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Images of Canberra – Civic public art walking tour Episode 31, Circuitry

By johnboy 28 May 2006 1

On Saturday 08-APR-06 we did the Civic Public Art Walking Tour and lived to tell the tale.

And so, I present to you item # 31, Circuitry, by Fiona Hooton. It is in the Civic Bus Interchange.

Circuitry - by Fiona Hooton

The guide says:

Circuitry is a red tower of interlocking grids
based on a simplified outline of a human
figure. The sculpture symbolises the people,
transport and information that constantly
fill, move though, and empty from the
circulatory system of the city.

Personally I’ve always liked the tron-like little grey guy trying to to escape.

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fro-lishus 10:47 am 29 May 06

For some unkown reason, I’ve always liked this piece.

Something about it appeals to me.

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