"What stories do we want the art to convey at KCI?" That's one of the questions people can answer in an online survey about public art at the Kansas City International Airport's new $1.5 billion terminal and parking garage, which is still scheduled to open in 2023.
Wednesday, April 08, 2020
Delayed New KCI Airport Pretends To Care About Public Art And Online Surveys
Check the another illusion of democracy for suckers who voted for this increasingly over-budget and long-awaited SMALLER airport that suits the needs of only a few carriers looking to build a local monopoly at the expense of passengers . . . Meanwhile, more important items like concessions and hiring practices are dutifully ignored.