Four bronze lions surrounding Nelson's pillar in Trafalgar Square in London are like passive creatures. They sit and sea all the time and watch more Sphinx than the lion. According to legend, their sculptors originally planned to stand on the hind legs and roar on the plaza, with the animals in a more active position. But Queen Victoria refused to say that it was too shocking. Now, 151 years since it was announced, Lions have new colleagues.
Number 5 is the creation of a creator, S. Dublin, known for the stage tours used in opera and theaters, Beyonce and Kanye West world tours. It says that Debrin was inspired by the anecdotes above to make sculptures that can actively participate in the life of a place that was a long celebration and protest place.
"Thinking has settled in my mind," Devlin wrote to Google Arts like this. Culture, sponsored a work for London Design Week. "What if we can give unique and diverse group poetic voices to Lions?
The final result is as follows. Please feed the Lions. People in general can get close to sculpture and can grab the word "eat" with the help of a tablet. The lion screams in front of the crowd (a more gentle sound, more inflated code and distant cries than animals). An excerpt of IA poem is displayed on the screen in its mouth. In the evening, these words are also cast on the body of the Lion, like the fierce fireflies, moving on the side of Nelson's 169 foot pillar.
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