Columbus is now home to two more pieces of public art as two sculptures were installed Thursday as part of the Sculpture Biennial.
Beginning at 5 a.m. and using cranes to lift the large pieces, Taylor Brothers construction workers installed "Flamenco," at the corner of 4th and Washington followed by "It's All about Electricity" on the western side of the Courthouse Plaza.
Installation went smoothly, said Sculpture Biennial curator David Kadlec, and took roughly 45 minutes.
"And now people are waking up to them," he said on Thursday morning. "It feels awesome to start planting these in Columbus."
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