Geostationary Banana Over Texas
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Cesar Saez, an Argentinian public artist living in Quebec, Canada, at the time, initially said he planned to create the project using Canadian taxpayer funds. But Saez later stated, "One thing I love is the issue of truth or hoax, and I love the ambiguity."
As of 2010, Saez had accepted the funds and left Canada without producing any tangible results for the two years of payment. However, the plan was still listed as the "current project" on the artist's website as of April 21, 2010. The website no longer exists.
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- "cesarsaez.com". Retrieved Apr 21, 2010. "For current project see web page: Geostationary Banana Over Texas"