(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.
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