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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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WAG In The News

Houston Chronicle on Arcade: The colors of a city coming back

Molly Glentzer, Houston Chronicle’s Senior Writer and Critic, Arts & Culture, features “Arcade” by The Color Condition at Discovery Green and Avenida Houston in the ongoing editorial series Art Daybook. Glentzer makes a direct comparison between the elements of the installation to the spirit of Houston post Hurricane Harvey. The article’s tagline summarizes her interpretation:…

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WAG In The News

Curbed Austin: New public art project headed for Pease Park

Curb Austin spotlights an upcoming WAG public art installation at Pease Park Conservancy: Pease Park Conservancy, keepers of Austin’s oldest park and much-beloved public park just west of downtown, will be soon bringing a major new piece of public art to the space. Patrick Dougherty, whose internationally acclaimed Stickwork project now has placed more than 275 distinct…

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