As part of the European Capital of Culture Year a programme of art in the public domain has been commisisoned by Liverpool Biennial and the Liverpool Culture Company. Known as Visible Virals, it is a series of socially engaging and playful text works on empty walls all over the city. This is just one of them, to be found on a side wall of a public house in London Road, Liverpool.
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According to the Liverpool Council leader Warren Bradley, and deputy chair of the Liverpool Culture Company, "Visible Virals will create a great talking point around the city, encouraging people to think about the world around them and the impact that they make as individuals." Whether this is the case I do not know but they are quite interesting.
The chair is one of a pair that in itself forms part of the public art realm.
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