Magical Rabbit Sculptures from Down Under Appear in Boston for a fortnight

Amanda Parer Sculpture

Intrude by Amanda Parer Photo courtesy Ness Vanderburgh.

Boston is experiencing a bold moment for public art due to many long term planning projects coming to fruition and a new political climate that favors the arts. One example is the recent installation by the Australian artist, Amanda Parer. Her five monumental inflatable rabbit sculptures titled “Intrude” appeared in late July at the newly minted outdoor space, called the Lawn on D. Located in South Boston, adjacent to the new Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, this ArtLAB is fast becoming a go to place for pop up cultural life in the heart of the city. Continue reading