This striking bronze sculpture exhibit, titled 'Inner Struggle', is in a former villa car park in Worcester Boulevard opposite the Arts Centre, and was commissioned by the Dyslexia Foundation of New Zealand.
It depicts a young girl reading.
Words fly out of the book in a long stream, floating through the air.
'Whycan'tIgetit whycan'tIremember [...]
Letters and words meld in confusion, and yet the central message is challenging, and something quite new to me:
by Richard Taylor
& Weta Workshop
Well, I didn't intend attempting to reproduce the typesetting, but the idea is what's important: dyslexia is seen as a creative gift rather than a disability.