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Of all the art installations we have reported over the years, this next has to be one of the oddest but its origin is remarkably mundane. Frustrated patrons, tired of queuing to enter a cinema in Seattle, U.S.A. began to stick their used chewing gum to the theatre’s wall. Initially, cinema staff would clean the wall regularly but gave up in 1999 and the practice proliferated to the point that the Gum Wall has become a tourist attraction. Over time, additions to the wall have become increasingly sophisticated, developing from the odd wad into more elaborate and often symbolic.
But art is not without its price and the wall has been declared the second dirtiest tourist destination on the planet; second only to Ireland’s Blarney Stone, declared the most frequently slobbered over lump of rock known to Mankind.
Surprise ce matin pour quelques usagers de la RATP qui ont pu découvrir une rame de la ligne 8 de métro entièrement recouverte de papier cadeau. Une initiative que n'a pas goûté la RATP qui a immédiatement retiré la rame de la circulation.