Look, when there’s a giant-arse inflatable art installation rocking up in Sydney, you’d want us to tell you, right? Well, there is. And trust us, you’ll want to go HAM on the ‘gram. Word on the street is that it’s big, bold and sassy and you’ll probably feel like you’re hanging out in a massive kaleidoscope #trippy.
You’ll find this nine-metre beauty residing at Taylor Square but it’s not just there for sh!ts n’ gigs. This glorious and fun installation (made-up of trusses so you can chill out under all that colour) has been put up to celebrate four decades of Mardi Gras, titled 40 Years of Love.
Created by a local dynamic duo, Matthew Aberline and Maurice Goldberg (their work is no stranger to Sydney’s Vivid Light Festival) have put together this massive and immersive piece which features references to the history of the Aussie LGBTQI community, public protests, joyous celebration and politics.
Its official unveiling happens this Sunday but you’ll get to check out the epic installation all winter through to the 1 September.
What: ‘40 Years Of Love’ Installation
When: Sunday 1st of July until September, 8am-11pm
Where: Taylor Square
And ICYMI, Sydney is also scoring an epic rainbow crossing!
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