The Homeland Security Garden at the World Financial Center is a public art project on view from 8/22 - 9/15 by conceptual artist Chang-Jin Lee. It is a collection of items encased in plastic boxes atop an artificial maze which supposedly symbolize safety to the content contributors. The artist has arranged the various objects in rather bizarre combinations - in one box are bottles of spices along side a bottle of 2 cigarettes, in another box, there are various candies, in another a lipstick in the centerfold of a bible. There are no cards explaining why certain items mean "safety" to their contributor. It seems like a collection of things with no real meaning. I was disappointed and could find no significance to the whole exhibit.