Board members from the Mount Isa Show have revealed an exciting new experience that will happen for the first ever time in rural Australia.
The English based 'Architects of Air' luminarium is a walk-in sculpture designed as an artistic display of light and color and has only appeared four times in Australia.
Mount Isa show board member Vicki Williams was excited about the new addition.
"It will be really different and we think a lot of people are going to love it," Ms Williams said.
"The specific luminarium that will be heading out west is known as the daedalum luminarium.
"Daedalum takes its name from Daedalus. In Greek mythology he was the father of Icarus and the architect of the labyrinth of King Minos of Crete. Daedalum's core element is a maze of 19 egg-shaped domes whose spatial arrangement creates mysterious sight-lines."
The Mount Isa show will be on the June 19 and 20 at Buchanan Park where it has been for the last nine years.
The Show entry price will be $20 for adults and from six to eighteen as well as pensioners $10 with children under five being free.
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