Snugbury's Farm in Cheshire, where the community come together every year to make a giant straw structure which stands through the summer.
As part of their 60th anniversary The Southbank Centre invited Pirate Technics to 'transplant' this countryside tradition to London this year. The whole project took over 5 months to complete, see different stages here. The choice couldn't have been more iconic of a contemporary urban debate.
'Pet or pest debates' apart, this is a hugely cute fox. On display at the Southbank Centre until 4th Sept. Don't miss it, it is in every way, unmissable!
See a video of the fox's installation here
All it takes is sixteen riggers, machinists, carpenters and technicians; multiple scissor lifts; 16,000 pounds of sand;dress rehearsals; and five days of work - Does the casual museum visitor seeing an enormous, heavy work of art think about how it got to where it is and how it stays in place? And if he or she does...
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