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    (This could be cool... Black hole?) Art League Houston Vortex House

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    Art League Houston Vortex House #art #wall #design

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    Street Art? Installation? Scenography?

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    Art League Houston Vortex House. Officially known as the "Inversion" project it was the work of two Houston sculptors Dan Havel and Dean Ruck who were offered the building to work with for a short period of time prior to its demolition to make way for a new Art League Houston building.

  • RomANikki

    1# - 'Vortex House' was an Art Installation in Montrose, Houston, on a house awaiting demolition. Unfortunately, the house has already been torn down. Art League Houston Vortex House. *Inversion was a 2005 artwork by sculptors Dan Havel and Dean Ruck of Houston Alternative Art.

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