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A public art success - would you credit it?


I refer to Barrie Evans' article on Bennetts Associates' Brighton Jubilee Library (AJ 3.3.05) and particularly to the photograph on page 25, which highlights an impressive art installation forming a focal point behind part of the glazed facade.

The client and architect must be congratulated on dedicating part of the budget towards art in architecture, but I suggest that the artist responsible deserves some recognition in the credits, if not a short description of the piece in the text.

Janet Drabble, LDN Architects This piece, a magnified page of dictionary definitions of 'library', was by Georgia Russell and is called Uncover/Discover. Other artists who worked on the project were Kate Malone and Caroline Barton - Ed

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