Forgotten Songs (artwork)

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2, Martin Place, Sydney, Council of the City of Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia

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Description Forgotten Songs (artwork)

Forgotten Songs is a public artwork by Michael Thomas Hill located in Angel Place, Sydney. The installation was part of the 2009 Sydney Laneway Temporary art scheme, afterwards, due to the popularity of the installation, in 2011, the project was turned into a part of the 9 million dollar permanent laneway installations.The Laneway temporary art program ran between 2008 and 2013 with the main goal of laneways activation, innovation stimulation in the city and, in general, injecting new energy int

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