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Local architect David Parker and Shelley Smith, installing lettering on a city building, check out City Hall from a new perspective, through a temporary art installation by the Los Angeles artist team Stereo-bot. The six circular shapes installed last week are covered with textiles in a combination of vivid colors, creating a kaleidoscope effect.
Local architect David Parker and Shelley Smith, installing lettering on a city building, check out City Hall from a new perspective, through a temporary art installation by the Los Angeles artist team Stereo-bot. The six circular shapes installed last week are covered with textiles in a combination of vivid colors, creating a kaleidoscope effect.

 

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  1. Renting art seems like a good way to waste $26,000+ of taxpayers dollars. In Detroit they got a corporate sponsorship to cover the costs.

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