Many historic cities have sculptures of animals imbedded in their architecture, whether it be in the form of grotesque gargoyles or impressive lions, bulls and horses perched on the facades of churches, palaces and government buildings. Animals Make Us Human is a sculptural installation consisting of 3 dogs sitting on wooden chairs that are fastened to 3 lampposts. These dogs might suggest city guardians or merely mischievous pets. They are intended to be unexpected, quirky, and surrealistic.
Created by artists Brit Bunkley and Andrea Gardner
Part of Artweek in the City Centre.