National Museum Of Australia
Bright orange and curling overhead like a roller-coaster, the loop is the most visible part of the Uluru line, a major sculptural feature that unfurls across Acton Peninsula.
The line begins at the Museum as the entrance canopy and sheltered walkway. It then swoops up into the loop, a great curve 30 metres high, before continuing as a wide red footpath past the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. The Uluru line ends physically in a curled concrete ramp that, conceptually, continues north-west to Uluru (Ayers Rock).