Lisa Roet’s ‘Golden Monkey’ in Bejing

Lisa Roet’s Golden Monkey has been installed in Bejing on The Opposite House. This large inflatable monkey measures an impressive 45 ft high and is manufactured out of gold thread.  The installation is designed to inspire thought about our connections with primates exploring similarities, acceptance and peace.

Roet has collaborated with Inflatable Design and Felipe Reynolds and the project was supported by the City of Melbourne Arts Grants Program, The Australian Embassy, Creative Victoria, Asia Link and Australia-China Council. 

Check out the press coverage here: Wallpaper | The Opposite House | Asia Link

Golden Monkey in Bejing

Image: Lisa Roet, Golden Monkey, 2016, mixed media inflatable installation on The Opposite House