|Brightly lit, inflatable giant rabbits for the Intrude public art installation.|
It's starting to seem like we're seeing giant things every month in Perth. In February, we had giant marionettes. In March, we have inflatable, illuminated giant rabbits.
The big billowing bunnies play a whimsical part in the 2015 Fiesta festival, and they define the Intrude public light art installation by Australian artist Amanda Parer, whose works speak about our relationships with the environment. We decided to go for a picnic in the park and enjoy pizza in the presence of the giant rabbits.
|Families taking photos with their kids posing in front of the giant rabbits.|
It was nice to see other families around, some walking their dogs, others watching on as their delighted children played with the giant rabbits, and still more just chilling out and taking in the atmosphere. It's not as epic nor as dynamic as the giant marionettes, but it's not meant to be. It was a peaceful, pleasant evening and I had a lovely time.
The Intrude public art installation is free and it is on every night 6.30pm to 10.30pm from Sunday the 15th of March to Saturday the 21st of March 2015 at Sir James Mitchell Park, South Perth.
|Families having fun with the giant rabbits!|