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MEET & GREET, formerly exhibited in White River State Park, is one of a series of sculptures that artist Leslie (Les) Bruning refers to as “street conservations.” Bruning believes that, in a civil society, we need to talk to each other in an open and friendly way if we are to co-exist peacefully. In this sculpture, the faces come face-to-face with each other as the interactive cranks are manually turned. This artwork demands participation to create the daily activity of facing our
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