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Interesting that you describe it as 'civic space' David. My instinct (having only been to Tate Modern a few times, and not seen this installation) would have been to describe it as 'public space'. On reflection I think you're probably right, and the two aren't mutually exclusive; but to what degree do you have any sense of ownership or responsibility for that space, I wonder? It feels more like somewhere you have extended permission to experience something, rather than a place that embodies your rights as a citizen.

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