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H2O: Tropos and Liquid Measure Exhibit at Memorial Hall

Jared Morrison, Experience Congress 2011

Opening officially to the public today at 5:00PM, H2O: Tropos and Liquid Measure is truly a unique experience.

Currently on display in the main lobby (Waterfall), West Gallery (Tropos) and East Gallery (Liquid Measure) at Memorial Hall, this exhibit explores water and conservation through a multimedia presentation of fine art, bottle sculptures, and interactive video displays. Tackling both the societal and environmental impacts of bottled water, the exhibit explores the premise of water as both a basic human right and an absolutely critical natural resource.

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“Tropos” Deanna Musgrave, photographed with permission from the artist.

“Liquid Measure” water bottle display in the East Gallery at Memorial Hall.
Memorial Hall main lobby.
Memorial Hall. The Old Arts Building is also visible at right.

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Photo and video by Jared Morrison


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