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    In - and adjacent to - Newington, Lpool CC.

    It could have been there a while. It's quite a while since I've been up there.


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    thats what i call grafitti

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    Wow ! no, I havn't seen it.

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    It's part of the Liverpool Biennial 2008, called Visible Virals. I thought I saw something in Berry Street (next-door to Kingham House). That Newington one must have appeared recently, as I took a couple of pics around there on the 12th, and didn't notice anything.

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    I guess this is it. It would be ungracious of course to ask about the Biennial's own carbon footprint.

    Urban Spaces

    For their project titled One Year in Liverpool, Stockholm artists collective AAPE are investigating the concept of ‘the average Liverpudlian’ through their life, behaviour and consumer habits. The project takes its basis from statistics, gradually feeding unusual facts into the public realm over the year and inviting people in the city to provide information about themselves. The project will manifest itself in a series of installations that will spread through unexpected locations in the city centre to reveal the bigger picture. AAPE are Amber Morrison, Alexander Kurtlandsky, Peter Genberg and Eric Ericsson.

    The Urban Space Virals project launches in city centre locations in January 2008.


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    I like it if it is warm. And for the agriculture it is quite good too.

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