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Andrew Rogers: Rhythms of Life

The archive Andrew Rogers: Rhythms of Life consists of materials related to “the world’s largest contemporary art undertaking,” a project that commenced in 1998 that by 2015 was comprised of 51 geoglyphs located in 16 countries across seven continents. The materials include press articles and photographs of situated geoglyphs.