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Art Installation Makes City More “Walkable”

Art Installation Makes City More “Walkable”
Arts & Culture

Street art installation inspired by pedestrians themselves.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 7 december 2010

The Sunniside area of Sunderland, North England has seen major regeneration and development in the past years. The latest project in the neighborhood was a commission to bring pedestrians into the recently re-furbished Sunniside Gardens. Artist Charlie Davidson created an installation of stools that were designed to resemble people walking, a sort of tongue-in-cheek, literal interpretation of the commission.

The stools have been created from a polymer based cement with coloured quartz and marble aggregate, and lit from below.

Charlie Davidson

[ via Contemporist ]

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