A HUGE pink face has become the latest temporary sculpture to attract attention in Broad Street.

The art installation, made from hundreds of post-it notes, has gone on display outside the History of Science Museum.

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Passers-by are being asked to sign parts of the face and leave their ideas for how public sculptures around the city can be made more diverse.

It's part of a project by Oxford University that has also seen two female busts installed next to the famous emperor heads that sit on plinths outside the Sheldonian Theatre.

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Following controversy surrounding the statue of Cecil Rhodes at Oriel College in High Street, the university is asking for ideas about how artwork can be made more representative.