Indianapolis, Indiana: Ann Dancing: Electronic Go-Go Dancer (In Transition)

Upright outdoor kiosk displays a life-size electronic outline of a 1960s go-go dancer, gyrating non-stop. Named "Suzanne Walking in a Leather Skirt" by artist Julian Opie when it was turned on in 2008, but everyone else called it "Ann Dancing." Turned off May 30, 2019, for repairs.
Northeast edge of downtown, on the northeast corner of E. Vermont St. and Massachusetts Ave. at its intersection with Alabama St.
Turned off May 30, 2019, for repairs.
In Transition

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Electronic Go-Go Dancer

Currently Ann Dancing is not dancing and funds are needed to restore her to her favorite place on Mass Avenue!

[Jennifer Bremer, 06/18/2019]

The outdoor electronic sculpture had danced non-stop for 11 years, far longer than the artist or city anticipated. Some people want her restored, some people say the money -- around $250,000 -- would be better spent supporting local artists.

Go Go Dancer.

Electronic Go-Go Dancer

There is a kiosk at the corner of Alabama St. and Massachusetts Ave. that features an electronic representation of a dancing lady reminiscent of the 1960s go-go dancers. I was told by the owner of a nearby restaurant that she dances 24/7.

[signmanjoe, 11/15/2014]

The go-go gal stands along the "Indianapolis Cultural Trail" (a fancy bike lane that winds its way through downtown). Maybe go-go is a form of Indianapolis culture.

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