Life-sized Doll’s House in Rundle Mall
To celebrate the Adelaide Festival’s 60th birthday, a life-sized doll’s house has been commissioned in the middle of the city.
Visionary Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi, who has been transforming public spaces in jaw-dropping ways across the world since 2000, presents his life-sized, three-storeyed Doll’s House for your delight and discovery. It has been created only once before, outside the Palais de Tokyo art museum in Paris.
Play & Go’s Tips:
- Please be aware that there are flights of stairs to walk up, (and then down again), to explore all 3 levels.
- The house is not very big and only fits 20 people at a time, so be prepared to wait in line as it’s free and popular.
- Strollers cannot be taken into the house.
Is it about the elevation of the domestic or the deflation of the grandiose? The role of art in public and private life? Ponder as you wander or just have fun playing with this most amazing of toys.
The Doll’s House is free to enter.
- Monday – Thursdays | 9am – 7pm
- Fridays | 9am – 9pm
- Saturdays | 9am – 5pm
- Sundays & Public Holiday | 11am – 5pm
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Adelaide Festival website
What: A Doll’s House | Adelaide Festival
When: Wednesday 26 February – Sunday 15 March 2020
Where: Gawler Place Canopy | Rundle Mall, Adelaide
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Image Source: Adelaide Festival Facebook page
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