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CHANGING THE CHANNEL

very autumn for the past five years, the Waller Creek Conservancy has hosted a temporary exhibition of site-specific lighting installations along Austin, Texas’s Waller Creek. The exhibition, known as the Creek Show, has served as a platform for both established and up-and-coming artists and designers, and is something of a showroom for the

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