+$They might look like an alien landscape from a CGI movie like Avatar, but these fields of glowing orbs are the very real creations of lighting artist and designer布鲁斯芒罗。
+$And now he's working to create his largest installation to date, 'The Field of Light', which will turn one square kilometre at Uluru (Ayers Rock) in Australia's Red Desert into a panorama of shimmering light.
+$The installation will be entirely solar powered and made up of 3290km of optic fibre and 165km of recycled 12mm acrylic tube.
+$Funding for the project is being sought via corporate sponsors and via a+$crowd-funding Website+$(where visitors can pledge £12 per stem).
+$Munroe's work is currently on show at+$Longwood Gardens+$in Philadelphia, one of the world's great display gardens. It feature seven large-scale outdoor installations and other illuminated sculptures.
+$He's best known in the UK for creating a special installation for the+$Eden Project+$, an ecological visitor attraction in Cornwall.
+$It involved 6000 acrylic stems, each crowned with a glass sphere, being installed on the roof of the visitors' centre.
+$As well as his artistic endeavours, Munro works with a small team to create architectural lighting schemes for commercial spaces, including bespoke luminaires, chandeliers, and sculptures.
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