‘Glitched’ Plymouth ‘Carbon Copy’ Stands in Edmonton Brewery District

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“Carbon Copy” is a “glitch sculpture,” a piece of public art in a Canadian parking lot that manipulates a a 1988 Plymouth Caravelle K-car. The sculpture comes from duo Caitlind r.c. Brown and Wayne Garrett, who were commissioned to create the piece for the Edmonton Brewery District.

The pair have been collaborating since 2011. “Using mass-produced objects as a reference to cities as an immeasurable quantity of materials, people, and situations, Caitlind & Wayne evoke the possibility of renewed understanding through a critical shift in perspective,” a statement says. “Beautiful, subversive, playful, and radically inclusive, their work emphasizes transformation above all else.”

See more of the duo’s work below.

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