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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Mary Miss at White River, Indianapolis

Legendary Environmental Artist Mary Miss's new project to work with the White River in Indianapolis
(text from local newspaper)
More than 100 markers and oversized map pins -- called installations -- from Broad Ripple to White River State Park help viewers understand the river's role in their daily lives and what they can do to preserve it.
The project, called "FLOW: Can You See the River?", was commissioned by the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
It pairs with a three-week White River Watershed Festival to focus on the river and the environment.
Miss, a New York-based artist whose public works address many issues of our time, spent two years developing her project with the help of area scientists, educators and humanists.

posted by MB

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