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Hyde Park Barracks was constructed between 1817-19 as hosing for convict men and boys. It provided convict lodging until 1848. Today visitors to the building discover the daily lives of convicts and other occupants through exhibitions on Sydney’s male convict labour force, Australia’s convict system, an innovative soundscape, excavated artefacts, exposed layers of building fabric and the complex’s rooms and spaces.

The snails are part of the Art about Sydney exhibition, each one weighs 100kg. and is made from recycled materials.

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Viewed: 2011
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Additional Photos by Chris Chafer (sandpiper) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 767 W: 87 N: 1198] (6788)
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