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An 8-person tent, reflective Mylar and colorful lights fill one of the rooms in the old bank building as part of local public art troupe Cloud Preaser’s latest project. The troupe turned an old bank into an art funhouse installation at the southeast corner of Kirkwood Avenue and College Avenue. The installation used more than 500 balloons, 1250 pounds of sand, 1000 feet of reflective Mylar, a 20-foot-tall inflatable man and a giant bank vault door. Anu Kumar

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An 8-person tent, reflective Mylar and colorful lights fill one of the rooms in the old bank building as part of local public art troupe Cloud Preaser’s latest project. The troupe turned an old bank into an art funhouse installation at the southeast corner of Kirkwood Avenue and College Avenue. The installation used more than 500 balloons, 1250 pounds of sand, 1000 feet of reflective Mylar, a 20-foot-tall inflatable man and a giant bank vault door.

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