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"Basically, by flipping the statue upside down she's emphasized, with a nudge of comic wit, the most important thing about the legend, the 'barefooted-ness'. Instead of memorializing a specific person, she's commemorating their action. She's causing us to focus on the statues' upright feet which are now in the air at a higher more noticeable height. A height of importances. I personally can't wait for the piece to be completed so as to go down and view the piece in place. Kuddos Christy Gast."-anon. [The Barefoot Mailman Comes To Bal Harbour, Upside Down]