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This work is part of the façade of the newly-expanded Terrazas Branch Library in East Austin, and references the cultural legacy of this predominantly Hispanic neighborhood, with its resemblance to “papel picado,” a type of torn paper art. Medium: Aqua Jet cut aluminum Photograph by David Omer
Date created: 2005
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