Tango: Rainbow Circles (Healing Circles)

Wander through glowing arches in the middle of West End.
By Sarah Ward
September 11, 2020
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Looking for a spot of brightness in this testing year? Thanks to Brisbane Festival, one has literally popped up in West End. If you've spent more than a bit of time in 2020 pondering what might be lurking over the rainbow, too, this luminous installation will be right on your wavelength.

Created by Japanese Australian artist Hiromi Tango, Rainbow Circles (Healing Circles) brightens up West Village's garden space by adding a colourful walkway — in the form of glowing, multi-hued and definitely eye-catching rainbow arches. Wander through between 10am–10pm daily until Sunday, September 27, soak in the colour and light, and just try not to feel joyous.

Like much of Tango's work — including her fellow Brisbane Festival piece Brainbow Magic — this installation stems from years of research and experimentation into light and colour, and how they can help boost our mental health.

Head by for free, and expect to have company — getting everyone pondering how communities interact is another aim of Rainbow Circles (Healing Circles).

Rainbow Circles (Healing Circles) is on display from 10am–10pm daily until Sunday, September 27.

Images: Joe Ruckli.

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