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PaperCity Houston December 2021

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anthropologist, and social scientist. Now based in Paris, Kiwanga traveled to the Moody to craft two site-specific installations and a video, works that address geological, environmental, and economic issues. Don't miss the installation Dune, where 50 tons of silica sand allude to the practice of fracking while conjuring up intergalactic planetary associations — is this what life on Mars would look like? (through December 19). Bacteria Blue: Brooklyn- based Marie Heléne Boone takes over the TANK project space at Spring Street Studios at Sawyer Yards in an evolving installation that probes geologic time. Boone employs an alchemical material in her project, the blue pigment Cyanobacteria, which is the earliest known oxygen-producing bacteria (through January 8). Let Andrew McCain help you find your place in the world. Andrew McCain 713.526.4847 andrewmccain@compass. Get to know Andrew... • Broker Associate • Continuous Top Sales Producer • Ranked Five Star Professional • Relocation Specialist • CIPS, Certified International Property Specialist Native Houstonian • Art Collector • Serving on Art Board of Directors • Connoisseur of fine wines to modern architecture Get to know Compass... Scan and view our Neighborhoods Guide where Andrew represents Buyers and Sellers Good Home, Good Living. Compass is a licensed real estate broker. All material is intended for informational purposes only and is compiled from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, condition, sale, or withdrawal without notice. No statement is made as to the accuracy of any description or measurements (including square footage). This is not intended to solicit property already listed. No financial or legal advice provided. Equal #1 Market Share for Listings Sold $500K+ | $1M+ | $2M+ | $4M+ All Price Ranges (Dollar Volume)*

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