色彩斑斕的 "濃縮咖啡 "藝術品在赫里福德展出
參與該項目的Meadow Arts的藝術總監Anne de Charmant補充說："它的設計是為了產生影響，有活力，實際上告訴來到赫里福德的人們，這不是一個無聊的小鎮。
The first of four new pieces of public art has gone on display near Hereford railway station.
Artist Lothar Gotz has created the large mural that has been put up on the side of a nearby block of student accommodation.
Three more artworks will be displayed in the city over the next four years as part of a wider project sharing £22m from the Stronger Towns Fund.
"It's a bit of a present of artwork for people who are probably stuck in their cars on the roundabout," he said.
He said part of the idea behind the artwork was that "it's not clear what it is".
"It's on the wall and people might notice it and it just gives a bit extra to the few minutes in the car," he said.
Anne de Charmant, artistic director at Meadow Arts, which was involved in the project added: "It's designed to have impact and have the zing and actually tell people coming to Hereford, this is not a boring town.
A second piece by Mr Gotz, who has previously been commissioned for projects at the South Bank Centre in London, Leeds Art Gallery and Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne, will go on display before April 2023 at Hereford College of Art.
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