New York — 2024

Above the skyscrapers of New York City, the virtual stone circle HALO hovers in real space and time, reshaping the atmosphere and casting a shadow on roughened seas. Using state-of-the-art technologies, the giant sculpture is geolocated over the East River, a celestial vision over the skies of Manhattan, the homeland of First Nations Lenape people, known as Lenapehoking. Activated from the public domain on a tree-lined park pier next to Brooklyn Bridge, the experience of HALO can be deeply personal and joyfully collective. The monumental presence prompts awe and curosity as the light shifts and movement circles above and below, inviting a fresh view of a centre of global power in the city which never sleeps.