Proud Little Pyramid is the work of artist and designer Adam Nathaniel Furman. The mood-boosting installation kicks off a six-month residency for Adam at Kings Cross, bringing camp, colour and creativity to the area as the capital bursts back to life.
Proud Little Pyramid is a joyful celebration of the arrival of summer and of our shared coming back out to enjoy the city, as well as a monumental personal ode by the artist to the site in which it sits.
The pyramid, with its large area of seating to meet and mingle, its hyper-ornamented elevations and cute emoji-glifs, is intended to bring an alternative perspective of local histories right into the present, with all the strength and saturated vivaciousness of a viral Tik-Tok video. It is camp and queer, proud and subversive, fun and accessible. A celebration of being odd, loud, mixed, in-between, and fabulous.