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KIDS GO WILD by Gillie & Marc

Across 9 locations in Knightsbridge + King's Road

9: Knightsbridge

Harrods, Brompton Road, London, UK







Kensington and Chelsea Art Week is thrilled to welcome a brand new feature for 2024, our first family friendly trail entitled ‘Kids Go Wild’.


+ Royal Avenue - “They were on a wild ride to a safer place with Rabbitwoman and Dogman” (Large interactive bike installation)
+ Dovehouse Green -“The white rhino was thinking ahead with Dogman’s encouragement” (White rhino, sit and play chess)
+ Kings Road Curve - “The Grévy's zebra was on the move to safer ground with Rabbitwoman and Dogman” (Vespa moped with animals)
+ The Lanesborough - “The giant tortoise and Rabbitwoman loved the sound of the wild” (Giant tortoise)
+ Outside Stepevi / 282 Kings Road - “The Masai giraffe would stick his neck out with Rabbitwoman’s help” (Masai Giraffe)
+ Entrance to Timothy Oulton / Bluebird - “The eastern lowland gorilla only shoots photos with Dogman” (Gorilla and dog)
+ The intersection between Zara and Harrods in Hans Crescent - “The polar bear and Dogman wanted everyone to stay cool” (Polar bear)
+ Outside the Everyman Cinema - “The hippo was hungry to try new things with Rabbitwoman” (Hippo interactive sit at the table)
+ Hans Crescent outside Tube station / EL&N / Harrods - “Dogman and Rabbitwoman sign”

Gillie & Marc's highly coveted sculptures have animated over 250 cities across the world, and this summer their project ‘A Wild Life for Wildlife’ will roam the Brompton Road and King’s Road bringing joy and wonder to all ages, but importantly raise awareness for endangered animals, in partnership with the Zoological Society of London (ZSL).

One of the greatest joys and sources of wonder comes from the most natural place, the wild. Animals, forests, lakes, and all the beautiful treats of planet earth are more exciting and healing than anything we have created. Yet the world is currently experiencing the 6th mass extinction.

More and more beautiful creatures are in trouble. The reasons can be linked back to us, humans. Thousands of the most important animals are facing imminent extinction unless we act now. But with the same joy and love that we get from being in these magical places, we can also heal them.

Taking a seat on a tandem bike in Royal avenue, joining a game of chess or throwing a ball in a pool, encourages families to become a part of the journey with endangered animals. It allows them to learn and understand why each of these species is in trouble.

With QR codes connected with the sculpture, kids and adults will be transported to important information about the different animals’ lives, needs, and threats


All Summer 24/7



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