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|Title:||Thinking about Talking our way home|
|Citation:||Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia. Broadsheet, 2005; 34(4):216-219|
|Publisher:||Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia Inc.|
|Abstract:||Adelaide’s public art has recently taken an upturn: a series of glass boats now float on the River Torrens! Nearby on the river’s edge, is its land-based component bearing Wittgenstein’s text: “The limits of my language mean the limits of my world”. I bumped into this while out on my daily walk and carried along by a vision of glass boats and Wittgenstein, I overshot my destination. Things must be looking up when public art does that to walkers!|
|Appears in Collections:||History publications|
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