Turning Wall

I know this is supposed to be a blog about books but there are a few websites I visit almost every day.  “Wooster Collective” is one of them.  “The Wooster Collective was founded in 2001. This site is dedicated to showcasing and  celebrating ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world.”

That site led me to this video, which I find amazingly wonderful.

I’m not sure where the following quote comes from but it describes the installation.

“The most daring piece of public art ever commissioned in the UK, Turning the Place Over is artist Richard Wilson’s most radical intervention into architecture to date, turning a building in Liverpool’s city centre literally inside out. One of Wilson’s very rare temporary works, Turning the Place Over colonises Cross Keys House, Moorfields. It is on a light sensor and will run during daylight hours.

Co-commissioned by the Liverpool Culture Company and Liverpool Biennial, co-funded by the Northwest Regional Development Agency and The Northern Way, and facilitated by Liverpool Vision, the project is a stunning trailblazer for Liverpool’s Year as European Capital of Culture 2008, and the jewel in the crown of the Culture Company’s public art programme.”

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