Sunsweep inspires video trilogy

Following the premiere of the final video in a trilogy of qigong/yoga dances by local teacher Nancy Herzberg, the pieces are now available on YouTube.
The performances were filmed at the three locations of the Sunsweep, a three-part transcontinental sculpture that draws a line along the US/Canada border, of which the western anchor point is located at Lighthouse Marine Park.
The new release, which premiered at the Compass Rose on January 15, was filmed at that location by local resident Don Pinckston and Tsawwassen resident Ronnie Novak. It is titled “La Femmina Divina” and Herzberg describes it as “a prayer in honor of the divine feminine in the spirit of Francis of Assisi.” It can be viewed at youtube/jdJ6CJrYxkY.
Herzberg and her team filmed “Heart Mountain,” described as “a prayer to keep our hearts open and steady” at Lake of the Woods, Minnesota, where the center keystone of the sculpture is located. “In Flight: Extinction Dance” was filmed at the sculpture’s eastern anchor point on Campobello Island, New Brunswick. These videos are also available on YouTube.

  1. Mike and Pat in PA June 28, 2018, 5:36 pm

    I would love to know how you found the sculpture on American Point Island and how you got there. I can’t find any info on boat rides or anything to access this point. We have been to both the eastern and western points of this sculpture but can’t find much info on the central point. Any tips you have would be greatly appreciated.


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