Language of the Birds – A Must See Public Artwork in San Francisco!

Curbed.com recently published an article that highlights the public sculpture “Language Of The Birds” as one of the must see spots in San Francisco: ” Paying homage to the North Beach neighborhood’s ethnic and literary roots, this permanent sculpture is a small but meaningful (not to mention eye-catching) installation. A collection of books evoke a flock of birds at the northwest corner of Col
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Video: Artist Brian Goggin Discusses His Creative Process

 SFist author Jack Morse recently wrote an article exploring the scope of sculptural works and creative processes of Brian Goggin. You can read it here: http://sfist.com/2016/12/02/video_artist_brian_goggin_discusses.php  
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KQED’s article on the installation Meghalaya

A wonderful article, written by Cynthia Stone, was published at KQED  about the recent installation of Meghalaya in Sacramento, CA: Meet Brian Goggin, Gatekeeper of Your Impossible Dreams    
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SF Gate Coverage of Illuminate San Francisco Public Art Tours

  SF Gate recently published a wonderful article showcasing Language of the Birds and Caruso’s Dream. Both pieces are a part of the ongoing Illuminate SF Public Light Art Event which is celebrating its third year! http://m.sfgate.com/art/article/Where-the-lights-go-on-in-the-city-a-tour-of-6686708.php#photo-9071929 Illuminate SF Festival of Light: 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 10. Free!. Federal Building, 90 Seven
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Caruso’s Dream and Language of the Birds included in “Illuminate SF Festival of Light”

  “As a center for creativity, innovation and invention, San Francisco has attracted the world’s most notable light artists like, well, moths to a flame. This year, from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, the city’s third annual Illuminate SF Festival of Light shines a light on 27 dramatic, eco-friendly light art installations — accessible by public transit and admission free.” For more information on e
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