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New Project Wall at Artspace

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Senior Audra Brandt created a new work for the H&R Block Artspace Project Wall, "I Cannot Help Eating This," a parody of David Shrigley's previous Project Wall, "You Cannot Help Looking at This."

The Project Wall at the H&R Bloch Artspace at the Kansas City Art Institute is a large scale billboard on the side of the building at 43rd and Walnut. It's a visible site for temporary public art projects by regional and national artists.By Laura Spencer

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Kansas City, MO – The Project Wall at the H&R Bloch Artspace at the Kansas City Art Institute is a large scale billboard on the side of the building at 43rd and Walnut. It's a visible site for temporary public art projects by regional and national artists. And a new edition went on display on May 10, as KCUR's Laura Spencer reports.
Check out photos from the installation here.

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