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WAG Project

moonGARDEN: A little village of the oldest storytelling technique in the world

The oldest form of storytelling meets creativity and technology to create a fantastical evening village that tells stories relevant to the residents of Houston. Welcome to moonGarden by Montreal-based art collective Lucion. The creative team of artists, designers, musicians, filmmakers and screenwriters that’s responsible for more than 350 audiovisual productions, including light installations, architectural projections…

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WAG In The News

Houston Chronicle: Discovery Green will light up briefly with moonGARDEN

Houston Chronicle’s Molly Glentzer, staff arts critic, highlights WAG project moonGARDEN at Discovery Green by Montreal collective Lucion Media. Ranging in size from six to 30 feet in diameter, moonGARDEN features 11 shadow “theaters” that tell the diverse, dynamic story of Houston and Discovery Green, as well as interactive works that allow visitors to become part…

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WAG Project

Q&A with Rebecca Taylor of Daily tous les jours

Rebecca Taylor, art collective Daily tous les jours‘ Product and Environment Designer, gives an in-depth look into the technical workings and inspirations of the park’s new public art installation Hello Trees! A Walking Serenade. This captivating, interactive work is located along the Brown Promenade at Discovery Green and is on view until February 25, 2018….

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WAG In The News

Houston Chronicle on Daily tous les jours: Hello, Trees! turns voices to light and music

Molly Glentzer, Houston Chronicle’s Senior Writer and Critic, Arts & Culture, spotlights one of WAG’s projects at Discovery Green, Downtown Houston’s main green space. The installation, titled “Hello Trees! A Walking Serenade,” is by Montreal collective Daily tous les jours. The creative group is an interaction design studio with a focus on participation – empowering people…

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