Dino Chair sculpture

Dino Chair sculpture, public art, Ross Byers, Launceston

Public Art: Dino Chair sculpture

Sculptor: © Ross Byers and artists from Access Arts Link

Description: An enormous yellow painted steel couch.

Date Unveiled: 2010

Location: The enormous dinosaur chair can be found outside the Access Arts Link studio, at Inveresk Railyards, Launceston, Tasmania.

Inscription:

Dino Chair

Artists : Ross Byers & Access Arts Link Crew

Designed by Ross Byers with artists from the Access Arts Link, this sculptural chair was fabricated by Certificate II in engineering students at the Tasmanian Polytechnic

Supported by Engineere Businesss Systems Pty Ltd, QVMAG, Boral, Polytechnic

Funding Launceston Examiner's Smart Commmunities, WDE Booth

Streets Alive- Art Traces In Our Public Space - 24 to 30 August 2010
The Streets Alive Arts Trail highlights artwork that has been made by local artists to engage and stimulate commnity participation in our public spaces. From Inveresk to the city centre, on the streets, in the parks and laneways this trail includes permanent sculptures, knit graffiti, installations, large scale digital images, umbrellas, Braille graffiti, laughter, performance art and more.

www.streetsalive.com.au

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