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  • Hop to it, these bunnies won't be inflated forever

    Watch a time lapse of the sun setting behind artist Amanda Parer's exhibition 'Intrude' on display on the Park Ellipse Lawn at the NC Museum of Art through November 6. The free 10-day exhibition features five giant inflated rabbits.

Watch a time lapse of the sun setting behind artist Amanda Parer's exhibition 'Intrude' on display on the Park Ellipse Lawn at the NC Museum of Art through November 6. The free 10-day exhibition features five giant inflated rabbits. Jill Knight jhknight@newsobserver.com
Watch a time lapse of the sun setting behind artist Amanda Parer's exhibition 'Intrude' on display on the Park Ellipse Lawn at the NC Museum of Art through November 6. The free 10-day exhibition features five giant inflated rabbits. Jill Knight jhknight@newsobserver.com

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