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Leonardo, Natural History Museum on list of 2011's best public-art installations

Published June 20, 2012 7:54 am
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Two Salt Lake City art installations have been selected among the 50 best new public-art works for 2011.

The works were ranked by the Public Art Network, a program of the nonprofit Americans for the Arts.

Brian W. Brush and Yong Ju Lee's "Dynamic Performance of Nature," the LED sine-wave sculpture at the entrance of The Leonardo, was ranked eighth.

Susan Narduli's multimedia installation "Land and Time," which leads from etched concrete sidewalks outside to faceted walls displaying real-time data projections at the entrance of the Natural History Museum of Utah, was ranked 33rd on the list.






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