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Homage to the Pedestrian

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In Patrick Zentz's public art piece, Homage to the Pedestrian, the public is as integral a part of the art as the materials in it. Four lanterns are located on the wall between the Boise Centre on the Grove and the U.S. Bank building, and when someone passes nearby, a lovely little symphony of chimes, bells, cymbals and drums is triggered, intended to mirror the sounds of pedestrians, an ever important element in the Boise landscape.

Second place: Alley History

Third place: Grove Street Illuminated

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