“The Peace Keeper” Is Recycled Materials on a Reclaimed Parking Spot — Climb on Board

We went to Rome once. One thing that blew our minds was the public art. There's so much of it that some has been reclaimed by the needs of everyday life. You see people taking lunch, for example, sitting on what's left of an ancient fountain or a big sculpture that anywhere else would be surrounded by those little laser-beam things that trip an alarm when you walk through them. Today, pretend you're in Rome with “The Peace Keeper,” an installation in a new outdoor parklet gallery at Fabric8 that's all about reclamation.

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