Party with pooches at Lost Dogs’ Disco

Calling all dog lovers! This winter a pack of dogs are moving into the Bunjil Place Plaza to have some fun.

The Lost Dogs’ Disco is a temporary sculpture that celebrates the place of dogs in our lives.

Journey through an immersive installation of 16 dogs, some up to 5.5m tall. Some are curled-up, some are standing, even touching noses and there are four distinct characters, inspired by three dog breeds: Poodles, Bull Terriers and Dachshunds.

As you make your way through the happy pack, the dogs’ coats light up and they greet passersby with happy grunts to celebrate each new person’s arrival; for the Lost Dogs’ Disco is a hallowed place for dogs and every newcomer to the disco is greeted as a fellow disco dog.

The installation features a custom sound design of electronic music that captures the beauty and pathos of a dog’s life including a chorus of barks, growls, howls and all kinds of doggie hullabaloo.

The Lost Dog’ Disco launch will be held on Friday 23 June from 5.30 pm – 7.30 pm and is free. The installation will be open in the Bunjil Place plaza from 24 June to 16 July from 10.00 am – 10.00 pm daily.

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