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  • Ryan Sloan

    VERY COOL! my BA is in Public Art - weird - this is great

    • Yasha Wallin

      Nice! Do you have a favorite public art project?

      • Ryan Sloan

        No, not one in particular. I'm a huge fan of what my Professor (then colleague) @ CSUMB, Johanna Poethig has done throughout the country. Traditional murals are great when they inspire people, but being able to work with the architect on a new building to incorporate the art with the construction, rather than paint it on as an after-thought seems to be the best "Form". We also worked together with Salinas Valley State Prison inmates to address what we could (or what we were allowed to) about the prison industrial complex in the Form of backlit city bus stop shelter posters. Those were quite intimate in comparison. How could you not be impressed by the size of work like this … as long as its not an advertisement. I believe it should be 50/50 ads and art - seems fair : )

  • kerrigan.saqqara

    I think Singapore could use something like this too

  • Elliot

    I think Shanghai could use something like this to remind the luckier residents of their less fortunate co-residents...