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Impressionism meets an apocalypse of trash in one of Neiman Marcus' four big windows on Wilshire Boulevard. The Cady Noland-style panorama coalesces into a series of colored light boxes - flickering landscapes and interiors ignited by blasts of light from TV monitors, electronic fixtures and flexible light tubes --cleverly organized masses of man-made debris that preach recycling, saving rain forests and reducing consumption of electricity.
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( Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times )

Impressionism meets an apocalypse of trash in one of Neiman Marcus' four big windows on Wilshire Boulevard. The Cady Noland-style panorama coalesces into a series of colored light boxes - flickering landscapes and interiors ignited by blasts of light from TV monitors, electronic fixtures and flexible light tubes --cleverly organized masses of man-made debris that preach recycling, saving rain forests and reducing consumption of electricity.

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