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?Vivid Sydney 2018 – Beautiful and Dangerous ?

Best Vivid locations on every tourist or local should have Beautiful and Dangerous in it. Learning more about the microbiology and virology for those who wanted to eradicate the diseases that plagued us for the longest time. If this is you, then Beautiful and Dangerous will be the best thing of your Vivid Sydney tonight. You can also check out your Vivid light walk map if you want to get something paired to Focus. Maybe you can pass by other Vivid highlights.

Focus will be the first of its kind to be open to the public with great suprises in store for those who wanted to get a full immersive experience of being in a different dimension. This is indeed the best way to see Vivid Sydney 2018.

Beautiful and Dangerous

Want a beautiful and dangerous Vivid Sydney walk? Well, Beautiful and Dangerous gives you a glimpse of the microscopic world of virus and bacteria as they are blown up to a billion times. Vivid Sydney best spot to be aware of these disease causing microbes and how CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency is trying to eliminate them.

What dates is this on? May 25 – June 16

What time does this Vivid event start? 6PM-11PM

Where can this be found?  George St, The Rocks, New South Wales 2000

How much are the tickets for this Vivid installation? Free

Leonie Herson (Australia) /  Drew Berry (United States) / Christopher Hammang (Australia) / Richard Tamplenizza (Australia) / Seán O’Donoghue (Australia)

Beautiful and Dangerous takes visitors on a personal encounter with the infectious biological agents that most affect human health — magnified to spectacular scale.

It also provides a unique and engaging glimpse into some of the research being done to combat infection. Learn how organisations like CSIRO — Australia’s national science agency, is using science to unlock the secrets that will help control and prevent diseases such as Ebola, Zika and Influenza.

Visitors see a range of infectious diseases magnified up to one billion times and learn more about what bacteria and viruses look like under the microscope. Their forms have a beautiful intricacy, but these diseases can burden us as individuals and impact populations around the world.

Every breath of air, every sip of water, everything we eat is awash with vast numbers of astonishingly small viruses and bacteria, each evolved as strikingly beautiful geometric forms; but some are among our most dangerous enemies.

This installation is created by CSIRO and the Garvan Institute of Medical Research.


Vivid Sydney 2018

Weekdays: 10am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday : Closed

After Business Hours, By Appointment only.

CALL 8011 4119 or 043 777 4119