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The link uses the work of British artist Antony Gormley as an example.

Wiki: ...Gormley's Event Horizon, consisting of 31 life-size and anatomically-correct casts of his body, installed in locations around New York City's Madison Square in 2010. Gormley said of the New York site that:

"Within the condensed environment of Manhattan's topography, the level of tension between the palpable, the perceivable and the imaginable is heightened because of the density and scale of the buildings" and that in this context, the project should "activate the skyline in order to encourage people to look around. In this process of looking and finding, or looking and seeking, one perhaps re-assess one's own position in the world and becomes aware of one's status of embedment.”

Those poor Brazilians.
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How about "People who think they can beat"...?

Dilemma solved, at least with this example. Using "he" when the gender is not specified seems wrong, and using "she" in the same instance seems like a conscious decision to make a small political point. Or I'm overthinking.
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