The Future in Hindi, with a chop saw for scale. Photo: Alicia Eggert

The Future in Hindi, with a chop saw for scale. Photo: Alicia Eggert

With Dallas Aurora approaching fast, Alicia is busy building The Future.

In Texas we are exhibiting not one, not two, but three sculptures! The Future #1 that premiered at TED2015 was focusing on conflicts around the world. The works we are showing in a little over a week illuminate the overall state of peace, death penalty and marriage equality around the world.

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Alicia: “I am so so grateful for my two assistants, Michelle and Brandon, who have been working overtime for me the past few weeks, and to everyone else who's volunteered their time to make The Future a reality. It looks like I might actually get everything done for @dallasaurora next weekend”. Photo: Alicia Eggert

Alicia: “I am so so grateful for my two assistants, Michelle and Brandon, who have been working overtime for me the past few weeks, and to everyone else who's volunteered their time to make The Future a reality. It looks like I might actually get everything done for @dallasaurora next weekend”. Photo: Alicia Eggert

One of three light bulb signs for @dallasaurora, with Brandon and Michelle for scale. You can see it at the AT&T Performing Arts Center in Dallas this weekend. Private tour on Saturday at 7pm. Photo: Alicia Eggert

One of three light bulb signs for @dallasaurora, with Brandon and Michelle for scale. You can see it at the AT&T Performing Arts Center in Dallas this weekend. Private tour on Saturday at 7pm. Photo: Alicia Eggert

Over a mile of wire and counting… Photo: Alicia Eggert

Over a mile of wire and counting… Photo: Alicia Eggert

Electricity is a beautiful thing. Photo: Alicia Eggert

Electricity is a beautiful thing. Photo: Alicia Eggert

The Future is bright. Photo: Alicia Eggert

The Future is bright. Photo: Alicia Eggert

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