By so doing he looks carefully into how the art intersects with real life and how artists are working hard to re-imagine this intersection to make a community inclusive art, rather than an outcast kind of art.
These public artworks mean that they have a certain influence on how the public experiences, thus public art is the central concern for the artists. As Tom Finkelpearl suggests, public art is in its efforts to be both personal and abstract, does not include dead images; it instead names them (Finkelpearl). Naming is the norm for many memorials, for example the AIDS memorial quilt that began in California, the biggest art in the world today. Public art gives a visually impressive and monumental ambition, to an almost legendary character but that are just spectacles in performance. Nearly all people see public art but most of them are only able to identify the works through recorded documents or photographs.
Tom Finkelpearl (Finkelpearl)says there is a possibility within this relatively work of art to have opportunities to explore the contemporary world through its many multifold and become a recognized and credible discipline in fine