A new piece of art has been recently installed on the Terry Street side of Patchogue-Medford Library in Patchogue Village.
The sculpture was created by John Cino and titled "Library At Babel."
According to Cino's website, johncino.com, the sculpture is an outdoor, permanent piece that will someday have links across the country.
"The sculpture is based on a short story by Luis Borges in which he posits a nearly infinite library containing all the books that could be written from random combinations of twenty letters and five punctuation marks," the artist's website says of the sculpture on its portfolio page.
Have you seen this sculpture yet? What are your thoughts of it? Talk about it in the comments below this post.