Love The Last March


Permanent Exhibition (Selected Artworks; Hippo and Philippine Crocodile Only)
Gardens By The Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
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Permanent Exhibition (Selected Artworks; Giant Panda Only)
Singapore Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
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Past Exhibition (18 May 2023 - 18 May 2024)

Gardens By The Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
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Tapanuli Orangutan Whale Shark Brown Spider Monkey Jaguar Giant Galapagos Tortoise Western Lowland Gorilla




The wild natural world is an exciting and magical place. It is filled with the most astounding beauty, fantastic adaptations, and charismatic creatures. People are always astonished by the planet which they had the privilege to call home, travelling to see incredible landscapes and remarkable creatures. But so often we forget to treat the earth with the respect and reverence that it deserves and this has had dire consequences.

We are currently experiencing the sixth mass extinction, and it’s happening because we are exploiting this beautiful and vibrant world in our obsession for more. In January 2020, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) listed 203 critically endangered mammalian species, including 31 which were tagged as possibly extinct. Every day, more animals, insects, and plant life are pushed closer to the threat of extinction with many already pushed over the edge. It is happening at an alarming rate as we as humans take over and transform the animal kingdom from one that is wild to one that is tame.

The thought of all this destruction can seem paralysing. But it shouldn’t be. It should be mobilising. We are the ones who changed the face of the earth but we also have the power to change it back. And it’s quite simple. We must restore biodiversity and stability to the world which is the very thing that we’ve been removing in our mission to control the world. We must re-wild the world.

Over the past 5 years, internationally renowned public artists, Gillie and Marc have been on a mission to save the world’s most endangered species from extinction. Through their global project Love The Last, they have been sharing the stories of animals to people all around the world, creating awareness and raising funds to change the fate of these animals before it’s too late. They have begun a movement to elevate the cause of conservation in the public mind and inspire action.

To make this count, every single person needs to join the movement, the movement of re-wilding. We must take up this cause with love and passion, spreading the flame as far as possible to make a better tomorrow together. Now, the public can join in on a great march for animals, for the environment, and for ourselves, in the great re-wild march.

We must all become advocates for the wild world. We must protect not only species of animals, but entire habitats, entire ecosystems. We must be mindful of how we are living and learn to once again live sustainably, “to move from being apart from nature, to becoming a part of nature once again.” It is only then that we will be able to change the course of the planet, moving from one of utter disaster to one of regeneration and balance.

Inspired by the witness statement and latest documentary by David Attenborough, this sculpture is on a mission to re-wild the world. For such a big and important issue there needs to be a big messenger. Therefore, this public sculpture experience will be the largest bronze sculpture in the world at 192 meters in length, the next largest being the Statue of Unity’ at 182 meters.

It will also be the most important public sculpture experience ever created, living up to its colossal size in its value to all of humanity. Depicting the greatest animal march on the planet, it will feature 45 of the world’s most endangered species led by a gorilla, one of our closest relatives, marching together to save the animal kingdom by re-wilding the world.

At the front of the march will be a great eastern lowland gorilla, the head of his family who will do anything to protect them. He reaches out his hand, inviting the public to take hold and join him as he marches to protect his wild family. Holding on to him will be a chimp and the rest of the animals will link together in a single procession.

Each of the individual sculptures will be based on real animals that Gillie and Marc have photographed and sketched over the years, bringing as accurate an image of each of the animals as possible. The public will be able to move through the procession, getting up close and personal with many different animals they perhaps would never have had the chance to see in real life. To make it even more interactive, each animal will have a plaque with a story about the animal. On the plaque will be a QR code which will take the public to a webpage filled with information about the species and the threats it faces to educate the public on some of the world’s most endangered species.

But the part that transforms this from public sculpture to a complete experience is the addition of augmented reality. As people approach the sculpture it will come to life with a 3D animated version of the animals springing from the bronze, making it seem as if they are really there. This will be an opportunity for the public like no other, an opportunity to experience what it is like to meet the wild. This public sculpture experience is both a celebration and a call for action. It asks the public to join them in the march, celebrating the beautiful diversity of the planet. But to be a part of the march means so much more. It means taking up the torch to save the world and ultimately save ourselves.

Gillie and Marc’s highly coveted public artworks can be found worldwide including in New York, London, Singapore, Shanghai, and Sydney. They are Archibald Prize finalists, won the Chianciano Biennale in Italy, took out the Allens People’s Choice Award in 2016 and 2018 and Kids’ Choice Award in the 2016 Sculpture by the Sea and received the Bayside Arts Festival People's Choice Award in 2019 in Sydney.

The husband-and-wife duo are on a mission to make art for a better tomorrow. They are best known for their beloved characters, Rabbitwoman and Dogman, who tell the autobiographical tale of two opposites coming together as best friends and soul mates.

Gillie and Marc are also passionate eco-warriors and have dedicated their lives to protecting nature.

Gillie grew up with the wildlife in Zambia and Marc studied chimpanzees in Tanzania as a young man. Over time, the artists developed a deep appreciation for all living things and a desire to preserve the magnificence of the natural world. 

Through their art, Gillie and Marc aim to transform passive audiences into passionate advocates for animal conservation. Their mission is to use their work as a platform to continue spreading awareness about endangerment, which will ultimately lead to change and save species from extinction.

Their art has raised hundreds of thousands in donations for the many wildlife charities and causes they support through their project Love The Last.

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WWF is one of the world’s largest and most respected independent conservation organisations. WWF’s mission is to stop the degradation of the earth’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. As one of WWF’s international hubs, WWF-Singapore supports a global network spanning over 100 countries. We work to meet key conservation goals, such as deforestation, haze pollution, food security, sustainable finance, sustainable consumption and illegal wildlife trade.

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