|DateOfWork:||1991 - 92|
|Country:||UK - England|
|ImageCopyright:||Sheffield Hallam University|
|Eight lobsters engaged in a square dance, after Lewis Carroll's "Lobster Quadrille", are carved on a piece of slate paving. The words "Will you walk a little faster" from this poem are also appear on the stone.|
Sited in Queen Victoria Square, outside the Game Shop.
'The Seven Seas Fish Pavement' was commissioned for the Hull 1992 Festival by Kingston-upon-Hull City Council.
The sponsors were Seven Seas Ltd. and the project was managed by Humberside Arts.
The lead artist was Gordon Young; with assistance from Martin BELLWOOD, Russell COLEMAN, Ian COOPER and Brian FELL.