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Can public art policy deliver common sense?

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The Town Council has received $120,000 over three years to develop an arts and cultural policy and fund a program of works, but would policy have ensured visibility for this piece of public art, asks KIERAN FINNANE.

 

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From a distance, it looks like a row of softdrink dispensing machines, but up close it is revealed in all its glory as a heavy-handed piece of signage. Taking its cue from the Big Banana and the like, it's a row of Big Books, there to hit you over the head with the fact that this is a public library. KIERAN FINNANE comments. 

 

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