Byline: MIKE SAEWITZ firstname.lastname@example.org
SARASOTA -- When the city selected Athena Tacha to produce "Memory Path" for Selby Five Points Park 15 years ago, the artist used the park's triangular shape and unique contours to weave the land and the piece into a "single work of art."
It was exactly the kind of site-specific art that earned Tacha a reputation for creating interactive sculptures that depend on a relationship between the piece, its surroundings and the viewer.
As the years went by, Tacha's piece has grown with the park, becoming such a part of it that people often sleep or sit on the art as if it were a park bench.
But neither Five Points Park nor "Memory Path" has aged well, and the city is considering …