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A toilet looking suspiciously like public art

By 9 August 2012 6

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From our lofty eyrie we’ve been wondering what’s going on with the newishly installed Exeloo Titan in the bus interchange.

Territory and Municipal Services keep making apologetic noises about not being able to get back to us on what they’re doing and yet no answer arrives.

This morning it looks a lot like public art:

public art

I’m sure someone will have something funny to say.

UPDATE 09/08/12 09:49: TAMS have now replied:

The advice I have been given by Economic Development Directorate is that the works on the toilet block are the installation of stainless steel artwork panel. The second interchange toilet to the north of the photo, on the corner of Mort and Rudd Streets, had its cladding installed last week.

The works should be finished by the weekend with the toilet operating again by early next week.

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6 Responses to A toilet looking suspiciously like public art
#1
PantsMan9:57 am, 09 Aug 12

If one were drunk one could suspect that one could merely uninate on the outside of the said block.

#2
johnboy10:00 am, 09 Aug 12

Maybe it’s to shield the facility from just such attention?

#3
bundah10:28 am, 09 Aug 12

Well that’s one way of avoiding getting booked for parking in the interchange!

#4
EvanJames1:08 pm, 09 Aug 12

Makes a change from public art looking suspiciously like toilets.

#5
bd841:00 am, 10 Aug 12

EvanJames said :

Makes a change from public art looking suspiciously like toilets.

I thought all public artworks were toilets? Must stop pissing on them then..

#6
PantsMan10:09 am, 10 Aug 12

ACT GovCo’s public art rollout looking increasingly like Hitler’s invasion of the Rhineland me thinks.

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