Inflatable rabbits are coming to downtown Huntsville.
Arts Huntsville in partnership with Downtown Huntsville and sponsor Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Alabama is bringing the installation to Big Spring Park starting in October. It’s called Intrude and is by Australian artist Amanda Parer.
The installation includes 23 inflatable rabbits all throughout the park. Arts Huntsville executive director Allison Dillon-Jauken says this is the largest temporary art installation to be featured in North Alabama.
Artist Amanda Parer says she created Intrude to show the invasive nature of the rabbits in her home country and say they represent the fairytale animals from childhood.
Intrude will run from October 19th-28th in Big Spring Park East and West. Officials say the public is welcome to interact with the bunnies as long as they’re gentle. They also ask people to share their experience with the installation on social media using the hashtag #intrudeHsv.
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